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Blogs by

Robert Merlo

Today was another energizing day at the Industries campus.      Like yesterday, here are just a few of the many memorable sessions.  In the session, “Digital @ the Speed of Consumer,” Steve Soderberg along with SAP’s

Today, we announced three new solutions that will fundamentally change the way manufacturing companies operate – one area is what we have coined SAP Connected Manufacturing. Coupled with our Manufacturing 15.0 release, Connected Manufacturing leverages

Imagine yourself walking into a cave in the time period 3200BC – turn on your flashlight and inspect the walls of the cave (ok, so you don’t have a flashlight). Cave paintings and eventually more

SAP’s SAPPHIRE Now event will be taking place in two weeks. This is the world’s premier business technology event and largest SAP customer-run conference. It is a great place for senior executives and decision makers

by Robert Merlo Visual Enterprise Solution Marketing, SAP  In its recent 2013 predictions, analyst firm IDC projects there will be 4.4 zettabytes (or 4.4 trillion gigabytes) of data created or replicated this year. Known as

In its recent 2013 predictions, analyst firm IDC projects there will be 4.4 zettabytes (or 4.4 trillion gigabytes) of data created or replicated this year. Known as the “digital universe,” this represents a 50% growth

In his book, “The Rainbows End,” author Vernor Vinge places characters in a world where everything is seen through advanced contact lenses.  Within this futurist environment, computers are embedded in clothing and replace or overlay

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, “Innovation has long been recognized as an important driver of economic growth. New ideas can spark wave upon wave of new goods and services that literally transform the

Advancements in mobile devices, realistic 3D graphics and interactivity technology are revolutionizing the way business is performed by industry-leading organizations across a wide spectrum of vertical markets.  And, according to industry predictions, ongoing innovations in

Most people have experienced the aggravation associated with trying to follow instruction manuals to assemble, for example, furniture. Often, deciphering the directions takes longer than performing the actions.  It is so much easier to complete