Together with many thousands of existing customers and hundreds of partners, not only first-class IT applications and solutions have been developed over the past 45 years, but also business, organizational and technical knowledge. This knowledge of the free and open SAP community is consolidated and published monthly and for over 15 years on the independent platform "E-3 Magazine".
The innovation, the knowledge, the solutions, the experience of the community are now in demand all over the world.
International SAP partners export their expertise through worldwide rollouts and send experienced consultants. This results in successful SAP projects worldwide.
Starting in October, E-3 Magazine will also play its part in providing information and education worldwide. We have built a unique, independent web portal for the global SAP community.
This website is clearly different from all other business and IT information sources on the web: e3zine.com is completely independent and everything we do is one hundred percent focused on the SAP user and existing customer.
Due to our decades of independence, we not only report on SAP success stories, but also on maintenance fees, licenses and SAP price lists from R/3 to S/4 with Hana.
We report on SAP NetWeaver and SolMan with just as much commitment and detail as we do on the Hana Cloud Platform (HCP).
There are no taboos and no tricks in e3zine.com coverage. The website will be the central contact point for every SAP topic: from NetWeaver Foundation for Third Party to S/4 Hana to Open Source. The e3zine website deals with every business, organizational and technical topic in affinity with SAP.
This gives readers a unique 360-degree view of their community. The open communication promotes and helps the SAP user.
For all members of the global SAP community, e3zine is a neutral and open platform for knowledge and information exchange. It is a network of local and global knowledge: Think global, act local.
e3zine.com is maintained by the well-known E-3 team and an English-speaking chief of staff. The content comes from the SAP community. There will be no paywall, but advertising banners and sponsors.
Six side groups (blogs) cover the topics: Editor-in-Chief, Open Source, Hana, License and Price, NetWeaver and SolMan, SoH and S/4.
Why not in-memory, mobile and cloud computing? Why not SuccessFactors, Ariba, Fieldglass and Hybris? The e3zine.com site sees the global SAP community as neither product-oriented nor aligned with SAP marketing.
We are now online and welcome suggestions, ideas, texts and of course criticism: email@example.com