Lynton Howes

From the Archives – SAP Songs

Could this be love?

Could this be love?

Apparently, over 60% of songs are about love and relationships. Love is certainly something worth singing about, especially if you are in love. But what if you love SAP…what do you listen to then? There are no SAP love songs, are there?

Well, actually, Yes there are. As the year draws to a close, and everyone is starting to think more about Christmas parties and summer holidays than work, and perhaps, after an arduous year, questioning their love of SAP, I thought it would be timely to dust off and share a couple of rather obscure tracks which you may not have come across before.

The first is a lovely ballad called SAP Is What You Need, by the curiously named Me and the Heat, (who are, according to their Facebook page, one of the most successful bands in Germany). The Germans may have cracked the ERP market worldwide, however, the same cannot be said for their music industry. Still, it’s a pure love serenade… best enjoyed with a glass of red wine, a fireplace, and a well-thumbed copy of something thick from SAP Press, it really has the power to bring a tear to your eye…

“….You are so proud to appear, now, in the world wide web….”

“But where the hell’d you get your business…… intelli-gence…?”


Now, if syrupy lyrics are not your thing, fear not, as I have another gem for you, this time a snappy little rap number called ERP of the Century. Brought to you by a creative agency called Morsekode, it went straight to the top of the charts worldwide. Or should have….

“…1972, five crazy cats sprung a rung from the big blue….”

“…Netweaver..? You best believe ‘er…she’s bringing it together cleaner than beaver cleaver”

On that note, I’m signing off for the year. Wishing everyone a safe and happy festive season from Adapt2 Consulting, and a very successful 2013. If you find yourself having any doubts, just remember, SAP is what you need.

- ERP of the Century used with the permission of Morsekode – thanks guys. Lyrics by Angelique Mastoroudes.

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