Category Archives: SAP

Change management from a coral’s perspective

We can never under estimate the value of change management in leading projects to success. Continue reading

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Self-Service and Mobility and an EPT

After starting this blog a few weeks ago, I have to admit, I’m addicted to checking my blog stats. It’s become a personal challenge to myself to see if I can draw more readers today than I did yesterday. I … Continue reading

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When Self-Service isn’t

It happens every year, somewhere around the time employees get there W-2’s.  The call comes in, “I moved back in May and forgot to update my tax information. Can you change it and reissue the W-2?” Around here, our payroll … Continue reading

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SAP makes a strong offering

If you take a look at last years ‘Magic Quadrant‘ report from Gartner, you see that ERP vendors such as SAP and Oracle are firmly in the challengers box when compared to vendors like Kenexa and Taleo.  If you look … Continue reading

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Early Adoption

I own an Apple Newton.  Ever heard of it?  It was the tablet PDA that Apple produced back in the early 90’s.  I got mine in 1993.  It was great, it could recognize my hand writing, which is a feat … Continue reading

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