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Digital Access and Passport – a good combination?

Measure or estimate? It is not quite clear how to finally get the right results of your Digital Access documents. Either way, the Note 2644139 from last year no longer applies. Now SAP1 says that the number of documents can be measured exactly according to the current Release and Support Package status, if…. Prerequisites for …

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Wer bei einer S/4HANA-Migration schlau vorgeht, kann viel Geld sparen. Die neue SAP Preis- und Konditionenliste bietet neue Anreize.

Changes in SAP’s List of Prices and Conditions 2019/7

SAP extends functional framework of S/4HANA licenses SAP’s Lists of Prices and Conditions (PKL) have always been impressive. The new version is no exception … but this time it delivers some pleasant surprises regarding the S/4HANA licenses! What will be changed by a S/4HANA migration? The current ECC system will only be maintained and further …

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Customers can hope for discounts, when they switch to SAP's Digital Access program

Important Updates From SAPPHIRE NOW Regarding SAP’s Digital Access Adoption Program (DAAP)

On Monday, May 6th, SAP announced its time-bound Digital Access Adoption Program (DAAP) with financial incentives for customers who choose to proactively license their Indirect Access based on their business-document consumption. Due to the importance of the subject, we also released a more detailed white paper which you can download here. What do you need …

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SAP Licenses: Which ones do I have? Which ones do I really need?

SAP Licenses: Which ones do I have? Which ones do I really need?

As a license manager you probably know this situation: You have a huge pool of licenses in your company, but in the end you always fall back on the familiar ones when buying new licenses. It’s almost a revolution when SAP standard licenses such as Worker or Management Self Service (MSS) are included in the …

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SAP announces fundamentally new approach to Indirect / Digital Access licensing

Walldorf, Germany. After months of speculation and on-again, off-again rumors, SAP has unveiled the biggest update yet to its widely discussed approach to ‘Indirect Access’ licensing. Responding to mounting pressure from global SAP User Groups and two recent antitrust lawsuits, SAP has reworked its licensing model to prioritize customer value. Customers can now actively monetize …

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After two antitrust complaints, SAP now has to present a third license model for indirect access.

Will there be a new license model for Indirect Access in 2019 … again?

At the end of last year voices were raised that the next SAP license model regarding Indirect Access is just around the corner. This suspicion was confirmed by some articles in trade press. Especially an article by Stefan Autengruber (License Ethics) with Peter Faerbinger’s commentary in the German “E-3 Magazin” makes you sit up and …

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SAP improves detection of Indirect Access

SAP improves detection of Indirect Access – How dangerous are their new notes?

As soon as the new year has begun, there are already news about Indirect Access. While optimizing our samQ tool, we came across two new SAP notes that will certainly be of interest to you… We are talking about the following two notes: 2657803 – Digital Access: central packages 2669358 – Preparation for Note 2657803 …

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A lot has happened this year in terms of Indirect Access.

Revisiting Indirect Access – What happened in 2018? What’s in store for 2019?

If you thought that following the German DSAG annual congress it was all smooth sailing and calm waters for customers, SAP might just have a surprise stocking stuffer for all of us. At DSAG it was announced that SAP was planning to put a hold on premature Indirect Access non-compliance claims based on the output …

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