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Thursday, May 31, 2012

SAP Owner of the Global CRM Software Market

SAP on 29th may 2012 announced it has been named the overall market share leader in the worldwide customer relationship management (CRM) market. According to the Gartner, Inc. report, “Market Share Snapshot: CRM Software, 2011,” SAP remained No. 1 with 19.3 percent of the total CRM market based on revenue for 2011, reflecting a 16.3 percent growth compared to 2010.

New Wave of SAP HANA Apps

SAP has announced eight new applications built on the SAP HANA platform. These solutions deliver new business value with advanced reporting, analysis, and planning capabilities.

The apps are divided up into four categories:

1.Next-generation planning applications, 
2.Applications that empower sales and marketing users with real-time capabilities, 
3.Applications that take advantage of “Big Data” in the banking industry and 
4.Applications that drive greater visibility and stronger performance across the business network.

SAP Apps for iPhone and iPad

If you haven't taken a look inside Apple’s App Store recently, then you're missing out. SAP updates its mobile software and releases new offerings on a regular basis.


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Monday, May 28, 2012

The Beauty of SAP Business ByDesign

For companies that want the benefits of a large-scale business management solution without the large-scale effort, SAP Business ByDesign is the perfect solution, especially for growing midsize companies. As a cloud-based solution, it is easy to access via Web browsers and mobile devices, and customers can focus on their business, not on IT. All the system management, monitoring, and maintaining is done by SAP experts in world-class data centers. SAP Business ByDesign customers can start with some basic business functions, get instant value, and add more functionality as they grow. 

As people nowadays are getting more and more used to handling software on desktops, tablets, and smartphones, with SAP Business ByDesign we designed a product that delights users by allowing them to work exactly as they expect. User experience and incorporating user feedback in the development of the product were important right from the start. 

According to Andreas Hauser (VP User Experience OnDemand), the key design principles of ByDesign were to offer a product that was "easy to use, easy to learn, and easy to adapt":  

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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Clickz : Annual General Meeting

Members of the board of German business software giant SAP (L-R) Gerhard Oswald, co-chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe, supervisory board chairman Hasso Plattner, Werner Brandt, Vishal Sikka and co-chairman Bill McDermott pose in front of their company's logo during the annual general meeting of SAP on May 23, 2012 in Mannheim, western Germany. 

SAP said on May 22, 2012 it was acquiring US cloud-based e-commerce firm Ariba for $4.3 billion in a move boosting its arsenal against arch-rival Oracle.

SAP mobile platform : 6 Million Developers and Counting

Since partnering with three major mobile app development companies, SAP has radically expanded its developer community. It’s all part of the plan for the SAP mobile platform.

In April of this year, SAP announced its partnership with three major mobile app development companies: Sencha, Appcelerator, and PhoneGap (acquired by Adobe last year). At the same time, the software company laid out its plans to acquire Syclo, the leading provider of apps for enterprise asset management and field services. More recently, SAP introduced some important new features to SAP Store, enabling customers to purchase mobile enterprise apps online for the first time.
Let’s take a look at these new developments within the broader context of SAP’s mobile platform strategy:
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SAP’s On-Demand Software at a Glance

From SAP Business Objects BI On Demand to SAP Sales On Demand – we give you an overview of SAP’s on-demand product portfolio.

Nowadays, companies that want to use business applications no longer need a separate server room or an IT administrator. Everyday solutions and even office programs can now be operated through an Internet browser. The applications are hosted on external servers in data centers off company premises.

There are now even on-demand versions of SAP ERP, SAP CRM, and SAP BI. The advantage is that companies don’t have to invest in an expensive IT infrastructure. And they don’t have to worry about hosting or maintenance.

The on-demand applications meet all the common security standards and certificates, such as ISAE 3402 reports and ISO/IEC 27001.

Despite the move that SAP and many other companies are making toward on-demand software, we are still only at the first stages of cloud computing. This fact is clearly illustrated in the following SCN blog entry by Richard Hirsch. Hirsch analyzes the effects that cloud computing has on the Internet of Things and dares to predict what machine-to-machine communication could look like in the near future.
In this article, however, we’ll stick to SAP’s on-demand applications. On the following pages, we’ll take a look at:
  • SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand
  • SAP Business ByDesign
  • SAP Carbon Impact OnDemand
  • SAP StreamWork
  • SAP Sales OnDemand
  • SAP Sourcing OnDemand
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Thursday, May 24, 2012

SAP to buy Ariba, enterprise value $4.3 billion

 Expanding SAP's presence in cloud with e-commerce vendor purchase

SAP AG said it would buy smaller software maker Ariba Inc for $45 a share, representing an enterprise value of about $4.3 billion, the latest in a string of acquisitions to help fuel revenue growth at the German technology company.

Ariba shares were about up about 19.2 percent to $44.88 on Nasdaq on Tuesday. Ariba shares had been halted prior to the announcement.

Ariba's platform focuses on business-to-business commerce transactions. It makes a natural fit with SAP's "broad customer base and deep business process expertise," SAP said in a statement.

Ariba's network will grow to more than 1 million companies this year, SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott said during a conference call with media and analysts. "The growth opportunity in this arena is huge," he said.
SAP plans to keep Ariba's system open to other platforms, allowing customers to tap it from "any source system," according to McDermott. "All those companies that are not using SAP need not worry," he said.
Ariba's trading network and procurement applications would also complement SAP's cloud-based ERP (enterprise resource planning) suite Business ByDesign, as well as the Business One application for smaller companies, McDermott said.

Online trading networks like Ariba's "take the guesswork out of finding the best business partner" and make those interactions more efficient, SAP co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe said during the call.

SAP plans to utilize both the Crossgate and Ariba technology platforms, Snabe said, although he didn't provide specifics. It also plans to bring its HANA in-memory database into Ariba's technology stack, as well as analytics. The latter combination will help customers better understand their spending and supplier relations, according to Snabe.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

India has a hand in all SAP innovations

India is a market that has enormous choices when it comes to the cloud, believes Bill McDermott, co-CEO, SAP AG.

"You have a hybrid environment where you could have a private could or you could bring innovation in to a public cloud. So what we want to do is give customers a choice and India is a market that likes choice," he said, while elaborating on SAP's initiatives in the cloud in India. He also said that India contributes in a big way to all innovations in SAP.
McDermott was speaking in an exclusive interview to TOI at the company's annual global business technology event, Sapphire Now, in Orlando, Florida.


What is your emerging market strategy?

I believe the emerging markets have emerged. In India where we have huge development centers and are doing lots of innovation, we are expanding with the ecosystem partners and creating a great business network. What we are doing today is capitalising on our great brand, the breadth and depth of our customer installed base and the net new customers we are gaining in the mature ones, while planting the seeds and building strong large workforces in business networks in the ' emerging markets'.

SAP has one of its biggest R&D units in India. What are some of the major products/ solutions that have come out of these labs?

The way we kind of develop is that we rapidly deploy assets around the world in different developments centers at different times. So India has got a hand in all the new innovations. India has a hand in mobility, a hand in HANA, there is obviously a hand in cloud because lots of things that we are doing now by Business By Design is an example of products/solutions being done in India.

What are SAP's initiatives in the cloud, in India?

Business By Design for mid-size enterprises and for subsidiaries of big companies -- that's available in India in the cloud. Business One solutions in the cloud is also available in India. Then you have a hybrid environment where you could have a private could or you could bring innovation in to a public cloud. So what we want to do is give customers a choice and India is a market that likes choice.

Organisations, particularly in India, remain wary of moving business-critical applications like ERP to the cloud. How are you addressing that? If a customer doesn't have the incentive or the desire to move an ERP instillation to the cloud, then they shouldn't. But there is some economics that they may be able to gain by moving their installed base into let's say a private cloud, where they can virtualise the hardware and can create some economies of scale with what they have already invested in.

How much more affordable would the cloud solutions be, compared to traditional licensed products?

Overall cloud is not necessarily always cheaper - especially in the long term. With cloud the big advantage is the ease of consumption. The problem with cost has never been the license itself, it's been on the implementation. The big idea is to take hardware out of the equation, take unnecessary services out of the equation and run your business in a far more lean manner.

How is HANA (your in-memory computing solution) doing in India? And what potential does it have in the Indian market considering the volume game is in the SME space?

If there is a market that's more opportune for big data or HANA than India I haven't seen it yet. We think that we can move big data into HANA into main memory and completely change the game. It would be at a different cost model, a different speed model, and a different service model. So the first thing we have to do is change people's minds that HANA is real and it can change the game. This year we plan on having a couple of thousand customers up and running on HANA. India would certainly have its fair share percentage of that. I'm saying: if we are going to do a couple of thousand installs around the world, I think India alone could have 2,000 HANAs.

Mobility is a big focus for everyone. What steps have SAP taken to make its solutions accessible on mobile devices in India?
I think there is plenty of room and I'm not completely convinced that India has gotten the memo that SAP is the number one mobile business software company in the world. What's fascinating about the Indian market is even if the market were growing at a rate of 10,000% year-on-year, that wouldn't even keep up with true market potential. That's how big the mobile market is in India.

It's been two and a half years since SAP put in place a co-CEO model. Can you share your experience and is this model sustainable? Some Indian companies have experimented with the model but have met with no success.

There are a couple of reason why it works well at SAP. One is we have had a culture of co-CEOs since the founding of the company. We respect the idea of balance of power. It's healthy. Jim Hagemann Snabe, my fellow co-CEO, focuses more on the technology side, while I focus more on the customer and market side. Not that the domains are exclusive, it's just that it's our priority areas. Besides, we are in two different continents, which means we are covering more area for the company. Finally as it relates to vision and strategy of the company we are completely aligned and we have a passion for this company. I think the fun of it comes from the trust and the fact that we really think that two is better than one. Two hands are better than one, two feet are better than one, two sets of eyes are better than one. 

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Monday, May 21, 2012

Putting the Action in Transaction

SAP HANA's ability to crunch massive amounts of data for analytics is well known, if not legendary. But what about the promise of it running transactions?

The day before his keynote at SAPPHIRE NOW, Hasso Plattner met with 10 start-up companies that had taken part in a development marathon creating applications that run on SAP HANA. He asked them how it went. The answer? It was the easiest experience with SAP they ever had.

Just as it was meant to be. “If we want to change your systems on the fly, we have to have a level of quality we have never had in any previous component of SAP,” he said. Customers don’t have the six months or longer to optimize the system until it is ready for cutover, Hasso continued. It has to work 100 percent from the start.

On the keynote stage the following day, the SAP co-founder and Supervisory Board Chairman addressed the larger SAPPHIRE NOW audience, walking them through how the in-memory offering is turning its foothold in the industry into a full-out stomp as the technology and ecosystem around SAP HANA matures.

You down with OLTP?

The 10,000 to 100,000 speed multiples – though never failing to impress – are old news when it comes to SAP HANA. Customers have experienced speed on the analytical side of their business, squeezing the life out of response times and enabling a new ad-hoc, operational way of working with massive amounts of data.

But what about the promised transactional side of SAP HANA? What good is a state-of-the art in-memory database that supports both online analytical processing (OLAP) and online transactional processing (OLTP) if there are no transactional applications that can run on it?

Well, there are. SAP Business One, for example, is a transactional application that runs entirely on the in-memory database, and it’s a good example of what the future holds for OLTP from SAP.

A demo during Hasso’s keynote presented a scenario in which this solution for small businesses calls on the full gamut of SAP HANA’s capabilities. A sales manager can use free-text search, analytics, and transactions to find, analyze, and initiate an order process – all in a matter of seconds and running on a system as small as a Mac mini.

But it’s not just small businesses that can take advantage of SAP HANA’s OLTP capabilities. The real deal is coming later this year when SAP ERP is slated to run on it.

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How SAP HANA Is Disrupting and Delighting the Market

Vishal Sikka's keynote at SAPPHIRE NOW showed just how quickly SAP's in-memory technology is disrupting the market - without disrupting customers' business.

“She’s not even a year old yet,” said Vishal Sikka as he set up his update on SAP HANA. Yet SAP’s flagship in-memory offering tallies 353 customers, 145 implementations, and more than 56,000 end users – equating to €200 million in revenue, “the fastest growing product we have ever seen in our history,” he noted.

Since going into general availability in June of 2011, SAP HANA has also rallied seven hardware partners and 2,000 trained professionals to its cause. Within SAP, teams have been churning out SAP HANA-enabled and SAP HANA-optimized applications for various industries and lines of business – 33 in all at the time of Vishal’s keynote on day three of SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando.

Just before he took the stage, SAP issued a press release announcing eight new applications powered by SAP HANA with advanced reporting, analysis, and planning capabilities.

Many more such applications and innovations are in the pipeline, as SAP applies its “aggressive and non disruptive renewal to everything we have and do,” as Vishal described it.

“Stunning” adoption

SAP HANA is powering more than applications. It is powering companies’ entire platforms. Vishal highlighted just several customers and how they are deploying SAP HANA and deriving business value from it nearly instantaneously.

One of the most recent companies to indulge in SAP HANA is Suning. The China-based retailer, with 1,800 stores and 180,000 employees, had built a centralized retail system and then implemented SAP HANA in just two weeks to gain insight into its inventory. On day one after go-live, Suning experienced performance gains of 10 to 1,000 times.

T-Mobile went live with SAP HANA last year, and it has allowed them to track promotions and the effect they these promotions were having on customer buying behavior in real time.

Customers have been enjoying SAP HANA’s reliability as well. Colgate Palmolive has been live with SAP HANA since October 2011. Not once has the U.S.-based consumer products giant bumped up against unplanned downtime.

Adobe, too, first dabbled in and then doubled up on SAP HANA, planning to run their entire customer engagement infrastructure on SAP HANA. And the list goes on.

SAP HANA at its best

So where are customers like these seeing the value? Vishal explained four types of business requirements to which SAP HANA can be best applied.

SAP HANA shines when it’s given the task of taking on complex, interactive questions. It’s also in it’s element when it deals with large amounts of data. Of course, delivering data in real-time is SAP HANA’s forte, as well. And finally, the in-memory offering is incredibly apt at working with data that has not be prefabricated or for which no pre-aggregates have been created.

Vishal asked members of the audience to consider the activities in their business that match these four characteristics. SAP HANA delivers value starting with just one of these requirements, but really comes into its own when it is tasked with taking on two or more. “There is no other system out there that can take on these problems as well as SAP HANA can,” he said.

SAP HANA takes on the analytical and the transactional; structured and unstructured. These capabilities are enabled by its three-stage architecture consisting of a row-oriented buffer that enables high frequency, high volume inserts and a column-oriented main store that enables the “unbelievable” analytical performance as well as the transactional processing of as many as 770,000 records per second in a 40-core machine.

As hardware partners HP, IBM, Fujitsu, and Cisco kick out the 8- and 16-node units required to run SAP HANA, an increasing number of businesses are opting for the quick boost offered from SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse powered by SAP HANA. They are hitting response times of 300 – 500 milliseconds for queries on 100 billion records. With this performance, BW powered by SAP HANA will enable businesses to derive valuable information from sensor data, social data, point of sale data, RFID, and host of other sources.

In accordance with SAP’s vow for renewal, SAP HANA allows significant simplification of the end-user experience – not just in the use of the applications, but as Vishal said, “in every aspect of interacting with SAP. And as SAP continues to enhance the offering, it will do so non-disruptively.

Value for developers

SAP isn’t just taking care of its customers, though. The company is equipping and emboldening its growing developer community with several new resources, including sandbox SAP  HANA systems on the Amazon cloud, free click through SAP HANA developer licenses, innovation-jam events around the world, and mobile sandbox systems.

SAP has also been nurturing its cloud-based java platform, SAP NetWeaver NEO, which allows developers to build extension on SAP HANA applications. With the platform, they can build, deploy, manage, and administer extension applications securely for on-premise applications, SuccessFactors cloud applications, or other cloud applications.

Together, SAP, customers, partners, and developers are further enabling informed businesses and informed consumers – indeed, Vishal said, they are rapidly advancing “an informed society.”

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MphasiS Wins Quality Accreditation

SAP partner MphasiS recently received Active Quality Management partner accreditation after demonstrating alignment with quality principles for successful project management.

MphasiS, a Global Systems Integrator and  SAP Services partner , achieved SAP’s Active Quality Management partner accreditation for its demonstrated commitment to clear quality standards and processes in its SAP customer projects.  The accreditation, available through the SAP Partner Service Delivery – Partner Quality Hub, is a result of a series of rigorous audits that involved a detailed review of MphasiS’s quality processes, adherence to SAP ASAP methodology, and its capacity to align with SAP’s 10 Quality Principles for successful project management.

As a result of MphasiS’s collaboration with SAP through the AQM program, MphasiS is confident that customers can look forward to predictable SAP implementations that aim to mitigate project risk and maximize benefits, while delivering on time and within budget. Gopinathan Padmanabhan, Executive Vice President of Global Delivery at MphasiS, says, “By using SAP quality principles, we can help ensure that our customers achieve smooth implementations as we anticipate benefits as measured against business requirements. This accreditation reaffirms the work we do to enable effective implementation of business processes using SAP solutions and to fulfill requirements to the highest standard.”

MphasiS’s SAP Practice end-to-end consulting for SAP implementations, upgrades and comprehensive Application Management Services for its clients, and providing leading edge SAP Qualified Rapid Deployment Solutions in Finance and Human Capital Management areas. MphasiS solution offerings can be found on SAP EcoHub as well.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Deliance - Now SAP Certified Partner

Must Your SAP Development take such a long time??

Good News to all..

Deliance AppOS is now SAP certified

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Three Tenets of a Best Run Business

On day one of SAPPHIRE NOW, three customers joined co-CEO Bill McDermott onstage to explain what they need to win: speed, simplicity, and personalization.

“If you’re between the ages of 18 and 24, you’re more likely to have a mobile phone than a job,” said Bill McDermott in the opening of his keynote at SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando. In his fast fact, the SAP co-CEO hit on two important realities in the business world: the pervasiveness of mobile technologies, as well as the economic challenges both businesses and people are facing.

Throughout his keynote, held in front of around 22,000 attendees and thousands more following online, McDermott made reference to how trends in technology can help businesses run better and improve people’s lives in a still delicate world economy.

“We can take society’s experience to a new level, a higher level of wellbeing,” he said. “You are addressing the world’s larger problems,” he addressed customers in the audience, “by using technology to lower healthcare costs, reshaping education, reinvigorating job markets and manufacturing, and reengineering social welfare programs so they can work again. It starts right here, right now, at SAPPHIRE NOW.”

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Solving “Unsolvable” Problems

On day two of SAPPHIRE NOW, Co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe appealed to customers to create a more sustainable future. SAP will help them do it.

Tracking the progress of technology over SAP’s 40-year history is a humbling retrospective. The year of the company’s founding, 1972, was also the last year the Apollo program sent a human to the moon. The guidance system in that spacecraft consisted of a computer with 32 kilobytes of main memory, approximately half of what one would find in today’s musical birthday cards.

SAP was in business several years before it could acquire its first computer. The unit was a colossal Siemens mainframe, with two megabytes of main memory, the average size of an e-mail attachment today.

“Who would have imagined in 1972,” Jim Hagemann Snabe asked, “that 40 years later you would be able to hold in a phone a multi-core computer with more than 64 gigabytes of main memory, a GPS navigation system, a high definition camera, a video conferencing system, and an electronic wallet in one device that fits in your pocket …without changing the size of your pocket.”

The next 40 years will host even more extreme developments, Hagemann Snabe showed, with the world’s population going from seven to nine billion people by 2052. In China, an estimated 250 million people will move from rural areas into cities. Urban areas will increase by one million square kilometers, an area roughly the size of France, Germany, and Spain combined. The 60-plus population will triple, and for the first time in history outnumber children.

These changes will have massive ramifications for business and society and present great challenges. “Imagine the impact this has on healthcare, on housing, on labor, on pensions, on taxation,” Hagemann Snabe said. There’s also the strain on the earth’s natural resources to consider.

But the future is not set in stone, Hagemann Snabe argued, and SAP believes it can help customers and society to rise to the challenges to come. Technology will continue to progress, providing the base for innovation that plays a major role in creating a more sustainable future. “The choices we make today have a significant impact on the tomorrow we create,” Hagemann Snabe said.

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SAP HANA Essentials: New E-Book Released

On the occasion of SAPPHIRE NOW, SAP has launched “SAP HANA Essentials,” an e-book that explains the SAP HANA solution in a style for a general audience.

When it comes to real-time results, SAP doesn’t just talk the talk. The software company has also chosen to publish its new e-book, “SAP HANA Essentials”, in real time. What does that mean exactly? The book, released on May 14, 2012, initially contains three chapters on SAP HANA, including SAP HANA Overview, SAP HANA Hardware, and SAP HANA Implementation Projects. More chapters will be added throughout the year.

“This new approach to publishing allows our team to update content frequently and add links to additional content, so that information is always up to date. With ‘SAP HANA Essentials’, we’re making the publishing and learning process faster, better and less expensive,” says Jeffrey Word, vice president, Database & Technology, SAP.

The book is available for download on a range of mobile devices, from iPads and iPhones to Kindles and Barnes&Noble Nooks.

Source : Wins Award for Best Web Magazine

Victory! SAP and the Munich-based agency grasundsterne received top honors for their submission of for the German Prize for Online Communication 2012.


This year, the award committee received approximately 400 applications for 29 categories, from which they selected 100 projects for the shortlist. made the cut for the category Web Magazine, along with submissions from BMW, Siemens, Bayer, and Metro.

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Lars Unveils Cloud Strategy to Customers

On day two of SAPPHIRE NOW, the head of SAP's Cloud unit, Lars Dalgaard, could at last share the company's cloud strategy with customers.

SAP Executive Board member and head of its cloud business unit stated the bold intentions succinctly: “Bring the biggest business apps provider in the world completely into the cloud.” His exuberance was matched only by his confidence: “We are completely ready.” SuccessFactors has brought incredible productivity gains for its customers pre-acquisition. The recently formed Cloud business unit, led by Lars, serves more than 17 million users. Now it looks to serve millions more.

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Monday, May 14, 2012

Today Live Online SAPPHIRE NOW from Orlando

Tune in to watch the live keynote from SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott. Also watch SAP executives and industry leaders discuss cutting-edge business and technology topics from 13 live channels.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Run Like Never Before


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Predict the future by inventing it.

 Three keys to profitable banking

  1. Tailored products

  2. Streamlined processes and 

  3. Fact-based decision

    Run Better in the Banking Industry: Overview Video

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

McDermott: "Best Year ever for SAP"

In an interview with Bloomberg TV SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott says that SAP is not affected by the European debt crisis. SAP has tremendous growth almost everywhere around the world. Even for 2012 the company gives a very aggressive forecast. With regards to Europe he asks to align monetary and fiscal policy and get on with it.


Mr. Jim Hagemann Snabe visited the SAP Labs in Bangalore, India last month. 

Namaste SAP Labs India! Jim Hagemann Snabe visited the SAP Labs in Bangalore. His sustainability tour of the campus was an inspiring experience for SAP's co-CEO.

So April - Snabe & May -  Bill?????
Mr.Bill McDermott Welcomes you always to India... :)

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

SAP Business ByDesign for Large Enterprises

With feature pack 3.5, large enterprises can also use the SAP Business ByDesign solution.


SAP Business ByDesign is like a “mini SAP Business Suite” for the midmarket. It covers the most important business processes that run in small companies. These include financials, marketing, sales, services, human resources, manufacturing, planning and control of the supply chain, strategic and operational purchasing, and compliance.
SAP Business ByDesign comes in the form of software as a service (SaaS). The application is not installed on a company computer, but is hosted on external servers. Users work with SAP Business ByDesign through their Internet browser. Depending on its needs, the company can hire additional modules and new functions. In addition, the customer decides on what contract validity period best suits the company and when the licenses should expire.

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Monday, May 7, 2012


A preview of the highlights at the upcoming SAP technology conference in Orlando

It’s coming up again soon: Between May 14 and 16, SAPPHIRE NOW will be held in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Traditionally, the English-speaking SAP user group ASUG also uses the event to meet up – and this year is no exception. As at every SAPPHIRE NOW, the three days will be filled with numerous keynotes, demo sessions, and panel discussions. What’s more, over 240 exhibitors and SAP partners will be presenting their new products.

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Expecting the Unexpected from SAP

SAP helps thousands of companies around the world run better. Behind the software is a talented team of individuals. Find out what drives SAP employees to run at their best.


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Friday, May 4, 2012


|Orange County Convention Center | Orlando, Florida | 

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