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ELLipse versus SAP R/3

ELLipse versus SAP R/3

ELLipse versus SAP R/3

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Hi All,
Does anyone have any views on the merits of Ellipse versus SAP R/3 or SAP IS-U; specifically in relation to asset and works management? I know this is a very general question so apologies but even a pointer to a site with such info would be greatly appreciated. I've searched the web but could find little info comparing the two systems.
Thanks,
dubuser

RE: ELLipse versus SAP R/3

You are right in that the question is very general, but fundamentally Ellipse is good for environments where maintenance and availability of equipment is your main challenge (mining, transport, defense, utilities, oil and gas), whereas SAP works better in manufacturing/finance intensive environments.

RE: ELLipse versus SAP R/3

On a lark, I went to this page and did a little research.  if you're really keen to read it do this:

Go here:

http://world.altavista.com/

Enter the web address above into the "Translate Web Page" field, select Russian to English and go.

It presented me a page in English - don't know how good a translation it is though :)

Steve

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