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SAP To Take Care Of All Suppliers
SAP's first major product delivery that leverages recently the recently endorsed technology foundation, allows it to offer a collaborative solution. This does

example of good acknowledgement  to supplier relationships. For example, some time ago i2 Technologies and Manugistics , expanded upon the SRM territory by releasing their pertinent products. Furthermore, while not necessarily embracing the SRM acronym, Oracle , Ariba , and Commerce One have all been busy rounding out e-procurement applications to support the supplier-relevant processes. One should closely observe the outcome of SAP's and Commerce One's separate and likely colliding ways with regard to the SRM/sourcing product though,

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