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what does sap stand for?
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jonvaughanCommented:
systems, applications and products in data processing"

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saidreddyCommented:
SAP is a German based company and SAP stands for "systems, applications and products in data processing".
SAP R/3 is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system which integrates most business applications (Sales/Distribution, Material Management, Production Planning, Controlling, Financial Management, etc.) in one product. SAP R/3 consists of a presentation server on the client side, the middle tier Application server and its own repository which consists of the data model (DDIC) and programs written in a proprietary language called ABAP, and the Database server which runs on various platforms and databases.


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