This week’s Top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends showcases how technology is helping get renewable energy to market, bring healthcare to rural communities, and educate people across different types of borders.
|“With SAP … we can offer more benefits to the farm, the factory and the families,” RSSC said.|
The Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation wanted to revamp and simplify its IT landscape by cutting costs and eliminating disparate systems. Ryan Somers taste-tests RSSC’s sweet deal with SAP, which could reduce the planning process from weeks to hours — and save more than $100,000 per day.
Millions of children in rural India live without access to regular or reliable healthcare. Sarah Harvey examines a digital, mobile and in-memory evolution that could bring healthcare to more than 270 million Indian children, eliminating the need for paper records and hospital follow-ups easier.
Massive Open Online Courses are revolutionizing academic and corporate education. Susan Galer opens class on how these organizations share curricula, combine efforts and foster agile, lifelong learning.
This month’s sales and marketing event SAP Insider 2014 tried to show employees how to “engage customers like never before.” Shalini Mitha takes us inside the use of SAP cloud technology to sell like the best and engage to win.
Millions of job candidates eagerly post their credentials on social media, leaving human resources managers to figure out how best to fill their business-critical job postings. Mike Montalban steers us to the debate of whether social recruiting top talent is an art or a science.