By Mark Dexter
11th December 2010

Alan Bowling, chairman of the UK & Ireland SAP User Group, welcomed the participation of Jim Hagemann Snabe, co-CEO of SAP.

"This is a great coup for the user group and the first time we've had the company's CEO participate at our conference. To us, it's a great sign that SAP really wants to get closer to its users and values our contributions and thoughts," he said.

Key points:

  • 38% of the Business Object community survey respondents did not feel SAP was meeting their needs
  • Only 12% of customers are using Business Objects and SAP together
  • Research has shown 83% of IT directors want better foresight into product roadmaps from their vendors

Full article: Computer Weekly

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