#ASUG2019 Social Media Review #SAPPHIRENOW
Reviewing the #ASUG2019 (hashtag for ASUG Annual Conference) for the week revealed interesting insights. See below
Most tweets had a topic included in them
Top tweeters are shown above
Apple CEO Tim Cook, a keynote speaker, would be happy to see twitter for iPhone being used the most in tweets.
Given that the conference was held in the US, it is no surprise that most tweets were in English, followed by German, since SAP is a German software company.
Top topics are shown above. Some confusion existed about the hashtags – SAPPHIRENOW or SAPPHIRENOW2019? Interesting to see AI in the top 5.
Top twitter ID’s include SAP and ASUG’s, along with Alison Biggan, SAP’s Chief Field Marketing Officer
Top organizations tweeted about was SAP, no surprise since it was an SAP conference. SAP Digital Boardroom was a popular topic along with SAP HANA Cloud Services, featured in Wednesday’s keynote.
Top products mentioned in the tweets include SAP Analytics, HANA and S/4HANA.
Some word clouds below (using the R package, since SAP Analytics Cloud doesn’t have a tag cloud out of the box):
Word cloud twitter ID
Word cloud organization
Word cloud “person”
Only Lady Gaga could top “HANA”
SAP’s Ty Miller gave a SAP Analytics Cloud road map session, along with Ingo Hilgefort, SAP
Sam Masri is COO for SAP Canada
May 8th had the most tweets with the ASUG2019 tag; right in the middle of the conference
A highlight video below:
Voice recognition demo with SAP Analytics Designer:
Voice recognition presented by Jie Deng, SAP using SAP Analytics Designer (formerly known as SAP Application Design)
Top retweeted tweet was this at 157:
in partnership with @sap #SAPPHIRENOW #ASUG2019 #SAPHANA #BigData #IoT #ML #MachineLearning #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #IntelligentEnterprise @TamaraMcCleary @eric_kavanagh pic.twitter.com/wThFQDCROI
— Ronald van Loon @Microsoft #DigitalManufacturing (@Ronald_vanLoon) May 8, 2019
Top favorited tweet at 588 was from a Lady Gaga account:
— LG Updates (@LadyGagaVegas) May 9, 2019
What do you think?