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Old 03-03-2008, 06:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My company has a simple SAP solution. How do I get it on my Blackberry? Do i need some kind of SAP viewer or what is the solution?
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Old 03-03-2008, 09:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Simple SAP?
An oxymoron.
I don't believe there are any SAP viewers.....
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Nope at this point there is no solution for SAP.

I am a technical SAP consultant myself.

Any other fellow SAP'ers out there that work with the product on a technical (Basis) level?
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Old 03-03-2008, 07:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Nope at this point there is no solution for SAP.

I am a technical SAP consultant myself.

Any other fellow SAP'ers out there that work with the product on a technical (Basis) level?
Well, I am not an SAP Consultant, however I work for a global company that just installed SAP to all the locations in the US (about 105 locations and about 70K users). I am the National Logistics Manager and have been heavily involved with the MM module side from rollout to full on support for the last 3 years. Initially, I would say it was a serious pain...but now, I definitely stand by SAP and have found 99% of all issues wind up being user error. I would say it isn't the most user friendly enterprise system out there, but once you really understand how it all fits together, it isn't bad.

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G'day,

There is no need for any aftermarket software on the BlackBerry.

Check out 3i - Consulting

All the SAP access you need from BlackBerry with no additional footprint in your BlackBerry landscape.

Have fun,
Mark
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