SAP and Microsoft optimise suite

SAP and Microsoft have joined forces to optimise the SAP Business Suite on Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 database to help cut costs and ease integration.

SAP and Microsoft have joined forces to optimise the SAP Business Suite on Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 database to help cut costs and ease integration.

Bob Muglia, senior vice president of the server and tools business at Microsoft, said, “With this joint offering enterprise customers will be able to efficiently deploy and operate their SAP environment on SQL Server 2005 whilst realising a lower total cost of ownership.”

For customers moving to the next generation of SAP business software and systems, the partners said they will offer database conversion tools, documented best practices, and deployment services support to ensure a non-disruptive transition to enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA).

SOAs allow firms to flexibly develop web-based applications in response to changing business needs.

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