Top 5 Blog Posts on SAP Business Trends, April 29 – May 3
The most popular blog posts on SAP Business Trends last week did a lot of looking ahead. There’s next week’s SAPPHIRE NOW, Tuesday’s big announcement about SAP HANA, an online course to help software developers prepare for the future, and more.
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No. 1: Can’t Attend #SAPPHIRENOW? Here’s How You Can Still Learn About SAP Business Trends and Technologies
If SAP’s SAPPHIRE NOW is the ultimate way to see the latest technologies, the Showcase Studio may be the best way to experience SAPPHIRE NOW remotely. Tim Clark offers a sneak peak of executive interviews around emerging business trends, innovations they are driving and how SAP is uniquely positioned to help businesses take advantage of both.
No. 2: The Next Big Thing for SAP HANA
SAP HANA will take its next leap forward Tuesday on a journey that is revolutionizing business processes for customers around the world. Join company employees, customers and executives for the SAP Global Press Event, follow the coverage and join the conversation on Twitter.
No. 3: SAP’s TwoGo Ride-Sharing App Puts the Brakes on Costs, Revs Up Engagement
Commuting often adds up to lost productivity, wasted resources and additional expenses. Tim Clark examines a new mobile and cloud-based application aiming to change that by allowing companies to engage their employees in ride-sharing to work.
No. 4: If not the term ‘Big Data’ then what?
Big Data is about more than the three Vs, according to David Jonker. It’s about transforming data into insights and driving massive valuations– and it’s about intelligence.
No. 5: VIDEO: Improve Your SAP Skills
Software developers looking to increase their knowledge of the SAP universe have a new tool in their kit. “Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA” is an online course for programmers who want an overview of the native programming capabilities of the SAP HANA platform.
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