- May 20, 2008
SAP needs another 30,000 IT professionals to manage its product line, but as the company ramps up a new university program, businesses will need to get creative.
- May 16, 2008
When it comes to SAP, everyone wants to know which skills are hot and which are not. Check out this Special Report to learn more about the hottest SAP skills.
- May 15, 2008
SearchSAP.com got the chance to speak with Steve Strout, ASUG's first full-time CEO, at Sapphire 2008 in Orlando. He gave us some insight on the current state of ASUG and the happenings of the conference floor.
- May 07, 2008
SAP said it added nearly 200 new customers to its new Enterprise Support offering, just as Rimini Street said it will add SAP products to its third-party support alternative.
- May 07, 2008
Business networks and collaboration are the new competitive differentiators, SAP's co-CEOs said. Newly planned BPM tools will help users get there.
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- May 06, 2008
Business Objects CEO Johnathan Schwarz explains why business intelligence for businesspeople is finally viable.
- 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.
- May 04, 2008
This SAP Sapphire 2008 special feature compiles content from SAP's annual user conference in one convenient location.
- April 30, 2008
SAP is scaling back development of Business ByDesign, its ERP application for the midmarket, postponing its targets 12 to 18 months.
- April 30, 2008
Next week's Sapphire conference promises plenty of news on Business Objects, upgrades and SAP executives, says the CEO of ASUG in this podcast.
- April 28, 2008
Rami Branitzky, managing director of SAP Labs North America, offers a look into SAP's Silicon Valley operations.
- April 18, 2008
Oracle will amend its lawsuit against SAP, charging that SAP executives were aware of the practices of its TomorrowNow subsidiary. SAP countered that Oracle is using court papers "as press releases."
- April 11, 2008
SAP isn't in the virtualization market, but one executive says there's an opportunity to integrate virtualization technology more closely with general application and business functions.
- April 01, 2008
Find out why TELUS was not among what Gartner calls the "significant number of customers [who] have complained about Cognos 8 support issues and poor query performance."
- March 31, 2008
Career expert Jon Reed talks with two SAP staffing professionals about how to market one's skills and prepare for a possible economic downturn.