SAP Licensing Blog Ghost Writer

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One of our clients wants to launch a new blog directed at senior management (CFO/CIO) of top global enterprises who use SAP software solutions for ERP. The company provides high-level analysis and consulting to senior management to help them understand, control and manage their SAP software licensing contracts, commitments and compliance requirements. The blog will be hosted on our client's site. All back-end needs will be handled. We are looking for a Ghost Writer who understands SAP and SAP licensing to write 4-6 short (150-200 word) English language blog postings a month on topical issues surrounding licensing management, SAP licensing trends or issues, customer successes or other related topics (TBD with the client). We can provide editing and proofing assistance as needed. Client operates globally, with offices in the US and Europe. We are located in Northern California. Looking for long-term relationship that could lead to other writing assignments (for this client and others). Plans are to launch new blog by end of May. This is a new blog, so no set format or style, however, since the target is enterprise senior management with a focus on licensing costs and management, the tone may emulate some of the more successful finance/accounting/business consulting blogs. Please provide resume, and links to writing samples or other blogs you write. NOTE: Understanding of SAP. SAP Licensing and pricing policies/structures a HUGE benefit. Client services focus solely on SAP, but understanding of Oracle or Microsoft software licensing is important.

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