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Who We Are

For more than 10 years, Germany-based E-3 Magazine has covered the development of the SAP-Community in the DACH-Region. In 2017, we are bringing the best independent news outlet for SAP related topics to the global stage.

Closely connected to IT professionals from programmers and engineers all the way up C-level executives as well as researchers, analysts and academics worldwide, we strive to provide a unique scope of topics for our readers – extensive, on point and on time.

Positioning ourselves as an independent magazine also means covering both sides of the coin. There is a lot of variety in the SAP community and we want to make sure to give every part of that community a voice.  In short: We want to make sure that valuable information for your daily experience as an SAP user gets through to you – no matter how „small“ or „big“ the author may be.

Our Mission

E-3 Magazine is a special-interest magazine devoted to SAP software and related topics. It’s a scene’zine covering business and technical solutions in today’s SAP marketplace. E-3 articles add to and expand on the information supplied by SAP itself. Its ultimate goal is to help readers achieve greater success with ERP, Business Suite, NetWeaver, SolMan, Hana and S/4 etc. – individually, business-wise and technically.

The Webzine e3zine.com aims to cover the whole of the value-adding chain in companies, because this is the biggest challenge for the future. The information it delivers enhances competent and successful use of the integrated standard software ERP, SoH or S/4 in building efficient extended enterprises. E-3 Magazine provides the map to explore the world of SAP.

E-3 targets all kinds of user, from IT beginners to computer center supervisors. E-3 offers something for everyone in clear language, deliberately avoiding tech speak. Detailed research, conducted by skilled journalists and analysts, offers new insights for end-users and experts alike. Lively and accurate journalism gives readers broad knowledge and new insights into ERP/ECC 6.0, Business Suite, S/4, Hana, HEC and HCP and its working environment.

High-Tech to Provide You Quality Content

Great journalism is our mission, but that is far from the end of the story: We are also trying to provide the best user experience possible while browsing our articles. Our online-team is focused on delivering that experience by a large list of cutting-edge technology running in the background.

Sounds like an exaggeration? We are not limiting ourselves to constantly improve on things you see at the front end like load times and availability worldwide.

Among other things, we are for example running semantic analysis in the background to provide you with more than just a few suggested articles from the same category.  There’s more to be gained from your valuable reading time if you can get suggestions on the same topic but maybe also from a different perspective! How about getting a user report or success story in addition to the analyst’s report you just clicked on? Here, the possibilities are truly limitless.

Get our Content Wordwide

To make sure you are always getting the content you want within the shortest possible time, we have put our site on a state-of-the-art Content Delivery Network. (CDN). Regardless of whether you are in Asia, Oceania, Europe, the Americas or Africa: you can always take e3zine.com with you!

After all, it is about matching the global scope of information we provide, with the global scope of the work you do every day.

Call for Papers

Lastly, community is big for us – so big we actively want to encourage you to participate! Do you have a story to share but don’t know how to get it out to the world? Is your company working hard on innovations that can improve the work life of SAP users around the globe daily but you are not sure how to spread the word?

Feel free to contact us at any time and become an author yourself or have your content published through our editorial department. We’re glad to help!

Want to make sure to stay up to date? Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn!

Call for Papers

Editorial Guidelines

Some of our readers wonder why certain naming conventions that are standard in the industry do not apply for us.

We are aware that a lot of our readers are spending a significant part of their day in front of screens, mobile devices, tablets. Not only does that take a toll on our reader’s eyes, it also makes focusing on a very specific, in-depth report hard – no matter how good the article may be.

Companies big and small often invest thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours into exploiting the full potential of the ASCII code in order to make their product names, logos, press releases, etc. look as unique and recognizable as possible.

This may be great when placing said logos, products, etc. on an advertising wall next to a highway, where potential customers are driving by at 60 mph, however, when faced with large bits of text over the internet, the reader often does not appreciate the effort nearly as much as originally intended.

Over-use of capital letters, a myriad of abbreviations coupled with often complex topics can make reading well researched articles a quite exhausting task.

As a platform for information and community building, our value is primarily in getting our content across. That means other goals (i.e. marketing specifc) will always be placed back to achieve this priority

We have hence set forth the following editorial guidelines when it comes to creating our content:

If you say it like a name, we write it like a name. Best example would be SAP’s Hana platform. We all pronounce Hana as if it was a name, hence there is only a capital letter at the beginning despite the official product name: SAP HANA®.

In contrast, nobody would say Sap (as in sap-ling for instance) when talking about the German company, hence SAP (pronounced S-A-P) will keep its capitalization.

This is a tried and tested journalistic approach to providing a better reading experience and has also been in practice with large news outlets and magazines for many years around the globe.

In addition, whenever legally possible we will remove © and ® to the same end.

Of course, this whole matter is at the discretion of our editors: It would hardly make any sense to let go of the capitalization of names that otherwise denominate different things.

Think of the US Navy’s SEAL Team for example.

Lastly, we try to avoid including designations for legal forms of organization such as Inc., Ltd., etc. for the reasons already outlined above.

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Fair-Use Policy


We are aware that articles published on our site may be of value to you and your customers. To minimize bureaucratic requirements for re-use of our content, please follow the guidelines below:

  1. Usage rights for content published on e3zine.com will remain with B4BMedia.net AG without exception.
  2. The following guidelines are applicable for online publications only. For re-use in print publications please contact our editorial staff.
  3. To re-use our content in parts or as a whole, you are required to re-link to our original content from your website.
  4. You are further required to not only link but also notify your audience that the content you used has been published as an original on e3zine.com first.
  5. Linking and declaring re-use is also applicable for relevant publication on your Social Media channels. Due to character limitation, it is sufficient on Twitter to tweet at us @e3zine or simply retweet our original content.
  6. Please note that images published with our content are not covered by this fair-use policy. License to image material must be obtained separately from the corresponding authors.

For re-use of our content in print publications, questions regarding our Fair-Use Policy, please contact our editorial staff through our contact form.


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