Hot-off-the-press a year ago at the SAP Fkom in Barcelona (Field Kick-off Meeting), this year it was a case of trying to save what can be saved, because in Europe S/4 and HEC are flops.
For most companies, ERP provides the backbone for all their business activities. To enable continuous, productive work, the ERP components must be kept up to date, and errors and problems must be quickly and effectively resolved.
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With its innovative and dynamic approach, SAP is well on the way to becoming a monolithic in-memory computing vendor. From 2025, SAP will only support Intel x86, Linux, Hana and Simplicity – not enough choice for many existing SAP customers. This is where Rimini Street comes in, offering a very strong alternative for service and support.
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