Category Archives: SAP News

SAP HANA. Not if. When!

SAP HANA launched five years ago and it sometimes seems like since then we’ve heard about little else.  Things like… HANA is a game changer!  A technology so different and so advanced that it’s  blazing a trail which will obsolete the industry standard solutions that came before it and have ruled the business computing universeREAD MORE →

NEW YORK — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced future integrated digital enterprise technologies that are intended to transform the relationships companies have with their customers.

SAP Announces the Simplified Front Office

NEW YORK — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced future integrated digital enterprise technologies that are intended to transform the relationships companies have with their customers. SAP plans to unleash a powerful portfolio of SAP hybris tools that are envisioned to enable in-the-moment customer profiling, digital commerce and community development, empowering an organization’s front officeREAD MORE →

Top Trends That Will Pay Off for ERP

The traditional world of ERP no longer exists, according to Gartner’s recently published Hype Cycle for ERP, 2015. Instead, CIOs and IT managers are opting for a more flexible, variably-sourced model that combines the solutions of multiple applications to accomplish what a single ERP vendor has historically provided. This is a trend that Bayforce has noticed within ourREAD MORE →

SAP Announces Roadmap for S/4HANA

The U.S.-based sugar manufacturer Florida Crystals was among the first to adopt the latest SAP S/4HANA version with Simple Finance 2.0. It took them just six weeks, a shorter timeframe than expected, and they’ve been thrilled with the results. This system is designed for quick and easy access to real-time data, allowing companies to makeREAD MORE →

[Video] NHL Uses Statistics to Increase Fan Base

7.6 million people watched Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday, in which the Chicago Blackhawks shut out the Tampa Bay Lightning to clinch the cup for the third time in six years. But for the National Hockey League, it wasn’t enough. As Chris Foster, Director of Digital Business Development for the NHL,READ MORE →

5 Challenges SAP Hiring Managers Face and How to Solve Them

Are you struggling to identify SAP talent when you need it? Do your internal processes and controls make it difficult for you to onboard quickly? Hiring the right people, whether it’s for an SAP project or your internal fulltime SAP staff, is a hassle for nearly everyone in the SAP space. We face tremendous pressureREAD MORE →

Top 6 Highlights from SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Conference 2015

SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Conference 2015 was once again a dazzling display of the enormity of the SAP ecosystem. The chosen venue to highlight major news, company vision and developing partnerships, SAP certainly ensures that the event has enough exciting announcements for everyone. We’ll take a few minutes to share our major takeaways with you,READ MORE →

SAP SAPPHIRE NOW 2014 Highlights

It has been a few weeks since SAP and ASUG hosted their annual SAP SAPPHIRE NOW conference in Orlando, Florida and we wanted to look back at some of the biggest news and announcements to come out of the event. Bill McDermott: Simplify Everything. Do Anything In his speech, Bill focuses on one thing: simplicity.  HisREAD MORE →

SAP OnDemand Solutions Get Updates

This month, SAP announced updates to several of its OnDemand solutions: SAP Customer OnDemand, SAP Travel OnDemand, and SAP Financials OnDemand. These applications all belong to SAP’s loosely-coupled suite of business applications focusing on people, customers, money and suppliers which has been designed so that companies can pick and choose which parts of the businessREAD MORE →

SAP Increasing Support for the Internet of Things

SAP predicts that the M2M market will continue to grow rapidly for years to come, and has been taking steps to bring the Internet of Things to businesses. M2M and the Internet of Things M2M stands for Machine to Machine. M2M technology allows one machine to transmit information to another machine. For example, a vendingREAD MORE →