We’re one week away from SAP’s SAPPHIRE NOW 2013 – truly the world’s foremost business technology event! And you’re probably just getting around to filling in your agenda builder. Naturally, the main executive keynotes are not to be missed as these bring invaluable insight from the company’s top leadership and visionary customers. This year’s will be no exception, so I have those on my calendar. But wait, there’s MORE!
Have you explored the new day-long FORUM programs such as the one for Retail and Consumer Products on Thursday May 16? Or did you know that the Showcase Studio will be broadcasting live interviews from the show floor with industry and line of business executives May 14-16?
The Retail and Consumer Products FORUM brings together a day of industry specific keynote, theater presentations, microforums, demos, and networking activities focused on our industry’s business needs. This interactive day will include customers, partners, SAP experts, and industry thought leaders all focused on challenges and opportunities in retail and consumer products industries. I’m looking forward to joining other SAP colleagues and customers in kicking off the Retail and Consumer Products FORUM with a keynote that will shed multiple perspectives and insights on delivering a better shopping experience – you won’t want to miss this action-packed day!
I’m also delighted to join other SAP executives participating in live interviews on the show floor during the three days in Orlando. You’ll find that this is a great way for anyone to hear directly from SAP executives on our strategies and priorities. For a window on Retail, you can hear me live sharing how SAP is transforming the retail experience through innovation on Wednesday May 15 at 4:45 pm (EDT). And it’s easy to add to your calendar. Tune in to this space from May 14-16 for the latest executive interviews at SAPPHIRE NOW.
There’s still time to register and attend in-person. But if you just can’t make it there, you will find some virtual options at your fingertips and build your online agenda. And if you get in early on Monday, I urge you to volunteer as little as 30 minutes of your time to make a human impact like never before: the Food for Orphans Initiative. I’ll be there!
You might also like: