SAP documents deal with complex subjects and address an expert audience. They are created by industry specialists who have an in-depth knowledge of the SAP environment. To obtain a translation of your SAP documents that is as technically sound as the original, you need a translation provider with relevant specialization. You need an SAP translator.
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The SAP terminology is the result of longstanding terminology work done by SAP. By consistently collecting and managing the terms used within the company, SAP has created a huge terminology database named SAPTerm. Some time ago SAP made this database available to the public for free. But how can this comprehensive terminology collection be used to best effect?