Celonis secures $1 billion to improve process mining software
Celonis announced it secured a whopping $1 billion Series D funding amidst macroeconomic uncertainty. The process mining software company is now valued at $13 billion.
Celonis is not only Germany’s most valuable process mining software private company, but also the most valuable startup in Ne... Read more
SAP wants to offer a best of suite platform with S/4HANA, but still lacks adoption
SAP has been beating the drum for some time now with its "RISE with SAP". We were particularly curious to see whether that message is getting through to customers and what SAP now exactly means with RISE. The goal of RISE is that you can grow your organization by using SAP solutions, where S/4HANA ... Read more
SAP wants to raise prices, customers are concerned
SAP wants to increase the prices of cloud services by 3.3 percent per year. User association DSAG is concerned.
According to German newspaper Handelsblatt, SAP adjusted its customer contracts a few weeks back. Cloud service prices are expected to increase by 3.3 percent per year. That's a consid... Read more
OutSystems launches SAP integrations for low-code development
OutSystems became a member of SAP's PartnerEdge program. Its low-code platform now integrates with SAP S/4HANA and SAP NetWeaver to help SAP users develop low-code apps.
OutSystems' low-code platform now integrates directly with SAP S/4HANA and SAP NetWeaver. The integrations ensures interopera... Read more
‘SAP lags behind on migration to S/4HANA’
According to a Gartner study, SAP is lagging behind its migration from ECC to S/4HANA. "This is their last chance", said analyst Ilona Hansen.
SAP ECC is a popular on-premises ERP system. Gartner estimates that 70 percent of SAP's customers depend on the solution. That's a problem, as ECC will n... Read more
IBM migrates to SAP S/4HANA
IBM is working on one of the biggest SAP migrations of all time. The tech giant is moving its software-as-a-service and payment systems to S/4HANA, SAP's cloud ERP solution.
IBM has good reason to promote the project. The tech giant is one of the cloud providers offering services for S/4HANA mig... Read more
SAP Sapphire showcases sustainability, supply chain innovation and low-code development
SAP kicked off its Sapphire event in Orlando. During the opening keynote, the company focused on sustainability. In addition, there's a focus on improving supply chains and low-code and no-code application development through AppGyver, a solution acquired by SAP last year.
Christian Klein, SAP's... Read more
‘SAP wants to divest learning software Litmos’
SAP is considering the sale of SAP Litmos, a portfolio of training software.
According to Reuters, SAP wants to divest Litmos for roughly one billion dollars. The move is said to be part of a reorganization. SAP is shifting its portfolio and focussing on cloud services.
SAP acquired Litmos i... Read more
SAP certifies WebDAV in xSuite Archive Prism
SAP WebDAV is now supported by xSuite Archive Prism.
Archive Prism is a database management service for SAP ERP. Major SAP customers use the technology to archive data.
Joint customers often combine Archive Prism with SAP Information Lifecycle Management (ILM), a standalone solution that aid... Read more
‘SAP Fioneer’s largest investor is a charity’
The Hasso Plattner Foundation has the largest stake in SAP Fioneer, a controversial spin-off for the financial services industry. SAP Fioneer's shareholders are questioning the joint venture.
The Financial Times discovered that SAP founder Hasso Platner holds a major stake in joint venture SAP F... Read more