SAP is presenting the Business Objects Influencer Summit, an invitation-only event being held today in Boston. "Strategy to execution" is a key theme across the many numerous presentations.
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Portland, Oregon's late and over-budget ERP implementation has become a battleground between city officials and system integrator Ariston Consulting & Technologies. As the failing project's budget ballooned from $31 million to $49.45 million, finger-pointing and mutual blame have obscured faults on both sides.
SAP has made important strides in building a cloud strategy. Here's what you need to know.
SAP Business ByDesign has been rolled out to a number of test customers. Several of these early adopters, including light airplane manufacturer, Stemme AG, were interviewed during the press conference where Business ByDesign was launched.
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.
As one of the largest enterprise vendors, SAP holds a unique position to influence the outcome of software implementations around the globe. SAP Americas' president shares his views on IT success and failure.
A video interview with SAP's SVP of Strategy for Business byDesign, the company's on-demand offering to the mid-market.
Social computing has catapulted to the forefront of discussion among enterprise thought leaders. Here's some of the exciting reasons why.
The city of San Diego, CA terminated its software implementation contract with services provider, Axon, citing "systematically deficient project management practices."
SAP made the right decision in delaying release of its massive external community, consisting of more than two million members.