I am happy to share with you the recordings of our 2nd series of industry sessions that we offered at TechEd Berlin. It was great to see that BPXers who hadn’t a chance to meet us on-site followed the invitation to participate virtually.
Unfortunately we had to skip the first session on ‘GRC across Industries’ that was originally scheduled for Tuesday morning due to technical issues. Paul will reschedule this session with in the next 1-2 weeks and will post the invitation here on BPX. So this could be your chance to be on.
Wholesale Distribution – A Process Overview
Michael, Solution Manager Director for Wholesale Distribution, gave a roundtrip on the latest trends and development. He touches base on the different business models and process challenges. Check out the solution roadmap and highlights like e.g. the Advanced Return Management or the configurable Sales UI.
URL for viewing: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p11547237/ (Please excuse the lousy sound quality at the end of the recording)
Sustainability & CRS – Prequel to TechEd Las Vegas:
Because of the big interest in the topic in Las Vegas Paul offered another opportunity to exchange thoughts and ideas in an open format. Listen to Paul answering in a very personal way to the questions and comments from other community member.
(Edit:) Intro: Unfortunately the presentation that was shown before the discussion wasn’t recorded correctly so that the context of the conversation got lost. Paul and I will do another recording of the Intro in order to provide you with the full picture.
URL for viewing: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p16168165/
You can fin more information on this topic in the recording from Las Vegas Check out the industry recordings from TechEd Las Vegas! or in TechEd sessions on GRC, and on “CSR and Sustainability”.
Suite applications and industry expertise
Speakers: Thilo Liebermann, Hari Pasad Subramanyam & Paul Centen
Follow this very interesting conversation on how emerging industries like e.g. banking need to assimilate the ERP, BPR, the change to lean organizations, BPM and BNT within short periods with limited trials and even less mistakes.
URL for viewing: will follow soon.
Business architecture: the difference between perceived uniqueness and the need for change – this is the continuation of the session ‘Suite applications and industry expertise’.
Within less matured industries business architecture is more a buzz word and progress is often limited. Matured industries might support industrialization by the offering of their expertise.
URL for viewing: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p43187066/
You can also read TechEd sessions: skill pool on cross industry expertise supporting emerging markets on this topic.
And finally here are some impressions form the Networking Lounge that Paul and I conquered: