SAP: Inside the Secret Software Power

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
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In this riveting tell-all book, an international technology reporter takes an in-depth and penetrating look at SAP's founders, employees, customers, critics, competitors, and strategies. He profiles the company's meteoric rise in a real-life tale of power and intrigue that critics have called "as thrilling as a crime novel . . . the success story of a kamikaze team with lots of juicy insights."

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Contents

StartupLeaving IBMs OpenPlan Office
3
Growth PhaseWe Learned with
18
Products Services and Markets
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Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Meissner is a veteran journalist who covers information technology for leading American and German media.

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