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Old 03-29-2007, 02:16 AM   #1
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LXer: 'Boring' SAP dismisses open source threat

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Despite evidence of open source creep, Kagermann thinks it is still a database and OS-level model. He tackled the rise of open source in a recent interview with Computer Business Review. "It is an option for operating systems and databases but not at the business application level," he said. "There are no open source ERP products that are any good for the high end, although it could be argued that they could be developed for the low end."



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