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As many finance organizations know first-hand, period end closing is a lengthy, error-prone and complex process to go through. According to SAP’s Elizabeth Milne “corporate shared service centers spend an inordinate amount of time chasing down local

In 2015 SAP made history when it launched its next generation ERP, SAP S/4HANA, based on the groundbreaking SAP HANA in-memory platform. Since then, more than 1,000 companies, of all sizes and across all industries, rely

In his keynote speech at SAPPHIRE NOW 2015 in Orlando, SAP’s CEO Bill McDermott stated that Software-as-a-Service is passé. What customers want now, and what SAP is promising to offer, is: Simple-as-a-Service. I would like

In this sixth article in our data privacy and security series, Frank KunzFrank Kunzdiscusses the benefits of SAP’s latest offering, enterprise threat detection. Read the whole blog series on IT Security here. Do you have

In this fifth article in our data security series, Filip Verholen explains the challenges and importance of securing your mobile data. Read the entire series here. Mobility: Shaping the future of business Mobile devices and

Complexity is one of the greatest challenges facing organizations today. Businesses struggle to manage the rapidly changing demands of their markets, employees, and customers. SAP Service and Support helps you re-imagine your business to Run

In this second article in our data security series, Dr. Boris Hoffarth discusses current trends data privacy and a best practices approach to compliance. Read the first installments of the series here: IT security: Much

Did you know that 85% of the world’s data* is held within organizations that have, for the most part, no easy way to monetize it? Imagine, for example, the depth of consumer insights that a

As many insurance companies are ramping up their analytics environment, they start leveraging Big Data and the Internet of Things to provide innovative products, and personalized services to their customers. Here are two examples that

September 9, the day when the Apple Watch was presented to the world, will probably stay in history as the date when the quiet, low-key Swiss watch world has been forever shaken up. Only the