Orange, CA (PRWEB) January 4, 2006
Based on 300 user interviews split between existing R/3 users and early adopters to NetWeaver, this comprehensive report provides an insightful look into early adopters of SAP's NetWeaver platform and their experiences regarding scalability, integration, usability, and emerging set of best practices.
This report provides invaluable insights into what the profile of SAP NetWeaver customers is quickly emerging as, compares SAP NetWeaver with Web Services, and defines Service Oriented Architecture insights from this exclusive set of users spoken with. Applications used today and users' roadmaps for the futures are defined here in detail, and there are recommendations for companies who are considering the NetWeaver platform. The momentum of SAP's partnerships' efforts are also explained succinctly and to the level anyone evaluating NetWeaver needs to know. The bottom line is that if you compete with, are considering purchasing, or are interested in what SAP NetWeaver early adopters are thinking, buy this report.
Specific insights include:
- For many NetWeaver adopters, scaling across a global value chain is the vision that is accomplishable yet difficult. Issues of complex integration with legacy systems, internal political battles, licensing issues with SAP and concerns about security all make this strategy stay in vision versus reality status.
- Consumer Products and Chemicals are the two verticals leading the SAP R/3 customer base in adopting NetWeaver. Healthcare, Higher Education & Research, Insurance and Life Sciences are lagging relative to all other verticals SAP competes in.
- Existing SAP customers are 70% more likely to be early adopters of NetWeaver than non-SAP accounts. SAP is being successful in its upsell strategy to existing accounts.
- Even the most loyal SAP customers are using NetWeaver the majority of time outside their firewalls. For many of the early adopters, NetWeaver is the foundation for internal processes that are secure already and have strong ROI associated with them.
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