At Sapphire, I had the chance to speak with Rob Enslin, SAP's new North American president. We got onto the topic of the small and medium-sized enterprise market, where
Business ByDesign, SAP's on-demand ERP, didn't get too much play at Sapphire this year. With the product still under construction, there wasn't too much to announce.
The big problem seems to be delivering on-demand software in a "profitable" way. This
Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe picked up the evening keynote at SAP Sapphire with a theme similar to Tuesday morning's address -- we're out here for you. To that end, the executives named pieces of software or products a company could buy now to have an almost immediate impact on...
"Does Chuck Phillips really get it?" That's how SAP's Bill Wohl, who wanted to chat about SAP's new Enterprise Support agreement, opened up a conversation with me Wednesday. He was...
The newest versions of CRM, SCM, SRM and PLM --- all acronyms now flanked with the number 7 -- are all available for purchase or upgrade, SAP announced today.
Along with ERP 6.0, they collectively make-up