SAP All in One
- February 13, 2012
SAP is rolling out high-speed analytics applications for small and midsize businesses.
- March 14, 2011
Companies running SAP ERP at the corporate level that are considering running a second ERP instance at the subsidiary level are not alone, according to a new report.
- December 28, 2010
SAP is introducing a new package designed to make it easier to interface with and manage All-in-One applications.
- January 06, 2009
Joerns Healthcare and Saladino's, which both selected SAP Business All-in-One, share what to watch out for when choosing midmarket ERP software.
- October 30, 2008
SAP yesterday rolled out a program to help SMBs with financing and new software packages for enterprise customers.
- March 04, 2008
SAP and Intel have teamed up to offer SAP All-in-One on Intel Xeon-based systems using SUSE Linux and SAP's MaxDB database.
- December 03, 2007
New Era ditched PeopleSoft in favor of SAP All-in-One to improve its interaction with customers and become more global.
- September 19, 2007
SAP Business ByDesign is the new codename for SAP's on-demand ERP product for the midmarket.
- August 09, 2007
SAP All-in-One will offer 60 new best practices and recently secured its 10,000th customer.
- July 26, 2007
When implementing SAP, it is important to concentrate on more than the technology issues if your project is going to be successful.
- July 18, 2007
With SAP set to introduce A1S in 2008, speculation continues as to whether it will compete with the company's other midmarket offerings.
- May 29, 2007
Steve Strout, incoming president for ASUG, offers advice from his company's SAP ERP 2005 upgrade, gives his thoughts about the Duet roadmap and appliance, and provides an update on ASUG news.
- April 17, 2007
A medical supplies company replaced Sage with SAP All-in-One mid-project, costing itself two months, but still finished on time and on budget.
- January 17, 2007
SAP's All-in-One release is the latest example of the company's midmarket push.
- September 19, 2006
Boston-based Au Bon Pain is ripping out its financial legacy systems and replacing them with SAP as part of a modernization project.