Posts Tagged ‘ bydesign ’

Selling Cloud ERP with Feet on the Street

January 18, 2011
By djohnson
Selling Cloud ERP with Feet on the Street

It’s ironic that in order to sell Cloud ERP, you need “feet on the street.” According to the lastest from SAP’s Business ByDesign, they have over 250 feet on the street. In Bob Scott’s Insights, Kevin Gilroy, VP of channels at SAP says that the goal is to have “1,000 feet on the street”...
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SAP and NEC sign deal to compete for cloud ERP market

November 11, 2010
By djohnson
SAP and NEC sign deal to compete for cloud ERP market

The Cloud changes a lot of things, including the way that “partnerships” can compete. In some cases partnerships may begin competing for customers. In CRN magazine, a recent press release “NEC Launches ERP Cloud Service Systems With SAP” describes a new partnership. In this partnership, NEC will utilize its Cloud Oriented Data Centers to...
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ByDesign Wrap Up

August 18, 2010
By djohnson
ByDesign Wrap Up

The dust has almost settled, but the jury is still out on the launch of SAP’s Business ByDesign. ByDesign is SAP’s software as a service (SaaS) offering that has been in testing and development for the past 3-5 years. The topics of cloud computing and SaaS are still hot in the ERP market, but...
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Re-Launching SAP Business ByDesign

May 20, 2010
By manchester
Re-Launching SAP Business ByDesign

The Original Launch SAP Business ByDesign was formally launched on September 19, 2007 (see press release). At that time the pricing was $149/user with a 25 user minimum ($3,725/month). It’s reported by Michael Krigsman in Enterprise Irregulars that 100 customers were enrolled (50 implemented) on this offering prior to the redesign. 3 Years Later...
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