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Dirk Ammermann

What this blog is about: The transformation of a traditional equipment sales and after-sales services business into a connected, networked, outcome-based business model is often seen as a commercial evolution. However, manufacturers must also transform

Note: This is an extract from the SAP Leonardo IoT whitepaper From the Internet of Things to Digital Transformation The Internet of Things (IoT) is often mentioned as a key enabler of digital transformation. The notion

A business outcome-driven approach to digital transformation The notion of a digital twin has recently taken center stage to describe a live digital representation of a connected physical asset. While the idea of creating a

This blog is the second part of a blog series covering digital twins. In the first part, I have described digital twins and explained how the concept creates business value for connected assets and connected products.

At half way between SAP TechEd 2016 and 2017, let me provide you with an update of the SAP IoT strategy and portfolio overview from last year (see below for the session replay). First of

Management and monitoring of business processes and rules is a core theme for SAP’s technology platform, both SAP built-in and model-driven processes. For this year’s SAP TechEd, we have created a comprehensive agenda of 16

In May 2011, SAP NetWeaver PI 7.3 was made generally available after a successful ramp-up earlier this year. SAP TechEd 2011 is a good time to learn about ramp-up experience, new and enhanced features, and

Michelle Crapo already talked about in her blog TechEd 2010 – Why Go? why she loves TechEd and recommends attending while Chip Rodgers proudly announced Lifehouse Comes to TechEd Berlin and Las Vegas! to both

Be the First to Build Applications with SAP NetWeaver BPM and BRM! Thomas Volmering presented SAP’s new Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Rules Management (BRM) solution in his blog on Introducing SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management

Composition enables you to rapidly develop and deploy innovative and flexible business applications that employ enterprise SOA principles. A composite application itself, however, is composed of business logic and services, UI, process flows, and events.   Most