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Blogs by

Milja Gillespie

“Take our Kids to Work” is an annual program in which Grade 9 students across Canada are hosted by parents, friends, relatives and volunteers at workplaces. The program supports career development by helping students connect school

“Take our Kids to Work” is an annual program in which Grade 9 students across Canada are hosted by parents, friends, relatives and volunteers at workplaces. The program supports career development by helping students connect school

  The speed of execution is key to the delivery of great digital experiences – crucial when introducing new disruptive products, engaging customers across different channels, and adapting to changing priorities. But, how can your

Over the past 12 months, conversations about how to optimize “Digital Experiences” have dominated my conversations. I’m talking about the experiences that people have with an organization through any digital touch points – mobile device,

I am excited to be collaborating with many outstanding experts on a new series of webcasts on a wide variety of topics all centered on the concept of Digital Experience Services. Digital Experience may be

  While Digital Transformation isn’t a new term, the concept of ‘Digital Experience’ has been evolving over the past year as UX, design, mobility, collaboration and content services have advanced and consolidated in the cloud.

I was recently asked to deliver a presentation on SAP Fiori Cloud – in only 3 minutes. Needless to say, sticking to 3 minutes is hard when there is so much to say! I ended

(updated Aug 2018) SAP NetWeaver 7.1 – 7.4 will reach end of maintenance by December 2020. For customers using this product, now is a great time to evaluate your path forward. You can choose to

SAP’s Chief Design Officer Sam Yen recently published a blog titled “Digital Transformations: Going Beyond the Technology.” In the blog he commented that “IT’s role for years has been fixed on words such as ‘reliability’,

One of the reasons that people hesitate to embrace enterprise apps is quite simple: poor user experience. A study by Enterprise Mobility Exchange, reported that 48% of respondents think enterprise apps are too complex to