Special Report: Sapphire displays enterprise jewels

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Special Report: Sapphire displays enterprise jewels

SAP has used its annual European user conference to unveil new products, industry partnerships and customer wins for its ERP suite.

Thousands of IT professionals have this week journeyed to Lisbon in Portugal for software vendor SAP's Sapphire trade show and customer conference. For those unable to make it to the show, CW360.com has rounded up the most significant news from Sapphire in the articles below.

Siemens becomes largest mySAP portal user
SAP has signed a landmark portal deal with Siemens that will make the software and electronics giant the largest mySAP portal user in the world.
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Users upgrade to SAP's latest R/3 Enterprise software
SAP has announced that 70 customers are upgrading to its latest resource planning software, SAP R/3 Enterprise, with around 200 expected to follow by the end of the year.
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HP and SAP join forces to offer CRM suite across Europe
Hewlett-Packard and SAP have agreed to jointly develop, promote and sell the CRM software suite SAP Business One throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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SAP to offer collaborative data management
Enterprise software vendor SAP plans to develop a new collaborative master data management product that will integrate data from multiple systems, locations and vendors.
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DaimlerChrysler signs global deal with SAP
SAP has won a global contract to deliver its mySAP.com e-business software to car maker DaimlerChrysler.
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SAP launches global custom development unit
SAP is launching a unit to provide customers with direct access to its developers, partners and e-business experts who can plan and execute custom development projects.
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This was first published in February 2003

 

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