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This crop of Top 5 SAP Business Trends blog posts is all over the map. It explores best practices for branching out into new markets, migrating systems to the cloud and charting a course for success in mobility.

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Breaking into a new market involves more than just selecting a location.

No. 1: Global Markets: How Much Do You Need to Localize?

Everyone knows that you won’t find the same things on Italian grocery store shelves that you would on French ones, yet companies routinely push their products in new places without considering differences in each market. Christopher Koch changes things up with three ways to adapt for success when expanding into emerging markets.

No. 2: So You Want To Be A Technology Evangelist?

Technology evangelists are marketing missionaries who connect people in need with helpful products and knowledge. With the fervor of a zealot — but without the fire and brimstone — Timo Elliott preaches about duties, skills and career paths of technology evangelists. Can I get an “Amen”?

No. 3: SAP Maps out Fast, Flexible Route to Cloud for Customer Innovation

When disruptive technology tears through an industry, only those who adapt with a plan will survive. Susan Galer naturally selected the loftiest parts of SAP’s unified cloud portfolio to showcase how SAP is the only vendor allowing customers to reallocate investments to respective cloud solutions.

No. 4: An Intern’s Take on How to Get Smart About Mobile (Infographic)

Enterprise Mobility for Dummies is a free eBook that can help you better understand enterprise mobile strategy, the hottest mobile trends and opportunities available to people through mobile solutions. It even inspired Daisy Deng to create an infographic based on the book’s statistics and insights.

No. 5: SAP Volunteer Event: Bridging the Gap Between Students and Professionals

SAP helped build a bridge with just two desks in just three hours, staging mock job interviews to prepare high school students to enter the working world. Alizah Farooqi was one of the SAP volunteers who connected with the students by sharing interview strategies, and she shares her experience here.

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