SAP Partnernews 34/2010

Feature Article | August 27, 2010 by Daniel Hardt

SAP ist im Weinhandel angekomemn. (Foto: WMF AG)

SAP solutions for wineries (photo: WMF)

cormeta enters IT cooperation in wine industry

cormeta, which provides SAP software to small businesses and midsize companies in the foods industry, has entered into a cooperation with sine qua non GmbH. A member of SAP’s Extended Business Program, this company specializes in implementations of SAP Business All-in-One. Together, cormeta and sine qua non are seeking to orient their portfolios more toward the midmarket wine industry. Playing a central role in this effort will be the marketing and implementation of two SAP Business All-in-One solutions for wine producers: vineaA1 and vineaA1plus. The two partners want to ensure that the software covers all operational requirements and does not take long to get up and running thanks to preconfigured basis scenarios. Its functional scope extends from wine subsidy accounting and vineyard area management to the heart of every winegrower’s business – the cellar ledger. This ledger serves as a basis for batch tracking and meeting legal documentation requirements. Thanks to their integration into the SAP standard, vineaA1 and vineaA1plus offer comprehensive batch tracking and fulfill all of the wine industry’s legal norms.

Capgemini Achieves SAP Certification as a Provider of Cloud Services

Capgemini U.S. LLC, a subsidiary of Capgemini Group – a provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, is now one of the first vendors to receive certification from SAP of its capabilities to deliver and manage SAP applications via Capgemini’s cloud delivery platform. As part of the certification, Capgemini’s clients will now have access to technical support and other benefits from SAP for applications hosted in the cloud.

Capgemini’s cloud delivery platform in support of SAP applications gives clients access to templates for rapid development and secure deployment, while improving the cost structure of application management by closely aligning cost with usage. Capgemini’s cloud services enable the delivery of a suite of industry vertical platform-as-a-service offerings, as well as applications from SAP, such as SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM), SAP ERP Human Capital Management (SAP ERP HCM) and SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM).

RJT FIT Series for Software Providers Now a Qualified SAP Business All-in-One Partner Solution

SAP channel partner RJT Compuquest recently introduced the RJT FIT Series for Software Providers, a new business management solution designed specifically to meet the needs and improve the performance of midsize companies in the software provider industry. The RJT FIT Series for Software Providers is a qualified SAP Business All-in-One partner solution and gives software companies the affordability and expertise of the SAP application while combining the experience and success of RJT. The RJT FIT Series for Software Providers include the major functionalities required by midsize software companies, including automated revenue recognition processing, sales of software bundled agreements, subscription-based software license agreements, and enabling VSOE compliance.

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YASH Technologies Launches BASIC—a Series of SAP Business All-in-One Partner Solutions That Can Be Implemented in Less than 12 Weeks

YASH Technologies, a leading technology services and outsourcing partner for global companies and an SAP gold channel partner, has launched BASIC, a foundational series of qualified SAP Business All-in-One partner solutions designed for  midsize companies. The BASIC series consists of ChemOne BASIC, CPGOne BASIC, ManufacturingOne BASIC, TechOne BASIC and WholesaleOne BASIC. Each solution provides the elementary key functionality included in the corresponding industry-specific qualified SAP Business All-in-One partner solutions developed by YASH.  These slimmed down versions of the “One” solution series from YASH can be implemented in less than 12 weeks. The baseline investment for the BASIC solutions starts at $317,000 and includes licensing fees for up to 24 users.

OPAL to hold skills workshop for mobile solutions

Opal and Intermec are planning to introduce various topics in the field of logistics during a skills development event at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim’s training center in Zuzenhausen, Germany. The date of the workshop is not yet set, but will be either the 21st or 22nd of September depending on the scheduling of the top-flight soccer match between Hoffenheim and Bayern Munich. Participants will have the opportunity to attend the match following the workshop.
The workshop itself will deal with the increasing demands being placed on warehouse and shipping logistics with regard to flexibility, availability, and process security. Opal thus sees the need to use modern AutoID technologies in SAP systems. The presentations at the event will focus on the management of label printing, pick-by-voice, and transparency and inventory accuracy in warehouses with SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse and mobile data entry.

CENIT: New Software based on SAP PLM

On September 14, attendees of CENIT Innovation Day will have the chance to experience new technologies at FORUM Haus der Architektur in Stuttgart, Germany. According to CONNECT, the new releases of SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM) and CATIA V6 planned for the months ahead will usher in advancements in integrated product development. The event will thus demonstrate how cenitCONNECT’s integrated product development functions based on the current version of SAP PLM, along with the SAP integration offered by CATIA V6. CENIT Innovation Day has much in store for engineers, purchasers, process planners, service managers, and controllers alike.

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