- March 13, 2012
Canada’s version of Amazon.com opted for SAP’s Extended Warehouse Management system even though that meant giving up on some functionality, and having to make the system more retail-friendly.
- March 12, 2012
One of SAP’s customers has turned to third-party support and used the savings to fund new projects it vitally needs.
- March 09, 2012
When Canada’s largest book retailer decided to ditch its troubled warehouse management system, it decided to go with SAP Extended Warehouse Management over best of breed vendors, even though it meant significant customization.
- March 07, 2012
When it came time to mobilize its CRM service application, Shred-it chose Sky Technologies, a niche mobility vendor that specializes in SAP applications.
- February 24, 2012
Businesses looking to deploy SAP HANA and in-memory technology should plan on building the necessary skills in-house as soon as possible to avoid racking up consulting fees, experts say.
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- February 22, 2012
Just months after SAP purchased SuccessFactors, the company is shedding light on what its new human capital management roadmap will look like.
- February 13, 2012
SAP is rolling out high-speed analytics applications for small and midsize businesses.
- February 06, 2012
Companies can better weather tough economic times by taking take full advantage of features within SAP order management, from Biller Direct to SAP Collections Management.
- February 03, 2012
With the clock ticking on the end of SAP R/3 support and maintenance, the pace of customers upgrading to SAP ECC 6.0 is picking up, according to a survey of SearchSAP.com readers.
- January 30, 2012
SAP Service Desk was a weak, late entrant to the market, according to one expert, who says that’s slowly changing due to enhancements in the latest version of Solution Manager 7.1.
- January 25, 2012
Find out how SAP business processes and monitoring automation can affect SAP system performance.
- January 23, 2012
Some customers are pushing SAP to consider alternative pricing models as a way to cut costs, such as basing licenses on consumption. SAP says it’s given some thought to the idea.
- January 16, 2012
Learn what to consider for server, CPU and server architectures to ensure optimal SAP system performance. Find out what to avoid and how the cloud fits into the landscape.
- January 12, 2012
SAP customers are going into the new year hoping for a few changes from SAP. Some called for better SAP support; others say altered contract language and licensing are important.
- January 10, 2012
Experts share advice on how companies can make their SAP ERP Financials reporting more efficient.