Two days ago I read a short article “Coming from Behind” on LinkedIn by brother Albert Sim. In it, he wrote that a salesperson has to be competitive. Even if someone won this time, we must not loose our spirit because we would have gained useful insight and experience to […]
SAP Business One Innovation Summit APJ 2015, 2 – 4 March 2015, Bangkok, Thailand LIVE UPDATES: 3 March 2015: 1o:20 am: A Gold Partner of SAP, MTC offers industry-specific application on SAP Business One for the agriculture and food industry. From Farm to Table, Michael shared a successful experience with […]
My awesome colleagues at Blue Ocean Systems. This photo was taken before the start of the SAP Business One HANA event organized jointly with SAP Singapore and IBM Singapore in Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay on 5 June 2013. View more photos taken at the event here: SAP Business One HANA […]
Blue Ocean Systems, SAP Singapore and IBM Singapore jointly organized the SAP Business One HANA Business Event on 5 June 2013 at Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay. Some photos taken at the event… ENJOY! 🙂
SAP HANA is a flexible, multi-purpose, data-source-agonistic, in-memory appliance that combines SAP software components optimized on hardware provided, and delivered, by SAP’s leading hardware partners. HANA is a name not an acronym. It has been called variously an acronym for HAsso’s New Architecture (a reference to SAP’s founder Hasso Plattner) […]
BOS conducting SAP Business One and iVend Retail user training at Lifeline Corporation Pte Ltd on April 9, 2013.
Defining SAP Business One in 100 words: Designed exclusively for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), SAP Business One is a single, affordable business management solution that integrates the entire business across financials, sales, customers and operations. Combining with additional applications (Apps) offering industry-specific capabilities, SAP Business One can adapt to […]
PM Lee in his May Day message calls for Singaporeans to raise productivity. Indeed this is the only way to sustain better wages for Singaporeans. As long as we can get cheap labour easily, I don’t think we will think about raising productivity. Our government therefore is right to cut […]