Does SAP finally understood what Web and Mobile is? Is SAPUI5 going to be the future or a future fiasco?
I knew some people had done that before. I just could not find it. Maybe I just didn’t look hard enough. Anyway, this helped me understanding the big picture and in some way updates Max’s one. I hope it will help you too. If you find anything not quite right please let me know.
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That’s an interesting article, I especially love that part: “He knew that this was a moment in time in the software application wars where the best product simply didn’t matter, because everyone had resigned himself or herself to the fact that enterprise software just chronically under delivers on what the sales guy promises.” Well… I still believe the … Continue reading Hey you, enterprise software! You just chronically under deliver!
What a lead is not obvious to everyone, often it’s quite foggy what the difference between a lead and an opportunity is, lead is even confused with a prospect.
Leads does records a potential interest in purchasing a product or service, the interest is potential and in a lead neither the product nor the customer is necesseraly qualified. The main business partner assigned to the lead is usually a prospect. But a lead is not a prospect.
Click on the pic to see the full size version. Just a timeline of SAP CRM releases: ramp-up, general availability, and when maintenance end. As originally published on sapcrmnightmare.com Below the source data, sources: SAP official product availability matrix; for old releases sources are release notes and my personal memory.