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Tammy Powlas

Source: SAP This was a “knowledge 4 u” webinar given by SAP yesterday. Source: SAP What does S/4HANA mean for the supply chain, with the 1709 release Source: SAP The 3 I’s Source: SAP Several

Source: SAP Source: SAP The usual legal disclaimer applies; everything in the future is subject to change Source: SAP Run (SAP Cloud apps) Win is Leonardo “Innovate core processes to innovate” by going to the

Source: SAP This was an ASUG BITI webcast given by SAP Figure 2: Source: SAP Recommend modeling iwth PAL – algorithms are implemented in server, where data resides, see much better performance Figure 3: Source:

Source: SAP You can watch the replay here I also attended the same session live (but with a different customer) Source: SAP Forward thinking statements are subject to change Source: SAP Bring self service to business

This was an SAP Webcast yesterday.  You can view all roadmaps at sap.com/roadmaps Source: SAP Retrain model; machines will continuously learn from data Source: SAP Data manager – user manages data with clicks, not code

This was a webcast today; webinars can be found here Source: SAP Source: SAP Source: SAP What is coming – subject to change Source: SAP How to manage performance reviews, change precise, turnover problems, compensation

Source: SAP Source: SAP Forward looking statements are subject to change   Focus of this session Is to provide you with technical insights impacting Lumira Deployment and Sizing: Your usage scenarios will dictate how to

SAP’s Tom Raftery  presented this today, hosted by Svea Becker Source: SAP Tom says there is still a lot of confusion about what it is It is not a product, application but a brand It is an innovation

In this Journal of Accountancy article, it shows how to add the speak buttons to Excel 2016.  I thought why not try it with Analysis Office?  What can I do to make ASUG webcast statistics

You can watch this session online here. SAP’s Jayne Landry presented this session at SAP TechEd Las Vegas. Source: SAP   The legal disclaimer applies that things in the future are subject to change. Source: SAP Jayne