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Navigator One is a suite of modules for SAP Business One—a business management software application designed specifically for small to midsize businesses
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SAP Extends Maximum Attention to More of its Services and Support Customers
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Delivering on its enormously ambitious strategy is the challenge SAP faces.
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SAP Declares Victory Over Manugistics, Takes Aim at i2
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