Mike Krigsman posted this today morning on his ZDNET blog http://www.zdnet.com/blog/projectfailures/predicting-2012-rapid-implementation-in-focus/ . I tried to post a comment, but somehow that does not seem to have posted. So I thought of posting it here. I am not entirely convinced that Rapid Deployments will bring terrific benefits, but will be watching it closely in 2012. Continue reading “Rapid Implementation – is the promised land finally here ?”
Monthly Archives: December 2011
SAP Mobility solutions – Should SI’s play or stay on sidelines?
As many of you know – all my professional life, I have worked for System Integrators – both big and small. And as a result, every time there is something new in enterprise software, I am curious to see if SIs have any role to play , or whether they should just sit it out. Continue reading “SAP Mobility solutions – Should SI’s play or stay on sidelines?”
Will the economy hurt SAP? BofA/Merrill thinks it will, I seriously doubt it
Today morning, I saw this news http://www.businessinsider.com/analyst-sap-headed-for-rocky-patch-2011-12 and then this article in Forbes ( written by someone in Forbes Staff, not advoice) http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericsavitz/2011/12/16/sap-merrill-downgrades/?partner=yahootix BofA / Merrill Lynch analyst Chandramouli Sriraman downgraded the stock from Buy to Neutral. And when I checked the stock for SAP AG, it seemed to be trading about 2.6% down. AndContinue reading “Will the economy hurt SAP? BofA/Merrill thinks it will, I seriously doubt it”