With a vision to transform a small annual in-person meeting into a virtual event open to all, last year a team at SAP got to work and set a goal of attracting 10,000 online attendees. There was no playbook, and many risks were taken.
Since the launch of SAP S/4HANA, the next-generation intelligent suite, customers have fully embraced the move to digital, and many of them are already on their journeys to becoming intelligent enterprises.
People across the world are relying on a wide variety of online sources and media platforms to consume news and information about COVID-19. But with the information overload surrounding this topic, distinguishing facts from fiction has become especially challenging.
For a time during the current coronavirus epidemic, people were not able to participate in immersive experiences, such as a sailing to experience the problem of ocean plastic firsthand. The pandemic has instilled a fear of close contact, which will likely shape human interaction for some time to come.
In times like these, purpose is not just a word, it is a responsibility. At SAP, we leverage our scale and network in innovating pragmatic solutions on the basis of shared values and purpose, but also live the purpose through our own actions to help the world run better and improve people’s lives.
WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today adopted the Open COVID Pledge, committing to make all its patents available, at no cost, to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic and mitigate its impact.
Join the first Thought Leader podcast from openSAP Invites and meet Igor Jablokov, founder and CEO of Pryon.
Months before the pandemic ignited a global business crisis, industry analysts ranked robotic process automation (RPA) among the leading ingredients of digital transformation.
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