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With innovations in blockchain, Robo-advisors and mobile banking, 2020 will prove to be a landmark year for fintech. Here are the top five trends to consider and why they will have an impact on the financial sector.Read more
One of the biggest criticisms of SAP is that the software is too expensive for small and medium-sized businesses. However, with different licensing models, the software is looking to dispel the myth that it’s only for blue-chip corporations.Read more
SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) provided modules that covered a full range of business applications including logistics, finance and HR. All of these were linked together by a customisable system run through a database of the company’s choice.Read more
SAP’s Enterprise Resource Planning software (ERP) has helped over 50,000 customers in 25 industries streamline processes across their business. However, as of 2025, the company will be stopping all mainstream maintenance on the system. This means that after the deadline, there will be no new functionality as the ERP software is phased out and SAP look to run all its systems from one single database – SAP S/4HANA.Read more
With both SAP HANA and SAP S/4 HANA being widely spoken about throughout the industry, getting the two confused is an easy mistake to make. However, while the two are related, they are completely different products. Simply put, SAP HANA is the name given to the in-memory computer platform and SAP S/4HANA is the next generation business suite specifically built to work on SAP HANA.Read more
While SAP is commonly referred to in its abbreviated form, it actually stands for Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing. While the full name accurately describes what’s on offer, the abbreviation was chosen to create a focus on the core software. The company was founded in Germany back in 1972 by five ex-IBM engineers and has grown into the world’s third largest independent software supplier.Read more