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Microsoft Cozies Up to SAP via Capgemini

Microsoft and SAP have long had a funny little history of coopetition in the ERP market, the Duet combo of Microsoft Office and a SAP back end being one example. Well, now Microsoft is sneaking up on its bigger rival (in the ERP market, anyway) by doing a little end-around with Capgemini, which will help Microsoft software integrate with SAP's ERP stuf. 

Posted by Lee Pender on October 13, 2009 at 11:55 AM


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