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How to Create SAP Mobile Applications for Quality Inspectors

Posted by Shivam Kapoor on May 15, 2020

Quality control and inspection is a critical process for any business using SAP. It’s also a very tedious process, prone to human errors and low efficiency. It is no wonder many organizations are working towards modernizing and automating...

How Low-Code Development Helps Companies Increase Productivity

Posted by Cecilia Santis on May 12, 2020

With COVID-19’s effects on the global economy now coming to fruition, companies have become more reliant on functioning web applications to manage complex workflows. However, coding web apps and website interfaces for these systems can be...

How to Eliminate High-Cost Technical Debt in SAP

Posted by Shivam Kapoor on May 12, 2020

Recent surveys have shown that companies spend 60-80% of their time, budget and workforce on simply keeping the lights on – tasks that keep their operations simply running. In contrast, merely 7% of resources are spent on innovation. This...

Are Companies Creating ZAP Out of SAP?

Posted by Vaidya Aiyer on May 11, 2020

SAP has 180,000+ customers worldwide, with more than 60,000 who are ERP customers. With 2025 as a hard deadline to retire all ECC support, all applications will run exclusively on S/4HANA. This means that every single business that will...

How Mobility Solutions Improve Up-time for Every ERP

Posted by Tyler Young on May 6, 2020

In today’s rapidly changing economic environment, companies around the globe have been forced to implement mobility solutions to maximize their production output. Ensuring that an organization is creating an environment that supports...

How ABAP Customizations Affect Costs in SAP

Posted by Tyler Young on April 29, 2020

According to Computer Business Review Online, SAP has decided to extend its maintenance commitment for SAP S/4HANA until 2027. Despite SAP’s goal to push customers to fully migrate to S/4HANA much sooner than that, it seems that there may...