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How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 1
A week before this past Thanksgiving holiday (US), I was invited by a long-term analyst relationship contact at SAP to listen to (via multimedia streaming) a

sap in pharmacy  was particularly applicable to SAP and not to other enterprise applications providers (e.g., IFS, Lawson , or Epicor ). Maybe the abovementioned large companies that were showcased in the article are SAP’s platform users? Oh, now I get the point, right! What was in fact interesting to me was how the study implicitly supports the notion that enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other IT investments are becoming increasingly commoditized. Make no mistake, they are still hugely strategic, and the

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