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Systemanalyse

und
Programmentwicklung

Stephanie
Enciso


Eugene
Krick

III

Albert Mora

David
Rugwe

Jessica Sweet



F
ormer
IBM engineers


Weinheim

and Mannheim in Germany


Vision: to develop standard application software for
real
-
time data processing


First financial accounting system completed (R/1)


R/2 was developed to link external


databases
and communication
systems


IPO
in Germany


IPO in USA on NYSE


R/3 released which was a client
-
server ERP


mySAP.com allows employees, customers, suppliers, and
other business partners to work together from anywhere


Netweaver’s

first release



SAP begins work with
Microsoft


1996
-

internet strategy with Microsoft introduced


Dell’s unsuccessful SAP implementation


Magic word used by Dell CIO about problem?


Dell begins piecing together an ERP system


Nestle… Success?


6
years and $210 million




29
prices for
vanilla from the same vendor

Monolithic


SAP’s
ERP implementation failure rate over 50%


SAP along with others failed to immediately see the
internet as an important tool


Acquired Top Tier Software


Dotcom bubble crash


Small companies
fail


Stability of SAP


Invested in
mySAP





Service Oriented Architecture


“Well
-
defined
business functions as a service”


Allows systems to be connected through web services


Web services


Standardized way of applications

using
the

XML,

SOAP,

WSDL

and

UDDI over an
Internet

protocol

backbone.



Customer Relationship Management (CRM)


Maximizing customer satisfaction, and strategic decision
making


Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)


Supports product related processes


Supplier Relationship Management(SRM)


Anticipate and reduce procurement costs


Supply Chain Management (SCM)


Improving the way your company finds the raw components it
needs to make a product or service and deliver it to customers


Mid
-
sized
businesses


Includes
a package
of
applications :



ERP, CRM, SRM, BI,
ect
.


Purpose:


Drive business growth, Build and maintain operational
excellence, Optimize financial performance, and Connect
partners within the headquarters.


Small
-
sized
businesses


Product
contains applications such as:


Integrated
financial management, CRM, BI, and
Warehouse
and
Production
management


Allowed small and mid
-
sized businesses the
opportunity to use “world
-
class applications”


customer outsourced their hardware but purchased
licenses from software vendors


Outsource
both hardware and software to a third
party, paying for the hardware and service on a
need basis


EX: used by
mySAP

All
-
in
-
One, Siebel, and SalesForce.com inc.


Application Server


Business Warehouse



Master Data Management


Process Orchestration


Portal


SAP Auto
-
ID Infrastructure


Business Intelligence



Exchange Infrastructure (XI)


Information Lifecycle Management





Adaptive Computing


Controller



Composition Environment



Developer Studio



Visual Composer



SAP Solution
Manager






Enterprise Search



Single Sign
-
On





In addition to SAP, which other well
-
established enterprise applications and
software makers were focusing on the same
market segments?


Retek


PeopleSoft


JD Edwards


Siebel


Great
Plains
Software


Navision


Groove Networks


Sybari

Software


Frontbridge

Technologies.


Gluecode

Software


PureEdge

Solutions


Ascential

Software

Table 1
Worldwide Vendor Revenue Estimates for Total AIM Software, 2010
(Millions of U.S. Dollars)
Vendor
2010 Shares
2010 (%)
2009 Shares
2009 (%)
IBM
5,759.0
32.6
5,034.6
30.6
Oracle (incl. BEA)
2,995.7
17.0
2,662.9
16.2
Microsoft
875.4
5.0
768.7
4.7
Software AG
601.0
3.4
472.0
2.9
Tibco
502.0
2.8
417.9
2.5
Others
6,913.7
39.2
7,087.00
43.1
Total
17,646.85
100.0
16,443.08
100.0
Source: Gartner (April 2011)

Only one code base to develop and manage


Every enhancement is available to all market
sectors



Produce and improve products that make them
more directly applicable to key verticals


Collaborate with an ecosystem of solution
developers, partners, and customers in order to
provide a “complete solution” to customers



Facilitates customer interaction in a "safe" environment to
connect, learn, share and in general expand and grow peer
and professional networks



Co
-
innovation


Value
-
management


Collaboration



183,000 customers


More than 11,000 partners


Over 1,200 SAP solutions and over 600 partner solutions


199 subsidiaries


In 2011,
more
than 1.3 million corporate and individual
members



Third party software maintenance firm that supported
products from PeopleSoft


Counter
-
move to Oracle’s recent acquisition of
PeopleSoft


Would attempt to get customers to switch from
PeopleSoft to SAP applications


Partly successful because of the confusion behind
numerous Oracle acquisitions


More than 200 companies migrated


TN/SAP guilty of copyright infringement by stealing
materials and support off of Oracle’s
customer website




World’s leading BI software company


Combined
customer base and market share placed
SAP as the leader of BI since 2007



Processes all transactions in memory instead of I/O
to storage disks


Processes millions of lines of data in microseconds


Reduces hardware and maintenance costs




SAP 24%
-

Oracle 18%
-

Microsoft 11%
-

Other 47% (
2010)


7
% decrease from
2009


All
three main vendors declined in ERP sector


0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
SAP
Oracle
Microsoft
Other
2009
2010

SAP leader in ERP and BI in
2010


SAP
23%
-

Oracle 16%
-

IBM 12%
-

Microsoft 9% (
2010)


Slight
increase from 2009




0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
SAP
Oracle
Microsoft
IBM
ERP
BI

Very good year for SAP in 2011


Revenue up $6.7
Billion
and net income up
$2.6
Billion
since 2006

12.4

15

16.1

15.3

16.7

19.06

2.47

2.8

2.6

2.56

2.43

5.093

0
5
10
15
20
25
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Revenue
Net Income
-20.00%
0.00%
20.00%
40.00%
60.00%
80.00%
100.00%
120.00%
SAP
ORCL
MSFT
IBM
Revenue
Net Income
Market Cap

Very significant increase in growth rate percentage (net
income) in 2011 compared to other top tier vendors


Increase revenue by 14%, net income by 110%, market
capitalization

by
42%


Supports



Business intelligence


Analytics


In
-
memory
-
technology


In
-
memory
analytics and bi
-
directional Microsoft
Excel
integration


Mobile
device
support


A
user interface that incorporates Microsoft’s
Silverlight technology on the desktop. Silverlight
also makes a tighter connection to
Office


Single
and multi
-
tenancy support








Go mobile to make your business run faster or
smoother



Netweaver
mobile 7.1 (earlier
version
)


Sybase Unwired platform


Used by IT Organizations to extend applications,
data and process to mobile workers not connected
to company network



Over the air device management


Application
design
tools


Synchronization
middleware which allows mobile
devices to interoperate as part of company business
process





Sybase
Unwired can be categorized as a mobile enterprise
application platform provided by SYBASE that extends the
backend systems to the front end mobile devices.


Motorola MC75


Complex applications


Supported
by windows operating
system


High amount of data flowing in and out of device


Used by field technicians and customer service reps


Uses Netweaver mobile


Blackberry, iPhone


Run on thin clients


One to two screens and minimum amount of data flows around


Designed to use Sybase unwired Platform


Business Application Programming Interface (BAPI) brings data
from the backend applications to the Netweaver middleware.


Data is then flown into the mobile device by the help of the
distribution logic feature of the Netweaver 7.1


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