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2 responses to “Product Review: Inside SAP’s Line-of-Business OnDemand Strategy”

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  2. Chuck Schaeffer

    SAP Business ByDesign seems to be up against a perfect storm of offering a not yet mature product, without the benefit of third party add-ons or an eco-system, and buyers reluctant to put back office data in the cloud. Certainly there brand and reputation will aid their go to market, but this may be a very slow penetration.