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SAP Mobile Documents is SAP’s answer to the growing demand of having access to your documents at any time, anywhere, and on any device. It allows collaboration between business partners, and colleagues while respecting the needs for secure content management. SAP Mobile Documents was released last month and is now available for ramp-up customers.

What does ramp-up mean?

Ramp-up is the controlled delivery of a new product to dedicated customers before it becomes generally available (and no, it is not beta-testing). If you as a customer want to acquire a product in ramp-up, you need to fill in a questionnaire together with your account executive and apply to be part of the process. Customers usually have very precise ideas on how to use a product. With the questionnaire, SAP can verify whether the product really covers your use case, and make sure that it fits your needs. During ramp-up, an experienced consultant will accompany your project team. You virtually have the opportunity to influence the product with your feedback.

What are the next steps for you?

If you are interested in becoming a ramp-up customer, just get in touch with your account executive, fill-in the ramp-up questionnaire and apply to be part of the ramp-up. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Related blogs:
http://scn.sap.com/community/mobile/blog/2013/02/28/sap-mobile-documents–sap-enters-market-for-mobile-collaboration
http://scn.sap.com/community/mobile/blog/2013/03/20/sap-mobile-documents-expand-your-knowledge

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  1. Jan Laros

    Hi Annette,

    Is it also possible for SAP Partners to evaluate this product in a ramp-up scenario without implementing it directly at an actual customer? We as a partner might wanna position this from a broad perspective.

    Regards,

    Jan

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    1. Annette Fuchs Post author

      Hi Jan,

      If you want to use the product as an SAP customer yourself you can apply for ramp-up. If you just want to test and evaluate it, you have to wait. Currently, we are working on a process for that.

      Cheers,

      Annette

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