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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I suggest you speak to victims of SAP, and you'll find they utterly regret installing SAP.
    The Other Name won't pass my kbd's lips...
    • Well, since we are a Windows(desktop)/Linux(server) shop, if they go with the Microsoft solution half the infrastructure team will quit.

      Microsoft are certainly cheaper though. :)

      The reason the others got knocked out of the race is simply that their offerings weren't integrated enough.

      The final 4 were SAP, Microsoft, Oracle and another company that has bought a number of other smaller ERP vendors.

      Both Oracle and the other guys were culled on the basis that their stuff was all disparate systems bundled together, they didn't have the level of integration that we needed.