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Old 06-05-2008, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone looked into specializing in this solution? If you know anything about SAP then you know SAP = $$$.

It looks like CRM is just the first solution they're releasing, the rest of the SAP suite is soon to follow.

I'm curious if any of the other BES admins are thinking about ways to get into this space?
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SAP does equal alot of $$$, but it also eats alot of time too, we are actually working with SAP to beta test the new CRM solution, but the beta wont even be available for full blown testing until this fall. Also remember, you have to run at least CRM 6 on the back end, they prefer you use CRM 2007 of course. Also the rest of the SAP Suite is still up in the air at this point, they want to see how CRM goes over first and then let the customers decide on what they need.

I work for a company that has one of the largest SAP installs in North America, and let me just say, it isnt that easy to play around with.

My 2 Cents. And yes I would get into it myself.

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