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October 2, 2007 by

SAP's parallel approaches to ERP

During his presentation at SAP TechEd '07, Peter Zencke, a member of SAP's Executive Board and head of R&D, made it clear to the 6,000 SAP developers in attendance that the forthcoming Business ByDesign ERP suite for the mid-market is technological milestone for the company. "We put everything into one, NetWeaver end-to-end," he said regarding Business ByDesign.

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September 20, 2007 by

Ellison: Where's the big money in SaaS?

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says software as a service and the small business markets are interesting, but not terribly profitable. In other words, Ellison largely dismissed SAP's Business ByDesign.

September 19, 2007 by

SAP Business ByDesign: will it reduce project failures?

SAP's new Business ByDesign (formerly called A1S) software as a service (SaaS) offering represents a substantial departure from previous SAP products. What are the implications of Business ByDesign on deployment and implementation; in other words, will this new product reduce implementation failures?

September 19, 2007 by

SAP gets SaaS: can it run with it?

SAP has hit the tarmac at an impressive pace with its launch today of its SaaS offering Business ByDesign. Here's what's SAP has done right, and a few of the ill winds that could yet blow it off course.

September 19, 2007 by

SAP Business ByDesign: first analysis

SAP's new A1S offering, formally called Business ByDesign, is intended for companies between 100-500 employees, which do not have deep vertical market software requirements. SAP believes this $15 billion market will help SAP dramatically expand its business over the coming years.

September 19, 2007 by

Welcome to the party, SAP

As the minutes tick away to the launch of SAP's long-awaited A1S, my inbox has been filling up with emails from incumbent SaaS vendors, eager to pitch in with their own reactions

September 19, 2007 by

SAP A1S: the big day

Today, SAP formally unveils A1S, code name for SAP's attempt to reinvent itself as an SME-friendly company. More than that, A1S represents SAP's opportunity to compete against smaller, more nimble competitors such as Salesforce.

September 18, 2007 by

SAP's slow hand A1S play

On the one hand, SAP is readying itself for a volume play, looking to ramp up to 'thousands of customers.' On on the other hand, Henning Kagermann is not promising investors Web 2.0 style viral sales miracles. Viewed from an investment analyst position, nothing could be worse

September 18, 2007 by

Oracle's quarter to reveal enterprise software health

Oracle reports its fiscal first quarter results Thursday and the earnings and the ensuing conference call will answer a few lingering questions in enterprise software. Question 1: Has a slowdown among financial services firms hit the software demand picture yet?

September 18, 2007 by

News to know: DRM; 3G iPhone; Opsware

Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Everything you’ve read about Vista DRM is wrong (Part 2).David Berlind: If true, Jobs quote of "A 3G iPhone later next year" should kill demand for iPhone 1.

September 18, 2007 by

SAP's A1S: love, not pricing, is key

SAP's announcement of A1S, it's software as a service (SaaS) product for small business, will take place tomorrow in New York City. Speculation is running high whether this product will succeed or fail, and the impact A1S will have on SAP as a whole.


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