SAP and Sybase have teamed up to combine SAP's Business One offerings with Sybase's Database Management System for small and medium-size enterprises.
The software companies plan to use the partnership to increase penetration in key vertical markets, including financial services, healthcare, insurance and telecoms.
The agreement centres on merging SAP's entry-level Business One product with Sybase's Adaptive Server Enterprise relational database management system.
SAP and Sybase will also develop and market Sybase mobile offerings for SAP Business One customers. The combined offering will be sold through SAP's worldwide distribution channels.
"Sybase technology is well respected across the world, and offers our customers another attractive database infrastructure for SAP Business One," said Leo Apotheker, executive board member at SAP in Germany.
The agreement will begin commercially in the second quarter of 2004.
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