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During the average workday, there are numerous interruptions and challenges when pulling together data, people, and content to get work done. These challenges pose a barrier to executing efficiently. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a social collaboration solution that enables you to quickly drive business results across your colleagues, partners, and customers?

SAP Jam is the solution that can help. Attend our free webcast on December 5, 2012 to learn about the latest release of SAP Jam. The session will highlight ways that the solution connects people, data, applications, and processes to help you drive business results. Over a live demo, learn how you can use SAP Jam to reduce training costs, better engage customers and partners, and share best practices among employees. Also hear how to streamline work for sales, service, marketing, and HR.

Date: December 5, 2012

Time: 9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET

Recording Link: http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=538401&s=1&k=A189024CCA33921C2FB729486D57D98C

During the webcast we will cover key topics that will help you:

  • Learn how SAP Jam enables you to connect with your customers, partners, and employees with information, applications, and processes
  • Understand how SAP Jam enables you to structure conversations and work quickly to drive action, make decisions, and solve critical business issues
  • Get an in-depth look at the SAP Jam product experience

You will hear from Sameer Patel (@sameerpatel), SAP’s Global VP and GM of Enterprise Social and Collaborative Software.  Sameer joined SAP from The Sovos Group, a consulting and execution planning firm working with leading organizations to accelerate employee, customer and partner performance through the use of social and collaboration technology. Prior to The Sovos Group, Sameer held positions as managing director of Span and director of Strategy and Business Development at LiquidThinking and marchFIRST.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how SAP Jam provides a better way to help you communicate, collaborate, and connect to get work done. Don’t forget to register!

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  1. Chris Paine

    Any chance of a run through in a more APAC friendly time? Would love for some of my non-Mentor friends to have a run down on this great stuff too.

    Thanks!

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    1. Keith Hamrick Post author

      Hi Chris,

      There will be a recording of the webcast available a few days after the live presentation, and the link to the recording will be posted here.

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  2. Andy Silvey

    Hi Keith,

    is there any chance of providing a link to a pdf or ppt of the web cast or some offline content containing the web cast ?

    Thanks and all the best,

    Andy.

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