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Agile SAP: Mission Impossible?

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Applying Agile to the world of SAP projects, well that is an impossible mission. Right? Lots of die hard SAP people still believe so. Even so described by the ASAP project approach. I personally feel that this is going to change very soon, just as SAP projects are changing rapidly with all the possibilities that SAP NetWeaver as business process platform is offering.

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