SAP kisses and makes up with user group over licence resistance

Charlee Gothard
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Fury of 2012 event avoided as chairman states amends have been made

The chairman of SAP UK and Ireland's user group today admitted that his fears over the company's approach to licensing measures were "probably worse than the reality". After imploring SAP to com...

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