SAP will extend its support for mid-sized companies with the next version of SAP All-in-One.
The company said that the new version of SAP All-in-One, which is built upon mySAP ERP 2005 and SAP’s customer relationship management technology, would let users “adopt new innovations over time in an evolutionary way that minimises costs and alleviates disruption to ongoing operations”.
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Hans-Peter Klaey, SAP president of global SME business, said, “We are providing mid-size companies and SAP’s partners who serve them with an enhanced portfolio of solutions, proven industry best practices, and the tools to adopt new innovations easily and seamlessly over time.”
SAP All-in-One’s ability to rapidly configure new processes would help businesses to adapt to meet fast-changing customer demand, as well as regulatory, financial and environmental, health and safety requirements, said SAP, which added that the software would help firms migrate to service oriented architectures.
To be introduced worldwide throughout 2007, All-in-One will also fully use SAP’s next wave of enhancements to SAP Best Practices – a global portfolio of business scenarios and documentation.
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