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SAP is trying yet again to build a new CRM system. If it is not careful, however, C/4Hana might end up with neither head nor tail. [shutterstock: 648645733, studiostoks]

SAP is trying yet again to build a new CRM system. If it is not careful, however, C/4Hana might end up with neither head nor tail. [shutterstock: 648645733, studiostoks]

C/4Hana: Neither Head Nor Tail

Once again, SAP is trying to build the world’s best CRM system. Previous attempts are countless. This time, SAP chose a best-of-breed approach.

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One of the greatest challenges in logistics is to connect the physical with the virtual world. In this interview, André Kaeber explains how it can be done. [shutterstock: 769253206, Travel mania]

One of the greatest challenges in logistics is to connect the physical with the virtual world. In this interview, André Kaeber explains how it can be done. [shutterstock: 769253206, Travel mania]

Connecting The Physical And Virtual Worlds

Many companies are still using SAP releases that are incompatible with new trends in technology. In this exclusive interview with E-3 Magazine, André Kaeber, CEO of the SAP logistics partner Leogistics, talks about the impact the Internet of Things, blockchain, and artificial intelligence are having on the industry.

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Demand-Driven is the key concept for contemporary SCM that is able to deal with the complexities of the modern business world. [shutterstock: 212888158, woaiss]

Demand-Driven is the key concept for contemporary SCM that is able to deal with the complexities of the modern business world. [shutterstock: 212888158, woaiss]

Special: JIT, Agile & Demand-Driven

SAP partner Camelot is committed to the high disciplines of flexibility, transparency and customer orientation. Demand-Driven is the logical and contemporary approach to supply chain management (SCM). As a pioneer for Demand-Driven SCM, Camelot has decisively advanced the concept as well as SAP-based solutions. How? Peter M. Färbinger, E-3 Magazine, spoke to Christian Kroschl, Frank Arnold and Patrick Wolf from Camelot ITLab.

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Standard SAM systems operate like a traffic count on an intersection. The new SAP licensing model in turn requires more detailed tracking. [shutterstock: 348384155, Stephan Guarch]

Standard SAM systems operate like a traffic count on an intersection. The new SAP licensing model in turn requires more detailed tracking. [shutterstock: 348384155, Stephan Guarch]

SAP Licensing: E2E – Don’t Administrate, Orchestrate!

ERP has masterd the concept of thinking in end-to-end processes right from the start. E2E ultimately is the term for the value added by every integrated, business IT system. Everything in these IT systems is connected with everything - an advantage for the user, a challenge for license management. In this text, Stefan Autengruber, SAP Licensing Expert at License Ethics, and Peter Färbinger, E-3 Editor-in-Chief, share their perspectives on the new SAP Licensing Model.

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