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i dont think there could be any worse news tbh and they think they can do it for a budget of 150k HAHA using one technical person (me) and two developers that have never even been anywhere near it are going to do it all aparantly
lol. unlucky mate. company i work for have just transfered to it. i have had literally no work for 5-6 weeks becasue no material is coming out of stores. management however, seem to think its been a roaring success. not to sure where they got that from.
so no, dont support it. the system we used before (cant remember the name of it) was complex, but it worked. re-inventing the wheel ftl tbh...
Jeezuz m8 - you're in for a rocky time! We've had it in the sister company here for about 3 years and they are still ironing out major issues. The impression I get is that if you buy SAP, install SAP and use SAP straight out of the 'box' - you'll be fine. Try to tweak it for your own use..... oh dear.
I think they've gone through at least two support partners in trying to get it working right.
yeah.... enjoy... - i did sap tech support for a large bank and it was probably the biggest pain in my life. took far too long to actually get anywhere or do anything useful and maintaining it was a pain in the ass.
Our company is implementing SAP worldwide and I am just going through 'wave 2' of the whole process. From what I have done so far it looks very impressive, even if it is 20 odd years old. It beats using AS400 that's for sure.
Mind you, we will have around 30 consultants on site plus my service desk team so it's all good.