a guest post by: Chris Thorman, Senior Marketing Manager of Software Advice (www.SoftwareAdvice.com)
This post comes from Software Advice CEO Don Fornes, a web site that reviews manufacturing software systems.
Throughout its existence, SAP has been known as an enterprise-class applications vendor – one that sells only to really big companies. At the same time, SAP has attempted – through marketing, channels and development – to move “down market” into the realm of small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs). Today, that strategy has resulted in a portfolio of software solutions that might need some explaining. I’ll give it a try.
Before we dig into the SAP portfolio, it’s important to understand a few things about the SME market: Continue reading