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Connecting to help government improve citizens’ lives

Last week I attended the SAP Public Services and Health Summit in the Hague Netherlands. The SAP Public Service and Healthcare Summit is a global event designed for both partners and SAP colleagues to collaborate and learn about the latest trends, strategies and innovations for the industry. This year more than 650 SAP and partner colleagues from 54 countries attended the summit. 


We all had a great opportunity to exchange experiences about how SAP solutions are helping improve citizens’ lives throughout the world by enabling our clients to run faster and simpler with the right mix of technology designed for how people work.   

It is clear that the entire SAP ecosystem of employees and partners are more than ready to provide more simplicity, faster return on investment and are able to uncover hidden value for those we serve.  WIth the combination of SAP and SAP partner’s deep industry knowledge and SAP’s completely re-imagined platform for real-time business we will undoubtably change the workd for the better and improve people’s lives everywhere. 

The journey to help our customers’ solve some of the world’s hardest challenges is rewarding.  I am proud to be a part of the team that is helping break down the barriers to solve those challenges and deliver better community outcomes.  


Please join the journey with us.  There are lots of ways to learn more about how you can become part of the journey to help the world become a better place. It is as easy as 1-2-3

  1. Join the SAP Community Network
  2. Become an SAP Partner –  SAP partners play a critical role in helping organizations of all sizes leverage the ideal solution to address their unique needs
  3. or…  if you’re a startup with a Big Data, predictive or real-time analytics solution yuo can join the SAP Hana start up program to put the power of SAP into your startup

Hope to see you next year. 

Dante Ricci

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  • Thanks – I’m interested in this. Would it be possible for you to give us a summary of what was discussed at this conference? Who presented, what are the new products, which major projects are underway at the moment?



    • Hi Paul,

         Over the 3 day period we had 28 breakout sessions on various topics.  Is there a particular topic you are interested in.



      • Dante,

        Thanks.. is there a list online anywhere? I’m interested in finding out about SAP’s public service offerings, which clients presented at the conference, latest projects, taxation, health,etc.



        • Thanks Paul,

            Do you have access to the partner portal?  We are posting all the content in our partner portal and internal portal.  If you do have access I can send ou the link to all the content briken down by topic when it is posted.