There are 2 very interesting tweetchats that am very excited about are happening on Day 2 of #SAPPHIRENOW .One is on the importance of Digital in today’s world and the other is making bigdata work and both are so important for organizations in today’s world.
According to McKinsey & Company, businesses that embrace digital transformations could see increases in revenue as much as 30 percent. Today, digital commerce and consumption are pervasive among individual — from songs and books all the way up to online purchases of cars and houses in some countries. Individuals want that same simplicity, flexibility and freedom of digital consumption in the business world.
SAP Digital is a new business unit at SAP responsible for delivering both e-commerce and digitally-native offerings to customers. Individuals can discover, try, buy, implement, use, and renew SAP and third-party offerings in a simple, low-touch or no-touch online interaction. SAP Digital is a manifestation of SAP’s Run Simple vision and led by Chief Digital Officer Jonathan Becher.
Topic 1- Do you think Digital ?
As Digitization and evolving consumer demand rapidly changes the marketplace, executives must find new ways to innovate for business advantage. By embracing digital transformation- the use of new technologies like Cloud, BigData, Social Networks, – companies can capitalize on new opportunities and optimize existing operations to achieve significant business improvement. We’ll discuss trends, the importance of transformation & how #SAPDigital can empower individuals to solve problems in the business moment.So, Join us for a TweetChat with SAP Digital at #SAPPHIRENOW and lets have some interesting conversation today.
Topic: Do you think Digital?
Host: @SAPStore & @jbecher
When: Wednesday, May 6th at 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. (ET)
How to join a TweetChat: For a seamless Tweet chat experience, go to bit.ly/SAPChatRoom and follow the conversation. Engage by asking questions or retweeting comments. If you prefer, just follow and use the hashtag #SAPDigitalChat on any platform with the Twitter search functionality. Even if you can not join us for the full hour, do drop in for a few minutes and help amplify the discussion
2- Title- Making Big Data Work –
80% of the data that exists today has a location component: address, area code, coordinates; and almost all of the new data – Internet, mobile, social media, ecommerce – is spatially oriented. Organizations that can’t capture, process and analyze big data in the context of location will miss out. Geospatial Services Industry-As per a recent BCG report , although still young the GSI is already an important force to reckon with generating revenue of almost 75bn and providing jobs to 500,000 , more than the number of airlines jobs . The economic impact of the industry extends even further. Together the Geospatial services companies drive 1.6 Trillion USD in revenues and 1.4 trillion in cost savings.
As a growing number of businesses use data for competitive advantage, there is an increasing need for reliable, accurate and secure technologies that convert everyday information into valuable insights. Analysts at IDC predict that the market for Big Data solutions will reach $16.1 billion in 2014, growing 6 times faster than the overall IT market.
Pitney Bowes location intelligence solutions help unearth non-obvious relationships between specific locations and data to improve the customer experience and drive increased loyalty. By bringing these powerful capabilities together, Pitney Bowes hopes to solve the complex business challenges of customers in key industries.To discuss on how to make BigData work for your Industry , join SAP and PitneyBowes for a Twitter Chat on May 6. Here are the details
Join us on Twitter for our #PowerofPrecisionChat on Making Big Data Work – in a Connected World
Date – Wednesday, May 6, 3-4pm ET
Hashtag – #PowerofPrecisionChat
Video – Make The Big Data – Spatial Connection with Pitney Bowes and SAP