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STEP UP Systems Group LLC was formed in 2007 as a combination of like-minded individuals, each of whom has been involved in the SAP space for over twelve years. We focus on providing senior-level, Chicago-based SAP consultants to Chicago area companies for both client implementation and support projects. Our principals are seasoned SAP technical professionals with a great understanding of SAP core functional areas. The origin of the name started with (U)nder (P)romise Over Deliver--- the "UP" in STEP UP.
A new logo.
Companies that use SAP (www.sap.com) software to run their business or parts of their business. SAP is the third largest software company in the world. It may be wise to have our logo incorporate the shade of blue that SAP uses though this is not a requirement.
We did invest time to create the existing logo; it just isn't right; it has served its purpose and we are ready to move on. We are *not* tied to anything on that logo and neither should you be so tied. It is neither clean nor professional enough.
We like the "cleanliness" of the designs we see at http://www.37signals.com/. You can see the logos for their products like basecamp, highrise, etc. It has to be professional because our clients are typically huge organizations with sales in excess of $500 million. SAP software runs businesses. It is pretty serious stuff. We are planning to roll out a new website in the next few months so we'd like a logo as a good starting point. The Pepsi logo is pretty cool. The Tag Heuer logo is cool. The Google Chrome logo is cool. In IBM television commercials, we like how they splice the screen such that the top 1/4th and bottom 1/4th are basically blue'd out leaving the middle rectangle the focus of the commercial message. The Infiniti logo (think automobile) rocks.
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