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Top 5 Blog Posts on SAP Business Trends, June 3 – 7

Improving quality of life is an underlying theme among the latest Top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends. Read on to see how Big Data analytics help cities better fight crime; high-tech tools personalize the retail experience for each and every customer; a Grammy Award-winning band connects with its fans via interactive beer cans; and more.

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A deep data dive revealed how to keep citizens safer in the city by the bay.

No. 1: SAP HANA For Humanity – Making San Francisco Safer

A group of California high school students taking part in the HANA for Humanity program analyzed more than 1 million crime records and additional datasets to generate a better picture of crime in San Francisco. Manju Bansal solves a mystery, gang, and then tells us about the profound conclusions we can draw from in-depth analytics.

No. 2: Why Super-Elites Get All the Attention

Companies that roll out the red carpet for their highest-end customers cannot afford to lose sight of their other customer segments. Brent Cohler shops around for the best airline loyalty program, as well as technology that empowers companies to treat every customer like a superstar.

No. 3: Announcing the SAP Business Trends Newsletter

Read all about it! Analytics, Big Data, Mobile, Cloud, Industries and more! Get the latest highlights from across the SAP universe — at least what’s fit to print — delivered right to your Inbox. Tim Clark has the scoop on how to sign up for the SAP Business Trends newsletter.

No. 4: Eat, Drink and Be Mobile: Zac Brown Band and Landshark Lager Create Interactive Cans for Fans

Pairing your mobile device with a beer can treat your senses to unprecedented tastes and sounds, thanks to another pairing. Cutting-edge tech is on tap as Tim Clark serves up the tale of Landshark Lager and the Zac Brown Band, which have partnered create limited-edition, interactive beer cans and exclusive behind-the-scenes content.

No. 5: Get Out and Run. Your Career Will Thank You

Scope creep and global travel are among the traps on 21st Century corporate hamster wheels, making it difficult to balance work and life. Ryan Somers runs through his mile-by-mile thoughts while exercising outdoors, offering tips to help you stay motivated and engaged outside the office.

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