Tags: SAP

GDPR compliance, is the task getting bigger for enterprises?

Sifting through your ERP solution to find data relevant to GDPR is not always simple. Silwood Technology has revealed research that SAP ERP alone has 90,000 tables and more than 900,000 often esoterically named fields. GDPR is less than 100 days away. Vendors of all shapes and sizes are proclaiming that they have the tool…

Knoa sees massive acceleration

Knoa Software has announced 512% growth year on year for its cloud-based subscription service. It has also nearly doubled its perpetual license revenue. This phenomenal growth indicates the value of its User Experience Management (UEM) software for SAP installations. Part of that growth is attributed to SAP, who rebrand the Knoa software SAP UEM. SAP…

The Known Traveller Digital Identity (KDTI) project

The Government of Canada has announced it will pioneer the testing of the Known Traveller Digital Identity system. This is a concept which improves both security and the flow of people across borders. The Known Traveller Digital Identity utilises biometrics, cryptography and distributed ledger technology to give travellers control over, and the ability to share,…

SAP acquires recast.AI and invests in France

SAP is looking to France for a new generation of innovation. It has announced the acquisition of the French start up Recast.AI and is planning to incubate 50 more. Using the SAP.iO Fund, it will also invest in French start ups in their seed funding or Series A rounds. It will also spend €150 million…

Ceridian moves towards IPO (or acquisition)?

In a brief press release Ceridian has announced that it is in an early stage of filing for an IPO. It has confidentially submitted a Form S-1 to the US securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC will now carry out a review process. Once completed Ceridian will move forward, subject to market conditions, to…

Veni Vidi Vici – the Rootstock way

Rootstock has acquired its smaller rival on the Salesforce platform, manufacturing ERP software firm Kenandy. It sees a consolidation of probably the two largest ERP force.com software vendors that specialize in the manufacturing and wholesale distribution sector. For Rootstock, it comes at an opportune time. It has reached a point where it is about to…

Implementation training solved by IFS and ClickLearn

IFS has announced a deeper integration between IFS Applications 9 and ClickLearn. The two companies have worked together to improve the integration for both IFS Applications and IFS Field Service Management and the ClickLearn software. ClickLearn for IFS provides real time assistants and instructions in a variety of formats. These can then be used to…

SAP to accelerate customer migration to the cloud

SAP has announced the Upgrade2Success program. It’s intention is to migrate customers with on-premises SAP ERP Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions to the cloud. It is surprising that it has taken this long for SAP to formally announce such a program. In comparison, Infor announced its Lift and Shift program more than two years. According…

Will Rootstock and Salesforce remove SAP at Japanese multinational

Mipox Corporation is a Japanese multinational that has selected Rootstock to replace its SAP implementation. This is the deepening of a commitment to the Salesforce platform that it first invested in during 2015. The SAP ERP implementation, first implemented in November has had troubles from the start revealed Jun Watanabe, CEO and President in an…

A new look for Concur

SAP has rebranded Concur to SAP Concur. The rebranding comes three years after the company was acquired in December 2014. The news was announced in a press release and a short blog by Jessica Shapiro, VP Corporate Marketing. The rebranding comes a year after SAP rebranded four of its other major acquisitions: SAP Ariba, SAP…