If you chop a tree for firewood, you should plant a tree to compensate. And you should do it even if you are not into the whole green thing. Or else you will be turning in your grave constantly when your children and grand children swear ad-nauseum about the trouble you put them in .Continue reading “What does Apple’s outsourcing have to do with farming and manufacturing in Kerala ?”
Monthly Archives: January 2012
SAP – ECC is catching another wind. Are we ready?
I don’t think I have seen another time after the mid to late nineties when the market was this hot for SAP. Several companies seem to be in a hurry to do big SAP projects again . And no – they are not talking of big HANA projects, or big mobility projects or big cloudContinue reading “SAP – ECC is catching another wind. Are we ready?”
2012 looks likely to be a good year for SAP Business Analytics, as long as it works on iPad
As always, I started the year picking my customers’ brains on what they would like to see happen in 2012 in their companies. I also checked in with a few colleagues to make sure what I am hearing is not isolated. These are all long existing SAP shops. I will restrict this post to discussionsContinue reading “2012 looks likely to be a good year for SAP Business Analytics, as long as it works on iPad”