Every new technology is a step back. It is never as perfectly evaluated as the old one - but it will surpass it in due time. [shutterstock: 484219669, Africa Studio]

Every new technology is a step back. It is never as perfectly evaluated as the old one - but it will surpass it in due time. [shutterstock: 484219669, Africa Studio]

The Price Of Progress

Every new technology is a step back. It’s never as perfectly implemented and evaluated as the old one. The new technology naturally will be better than the old one - it just takes time. Time that SAP is not willing to grant its customers.

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Have you ever wondered what is going on inside someone else's head? Hard to imagine, isn't it? Well, at least Bill McDermott's thoughts are easy to guess. [shutterstock: 622200797, Lia Koltyrina]

Have you ever wondered what is going on inside someone else's head? Hard to imagine, isn't it? Well, at least Bill McDermott's thoughts are easy to guess. [shutterstock: 622200797, Lia Koltyrina]

The Inner Workings Of SAP‘s Image Preservation

SAP is experiencing some challenges: Hana anomalies are still a thing and the executive board has been reorganized. Still, Bill McDermott is trying to preserve his image as savior. Moreover, he has bought yet another company, even though the stock price is decreasing.

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Leonardo da Vinci is the perfect synonym for the new direction the SAP community is heading in. [shutterstock: 27948671, Janaka Dharmasena]

Leonardo da Vinci is the perfect synonym for the new direction the SAP community is heading in. [shutterstock: 27948671, Janaka Dharmasena]

Leonardo: SAP’s True North

SAP's ERP empire has a new north: SAP Leonardo. This is intelligent and visionary in more than one way. For the digital transformation in the SAP community, there is no better synonym than Leonardo Da Vinci - the exceptional polymath.

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SAP's SolMan is comparable to a Swiss Army Knife. However, this universally usable IT tool might not be enough.[shutterstock: 712523383, Maxop-Plus]

SAP's SolMan is comparable to a Swiss Army Knife. However, this universally usable IT tool might not be enough.[shutterstock: 712523383, Maxop-Plus]

SolMan Is Not Enough

The SAP Solution Manager is simultaneously loved and hated. For ERP/ECC 6.0 and partly S/4, SAP‘s coercive measure is comparable to a 'Swiss army knife‘. However, the universally usable IT tool is not enough.

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