Thursday, February 4, 2016

Enhance your IT support desk processes by integrating SAP with any ITSMtool

In this post I'll show you how you can reduce SAP ticket handling times and keep your support department happy at the same time.

The problem

A lot of time is wasted in SAP software testing and maintenance processes due to incomplete or incorrect error reports from users and testers. Support people (analysts, developers) usually have to ask for more information about the error. This takes a lot of valuable working time from both the reporters of the error and support people. Solving the problem is often blocked until all information is available.

Friday, January 15, 2016

SAP's Cloud Bookings Jump

SAP stock jumped as much as 3.1% in early trading in the stock market today and nearly surpassed an 18-month high of 81.21 touched on Dec. 29. In early afternoon trading, though, SAP stock had trimmed the gain to a little more than 2%, near 80.
SAP, which like all software vendors is migrating more customers to a cloud model, said preliminary non-IFRS operating profit gained 7% to 2.28 billion euros ($2.47 billion), although IFRS profit slipped 3% to 1.70 billion euros, on revenue up 16% to 6.35 billion euros, where Wall Street had expected 6.07 billion euros. SAP is scheduled to release final Q4 results on Jan. 22.

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Did You Get the ROI You Anticipated? - by Sean Elliffe of Reveal

Sean Elliffe, from Reveal, has written a great blog around whether folks are getting the ROI from their SAP implementation or not. An excerpt from Sean's blog...

"Your SAP implementation is behind you, and you are up and running. Transactions all are working, and the system is collecting and building data that is rich in content for analysis and improved decision-making. All the same, a question more often posed than not is “Did you get the ROI you anticipated? ... we hear of many anticipated expectations, most of which were key in influencing the cost-benefit decision. Some of these include: 31% reduced direct and indirect shop labor costs, 22% improved profits from better practices, better inventory, increased turns and streamlined purchasing... However, only a small percentage of companies seem to really believe that they actually received the full anticipated return from the investment made...

Read the entire article on Reveal's website - Click Here.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Demand Signal Management powered by SAP HANA

Monday, November 30, 2015

Heard about SAP HANA but not Clear what it can do for Your Business?


Saturday, November 28, 2015

Thursday, November 26, 2015

SAP CRM Powered by SAP HANA at Bayer


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

SAP ERP powered by SAP HANA at Wuerth


Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks - 8 Part series

From ERP Software Blog - Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: All the Rubber Bands Holding Your Business Together Are Keeping You Up at Night
If you’ve built your business on QuickBooks or Peachtree, you know they're great entry-level accounting solutions. As your business flourishes, however, they may not be able to keep up. There are telltale signs you've hit your limits with your current systems and when those start to occur, its likely your future growth will be stifled until you step up to a more comprehensive business management solution.
We have compiled a list of growing pains businesses like yours are facing when outgrowing QuickBooks or Peachtree. In this blog series, we will address some of those common growing pains and how a business solution from Columbus and Microsoft goes beyond entry level accounting software to keep you on the path of growth.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Brazil Suspends Pharma Serialization And Tracing Requirements | RxTrace

"Last week, Brazil’s pharma industry regulatory agency, the National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA), announced that they were “suspending” at least part of RDC-54/2013, the declaration that mandated drug serialization and tracing, until further notice.  Thank you to all who forwarded the link to the official announcement.  I was able to translate and read it on Thursday, and I submitted a comment on my own last essay, “Pharma Serialization Deadlines In Flux“, to include the link.  Apparently shortly after that essay was published, ANVISA  publicly announced the suspension." Dirk Rodgers - Read the full article from Dirk here.