Indirect Access Articles

How to Take a MultiDimensional Approach to SAP Indirect Access
Executive Summary Indirect access is often presented as if it is a legitimate way to charge a customer. This is ...
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The Problem with the Judge's Ruling on the SAP Diageo Case
Executive Summary The judgment of the UK court for SAP vs Diageo made little sense upon reading the summary. Problematic areas ...
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How to Understand SAP Indirect Access as an Abusive Relationship
Executive Summary The way that SAP uses indirect access against companies is abusive. Indirect access means engaging in high-pressure tactics ...
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Announcement of Research into SAP Indirect Access
What This Article Covers About the Research Research Form for Software Vendors Research Form for SAP Customers Introduction SAP's application ...
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An Analysis of JNC's Article on Indirect Access
Executive Summary JNC Consulting published an article on indirect access. We analyze the JNC Consulting article for accuracy. Introduction As I ...
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What is Type One Versus Type Two Indirect Access?
Executive Summary Indirect access is frequently covered without drawing a distinction between type 1 and type 2 indirect access. No ...
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ASUG's Biased and Inaccurate Coverage of SAP Indirect Access
Executive Summary ASUG provides consistently false information about indirect access. We cover why is it so problematic for so much ...
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How ASUG Lies About SAP Indirect Access
Executive Summary ASUG is a puppet of SAP that masquerades as a user group. ASUG's information provided on indirect access ...
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The Argument for Per Se Treatment of Indirect Access and SAP
Executive Summary Indirect access is illegal as represented by a legal explanation called "per se." To understand why it is ...
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Should Customers Charge Indirect Access Fees to SAP?
Executive Summary SAP charges customers indirect access for connecting to their systems. If SAP can charge customer's indirect access, then ...
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How to Understand SAP Indirect Access and US Antitrust Tying Arrangement Law
Executive Summary Indirect access is a claim brought by SAP that they can charge customers for any system that is ...
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