- January 08, 2008
ASUG has its work cut out for it in 2008 with all of SAP's 2007 acquisitions and new products.
- 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.
- January 02, 2008
Data modeling is not a new concept, but trends such as SOA and business process modeling (BPM) have highlighted its importance once again.
- December 19, 2007
As 2007 comes to a close, SearchSAP.com looks back at the Top 5 SAP stories of the year, including SAP's Business Objects buy and the TomorrowNow lawsuit.
- December 18, 2007
As 2007 comes to a close, SearchSAP.com looks back at the Top 10 SAP stories of the year, including Duet's momentum and the battle for BI.
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- December 13, 2007
Seth Ravin, CEO of third-party support provider Rimini Street, discussed the market for third-party support and whether his company had interest in TomorrowNow.
- December 10, 2007
Northern California Public Broadcasting had no visibility into budget and fundraising trends until it implemented SAP Business Planning and Consolidation.
- December 06, 2007
SAP's midmarket strategy, and its three products aimed at the space, has generated plenty of questions. At its Influencer Summit, SAP provided some answers.
- December 03, 2007
New Era ditched PeopleSoft in favor of SAP All-in-One to improve its interaction with customers and become more global.
- 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.
- November 27, 2007
SAP, Oracle and IBM all made business intelligence (BI) acquisitions recently. Forrester Research's Paul Hamerman discusses what it means for SAP customers.
- November 19, 2007
TomorrowNow's CEO resigned today and SAP says it's considering selling the third-party support provider.
- November 15, 2007
With Java and global outsourcing becoming more prevalent, what does the future look like for ABAP developers?
- November 14, 2007
SAP's many products and small acquisitions have led to confusion among some customers as to which SAP SRM modules to purchase; one analyst had some suggestions.
- November 08, 2007
Large companies such as HP and EDS increasing their SAP focus is a boon to SAP customers, but it could leave independent consultants out in the cold.