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Quick Takes: SAP R/3 for engineers, construction

Intelligroup has unveiled its SAP R/3 product for the construction and engineering businesses and CreoScitex is using SAP's customer relationship management software.

Intelligroup updates SAP R/3 product

Intelligroup Inc., Edison, N.J., a technology solutions and services company, has launched its E&C Express, Intelligroup's enhanced SAP R/3 product for the engineering and construction industry focused on contractors. It engineering and construction companies to improve operational efficiency and to control project schedules, and track and manage the costs and resources associated with construction projects, the company said.

CreoScitex goes for SAP CRM

CreoScitex, Vancouver, British Columbia, a division of Creo Products Inc., will use the newest version of mySAP Customer Relationship Management across its network of more than 30 offices. CreoScitex develops digital imaging products for the digital prepress and printing markets. The implementation will link the entire company, including three manufacturing sites, five global distribution centers and more than 30 offices in 27 countries.

SAPMarkets offers services through NTE

SAPMarkets Inc., Palo Alto., Calif., the exchange company of the SAP group, is offering customers the ability to procure and manage transportation services through NTE, an e-transportation provider in Downers Grove, Ill. This will provide integrated transportation services to private and public exchanges running on MarketSet, a joint product SAPMarkets and Commerce One Inc., the companies said. NTE has created an XML-based interface to automate communication and process flows between a shipper and an exchange, the companies said.

SAP offers free services to terrorist victims

SAP is offering free consulting services to companies which need help restoring information technology infrastructures damaged in the terrorists attacks in New York City and Washington. The free services are offered to commercial and noncommercial organizations regardless of whether they are customers of SAP. The software group is also donating $3 million to support individuals harmed by the tragedy as well as the families of victims.

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