Thank god for covid...
Otherwise the only other conclusion for a 28bn valuation crash would be no-ones interested in paying for your products.
A bumpy 2020 has hit SAP boss Christian Klein in the pocket, wiping millions of euros from his pay packet. The exec, who took over as sole CEO after a brief shared tenure with Jennifer Morgan, received €2.19m for the year that included a resizing of the company's outlook and a 23 per cent or €28bn crash in its value, some of …
We are in the middle of a conversion to SAP.
If I had to be bluntly honest about why I think we are adopting SAP, it was mainly because our accountants didn't like our old (but functional) software, I got the impression they just thought SAP experience would look good on their CVs long-term.
Otherwise, the highly expensive (mostly consultants day rate) over a couple of years, has basically reintroduced our previous functionality in a different UI, with a couple of fancy reports overlaid.
Personally, I cannot be arsed with either. Both let me put stock in a revision controlled structure and create paperwork to ship it out of the door.
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