Enterprises in Germany are slowly adopting SAP’s S/4HANA database, with many companies looking for cloud-based infrastructure from service providers to support the intelligent ERP system, according to a new ISG report.
Apparently working AWS is a bigger mystery
The maker of expensive management software, which no-one is really sure what does, is doing well in Germany because companies are even more bemused by Amazon Web Services.
Jennifer Morgan's glorious three-year embrace
The maker of expensive esoteric business software, which no one is sure what it does but CIOs believe is the bee's knees, SAP, has inked a three-year pact with the software king of the world Microsoft to help its large enterprise customers move their business processes into the cloud.
Bill McDermott steps down
The maker of expensive esoteric software, which no one is sure what it does, is turning itself into a two-headed monster after its current master Bill McDermott stood down on Friday after a decade in control.
SAP user group complains
The maker of esoteric business software, which no one knows what it actually does, SAP needs to be more responsive in meeting the needs of its customers as they make the transition to the digital era.
If only there were some management software it could use to help out
SAP, the maker of expensive esoteric software, which no-one really knows what it does, has told its shareholders not to expect a major improvement in margins before next year.
More exits at SAP
The maker of expensive esoteric business software which no one is sure what it does, SAP, appears to be having trouble keeping senior managers.
Rushing for the cloud
The maker of esoteric management software, which no one is really is sure what it does, has told its top programmers to clear out their desks. The move is part of a restructuring which will put SAP software on the cloud.
Needs more expensive staff to do something but no one is sure what
The maker of expensive business software which is so esoteric few companies know what it actually does but insists they must have it is hiring staff.
Pre-empting an IPO
The maker of expensive business software which no one really understands, SAP, has written an $8 billion cheque for Qualtrics International.