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There comes a point in time when an organization discovers it needs additional SAP licenses or that its current licenses are no longer covering its actual needs.
Although by no means commonplace, in some cases where contractually permitted, enterprises can suspend the use of some SAP licenses by ‘parking’ them and deferring the corresponding annual maintenance fees.
The so-called Internet of things relies on data. SAP wants companies to know that it has them covered.
Gartner analyst Derek Prior has recently published a research note entitled Give Your SAP Basis Operations Team the Automation Tools That They Need (G00275473).
SAP Unveils its Biggest Thing for 20 YEARS: Core Suite with HANA
German software giant SAP has cut its profit margin forecast for 2017, as its cloud offering is set to take off and dent the company’s (still-bulging) pockets.
SAP’s users were 15% more likely to cite licensing costs as a barrier to adopting the firm’s new technology than they would in the case of other vendors
SAP customers, by a slim majority, find the supplier’s account managers insufficiently knowledgeable about their businesses..
SAP’s user group conferences are a chance for the customers of the software vendor to get together and discuss technology. As IT infiltrates more areas of business the demands of enterprise software have only grown
‘When I joined SAP, nobody told me about licence extension policies’ Reveals New SAP UK and Ireland MD
SAP’s new MD, Cormac Watters, has revealed that he “didn’t know about [licence] extension policies” when he joined the company, during a speech to the SAP UK and Ireland User Group conference in Birmingham today.
Oracle and SAP have finally settled a long-running and bitter dispute surrounding software piracy, with the two vendors coming to an agreement
I have been following SAP for 25 years – since the German software vendor first came to Asia Pacific. A lot has changed in that time.German software giant SAP is the ERP vendor all the other ERP vendors love to hate.
SAP’s revenue from cloud services has grown by 45% year-on-year. Cloud subscriptions and support accounted for revenue of €277m for the software giant in the third quarter of 2014, up from €191m in the same quarter last year.