SAP has been busy lately, as this crop of Top 5 blog posts shows. The company is restyling the workplace, gearing up for future success and, of course, helping businesses run better.
Your workplace can have a critical impact on productivity, passion and innovation, according to a Deloitte study. So Mark Yolton studied SAP’s reinvention of the workplace, sharing the three overarching goals to guide the design of your future workplace.
Industry analysts have a lot of important things to tell SAP about what customers are buying — or why they’re not buying. Derek Klobucher was all ears at the 4th annual SAP Industry Analyst Base Camp, discovering what SAP must do to be successful going forward. Be sure to watch the companion video too.
Managing multiple tasks simultaneously might make you feel productive, but you may actually be “perpetually disengaged,” i.e., not truly engaged in anything. Tracey Arnish had fallen in this trap. So, after starting a new, demanding and global role, she engaged in these five ways to reengage.
Aptly named beer store The Beer Store has served thirsty Canadians since 1927, and today carries more than 360 brands of brew. Ryan Somers explains why the chain chose SAP ERP and Sybase ASE solutions as a better way to manage operations across its more than 440 stores.
eBay needed a better way to analyze data from its 1 billion daily transactions. Ryan Somers sifts through how SAP HANA gives real-time insights into the health of eBay’s marketplace, freeing analysts to spend their time on strategic tasks.
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