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Saturday, March 8, 2008

cheaper SAP under LINUX for midsize business customers?

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  • the ERP package is dubbed as "ERP appliance", announced at Cebit 2008, for SME market
  • running on NEC system based on 45nm quad-core Xeon processor, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise (instead of other Unix, Redhat, or Microsoft platforms), modular server strategy
  • SAP's Business All in One, RDBMS : MaxDB database server
  • fast-start program for SAP Business All-in-One : offers best practices for pre-configured industry functionality in a defined package that can be rapidly implemented without complex adaptations
  • the ERP bundle has implementation cost saving: 45%
  • TCO (total cost of ownership) saving: 25%
  • tipical cost: 4,500 to 7,000 Euros, for the hardware, software and implementation, depending on which SAP components.
  • delivery: available in five European country and reaching 20 countries this year of 2008
  • using Configurator or Solution Builder: based on XML, reseller to build the system in few hours
  • other similar effort: ERP on demand product named Business ByDesign

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