Created on Wed Sep 02 2020 23:25:33 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
SAP has one of the lowest accuracy rates on what is stays to customers.
Companies like IBM, Deloitte, Infosys parrot what SAP says, but just want SAP services sales.
IT media and IT analysts are paid by SAP to repeat SAP's marketing and to rank them highly in Magic Quadrants, etc..
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We provide the real story on open source SAP, and are not trying to sell SAP or SAP services.
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SAP is a factory of exaggerated claims, and it is nearly impossible to find independent verification of what SAP says. Many "independent" sources are not independent at all. Most SAP project managers pretend to represent their clients, but are tools for SAP.
Conflicts of Interest
Gartner does not list open source in its magic quadrants, only vendors based upon open source (for instance Cloudera). If a technology has no vendor attached, then Gartner does not cover the alternative -- because Gartner must be able to shake down a vendor.
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IT Media and IT Analysts
SAP distributes a large amount of money to IT media and IT analysts. IT media is primarily owned by conglomerates that seek to maximize profits and don't care what is true. Gartner/Forrester/IDC also only exist to maximize profits -- and SAP is the high bidder.
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We research open SAP, and provide observations that IT analysts like Gartner, Forrester or IDG never would. We have been the only entity to call out many areas of SAP -- with our coverage of HANA and S/4HANA breaking with the pack, and being proven correct.
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Our accuracy in SAP prediction is unparallelled. To make the appropriate investments in SAP, companies need accurate information that is free of either SAP's influence, or of the influence of quotas designed to sell consulting services, or of direct payments as in the case of IT media and IT analysts.