There are many surprising stories about SAP’s support network. Employees are struggling, and customers turning to SAP for help usually leave with more problems than they had coming in.
SAP's CTOs are trapped in an endless loop of staff turnover, as Bernd Leukert's example shows. [shutterstock: 345120950, beeboys]
Those familiar with SAP’s history will feel a little queasy by now - and like they are having a déjà-vu.
You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
SAP S/4 Hana continues to evolve with each new release. Customers who have already migrated to SAP’s latest ERP platform are discovering new functionalities all the time, and customers who haven’t yet made the move are likely hearing about the new tools from multiple fronts. Logistics in particular has seen a lot of development, which makes SAP Press’ new guide on this topic a must-read.
Cloud solutions in retail are convenient. But there is still a lot of room for improvement. [shutterstock: 436427842, zaozaa19]
Cloud solutions are convenient. Customers are relieved from maintenance, updates, or load changes. But what happens in critical situations like on Black Friday in the U.S. or on Singles Day in China? Bad things and unpleasant surprises.
If SAP continues on its current path, it will not need a crystal ball to predict its future: chaos and irritated customers. [shutterstock: 1043420491, TeraVector]
In the fifth IT season, when numerous kick-off events thwart every attempt at rational thinking, I like to ponder about the next decade. What will ERP and CRM systems look like in ten years?
SAPs stock price took a deep dive when it acquired Qualtrics. Will it be able to recover? [shutterstock: 68103547, Sergey Orlov]
SAP’s stock price took a hit when it acquired Qualtrics. But apparently, shareholders have come to terms with it already - even saying that this deep dive has been accounted for.