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SAP Business One, the newest product of SAP to hit the SMB community is making a lot of noise and raising a lot of interest among IT professionals and non-IT professionals alike. In this blog I?ll cover some common questions and provide insight on SAP Bus



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Choosing Service Providers

Sun, 26 Aug 2007 07:51:48 GMT

It has been said numerous times that if a particular business process is not your competency then the way to go is to outsource it. Most decision makers agree to it. However, reality is that it is not a question of whether to outsource it or not but to whom should the company give the job to. Both small and large companies claim expertise on particular business processes, but do they really? How will we know that these third party service and knowledge providers do know what we are suppose



A year after

Tue, 21 Aug 2007 21:22:25 GMT

It is almost a year since I left the task of running the SAP B1 training and education side of the business to a more able person. As much as I wanted to still do it there are quite a few pressing things that I needed to sort out first. Anyway, that does not mean that I can no longer write about it. I keep in touch with my former boss regularly and I am elated by the progress that they have accomplished. The training classes are still conducted on a weekly basis and they have partnered with



In Limbo

Tue, 14 Aug 2007 02:54:35 GMT

I have been in limbo for quite some time. One way or another though I have to go back and write again. Writing gives me a sense of accomplishment like no other. But a close friend of mine has commented that my blogs are too preachy and long. So be it -- will keep it short and sweet then. Steam in a pressure cooker is let out to allow excess pressure to escape. The vent weight in the lid is the designed feature for this. And if it gets jammed there is a back-up release mechanism in the form of a



Careers after SAP Business One Training (1/4)

Thu, 25 May 2006 09:34:34 GMT

I am always thrown the question "What will become of me after taking up training in SAP Business One?". Another killer question is this... "Will you hire me after I take the training?" From the above queries, it is obvious that there are some misconceptions on how a training class works and it is still not clear as to what benefit or purpose a training course offers. As Training Administrator for SAP Business One I feel compelled to shed some light on the topic so I will atte



Should I take SAP R3 or SAP B1 Training?

Mon, 22 May 2006 09:05:05 GMT

Which training is better to take SAP R3 or Business One (B1)?" The answer actually is dependent on two areas of consideration namely; 1) Relevance, and 2) Cost.



Get trained on SAP Business One

Wed, 10 May 2006 06:55:55 GMT

In order to get the desired result whether a new career, higher compensation, upgraded skills or just to satisfy your curiosity, still, the first step is to get trained and educated.



SAP Business One Training??? Isn't that the same as R/3?

Sun, 30 Apr 2006 08:03:03 GMT

On a monthly basis I invite both IT and non-IT professionals, entrepreneurs from varied industries and MBA graduates to our "career orientation". Said event is an info-session wherein I discuss our company background and business relations with SAP, the market realities and the demands for SAP Consultants specifically Business One. It is also in said venue that I get to talk about our training programs for individuals who would like to get educated on SAP Business O