Key factors for your successful SAP rollout to Asia
Learn which challenges, requirements and differences are crucial to be considered
Implementation of SAP roll-out in Asia is not an easy task. There are various things to be considered, including tax and local regulations as well as cultural differences that are crucial for the whole process and results! This article will provide you with guildlines to keep in mind for the successful implementation of your project.
5 Facts about Brazil's Nota Fiscal:
What you need to know about Brazil's Nota Fiscal for your SAP rollout
Brazil is one of the many countries that have heavily invested in their national tax system. Nota Fiscal Eletrônica, or e, which is used to register each transaction. In order to implement SAP rollouts, this complex system needs to be clarified.read more
6 Facts You Should Know If You are Planning an SAP Roll out to India
SAP ERP Rollouts to the BRICS Countries: India
Read about: What you should know about India's new simplified tax system, what the GST is, and what the new tax system's biggest challenges are.read more
Beating the Brexit Blues
Why subsidiary companies could be the answer
Brexit uncertainty has reached fever pitch in the UK in the run up to Christmas with MPs voting almost daily on motions threatening to bring down the government.
UK citizens are speechless as each twist and turn takes us further and further into the unknown. Everything is up for grabs from hard Brexit, soft Brexit to no Brexit at all.
So, while businesses STILL don’t know what is going to happen there have none the less been some moves to prepare. After all businesses that sell and buy from the EU need to have contingency plans in place which are flexible enough to cope with a wide range of outcomes.read more
The Golden Tax System in China:
Q&A with Tracy Zhou, CEO Acloudear: What is it and what are the main challenges?
Doing business in China is an attractive as well as a delicate endeavour. In fact, the differences in the political, legal and social systems influence all areas of business and force the players that serve this market to move carefully. In this respect, companies wanting to do business in China should definitely become familiar with the Golden Tax System (GTS).
The main questions are: What is the GTS actually about? And what are main challenges for your rollout to China? Read this Q&A with Tracy Zou, CEO of Acloudear, the United VARs member for China and a SAP partner for global implementation projects to China.
Systex joins United VARs and becomes the first member in Taiwan
Systex’s vision is to help organisations’ grow by optimising their business processes. However, as more and more clients are going global, the complexity involved in managing global teams in different geographical areas is a big challenge.read more
5 Countries, 5 Facts
Your SAP Roll-out to a BRICS country
BRICS is the acronym for the combined emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. They come from Asia, Africa, Europe and America, and are all members of the G20. Collectively they account for around 42% of the world’s population and around 26% of the world’s land mass. Analysts have speculated that by the year 2050, these five economies will be…read more
"It is impossible to offer ByD in the Russian market": What You Need to Know About ERP Integration in Russia
SAP ERP Rollouts to the BRICS Countries: Russia
As the Russian economy goes, so goes the ERP market in Russia. Over ten years ago, the general perception of the Russian IT market was that exceeding sales expectations there was not exactly a walk in the park when compared with Western markets. However, some sizable opportunities were waiting there. Later, in 2015, the Russian IT industry was considered to be one of the fastest growing markets, with 50% of ERP market share belonging to SAP.read more
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