On the 13 th of March, we had the opportunity to welcome a group of 28 American students +4 teachers from Seminole State College, Sanford, Florida at SAP new headquaters in Levallois So Ouest.
These students and professors are traveling around Europe and combine touristic and European companies visits.
Around half of the assistance had already heard about SAP.
During one hour and a half, we presented SAP 42 years history, how it was born and the first integrated business software. Then, we presented the main numbers of the group, the different sectors where SAP is present.
We also had the opportunity to explain in details the evolution of our portfolio, elements of our strategy, main innovations and our vision of the future.
The students could also discover some videos about Big Data topic : smart vending machine, football weapon.and google glass experience. They were very impresssed with this new experience of the future.
We finally introduced the UA program to the students, gave them the US contact and hope they will subscribe soon to join the UA community.
The students were very interested in the presentation. They could ask several questions and 30 minutes of free discussion has been launched
Before leaving SAP, the students had the great opportunity to discover the 19th floor with beautiful view on Paris with a spendid weather. They also discovered the Executive Business Center, the room where clients can see different Big Data Applications as well as smart vending machine or football screen in Life
The audience has been impressed by how our company has been precursor and innovated all these past decades. What a souvenir for these young students who could see new technologies in Live….. !
We are now used to receiving foreign students and very happy that we could consider SAP as a major stop in their trip. It is a nice opportunity for these MBA’s students to learn more about European and French market and to combine pleasure and business.
We are looking forward to receiving the next University in Levallois SoOuest.