It’s all about making life easier. From partnerships, to platforms to products, this week’s Top 5 Blog Posts from SAP Business Trends deal with ways to help businesses run more efficiently.

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SAP announced a revolutionary partnership with software developer SAS last week at SAP TechEd 2013.

No. 1: SAP and SAS Announce HANA-Powered In-Memory Partnership at #SAPTechEd 2013

SAP announced last week at SAP TechEd 2013 that it will partner with SAS to create a joint technology and product roadmap, which will incorporate the SAP HANA in-memory platform into SAS applications. Derek Klobucher describes how the partnership will help decision makers use real-time data analytics, and help data scientists improve their productivity.

No. 2: SAP Mobile Platform 3.0: A Promise for a More Mobile Future

SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 unites multiple legacy mobile platforms, and it offers a wide range of development opportunities to enterprises of all sizes and industries. Anthony Reynolds reviews the three solutions that SMP has unified to help enterprises spend less time, money and effort on development.

No. 3: Why “better” isn’t good enough – On the Journey to More Sustainability

The U.N. recently issued its most explicit report yet linking human behavior to climate change. Peter Graf looks at why global sustainability efforts, improved energy efficiency and record participation in global movements are not making more progress.

No. 4: How to Deliver More Value with SAP Certification (Infographic)

It pays to have your SAP software landscape worked on by SAP certified people, whether they’re your internal IT staff or contractors. Sabine Benz shares an infographic illustrating how your organization can benefit from certified resources.

No. 5: New Release of SAP NetWeaver Landscape Virtualization Management Available

SAP NetWeaver Landscape Virtualization Management 2.0 launched last week. Volker Haentjes discusses how the latest version of LVM improves usability, enhances functionality and helps customers reduce time and effort spent maintaining their SAP applications.

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