What does it cost to implement SAP GRC Access Controls?
The basic answer is that it will depend on the licence structure you have with SAP
- Software is basically dependent on Revenue & structure of your individual licence agreement with SAP.
- Hardware is dependent on whether you install on your current system, or use this as a pilot development on a new Netweaver environment.
- Consulting costs are generally provided on daily rate, though this is variable depending on length of project.
Please contact your SAP Account manager to get the right SAP Sales person for your area to provide the software costs. For further information on GRC consulting costs please contact us.
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