Thanks to my involvement with ASUG CEI I learned about these upcoming roadmap webcasts. I am posting this on behalf of Susan Andrews, SAP:
Join this webcast series to get a view of where SAP’s product portfolio is headed in 2012 and beyond. Over the course of the next several months, SAP will be hosting a number of sessions that will help guide you toward the right decisions for your business.
SAP Technology Portfolio Roadmap Webcast
November 3, 2011, 1:00 p.m. ET, 10am -11 am PST
The first session, titled SAP Technology Portfolio, will provide an overview of the SAP Technology and Product Strategy, a synthesized view of the major investment areas across the SAP technology stack, and high level roadmaps for each technology/investment area. SAP is making significant investment in its technology stack to meet your business priorities to increase business agility, to run smart and stable systems, to empower end users, and to reduce TCO. Major investments are being made in areas such as mobile, user interaction, cloud, in-memory, technology platform, and technology platform services. The investments will leverage and support more effective usage of your SAP technology today and position you to better take advantage of progressive technology developments that will enable new business opportunities. Register todayfor the first in this very informative series.
Speaker: Peter Di Giulio, Vice President, Product Management, Technology
SAP NetWeaver for the SAP Business Suite
November 15, Noon ET, 9-10am PST
Get an overview and roadmap on SAP NetWeaver as the foundation platform for the SAP Business Suite. With SAP NetWeaver 7.02 and 7.03, SAP delivers a technology platform which is ideally suited to run your business with SAP Business Suite. Register today for this webcast.
Speaker: Karl Kessler,Vice President SAP NetWeaver Product Management
SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Solutions Today and Tomorrow
December 12, 1:00 p.m. ET, 10am – 11am PST
Some of the biggest mega trends we see in business today involve globalization, mobilization of consumers and the workforce, social media’s affects on consumers and the work place, and the virtualization of applications becoming available in the cloud. At the epicenter of these mega trends is information and therefore business intelligence. SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.0 is the biggest BI suite release in SAP’s history. Ty looks forward to sharing with you many of the new capabilities that SAP has introduced with BI 4.0 and what we are doing with our upcoming releases to help you transform your organization and ultimately help you run it smarter.
Register today for this webcast.
Speaker: Ty Miller, Sr. Director, Solution Management, Enterprise Business Intelligence
Here are some of the future topics that are planned in this future series (subject to change):
- Business Intelligence Platform (BOE)
- Dashboards (Xcelsius)
- Mobile BI
- NetWeaver Gateway
- NetWeaver Business Warehouse