Indirect Access is an issue that CIOs simply cannot afford to ignore as it can expose both old and new SAP customers to substantial incremental fees. Indirect Access violations can occur when a user or third-party application creates, manipulates, or views data in the SAP systems via an interface between a third-party application and SAP.
Unfortunately, the lack of clarity around SAP’s definition of “use” makes preventing and avoiding out-of-compliance fees a challenge. While SAP touted the Digital Access model as a more transparent and predictable alternative to the Indirect Access model, it too has its challenges and, in some cases, customers are better served remaining on the Indirect Access model.
This white paper provides:
- Examples of what SAP considers use by way of Indirect Access/Digital Access
- A deep dive into the key challenges of the Digital Access model and the Digital Access Adoption Program (DAAP)
- A side-by-side comparison of the Indirect Access and Digital Access models to help you determine the best model for your situation
- How to take an SAP audit head on
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