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SAP - A Leader Under Reconstruction
SAP is responding to the changing Internet marketplace by restructuring to develop flexibility and forming key partnerships and alliances to put content behind

siebel resumes  management (SCM) market, and Siebel Systems in the customer relationship management (CRM) market is taking its toll. Some New Dimension products have been either late-to-market ( SAP B2B ) or still have inferior functionality ( SAP APO ), or both (in-house developed CRM product suite), compared to equivalent niche players' products (Ariba, i2, Siebel, respectively). It is also feeling additional pressure from direct competitors Oracle and PeopleSoft, who have been touting their extended ERP products

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