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What exactly is SAP?

What exactly is SAP?

What exactly is SAP?

(OP)
Please explain to me what exactly SAP is. Is it a company or a technology? If someone manages SAP, are they using a specific vendor product or do many vendors have SAP solutions?

Thanks for the help!

RE: What exactly is SAP?

For are start, Google and Wikipedia are your friends,
e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAP

Pay special attention to the first three lines in section 'In computing and technology'

RE: What exactly is SAP?

(OP)
Thank you for that.

RE: What exactly is SAP?

Do you know any system as complex as SAP?
Me - no.... I tink it is the most difficult to understand subject.

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RE: What exactly is SAP?

There are lots of systems that are complex, what are you struggling with?

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RE: What exactly is SAP?

simply speaking, SAP is a complicated system to support all operations, including Finance, Manufacturing, Logistics, etc, of an enterprise.

In addition, SAP represents a standardized sophisticated business operation. Implementing SAP is a kind of reengineering of a company.

RE: What exactly is SAP?

Hi,

There has been a evolution of systems for handling planning for manufacturing...

Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manufacturing_resource_planning
 

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