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Is SAP a database server?
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SAP is not a database server but an ERP Software. It is enterprise resource planning software developed by the German company SAP SE. SAP ERP incorporates the key business functions of an organization. The latest version (SAP ERP 6.0) was made available in 2006. The most recent Enhancement Package (EHP8) for SAP ERP 6.0 was released in 2016.
Business Processes included in SAP ERP are Operations (Sales & Distribution, Materials Management, Production Planning, Logistics Execution, and Quality Management), Financials (Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Supply Chain Management), Human Capital Management (Training, Payroll, e-Recruiting) and Corporate Services (Travel Management, Environment, Health and Safety, and Real-Estate Management).
SAP BW consultant
SAP is a German company. It builds a lot of things, but basically it’s an ecosystem built around their main product, the SAP ERP.
You don’t hear much about SAP, even if it’s the 3rd software company in the world (after Microsoft and Oracle) because they don’t build consumer software. The SAP ERP is a software aimed for medium and big companies.
This software (the ERP) allows a company to record and manage all their activity (purchasing, sales, human resources, maintenance, production, finance etc.). The software is very complex and and very flexible, and can be customized to the necessity of each business. So all the operations of the company have to be imputed in SAP, and then SAP is routing everything to accounting.
Example: you have ordered some product from a vendor. The truck comes to the warehouse. You enter in SAP the goods receipt (that you received x tones of product). This information is routed in the same time to different modules in SAP:
works at SAP
As someone who has been in the SAP world for a while – meaning I have configured it, managed implementation projects for both consultancies and end clients – and have sold it.
I can only talk about what I perceive to be its strong points (though I did start out as an Oracle guy on an old tool called Oracle Designer 2000, a CASE tool).