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The Future of the SAP Economy—A Book Review of SAP Nation
P.J. Jakovljevic reviews a fascinating new book about software vendor SAP. And what a story it is! Written by Vinnie Mirchandani, it chronicles the current and

enterprose architect  Mirchandani’s is a seasoned enterprise software market observer (formerly an analyst at Gartner and consultant at PwC, as well as having been an SAP ERP-accounting user) who has vast experience in negotiating enterprise software deals for his clients ( Deal Architec t is one of Mirchandani’s trademarked companies and blogs). Mirchandani’s SAP Nation: A Runaway Software Economy   flows nicely, providing historical background on SAP, detailing its current state of affairs, and surmising what the

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