- February 02, 2011
Three years after it launched Duet, the two software companies have announced a retooled version that allows users to access SAP applications through Microsoft’s SharePoint.
- January 10, 2011
Now that 2011 is here, SAP analysts share their thoughts on what they see coming this year, from acquisitions to the future of Business ByDesign.
- November 24, 2010
One year after discouraging users from using it for mission-critical projects, Gartner now says SAP NetWeaver PI is on solid footing.
- November 18, 2009
Microsoft announces it will support SAP's BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation finance application, as the SAP enterprise performance management (EPM) product is optimized for growing Microsoft Office and SQL Server user bases.
- February 11, 2009
Alloy may sound like Duet, but analysts think the IBM-SAP collaboration holds more promise than the SAP-Microsoft one.
- July 31, 2008
No one liked working in SAP at the Auckland Regional Council in New Zealand, its IT director said. Duet changed all that.
- October 12, 2006
IBM executives say SAP customers can get more integration features with Lotus Notes at a cheaper price than they can with SAP Duet.
- August 15, 2006
Duet, the jointly developed SAP-Microsoft product formerly known as "Mendocino," is unveiled. Get the basic information you need to know about it here.
- August 01, 2006
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission purchased 1,100 licenses of Duet, which links SAP back-end systems with Microsoft front-end Office products, as part of a two-year, $58 million system overhaul and mySAP Business Suite implementation.
- May 22, 2006
Attendees at the SAP Sapphire user conference are generally pleased with the direction SAP executives are steering the company. Some customers see Duet and composite applications in their future.
- May 03, 2006
New CRM capabilities will be added to Duet, but cost continues to be unclear and customers must upgrade to the latest version of SAP to use the software.
- May 02, 2006
Microsoft and SAP are unveiling the jointly developed Mendocino project as Duet and went live with Duet.com to explain the details.
- June 06, 2005
Mendocino integrates some SAP processes into Microsoft's Office suite. The initial product has many opportunities and some drawbacks, according to analysts.