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Roger Noia

Welcome to the SAP Jam Collaboration release 1811 highlights.  This release features many significant user interface improvements to improve the user’s experience. Group overview experience (for group administrators) Fourth column for overview and home pages

At SAP, “listen to the customer” is a company-wide tenet and foundation for success. As a SaaS-based solution we’re well positioned to consistently engage and co-innovate with our customer base. Customers form the basis of

Come see SAP Jam Collaboration in action at this year’s TechEd conference in Barcelona, Spain, October 23rd – 25th . The sessions focus on custom SAP Jam extensions, bots and applications built on the SAP

SAP today announced the schedule of SAP Jam Collaboration sessions at this year’s TechEd conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The sessions focus on the customization and extensibility of SAP Jam Collaboration, featuring custom applications built

As discussed in the preceding blog post, “SAP Jam accessibility summary: Company-wide collaboration requires equal access to information for all employees”, where we summarized all the great work the SAP Jam team has done since

Release 1805 of SAP Collaboration brings an extensive list of enhancements on many topics such as user experience, managing content, company-wide announcements and mobile. Starting with this release, we will now provide supplemental postings around

The SAP Jam Collaboration 2018Q1 release is out and we’re excited to share new ways to share information and collaborate.  There’s an over-arching theme of improving the employee experience via collaboration within several high-level topics

SAP Jam Collaboration, release 1711 summary Release 1711 of SAP Jam will be available soon, and a large portion of the enhancements of this release are focused on employee and group administrator experience – making

Going to SuccessConnect Las Vegas? Be sure to see the SAP Jam Collaboration sessions and demonstration area! Here’s a summary of the sessions where SAP Jam is the primary topic. Click the link for each