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Sven Denecken

The Cloud ERP market continues to grow and live up to its growth predictions. In tandem, we see that competition remains healthy and strong between the vendors, which is exactly as it should be to

As per an earlier blog, artificial intelligence (AI), its sub-branch machine learning (ML), and intelligent process automation have started to impact our workplaces and societies. I’d now even go a step further and say that they

Whether you’re new to SAP, or a long-time customer, we’re all in the same boat. Changes in the digital landscape are creating large scale transformations and building a more intelligent enterprise. Not only is this

With SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1802, the latest SAP S/4HANA Cloud product update is out. You will find my summary here. But there is more this quarter: it is my great pleasure to announce that we

Two-tier enterprise resource planning, a blend of on-premise and cloud ERP solutions, is not a new concept. But in today’s market, there are a number of factors pushing companies to further adopt this model, including:

While artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a reality for a growing number of organizations in the digital economy today, there is still a strong fear of displacement from the employee population. In fact, according to

As planned, SAP has released SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1802 on February 5, 2018. This release includes many innovations that serve to unlock immense business value in organizations that leverage our cloud ERP system software. “Intelligent

We are pleased to announce the availability of SAP Best Practices for S/4HANA Cloud 1802 on SAP Best Practices Explorer (SAP BPX).  With this release, content is provided for five additional countries and one additional

Highlights of the SAP #S4HANA Cloud 1802 Release Today, we’re happy to announce the general availability of the SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1802 release. Our first release update of 2018 includes several innovations that make our

US Airforce Pilot and researcher John Boyd once proposed a model known as the OODA Loop   Observe, Orient, Decide, Act.   Boyd suggested that, two pilots locked in a battle would constantly need to observe what