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Jennifer Scholze

Businesses in the Mill Products and Mining industries are heads down, working incredibly hard pursuing innovation in ways we haven’t seen before to help the world run better. That’s why SAP has grabbed a shovel

Published on behalf of Pat Bakey With over 40 years of experience across 25 industries, SAP offers proven solutions for customer’s industry-specific needs and goals – so their businesses can run better, faster, and more

IDC’s Emilie Ditton recently spoke with Luis Canepari, VP Technology at Goldcorp on behalf of SAP.  Below she outlines their digital transformation strategy and progress.  Click here to download the document directly Leapfrogging the Mining Sector through

  Do you know how shoe shopping is going digital, driving an expected profit increase of 30%? Do you know how real-time customer insight and personalized interactions can lead to 5% revenue growth or how

Emilie Ditton is a thought leading technology analyst for the mining industry (perhaps THE Leading one!).  She recently finished a report on the unique approach that Roy Hill has to its operating model that uses

See part 3 of 3 of a paper written by Vimal Gaba (vimal.gaba@sap.com), Senior Director- Industry Business Unit, Mining, Metals and Mill Products, SAP Labs India and Indranil Som (indranil.som@sap.com), Value Advisor – Industry Value

See part 2 of 3 of a paper written by Vimal Gaba (vimal.gaba@sap.com), Senior Director- Industry Business Unit, Mining, Metals and Mill Products, SAP Labs India and Indranil Som (indranil.som@sap.com), Value Advisor – Industry Value

See part one of 3 of a paper written by Vimal Gaba (vimal.gaba@sap.com), Senior Director- Industry Business Unit, Mining, Metals and Mill Products, SAP Labs India and Indranil Som (indranil.som@sap.com), Value Advisor – Industry Value

Anyone who has ever had a car knows how easy it is for tires to fail if they are not maintained correctly. Air pressure needs to be checked, and owners must pay attention to signs

According to one study, there are 2.7 Zetabytes of data that exist in the digital universe today. That number is equal to about one trillion gigabytes. Not all of this data is being created by