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1. SAP's Evolution
As you'd expect of an ERP juggernaut, SAP continues to evolve as the technology landscape changes. At a recent conference Charlie Bess of the Enterprise Irregulars viewed some of their recently developed ...
Created on 24 May 2015
2. Interview with Hasso Plattner of SAP
Whether you're an SAP customer or not, their plans are often indicative of what's happening in the ERP world at large. In an interview by Doug Henshen on the Information Week site, SAP's Chairman Hasso ...
Created on 16 June 2014
3. Challenges in the ERP Arena for 2014
... of which will be driven by other technologies, such as mobile, cloud, and in-memory processes. Read his predictions HERE. ...
Created on 06 January 2014
4. SAP's Direction
SAP's co-CEO Bill McDermott discusses a number of issues, including cloud, innovation, and workforce issues, in a recent Information Week article. SAP is a huge company that is trying to be as nimble as ...
Created on 27 November 2013
5. The Reinvented ERP
Anyone who thinks the ERP is a static, monolithic system hasn't been paying attention. Change is afoot. On the CIO Journal site, Bill Allison and Richard Kupcunas discuss the technology and business trends ...
Created on 30 June 2013
6. John Deere and HANA
I'm always on the lookout for real life examples of companies that use a product that's currently being hyped. Here's a good example from Eileen Feretic on the Baseline site. She fills us in on John ...
Created on 18 January 2013
7. SAP and Big Data
Big Data and analytics are big winners as SAP takes its Business Suite on-line in HANA.On the ZD Net site, Andrew Brust tells us why this is a major development that has impact across organizations, but ...
Created on 14 January 2013
8. The ERP Crystal Ball
Brian Sommer had a busy month attending various IT and ERP focused conferences. I n ZD Net, he talks about some common themes he identified. He's developed a fascinating list of where he thinks a number ...
Created on 07 November 2012
9. How's That Plan Working?
Sales and operations planning drives your supply chain. How well you manage that process will affect your success. Richard Howells from SAP, on the Forbes site, describes a 'Perfect Storm' of big picture ...
Created on 22 April 2012