A revolutionary new partnership with Apple, announced last week, isn’t the only thing that SAP had up its sleeve for this month.
SAPPHIRE NOW is a great opportunity to connect with a global community of people who use SAP solutions every day.
SAP will unveil lots of cool new stuff at its largest global business technology event, SAPPHIRE NOW, which starts on May 17. Each announcement will understandably have partners, customers, and prospects asking themselves a lot of questions, including, Is my organization ready for something like this?
“Much of what SAP has to offer might not be what your company needs,” Enterprise Applications Consulting Principal Joshua Greenbaum noted on Wednesday. “What’s important is that when you need it, SAP has it — or knows how to get it — or can find a partner to help you get it.”
In fact, there’s an entire community of people who use SAP solutions every day, and SAPPHIRE NOW is an unparalleled opportunity to connect with a lot them. Lessons learned from those who are immersed in this technology can help you streamline your digital business strategy and get more from your solutions.
What’s the Big Deal About Digital?
Benefits of becoming a seamless digital enterprise include making — and acting upon — critical and complex business decisions, and tailoring your goods and services to your end-users. And you can do all of that immediately — live and in real time – no more batch process.
But digital transformation requires more than just a simple fix.
“It’s not enough to speed-up the sales machinery; we need to rethink the whole organization,” SAP’s Benno Eberle stated in a blog post last week. “It sounds like a huge hurdle, but the tools we have today were science fiction only a few years ago.”
One of those tools is SAP S/4HANA Finance (formerly SAP Simple Finance), which is ERP financial software that can help you optimize processes, run on-the-fly analysis and more. It enables any organization to become a Live Business.
Feature Article — One day we will “think about machine learning the way we think about electricity: It’s hard to imagine the world without it,” said SAP Chief Innovation Officer Juergen Mueller at the recent SAP TechEd Barcelona.
Feature Article — At SAPPHIRE NOW, a common theme that emerged from SAP S/4HANA customers was a desire to revert back to simple.
Customizations on top of customizations have led to an overly complicated IT landscape which makes integrating