If your organization uses third-party applications or business analytics platforms to access data held in your SAP environment, you’re right to be worried about the potential cost of indirect access.  

Identify and manage the financial risks associated with full access to the latest research from Gartner1, which explores:

• Contractual negotiation
• Assessing the value of existing third party interfaces to the business
• Using SAP strategic products to offset risk

Don’t sleepwalk into unexpected SAP costs, resolve your SAP indirect access risks today. 


1Gartner. Customers Must Resolve SAP Indirect Access Risk When Investing in SAP Functionality, April 2017

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