SAP Cloud ERP
- March 05, 2018
SAP Cloud Platform is now available as a consumption-based model, an alternative to the subscription model. SAP also updated the SCP SDK for iOS and released two new apps.
- December 08, 2009
SAP outlined their product roadmap for 2010, with on-demand and in-memory computing leading the way.
- October 21, 2009
Interested in SAP Business ByDesign? SAP's Rainer Zinow recently showed the SaaS-based ERP system's capabilities with a short demo. Check out that demo here.
- July 15, 2009
SAP claims its on-demand ERP is available now, to the right type of customer, but it needs to iron out end-to-end process scenarios.
- July 14, 2009
Google, BusinessWire and MapQuest mashups will be available for the few dozen users SAP has released Business ByDesign to.
- April 30, 2008
SAP is scaling back development of Business ByDesign, its ERP application for the midmarket, postponing its targets 12 to 18 months.
- October 30, 2007
MindWorks, one of SAP Business ByDesign's early customers, appreciates the product's features and pricing but says it still has room for improvement.
- September 21, 2007
SAP Business ByDesign beats existing on-premise vendors, but to win against true SaaS providers it needs usability and pricing improvements, analysts say.
- September 19, 2007
SAP Business ByDesign is the new codename for SAP's on-demand ERP product for the midmarket.
- September 13, 2007
It is too early to tell how A1S will affect the SAP consulting market, but there are indicators that can help SAP consultants anticipate where new jobs will be.
- August 28, 2007
A1S, SAP's pending Software as a Service offering for smaller organizations, will require market education and flexibility if it is to be successful, according to Forrester Research.
- 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.
- January 26, 2007
SAP continued its midmarket push this week, announcing a new SOA-based product with on-demand pricing.