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2013-05-14 23:24:51

ContentLink integrates KOMpliance WORM tamperproof Storage Bensheim, Germany & Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) May 14, 2013 PBS Software GmbH, a leading provider of add-on software solutions for Information Lifecycle Management with SAP® in the areas of data archiving, extraction, and storage, and KOM Networks, a leading provider of storage management solutions for compliant data protection and retention, announced today the integration of PBS ContentLink, a lean interface between SAP...

2013-05-09 23:51:40

Innovapptive Inc., an SAP certified ® partner and an SAP Mobile Apps Partner, announced the release of SAP certified ® Mobile apps for Universal Approvals and release of purchase orders and purchase requisitions. These mobile apps are part of Innovapptive´s mPower HR and mPower Supply Chain suite and will be showcased at the upcoming Sapphire Now and ASUG Annual conference. Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 08, 2013 Innovapptive Inc., an SAP certified® partner and a SAP Mobile Apps...

2013-03-14 23:03:42

Along with customers, McCormick & Company, Collier County, and Johnson Controls, Inc., Dolphin has been selected to present five educational sessions at the SAPinsider conferences in Las Vegas, March 19-22, 2013. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and San Jose, California (PRWEB) March 14, 2013 Dolphin is proud to announce that three of its customers, Robbin Anthony, McCormick & Company, Jane M. McDonald, Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court, and Sreenadh Kundurthy, Johnson Controls,...


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