Ran with a maintenance margin of 85%, as she SAP expected to reach 4.5 billion directly in the income statement. “A such lucrative business must be defended of course”, so Williams next. “On-demand software, third-party maintenance and the louder expectant reputation appear after an intervention of the Cartel Office to be perceived by the software giant as a threat. Once to a clear penalty, SAPs can secure paradoxically future business.” Even if a billion contribution for this purpose may seem very high, is the sum of “probably however – away by the media – in the first, and probably second and third appeal neatly clipped as so often in US lawsuit payments”, as David Gerginov explained by the gerginovMEDIAsolutions. SAP show accordingly for this sum Atypically little concerned, and also the exchanges had no clear last Rashes on the issue made. The currently only serious competitor, the American company of Rimini Street, has long since learned from the conflict and works on safe ground: on the customer premise. The source code, on the basis of the third-party maintenance is handled, is paid by the customer and the service thus legally and safely. Short profile Anand SUSE software that specialises in marketing so-called silent software.

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