March 18, 2010  1:58 PM

SaaS scores lower than on-premise in business benefits



Posted by: Mperkins
erp, SaaS, SAP implementation

Panorama Consulting just came out with its annual ERP report. Not surprisingly, when it comes to timing and costs, traditional on-premise ERP implementations are taking a back seat to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and hosted/on-demand offerings. SaaS is implemented in less time (11.6 months) and...


November 5, 2008  5:11 PM

What SAP is doing right



Posted by: JackDanahy
abap, erp, partners

SearchSAP.com site expert Axel Angeli recently leveled some criticism against SAP’s leadership and technical direction. This week he offers some support of SAP’s policies. There are areas in which SAP is making positive progress, mainly in the embedding of communities and in...


November 3, 2008  10:31 AM

How can SAP get back on track?



Posted by: JackDanahy
abap, erp, SAP, soa


October 29, 2008  12:07 PM

SAP: What went wrong? Blame marketing, NetWeaver



Posted by: JackDanahy
abap, erp, netweaver, SAP, service, soa, trend, upgrade


August 26, 2008  10:33 AM

SAP implementation/upgrade tips



Posted by: JackDanahy
career, erp, SAP, TechEd, training


March 26, 2008  9:41 AM

SAP’s Korean R&D center



Posted by: JackDanahy
Business Objects, erp, service

SAP will establish an R&D center in Seoul, South Korea, according to Korea.net. The deal, brokered by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), will see SAP hire 53 employees and invest $21 million over the coming three years. SAP Korea will be...


March 13, 2008  10:22 AM

Microsoft targets SAP



Posted by: JackDanahy
CRM, duet, dynamics, erp

The inherent tension in the Microsoft-SAP alliance was spelled out by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer during his keynote at yesterday's Convergence 2008 event: "SAP is sometimes a collaborator, sometimes competition." Competition is the aspect of the relationship that is coming to the forefront right...


March 11, 2008  10:08 AM

Process manufacturers: A guide to ERP functionality



Posted by: JackDanahy
CRM, erp, SAP, srm

A new report from Aberdeen Research discovered that best-in-class process manufacturers tend to take specific approaches to their ERP strategy by deploying:

  • ERP that provides integrated order entry, procurement, planning and production, and financial management.
  • CRM, logistics,...


August 8, 2007  5:28 PM

SAP PLM on the rise



Posted by: JackDanahy
erp, plm, SAP, trend

SAP PLM (product lifecycle management) is emerging as a growth area in the enterprise in general. This is hardly a surprise, seeing how innovation is becoming the key competitive factor in the global marketplace. That means ERP vendors like SAP, Oracle, IFS and others have to stay on the ball to...


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