SAP support and maintenance
- February 01, 2006
SAP executives said Tuesday they plan to hire additional personnel to support its new premium support package.
- January 31, 2006
Some customers see the benefits of SAP's new support package. The expanded options could stave off a rush to third party support providers, according to industry experts.
- January 30, 2006
SAP's new "premium" level support fills a gap between standard support and its high end services.
- February 09, 2005
Enterprises using NetWeaver for the first time are finding some customized components can result in performance issues. SAP is working with Mercury Interactive Corp. to catch problems before they're put into full production.
- October 25, 2004
SAP users sound off on support and documentation. They also have high marks for SAP as a key business partner and technology leader.
- August 19, 2004
SAP is issuing a warning to customers not to provide implementation data to telephone callers identifying themselves as SAP support staff.
- March 18, 2004
In a day full of announcements, SAP rolled out a bold new maintenance calendar and introduced the latest edition of its integration platform.
- September 26, 2003
IT pros attending this week's SearchSAP.com user conference have concerns and questions about SAP technology, upgrade and support plans. Does SAP have answers for them?
- September 17, 2003
SearchSAP.com site expert Jon Reed offers a short to-do list for programmers who want to stay safe when outsourcing trends threaten their jobs.
- April 28, 2003
SAP is quietly doing a few things on the licensing front that one Gartner analyst thinks users should be aware of.
- January 16, 2003
SAP announced its new NetWeaver WebServices platform this morning in New York.
- November 12, 2002
Some users said SAP could do a better job with documentation and support. In fact, some said navigating their way through SAP support is often more confusing than the code that caused them to reach out for help in the first place.
- March 15, 2002
SAP is selling a new support product and Genesys and SAP are jointly selling an adapter for mySAP Customer Relationship Management.
- December 21, 2001
SAP, IBM and Hewlett-Packard are supporting UDDII4J, an open source Java class library, and Niku Corp. has made its services relationship management software compatible with SAP.
- November 30, 2001
BMC Software has a new management offering for SAP data archiving products and Network Appliance has developed a new product for implementing Linux servers with SAP software.