SAP kicked off its summer by signing a five-year partnership with Royal Dutch Shell to jointly innovate new technology and products.
More detailed analytics content, improved usability, and new collaboration functions: a look at the SAP BusinessObjects Mobile 5.0 app.
SAP Solution Manager 7.1 has been on the market since mid-2011. Read on for an overview of the functions and new features.
In part four of our series, we look at our checklist of activities, settings in SAP Solution Manager, and the start of the actual upgrade. Read on for the lowdown, including screenshots.
SAP.info continues to provide genuine added value, with the August 2010 edition including free software plus the start of our step-by-step series for upgrading from SAP R/3 to SAP ERP 6.0. We present last month’s most-read articles.
A software upgrade in just 28 hours: installing SAP R/3 on a new server, mirroring the data from the previous configuration, and updating the database from Microsoft SQL 2000 to 2005. In part three of our upgrade guide, we walk you through the process step by step.
Thinking of upgrading your SAP software? We show you how to import updates, select the right SQL collation, and transfer from 32 bits to 64 bits. Read on for the details in part two of our series.
Thinking of upgrading your SAP software and transferring your data as you move to new hardware? In our new article series, we’ll show you the basics of carrying out an SAP ERP upgrade, right up to the point of going live. For an overview, simply continue reading part one.
What is an Enhancement Package and what advantages do they offer over traditional upgrades? Update SAP ERP 6.0 or upgrade SAP R/3? SAP.info establishes clarity in the complex world of software versions.
Some 160 participants, 25 exhibitors, and two giants: SAP and Microsoft present their mobile CRM solutions at the Mobile Business Conference in the German city of Cologne. Who needs which solution? SAP.info takes a look behind the scenes.
To boost its innovation speed and make way for integrated applications throughout its organization, the midsize high-tech company Berliner Glas implemented SAP ERP with support from the SAP solution provider Steeb Anwendungssysteme.
Fearing significant downtime, many companies still shy away from combining an upgrade from SAP R/3 to SAP ERP 6.0 with a Unicode migration. The Baerlocher group, however, successfully completed this transition and even saved time in the process.
Many companies now outsource their facility management to providers like STRABAG Property & Facility Services, which uses SAP software to help it serve its customers. This allows those companies to concentrate on their core business.
Two projects in one: SÜDSALZ, Germany’s largest salt supplier, upgraded to SAP ERP 6.0 and at the same time converted to the worldwide character standard Unicode. A bold venture.
Shrinking IT budgets characterized the DSAG investment survey 2009, which also revealed SAP ERP 6.0 as the preferred enterprise software application, a special focus on SAP enhancement packages, and planned investments in SAP Solution Manager and the SAP NetWeaver technology platform.
Highly integrated enterprise software such as SAP is subject to continuous changes in its life cycle – due to company mergers, changed legal requirements, new technologies, or simply upgrades and service packages. Of course, adjustments to the system have to be tested. Ideally, at the touch of a button. But is this type of automation possible and desirable?
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