NetWeaver should remove a considerable amount of the integration and version management burden that IT must currently cope with. But that business process-centric model will take some time to develop, both in terms of what SAP can offer and what most businesses can absorb. So in the initial years I would expect that, with respect to SAP functionality, the organization of IT will be largely similar to what it is like today.
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