What is SAP & why is it important?
SAP was founded in 1972 by former IBM employees: Wellenreuther, Hopp, Hector, Plattner and Tschira. SAP stands for Systems,Applications, and Products.The SAP system consists of a number of fully integrated modules, ranging from MM, FI-CO, SD, ABAP, BASIS and more.
The SAP Founders
SAP can be a detrimental key to your company’s success. With all of the applications and capabilities that SAP offers, you can easily find your inconsistencies, run your production procedures, manage your sales processes, and so much more.
SAP ERP Modules
The SAP ERP systems are entirely integrated business synchronized systems meaning you can now have nonstop communications to help process and remove your data discrepancies between your sub-systems. A few main points you should consider with SAP are that it aligns your policies and operations, enhances output and insight, reduces cost by increasing flexibility, optimizes your IT expenses, and minimizes your risk. Ask us for more information.
One of the platforms within SAP is a real game changer, SAP Solution Manager 7.2. There are many capabilities within this platform that integrate with each other to create an even more cohesive experience for you, helping to make this an agile platform. The test automation with SAP Test Suiteis also key due to it being essentially free with your Solution Manager. SAP Test Suiteallows for automated testing to take place in your processes and can speed you and your team up. That’s not even all of the capabilities.
At the end of the day, SAP Solution Manager is vital for many businesses world wide. Most of them use the SAP system for daily operations and reporting. SAP is present in more than 120 countries world wide. Ask us how you can better utilize your SAP software.
Here at CoreALMwe have a dedicated team of experts who have more than 50+ years of combined experience in the industry. We are happy to help you explore your SAP options in order to help you fully get the value out of your software.