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Written by Mary Leong – PlaceSpeak and Dante Ricci – SAP For more than two decades, governments across the globe focused on standardizing processes and introducing online services. This generated some return on investment. But

This blog was co-written by: Joerg Ferchow, Barbara Fluegge, Edina Sewell & Dante Ricci   Are you constantly hearing about smart cities but want to understand what a “Smart City” is and why you should

Our lives have been forever changed due to new digitally enabled intelligent buildings, utilities, automobiles and transportation systems, mobile consumer experiences and more.  Mega technology trends like the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, machine

Over 20,000 people will be visiting Orlando from May 15-18 this spring when they attend SAP’s annual SAPPHIRE NOW event. Public Sector customers from all over the world who are working side by side with

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning”  Albert Einstein At this year’s SAPPHIRE NOW conference that is the exact mentality I took during the week

Governments and society as a whole are experiencing a digital transformation that is making them more agile and inclusive. By embracing new technology, local governments are becoming more organized. They are staying informed and using

A recent series in the Washington Post opened my eyes to an alarming situation in Middle America. I was quite surprised to learn that the death rate of white women in the United States between

We have many things to share with you with at SAPPHIRENOW this year.  There is a big focus on how Government customers can use digital technologies to achieve policy goals. Here are 3 reasons to 

From local and state governments to the federal level, the public sector arena is charged with providing for and protecting its citizens. And although that objective hasn’t changed over the past decades, the most effective

In 2014 Gartner predicted that by 2016 heavily-customized ERP-implementations will be referred to as “Legacy ERP”.  According to Gartner the ERP suite is being deconstructed into a more loosely coupled ERP environment with much of