Earlier this year, I was in India and had a chance to spend time with colleagues, SAP channel partners, and our customers in the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, and also the city of Pune, located approximately 120 km (75 miles) from Mumbai. (more…)
WALLDORF — SAP and Oxford Economics today announced survey findings by the Oxford Economics research program, sponsored by SAP, that show small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) around the world and across industries are making major changes to their business models, products and go-to-market strategies. (more…)
SAP has announced results of a sponsored survey by the Oxford Economics research program revealing findings that overturn some industry stereotypes of small companies. (more…)
In this article in Forbes Magazine, Maureen Farrell and Sean Stonefield write about the current situation of America’s 27 million small businesses with fewer than 500 employees, how they made it through the recession, and what they expect in the near future. Read the article.
After attending last week’s EuroCloud Congress 2011 in Luxemburg, Phil Wainewright, vice president of EuroCloud, blogged about what he argues is “SAP’s recipe for success in the cloud.” In the short article, he sums up and gives insight into the principles behind SAP’s on-demand strategy presented in a keynote by Rainer Zinow, senior vice president for on-demand strategy at SAP. Read the article
After meeting with SME executives at SAPPHIRE NOW from Orlando in May, Laurie McCabe of the SMB Group at Cornerstone Consulting wrote an article about what she claims “may be SAP’s best kept secret”: SAP Business One. In her article, McCabe describes how small businesses with almost no IT resources can get up and running with the SAP Business One starter packages within just a few weeks, and how the solution can run directly on SAP HANA. Read the article