SAP and IBM join forces for local ERP market

May 2007
Manufacturers' Monthly;May2007, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports on the agreement between SAP Australia company and IBM Australia company concerning the use of SAP All-In-One enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in Australia. It was shown that IBM and its Business Partners will introduce the ERP software which will be marketed with the brand name IBM Express Solutions. In addition, the software also meets the business requirements set by the government.


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