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G3G Receives SAP® EMEA Partner Excellence Award 2015 in the category “Leadership in Supporting Diversity”

Posted by Chris Gunter

Tue, Feb 24, 2015

February, 2015 — G3G today announced it is the recipient of an SAP® EMEA Partner Excellence Award 2015 in the category “Leadership in Supporting Diversity.” Awards were presented by SAP (NYSE: SAP) to the top-performing SAP partners in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region for their efforts – in partnership with SAP – in helping customers adopt innovation easily, gain results rapidly, grow sustainably and run more simply with SAP solutions. Recipients of this year’s awards have made outstanding contributions that impact overall SAP sales and pipeline-generation goals.

“We are honoured to be recognized by SAP for our leadership in supporting diversity. Our business is about building an outstanding and intellectually curious team which is constantly seeking better solutions to our customers’ problems,” said Chris Gunter, CEO G3G. “Diversity makes our organization sharper, more innovative, more creative, and more productive. Through our diversity we ignite employee engagement and stimulate creative thinking. We are committed to outstanding customer service by creating the best environment to attract and retain the best talent from the broadest talent pool.”

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SAP Unveils S/4HANA (SAP Business Suite for HANA)

Posted by Andrew Borresen

Wed, Feb 4, 2015

Yesterday, SAP made what I believe is one of its most exciting announcements since its' client server release of R/3 in 1992 - S/4HANA. You can read the press release here, but I’ve summarised more simply below.

Firstly, what is S/4HANA? 

Many of us have already heard of SAP HANA in various contexts, most likely as an in-memory database platform.

S/4HANA is the 4th generation of the well-known, core SAP Business Suite (ERP, CRM etc) that was first released back in 1979 as R/2.

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TechTuesdays: SAP 'Personas' and Back Again: Received Wisdom

Posted by Patrick Regan

Tue, Feb 3, 2015

Welcome back Tech fans to the third instalment of our look at SAP Screen Personas series. Following on from our first foray into the technicalities of Personas, this week I'll be summing up some key messages on how to approach a project of this sort.

Firstly, do some research; there is a lot of good material on the web, so have a good look around and get a feel for what Personas actually is, what it can do and what it can’t – this ‘getting started collection’ will get you off the ground. There is also a very good user support forum where experienced and friendly fellow users are happy to lend a helping hand if they can.

REMEMBER - Personas  is a serious product, used to deliver real value added solutions, and like any other IT endeavour, it requires planning, technical expertise, good technical support and end user cooperation to ensure a successful outcome.

There’s a lot to learn but the 3 key steps to a successful project in my experience are:

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Topics: Technical

5 Reasons Why SAP Really is for Everyone

Posted by James Nuttall

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

Having worked for and consulted within many companies that run SAP's ERP and having worked with the software for the majority of my career, I have one really big ‘pet gripe’. Whenever I talk to customers, colleagues or even friends, there is this misconception that SAP is only useful for large companies with deep pockets. Wrong.

While SAP’s ERP delivers great and wonderful integrated technologies for the Unilevers, Sonys and Deloittes of this world; it would be a gross understatement to say it stopped there. SAP is flexible and scalable, especially with the growth of the cloud and HANA solutions, and is genuinely targeted at smaller firms too.

The numbers don’t lie either: SAP has an 18.1% market share of small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMB). When you compare that to Sage (7.3%) and Microsoft (6.2%), then clearly a lot of SMBs are realising the value of an SAP ERP to help them grow.

If that wasn’t enough, then here are my top five reasons why you really can run SAP:

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Topics: Opinion

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