SAP case studies
- 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.
- January 03, 2008
It was only after traveling to Europe to visit multiple customers that Wawa chose SAP for Retail over competition from Oracle and Retek.
- November 29, 2007
Shortly after Hampton, Va., chose Pilot Software's performance management product, Pilot was acquired by SAP. After much thought, the city stuck with SAP.
- July 31, 2007
Harrods obtained measurable return on investment (ROI) by consolidating its legacy back-end systems on SAP.
- July 24, 2007
Kenneth Cole chose SAP for Retail in late 2005. It developed a careful and thorough blueprint for deploying the technology.
- June 12, 2007
Aquarion Water cut its SAP implementation time from five years to two using a big bang approach.
- February 15, 2007
Community Coffee was ramping up its SAP implementation when disaster struck. The project succeeded despite an unwelcome visit from Hurricane Katrina.
- January 16, 2007
SAP Transactionware General Merchandise is one of the SAP products that Jo-Ann Stores will implement in the next five years.
- January 09, 2007
Fulton County Schools turned to SAP and Ciber Enterprise Solutions to replace its aging systems after a detailed RFP process.
- December 12, 2006
Wanting to augment its Siebel system and facing a patch issue, one firm turned for support to SAP-owned TomorrowNow rather than to Oracle.
- November 01, 2006
When Houston, the fourth largest U.S. city, replaced a legacy system with mySAP ERP, a unique project management structure made its implementation a success.
- September 28, 2006
Consumer electronics and post production studio, Thomson, overcame employee resistance when it deployed SAP xRPM for better oversight of its research and development operations.
- 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.
- August 22, 2006
SAP's latest customer is one of the first U.S.-based retailers with no manufacturing operation, signaling SAP's rise in the industry, according to analysts.
- July 06, 2006
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