SAP (Systems, Applications and Products) is a German multinational software company that provides enterprise software for managing business processes and customer relationships. It is one of the world’s largest enterprise software companies and has a strong presence in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) market.

SAP’s software is used by a wide range of companies, including small and medium-sized enterprises, large multinational corporations, and public sector organizations. SAP’s software helps companies manage their financial, human resources, supply chain, and other business functions.

Some of the related technologies that are commonly used in conjunction with SAP are:

Databases: SAP software typically relies on a database to store and manage data. Databases commonly used with SAP include Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and IBM DB2.

Operating systems: SAP software typically runs on servers that use operating systems such as Windows, Linux, or Unix.

Middleware: SAP software is often integrated with other systems and applications via middleware, i.e. software that acts as a bridge between different systems. Examples of middleware commonly used with SAP include IBM WebSphere and Microsoft BizTalk.

Business intelligence (BI) tools: SAP software often includes business intelligence (BI) tools that help companies analyze and evaluate their data. Some of the BI tools commonly used with SAP are SAP BusinessObjects and Microsoft Power BI.

Overall, SAP is a powerful tool that helps companies manage and optimize their business operations and improve decision-making.

BITS experts have used SAP in a wide range of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.



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