SAP trends strategy and ERP market share
- July 21, 2008
TomorrowNow customers will go back to Oracle.
- July 18, 2008
A lack of passwords had kept thousands of Business Objects customers from accessing a new support portal.
- July 15, 2008
SAP's largest user group, ASUG, today introduced a website to match organizations with the right SAP consultants or firms for their projects.
- July 08, 2008
SAP is setting itself apart from its competitors by collaborating on development with customers and partners at a special lab in California.
- June 26, 2008
Oracle, in a recent court filing, estimates that SAP owes it at least $1 billion for copyright infringement in its TomorrowNow lawsuit
- June 17, 2008
NetSuite this week released a new on-demand ERP offering for manufacturers, pitting itself against Business ByDesign. But will it actually hurt SAP?
- June 10, 2008
SAP and Oracle failed to reach a lawsuit settlement in their first mediation session, but SAP hopes Oracle wants to talk more out of court.
- May 29, 2008
A recent Gartner report says SAP's GRC suite is missing a reporting component, but SAP claims it's actually one step ahead.
- May 15, 2008
SearchSAP.com got the chance to speak with Steve Strout, ASUG's first full-time CEO, at Sapphire 2008 in Orlando. He gave us some insight on the current state of ASUG and the happenings of the conference floor.
- May 07, 2008
SAP said it added nearly 200 new customers to its new Enterprise Support offering, just as Rimini Street said it will add SAP products to its third-party support alternative.
- May 05, 2008
Bank of America explained at a Sapphire conference session how to select an ERP vendor with maximum diligence and risk management built in.
- May 04, 2008
This SAP Sapphire 2008 special feature compiles content from SAP's annual user conference in one convenient location.
- April 30, 2008
Next week's Sapphire conference promises plenty of news on Business Objects, upgrades and SAP executives, says the CEO of ASUG in this podcast.
- April 28, 2008
Rami Branitzky, managing director of SAP Labs North America, offers a look into SAP's Silicon Valley operations.
- April 18, 2008
Oracle will amend its lawsuit against SAP, charging that SAP executives were aware of the practices of its TomorrowNow subsidiary. SAP countered that Oracle is using court papers "as press releases."