- 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.
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- 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.
- November 07, 2007
One of ASUG's primary goals is to improve SAP's product offerings through user feedback. This SearchSAP.com podcast looks at how it's done.
- November 06, 2007
Business rules management products have improved greatly in the past five years and demand is growing, leading some analysts to speculate that market consolidation is coming.
- November 01, 2007
This SearchSAP.com podcast looks at the changing role of business process experts, the skills that are required, and how to use SAP's BPX community to keep up.
- October 30, 2007
HP is expanding its SAP upgrade and SAP installation management services program, seeking to capitalize on a growing need for SAP skills.
- 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.
- October 25, 2007
SAP projects are complex, especially for large organizations. In this podcast, MassMutual's director for SAP NetWeaver administration offers tips and tricks from his TechEd 2007 presentation.
- October 24, 2007
Ever heard of an SAP Certified Master? That's just one of the terms that are on the rise, according to SearchSAP.com site expert Jon Reed.
- October 23, 2007
SAP TechEd 2007 introduced new technologies and terms to SAP users. In this guest column, SearchSAP.com site expert Jon Reed looks at the terms that will be important for SAP consultants in the future, and those that are going by the wayside.
- October 17, 2007
SAP plans to buy Yasu Technologies, a business rules management vendor.