SAP’s product development worldwide is profiting strongly from the Israeli ecosystem and its fiercely competitive startup culture.With around 1,000 new startups per year, the tech “ecosystem” in Israel is one of the most fertile and productive worldwide, which is probably one reason why around 300 multinationals have established their own R&D centers on Israeli soil.
by Paul Baur in Inside SAP Labs | August 4, 2015
SAP Labs Israel Innovating the Vehicle Experience
Over the past few years, a development group based at SAP Labs Israel has been working on a new product which facilitates the daily activities of every driver on the road.
by Albert Niderhoffer in Inside SAP Labs | August 31, 2015
Innovation: Bottom up or top down?
SAP Labs Israel’s DNA is such that it embraces innovation. We are involved in SAP global innovation programs, and invest time and effort in creating different internal innovation programs such as InnoJam, TGIF, and others.
by Orit Bezalel in Inside SAP Labs | August 24, 2015
SAP Labs Ra’anana D-Shop: Failing Forward to Innovation
Technology is changing our lives in ways that most people have yet to grasp and at a speed that rivals the rise and fall of many a startup. To keep up with the latest and greatest technologies in a way that leads to real-life innovation, one has to experiment with the tech.
How Labs Israel Creates Impact with Corporate Social Responsibility
In the past years, SAP Labs Israel has been participating in Corporate Social Responsibility activities focusing on two main areas: technological innovation, and education. All our activities are meant to ensure a sustainable future for society, customers, and company.
Customer Corner Event & User Assistance Experience Day at SAP Labs Israel
A Customer Corner event was held at SAP Labs Israel on May 27-28. The theme was “The Customer’s Journey to the Cloud” and was attended by six SAP customers and partners from Adidas Group, Keytree, and Quantum Vision.
by Muriel Ronen in Inside SAP Labs | August 11, 2015
SAP Labs Israel and “Startup Nation”
According to the 2015 Bloomberg Global innovation index, Israel is the world’s 5th most innovative country. Over 1,000 new startups are formed every year in Israel, and in 2014 there were more than $5B worth of acquisitions.
by Merav Simhi in Inside SAP Labs | August 9, 2015