I took some twitter snapshots for each of the 3 SAP TechEd’s to see trends, topics, and what everyone was sharing on Twitter. For the graphs, I used SAP Analytics Cloud, with Smart Discovery/Smart Insights.
So Barcelona location had more text types
Across all three SAP TechEds the types are shown above. Of course, the main topic was #SAPTechEd
Top topics across all SAP TechEd’s include analytics, RPA, ABAP, S/4HANA and SAP HANA
Products mentioned include SAP Graph (announced at SAP TechEd), S/4HANA, analytics and the “intelligent enterprise”
People mentioned in tweets across all 3 SAP TechEd’s (Fiori, AWS, companys aren’t people) include Sven Denecken and Bella Rae, who was part of the SAP TechEd Barcelona keynote.
SAP Analytics Cloud shows that most of us used the iPhone to tweet in Las Vegas.
Who had the most tweets in Las Vegas?
People mentioned in tweets include Mohammed Ajouz, SAP head of Support.
Top topics in the USA include ABAP, SAP HANA, S/4HANA, and others
Business Technology Platform, SAP Graph, Data Intelligence, Data Hub and S/4HANA were the top products mentioned in tweets in Las Vegas.
Interesting that the twitter for Android is the top used device for tweets in Bangalore.
Social Warriors account had the most tweets
Organizations (Texts like organization) – SAP was top, interesting to see the Community Lounge mentioned, and SAP Code Jam
Bangalore topics are shown above; interesting to see analytics and good fellas
Products tweeted about in Bangalore – no surprise S/4HANA is top, Fiori, SAP Hana and the SAP Portal.
“People” text – looks like Sven Denecken was mentioned the most; no surprise given that S/4HANA was the top topic
Twitter for iPhone was the most used device by far at SAP TechEd Barcelona
Interesting that SAP BusinessObjects BI4.3 was a top mention in Barcelona, it was mentioned in the keynote by Gerrit Kazmaier
After the SAP accounts, it is good to see Gregor Wolf as a top mention in the Barcelona tweets.
Bella Rae, featured in the Barcelona keynote, was one of the top people mentioned (not sure why text analysis thinks AWS and Fiori are people).
For fun, I also recorded navigating the data using SAP Analytics Cloud, add-in for Microsoft Office (in beta)
So in 2019 S/4HANA was the hot topic (will it be in 2020)? What do you think?