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Snow Software launched their Digital Access Estimator for SAP, which delivers licensing transparency to existing customers. [shutterstock: 1084881452, Jiw Ingka]

Snow Software launched their Digital Access Estimator for SAP, which delivers licensing transparency to existing customers. [shutterstock: 1084881452, Jiw Ingka]

Snow Digital Access Estimator Delivers Licensing Transparency

Snow’s latest release of Snow Optimizer for SAP Software delivers the only third party solution that enables clients to predict Indirect Access license fees and avoid cost surprises.

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The spotlight is on SAP at the moment to respond to Voice's antitrust concerns. [shutterstock: 518263006, Boris Rabtsevich]

The spotlight is on SAP at the moment to respond to Voice's antitrust concerns. [shutterstock: 518263006, Boris Rabtsevich]

SAP’s New Licensing Strategy

It is becoming ever more clear that in spring of 2019, SAP will publish a third version of its Digital Access/Indirect Access pricing model, in the hopes that the disgruntled user companies and Voice will be pleased and silently retreat.

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The pricing strategy of SAP is constantly irritating customers. It is very complex, and might also not be in compliance with the law. [shutterstock: 348388718, Wright Studio]

The pricing strategy of SAP is constantly irritating customers. It is very complex, and might also not be in compliance with the law. [shutterstock: 348388718, Wright Studio]

Licensing: Stop Beating Around The Bush

For years, SAP’s licensing policy has been constantly irritating customers and partners. The pricing strategies of SAP are complex and often leave room for interpretation, leading to uncertainty and conflicts. Especially Indirect Access divides SAP and its customers and business partners.

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