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    1. Chris Kernaghan
      Nice to see you’re making good use of your twitter account Guido.

      There are many SAP employees making good use of their social media channels for the benefit of the community. Jarret’s piece is about SAP Executives, not every SAP Employee and from my own experience the SAP Executives’ use of Twitter reflect their personalities very well, i.e. they are not pure marketing engines – so I think this blog has a lot of value.


      1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
        Thanks for the kind words and you bring up a great point that the SAP executives are very engaging and show their personalities which is refreshing especially considering a major competitor always seems to have a gag rule in affect.

        The other interesting dynamic is they are stepping outside of their comfort zone as there are many people on Twitter who arent afraid to challenge their viewpoints if they feel it is hype or marketing.

      2. Guido Brune
        Hello Chris,

        I have already a twitter. Currently twitting on personal insight and German politics, mainly in German.

        If you join my conversation, I will include IT in English to my subjects.


        Glück auf,

        Guido Brune aka Genosse Bruno

        1. Guido Brune

          just adding all 11! Good starting point to become part of SAP ecosystem.



          Sample tweet:
          My number was D032939@SAP! Never forgotten & always appreciated!

  1. Tridip Chakraborthy
    Hi Jarret,
    your posts on twitter and the SAP world that revolves around it, are always a treat to read and learn and implement.
    Loved your article in this times Mentor quarterly..
    I should say, your rendition of the content and the crisp and effective messaging is getting a lot of the twitter world into SAP and vice-versa
    Great work buddy and keep them coming.
    Am sure that in the days to come, more Execs from the SAP leadership world will get a handle and start crowd-sourcing from outside the enterprise to inside the SAP EcoSystem..kudos
    Cheers-Tridip (follow me on twitter @tridipchakra, we evangelize and spread the world on twitter re: SAP’s Procurement Solution portfolio, also follow @SAP_Procurement – SAP’s official Procurement twitter handle !!!
    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Tridip

      Thanks for the kind words and I have seen first hand the value that Twitter can bring for SAP professionals.

      Enjoying following you on twitter as well even though I dont understand much of the Procurement stuff 🙂



  2. Muthu Ranganathan
    for folks who are new to twitter, this is a good summary to allow them to know how sap executives think and say.

    thanks for this

    Muthu Ranganathan
    (Now you can also follow me @muthurangnathan )

    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Mutha

      Thanks for the comment and it is impressive to see how open and engaging many of the key leadership team is on Twitter. Now all you need to do is convince Jim S & Bill M to join 🙂


  3. Jonathan Becher
    We’re listening to SCN as well, not just twitter.

    Of course, this isn’t an exhaustive list of SAP executives on twitter.  I’ve started a list of SAP people of twitter which you can find here: @jbecher/sap

    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Thanks for the comment and although I focused on Twitter SAP is definitely listening to the all various channels which is something that was not always the case.

      I was not aware there was a Twitter list that captured executives/management so thanks for sharing. Hopefully there were no glaring omissions from my list.


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