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Infographic: Is Your SAP EIM Environment Running on Bald Tires?

In a few recent blog posts, we talked about the survey we did with ASUG of SAP professionals. Now, let's dive into the data a little deeper.

In the infographic below, we dissect some of the results and what they mean to all types of organizations. Click the image below to open a full-size version that you can download!

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For more, you can read the full white paper, Cruising Along the Information Superhighway, or watch a webinar recording where we discuss these results: Building a Better Information Engine.

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