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In this specific cloud, typically we have between a couple of hundred and a couple of thousand VMs running. Overall, at SAP we're running more than 20,000 virtual machines (VMs). And, in fact, I have about 25 private cloud installations.
Australian IT services company, CN Group, has chalked up some major contract wins, becoming the lead SAP integrator for the new NSW Department of Education and Training (DET) HR/payroll system. The CN Group also won a major SAP transformation contract with mining and manufacturing company, OneSteel.
The NSW Department of Education and Training has started testing its new SAP finance systems in preparation for a March 2010 implementation.
A ZDNet Asia reader wants to know whether incurring the fees to get SAP training will pay off.
During an interview on CNBC, SAP's CEO Bill McDermott, said customers buy his software to accomplish three goals:Making moneyCost reductionsMaintaining complianceIn a moment of what some might consider to be irrational exuberance, McDermott described SAP as the only software company able to offer these things to customers. I suspect some SAP competitors might take issue with his comment.
SAP has been talking up its forthcoming solution for the mid-market, A1S, that will help the company grow from around 40,000 customers to 100,000 by 2010. According to Shai Agassi, president of SAP's Products & Technology Group, the goal of new suite is to dramatically reduce the tax across technology, operations, user training, integration and infrastructure for implementing and running ERP applications.
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