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What are the options to offer for a customer to create a proposal for a SAP

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am preparing a POC with the intention to sell to the client. There are 2 applications in development for this project (or program). The first project has ~11 Web Services (4 will be developed by my team, 9 should be available as SAP Enterprise Services). The second project will also have ~11 Web Services, but only 1 new and we will reuse 9 SAP Enterprise Services used before, reuse 1 built Web Services from the previous application and make small modifications on 2 of the built Web Services for the first application).

How do I present a proposal?

- How SAP would charge for the use of their Enterprise Web Services?

- What are the options that I would have for the built Web Services that I will reuse in the system?

Has anyone done something like this?

Thanks a lot,

HV

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  • Posted on Mar 16, 2009 at 02:26 PM

    Oh come on! This one is easy!......

    The farmer knows he cannot leave the fox with the chicken or the chicken with the corn unattended on either side of the river while transporting the third item. So here's how he does it.

    The farmer takes the chicken over first, leaving the fox with the corn.

    Then he goes back he takes the fox over next. But instead of leaving the fox and the chicken together while he goes back to get the corn, he takes the chicken back with him.

    He leaves the chicken on the side he started on and then takes the corn over.

    Leaving the corn and the fox, he goes back again to fetch the chicken. An now he got all three safely across!

    girn It's Monday. =)

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2009 at 04:14 PM

    Hugo,

    the cost for your project very much depends on the customers agreement with SAP. Usually there are two ways of pricing. It's either user based or server based. In most cases the customer would need an SAP licenses for every user connecting to the system. It may also be that your application needs a runtime license.

    To get this in detail the only option is to talk to your local SAP representative of the customer you want to serve.

    Regards,

    Benny

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