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Author's profile photo James Kofalt

2003 was a great year for SAP Business One

2003 was an exciting year for everyone on the SAP Business One team. The 6.2 product was launched in June. Since then, we have seen the release of the Business One SDK in August, followed by the SAP Business One 6.5 release in November, and an extensive set of add-on products in December.

As a member of the SDK Product Management team, it’s been gratifying to see how many of our partners and customers have enjoyed using the SAP Business One Software Development Kit. Virtually every day I speak with partners who have been using the SDK to build add on solutions and tailor SAP Business One functions to meet the exact needs of their customers. Many of those partners were early adopters, and they faced many of the typical challenges encountered by early adopters of any product. In spite of that fact, their feedback has been resoundingly positive.

Since we launched the SAP Business One SDK Collaboration Forum in late December, it has been quite active, with nearly 50 questions it is one of the fastest growing forums within SDN. Thanks to all of you who have participated and helped us achieve this great start. Keep up the good work! For those of you who have yet to participate, we look forward to your contribution to the discussion and hope you will help us build our vibrant SDK community and keep it active and interesting.

2003 was truly a great year for SAP Business One. With a growing community of developers and partners around the world, 2004 promises to be even better. Come back here often to see what’s new and what you can look forward to.

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      Hi James:

      I strongly agree with you. I think SBO has a excellent future.


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