To get a grip on its 200 sales orders a day, its 5,000 products, and its 20 commercial trucks, the Stuttgart, Germany-based wholesaler for poultry, game, and frozen food Kurt Ullrich uses the SAP Business One application. Read the full article
Around 400 attendees from the SAP Users Group Middle East & North Africa (SUG-MENA) have assembled in Manama, the capital of the Kingdom of Bahrain, for 50 sessions and a full three-day agenda. SAP.info is on location to report where SAP customers in the Arabian Gulf are feeling the pinch.
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