SAP S/4HANA is an intelligent, integrated ERP system that runs
on our in-memory database, SAP HANA.


What can SAP S/4 HANA do for your company?
Address industry-specific requirements with proven best practices for 26 verticals and enable new business models as your marketplace evolves
Revolutionize business processes with intelligent automation — supported by artificial intelligence and robotic process automation
Make better decisions faster with embedded analytics, a conversational interface, and digital assistants
Meet your IT landscape goals with hybrid, cloud, and on-premise scenarios that share a consistent data model, code line, and user experience

Simplify asset operations and maintenance
Maximize asset value, control risks, and help ensure safety with a holistic view of asset status to plan maintenance activities with the right person, tools, resources, and integrated documentation.
Manage environmental, health, and safety risks
Execute tasks in critical environments with a complete view of compliance and safety measures, so you can identify risks and regulations, define priorities, implement controls, and track incidents.

Maintain service agreements
Provide a single contract for all outcome-based services and reduce administrative burden by consolidating and maintaining task lists, catalogues, maintenance plans, and warranty information.
Provide customer-oriented services
Engage with customers across a multitude of channels to offer packaged service offerings; manage complaints, claims, returns, and refunds; and schedule and dispatch field services to fulfill service orders.

Streamline service parts management
Optimize parts logistics and inventory processes with real-time visibility across all supply locations to source service parts globally and ensure their availability.
Streamline Core HR and payroll processes
Integrate employee master data, organizational data, and cost-center-related information from the SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central solution to speed reorganizations and other end-to-end processes.

SAP S/4HANA for contract, lease, and real estate management

Real estate objects management

  • Access a dual view of master data, with an architectural view and a usage view
  • Create and manage all types of real estate objects, including business entity, land, building, rental unit, rental space, and rental room objects

Contract management

  • Manage all contracts related to your real estate portfolio, including lease-in, lease-out, customer, and vendor contracts
  • Assign any number of rental objects from different business entities, buildings, or company codes to any one contract
  • Compliant with government regulations around lease accounting RS 16, ASC 842 and GASB 87

Space optimization

  • Account for unusual architectural structures, usage considerations, and technical amenities and features
  • Define spaces flexibly and rent them, extracting them from a larger available space
  • Represent your real estate objects visually via data exchange with external graphic systems

Centralized business processes

  • Integrate asset management postings and reports; real estate controlling; and planning and controlling of new building developments, maintenance, and modernization projects
  • Manage purchase order processing and commitments for real estate maintenance

Streamline operations with SAP Intelligent Real Estate

SAP S/4HANA for contract, lease, and real estate management and SAP Cloud for Real Estate for SAP Intelligent Real Estate, a flexible property management software that serves the corporate and commercial real estate market

  • Manage building master data centrally in the cloud to optimize portfolio performance and occupant experience
  • Streamline end-to-end real estate business processes through native integration with SAP S/4HANA and other connected applications
  • Facilitate sustainable property portfolio management, driving greater efficiencies with the help of strategic analytics capabilities

Companies who might need this SAP module:

  • Airports
  • Banks, insurance companies and financial institutions
  • Oil & gas upstream, downstream and transportation
  • Utility companies
  • Leasing companies
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Marketing companies
  • Public services
  • Real estate management companies
  • Retail companies
  • Agricultural companies
  • Telecom companies
  • Transport services like railways, airlines, shipping companies