it’s that time of the year, the SAP TechEd 2011 events are starting to ramp up even though SAPPHIRE is looming over our heads!

This is a special event for me, because it’s all about innovations and it’s innovations from our customers, partners and even our own employees!

Now as in previous years I will be involved in the SAP TechEd events around the Demo Jam, as not only the host but also as someone that you are welcome to contact ahead of time to discuss your ideas and your demos with! For me this is a chance to hear more and more about the innovations going on but for you it’s a great way to get in touch with someone who has been around the topic for awhile and has a good feeling what the initial selection committee is looking for and more importantly what they are not looking for. Take the opportunity while you can!

Now submissions open in the middle of May, however I will be online via Skype at “CraigCmehil” every Tuesday and Thursday from 17:00 to 19:00 central European time (German time) starting May 24, 2011. There could be an occasion or two where I am not online but for the most part you should find me there and if not leave me a message or a voicemail and I will get back to you. You can also email me, firstname.lastname @ is the address (use my real first and last names of course) and I will also be available in and around Germany throughout the summer, mostly Walldorf but other locations as well and those I will announce in the upcoming videos as I know them.

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  1. Bala Prabahar
    Great idea! Your prompt response to my questions last year is really appreciated:). I don’t know I’ll ever meet the standards of Demo-jam even for submission but I’ll keep trying:). Demo-jam review is going to make it easier.


  2. Gregory Misiorek
    even if you don’t qualify, it’s worth trying. i somewhat stumbled into it, but somehow survived the cut.

    it’s great if you want to show how IT can help solve real business problems.


    PS it’s not easy to wow those IT crowds, so kudos to the organizers.


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