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What is SAP ? & What is an ERP ?

By HEMAL ·
Could anyone guide me..What is actually SAP ?. AND What is any ERP ?
What features does an ERP Package consists of? What are its specialize and what is its significance. ?

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by BFilmFan In reply to What is SAP ? & What is a ...

ERP Software is short for Enterprise Resource Planning software. ERP software aids and controls the ERP management system, which is a system that integrates and automates all facets of business operations. This includes planning, manufacturing, and sales, while more recent ERP software products encompass marketing, inventory control, order tracking, customer service, finance and human resources as well.

SAP is an acronym for "Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung", which means "Systems, Applications and Products in data processing". The company was founded in 1972 by the former IBM employees Claus Wellenreuther, Hans-Werner Hector, Klaus Tschira, Dietmar Hopp and Hasso Plattner. As of 2005, SAP employs over 28,900 people in more than 50 countries.

SAPs products are in the Enterprise resource planning ERP business sector. The company's main product is SAP R/3, where the "R" stands for Realtime, the number 3 relates to the three tier application architecture: database, application server and client. The predecessor to R/3 was R/2. Other major offerings include APO (Advanced Planner and Optimizer), BW (Business Information Warehouse), CRM (Customer Relationship Management), SRM (Supplier Relationship Management), Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) and KW (Knowledge Warehouse). The company also offers a new technology platform, named SAP NetWeaver. While its original products are mostly used by larger companies, SAP is now also offering products for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) with SAP Business One and SAP All In One.

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i want to know about sap how can we get enrolled in this program

by kuldeep8911 In reply to What is SAP ? & What is a ...

whole information of sap

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http://saptraininginstitutes.blogspot.com/2008/06/sap-stands-for.html

by ahmed_udg In reply to What is SAP ? & What is a ...

you can check here http://saptraininginstitutes.blogspot.com/2008/06/sap-stands-for.html

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information regarding SAP(basis) administration

by poogowri In reply to http://saptraininginstitu ...

HI ahmed,,i want to learn SAP (basis )in administration,,but i have nil idea regarding this ,,at present i am working in bi as a system administrator ,,kindly let me know the course details ,,fees and duration so that i can plan

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What is SAP? What is ERP? ... and other questions like these !

by mkbhanu In reply to What is SAP ? & What is a ...

Hi,
Please visit the following SAP education portal for your answers:
http://www.best-career-guide-for-erp.com/what-is-sap.html
This portal for beginners provides you information on SAP software, Certification and Training. It guides you about SAP Careers too. Definitely going to be helpful in your SAP journey. Wish you success !

Warm Regards,
Mukesh

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What is SAP?

by mkbhanu In reply to What is SAP ? & What is a ...

SAP AG is the leading provider of business software solutions and the third largest independent software manufacturer market capitalization-wise in the world. The company was founded in year 1972 and is headquartered in Walldorf, Germany.

SAP stands for "Systems, Applications, and Products (in data processing)." This name is based on the original German name "Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte (in der Datenverarbeitung)." And its ERP product also draws its name [q]SAP ERP[/q] from the company's name.

The following educational SAP articles will surely help you to demystify things :



    Wish you a great time exploring SAP !
    Cheers ...
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