In an effort to enhanced Profit & Loss, Production Variance, and Scrap and Inventory Reporting, BayForce was asked to deliver standardized project management Customer Requirements, Development Requirements and Technical Design documents. In addition, a structured Master Data review and update was executed and a detailed cutover plan was developed. As part of this initiative, BayForceREAD MORE →
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Regardless of an up or down economy everyone wants to get the most value for their dollar; particularly in the IT space where costs continue to rise. There are always more projects to be done than a company can reasonably afford. The more mature your SAP environments become, the more changes, upgrades, and enhancements, your company needs to make. SAP is always rolling out additional modules, support packs and new versions.
On February 7, 2010 SAP announced that the SAP Supervisory Board has reached a mutual agreement with CEO Léo Apotheker not to extend his contract as a member of the SAP Executive Board. Léo Apotheker has resigned as CEO and member of the SAP Executive Board effective immediately.
Chances are you may have been too busy in 2009 to keep up with all of what SAP had to offer in the enterprise software world. Check out SearchSAP.com’s picks for the top nine SAP stories of 2009. 9. SAP provides more clarity on BEx to SAP BusinessObjects transition Customers had been confused, and manyREAD MORE →
SAP, which angered many customers this year by announcing plans to increase support pricing, said Tuesday that it would delay a decision on any changes until early 2010. In the meantime, the business software maker will await the findings of a SAP task force that has been talking to customers and user groups to “incorporateREAD MORE →
SAP executives at their annual Influencer Summit in Boston on Tuesday laid out a broad outline of the company’s five-year product and technology vision. They emphasized integrated business analytics, software packages, and on-demand, cloud-based extensions to applications, to enable customers to avoid difficult upgrades while tapping new capabilities. Several trends are behind SAP’s strategic thrust,READ MORE →
SAP has stepped back from its plan to move all customers to Enterprise Support contracts priced at 22% per year. Instead it will adopt a two-tiered system that reintroduces a Standard Support option set at 18%. Bowing to customer complaints about economic hardships, SAP also has frozen prices for existing Enterprise Support contracts at theREAD MORE →