SAP SAPPHIRE NOW Day 3 Round Up
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SAP SAPPHIRE NOW Day 3 Round Up

Posted by: Owain Wood 17 May 12 - 7:55AM  | Owain Wood



Day 3 SAP SAPPHIRE Now Round Up from Orlando   

Dream Shot ! Hasso Plattner and SAP two co-CEO Bill McDermott & Jim Snabe - What were the odds to meet them all ?

Martin Gillet's Dream Shot! co-CEO Jim Snabe & Bill McDermott with Hasso Plattner and the SAP Mentors. Follow Martin here and see more of his SAPPHIRE NOW Flickr album here.

SAP's SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando is over for another year but not to worry for it will be back in Madrid in November coupled with TechEd. We hope you've had a great few days and enjoyed many of the fine keynotes, tracks and of course Van Halen. 

Here is our final day round-up, a day which incuded keynotes from the Chairman of the SAP's Supervisory Board, Hasson Plattner and also Vishal Sikka - Head of Technology and Innovation - who discussed how SAP HANA is simplifying customer experiences and delivering enterprise scale. To be honest it was a very HANA focussed day!

Quote of the day:

“Please, please, please, my dear competition,” Plattner said, pleading, “We can beat each other and fight each other as much as we want and argue, but do not predict how a system really works when you really don’t know and don’t want to know. Either be better informed, or don’t do it.” - Hasso Plattner


Tweet of the day (it was practically trending)

Take Note! Developer licenses for HANA and NEO are now FREE. This is huge! #SAPPHIRENOW by John Appleby (@appleby)

 


 

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Dan Farber has great coverage of the keotyne where Hasso Plattner outlined SAP's "new idea" for on demand software a vision that includes community and collaboration at its core. Jeff says it's criminal that SAP sat on this so-called "MySpace for the enterprise" for a year. Of course, this natural given that enterprises are slow-moving by their nature. SAP TechEd '06 was eye-opening for me it's clear these guys get it from the top-down. (Credentialing bloggers was a big clue). If they truly want to play in the small- and medium-business markets, however, they're going to need to learn to innovate faster. As Tom Carroll suggests, this is a monolithic challenge but ultimately service abstractions are the way to achieve this agility.
Posted by: Daria, Date 21 June 2013, 08:49PM

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