Rapid-Deployment Solution Enables SAP Mobile Sales App

— August 27, 2012

Ideaca, an SAP channel partner and SAP services partner, announced the release of its Ideaca rapid-deployment solution for the SAP mobile sales application. Ideaca’s solution is an SAP-qualified rapid-deployment solution that combines SAP software and content with fixed-price and scope implementation services from Ideaca.

The solution supports iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Windows mobile devices and allows clients to achieve benefits in an estimated six to eight weeks. The solution provides sales representatives with real-time information and provides access to the SAP customer relationship management (SAP CRM) application, which can be utilized by users to securely execute lead-to-quote-to-order processes on their smart phones, tablets or laptops, online or

Rapid-deployment solutions are ready-to-use combinations of best-in-class software, pre-configured content and pre-defined services that have been specifically tailored to industries or line-of-business needs, with a fixed price and implementation timeframe.

They offer a quick, cost-effective method for standardizing processes and adopting the latest technology innovations with fewer migration risks. The average timeframe for a typical deployment is less than 90 days, which helps customers lower the cost of implementation and speed time to value, while retaining the flexibility to extend the solution wherever needed.

Rapid-deployment solutions allow partners to extend their SAP coverage beyond ERP into new areas, such as line-of-business and industry-specific solutions or innovation areas. They enable partners to approach dormant accounts with a modular, yet integrated solution.


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