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Rooted firmly in a cost-accounting world, Deloitte’s concept of the ‘Adaptable Organization’ seems disingenuous and superficial.
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The supply chain has emerged as a competitive success factor. Companies would do well to add new features to enhance and fortify it.
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There are as many arguments in favor of the public cloud as they are against it. A way to combine its advantages with the benefits of on premises is a hybrid approach.
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Digital transformation is unavoidable - a fact that most manufacturing companies still have a hard time grappling with.
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In this case, the word ‘systems’ doesn’t mean technology and hardware - it means the organizational structure of a company.
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When it comes to supply chain finance, most believe that key to success is the choice of technology or transaction platform. This is not entirely true.
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As nice as it is to be listened to, SAP shouldn’t rely on customers to point out weak spots.
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Planning to optimize your digital customer journey? EasySend can help.
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Event streaming opens up many business use cases. Let’s have a look at one of them: event streaming used for real-time shipment monitoring.
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The global crisis triggered by COVID-19 is highlighting a knowledge gap in leaders and managers that leaves them unprepared to respond to complex phenomena.
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On top of the ongoing global pandemic, the world is also facing a climate crisis. Everyone can do their part - not only by recycling or saving water, but also by deleting obsolete data.
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Especially during an ongoing global crisis, streamlining processes - and consequently saving money - through process automation becomes more important than ever before.
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Companies that invest in (SAP) software products naturally want to know that what they invested in will stick around for more than just a few years. With some key numbers shrouded in mystery, how can customers reliably tell which products might vanish from the market soon?
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The decision between on premises, cloud, or hybrid concepts didn’t - and still doesn’t - come easy to many customers. To alleviate some of the complexity, Oracle announced its new Cloud Gen2.
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Design to Operate offers great opportunities for SAP user companies in manufacturing.
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Data are the foundation for reliable decisions - making the insufficient data quality in most companies even more worrying. Comprehensive, effective data management can help.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic has shown, cloud applications are an essential building block of future digital transformation initiatives.
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Without solid groundwork, all witty social media exchanges and visionary keynotes are for naught - a lesson SAP should take to heart.
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Building software for the (SAP) cloud is very different from on-premises software. This obvious and trivial fact has consequences for software development rules.
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SAP support teams concern themselves with tickets about access management and accounts - which often gets in the way of their actual work. AM services can help.
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Does anybody remember the SAP statement, “Hana is not a database, it is a platform”? It caused confusion back then - and even today.
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The automotive retailer LUEG is benefiting from improvements on multiple levels thanks to an automated SAP-integrated invoice workflow from xSuite Group.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has enormous potential, making it one of the most disruptive technologies of our time. SAP seems to have gotten the message as well.
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Excitement around SAP Data Hub has died down, and there is a simple reason for that.
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Many SAP customers feel unsure of what to do concerning the migration to S/4 Hana – and rightly so.
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While some customers remain skeptical, there is mounting evidence that SAP Hana-Linux clusters simplify operations and accelerate digital transformation.
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Historical data may be a pain sometimes, but they are the key to unlocking a company’s full potential.
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Digital transformation is important in every area of business, and sales and distribution is no exception – which is why Osram has decided to undertake a next-gen sales project.
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When it comes to software, creating, building and maintaining a User Interface (UI) might be one of the most difficult tasks.
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Human Resources (HR) departments everywhere are facing a multitude of challenges – one of which is how to choose the right learning management system.
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What do a company, a complex machine, and a living being have in common? In times of crisis, all of them require control and regulation to achieve productivity and relative planning reliability.