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SAP Jam, announced in November of 2012, brought social technologies together from SAP and SuccessFactors. See what press and analysts said:

“I can conclude that SAP is seriously attempting to provide an effective solution that’s aimed at what the industry largely believes are the remaining gaps in making social business perform at its best. …Yet I suspect…given the careful intent to get deeply into what companies do using social engagement (and its enormous captive audience of installed base), that SAP can get some big wins and stay there.”

An enterprise-wide vision for social business: SAP’s new take

Dion Hinchcliffe,  ZDNet.com

“Truth is, SAP isn’t willing to concede this market to the likes of Salesforce.com, Jive Software, Lithium, or Microsoft, which now owns Yammer as well as SharePoint…SAP is trying to snag a big, fat portion of the next frontier in enterprise software: tools to manage interactions with employees and customers in social media  In a brash challenge to Salesforce.com, SAP is selling new social tools for salespeople and call-center workers.”  

SAP Challenges Salesforce.com

Julie Bort, BusinessInsider

“The risk to Salesforce if they don’t address this misplaced picture of their ecosystem…is that someone else is going have a compelling story that does. …The most direct threat, ironically may come from SAP, if they don’t shoot themselves in the their own foot. SAP GVP Sameer Patel created a compelling social ecosystem that is threaded throughout by a entirely redesigned cloud-based collaboration focused product and services line.”

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Paul Greenberg, the “GodFather of CRM”, ZDNet

“With SAP Jam, SAP moves to the front of the pack for enterprise social collaboration solutions. It is a rich, social platform that supports multiple collaboration modes, making it much more useful to wider swaths of a mid-sized to large company.”

SAP Jam: Social Collaboration the Way People Want It

Tom Petrocelli, Enterprise Strategy Group

SAP Jam offers a foundation that brings social and collaborative capabilities to the context of your work—in your applications, on your devices, and to your business processes. By adding social capabilities in your work processes, you can leverage your existing SAP investment while reducing training costs, decreasing time to productivity, and increasing the effectiveness of your HR department.

Come join our sessions at HR 2013 to learn how SAP Jam enables you to structure conversations and work to quickly drive action, make decisions, and solve business critical problems. See how to drive and track the “offline” work that occurs when exceptions arise or teamwork is required to attack a business-critical issue. Watch SAP Jam demos, and find out firsthand how to apply social collaboration to your talent management organization to accelerate and improve business performance.

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Here are the sessions where you can find out more about SAP Jam:



Petra Ligthart, SAP

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
3:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Da Vinci 2

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Prashanth Padmanabhan, SAP
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Tower Ballroom 3

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Dr. Oliver Conze, SAP AG
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Tower Ballroom 5

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Dr. Karie Willyerd, SuccessFactors
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
8:30 am – 9:45 am
Tower Ballroom 8

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Carrie Lande, SAP
Thursday, February 28, 2013
10:15 am – 11:30 am
Raphael 3

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Don’t forget to stop by the SuccessFactors Demo Booth (#410) to say hello! Join the conversation on Twitter by following the hashtag #HR2013. We look forward to seeing you out there!

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  1. Christoph Laux

    Hi Holly,

    thanks for sharing this.

    Could you give us some impressions of the event? How was the content received by our customers?

    Thanks and best regards,

    Christoph

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