Simplification and Innovation with SAP on Azure

Roundtable - 17, June 2021 at 14:00 BST

Join us for this complementary roundtable to find out how two of your strategic partners are working together to help you simplify, automate, and innovate! We will be exploring the benefits of running SAP’s business applications on the Microsoft Azure platform and reviewing real-world deployment examples. We will also look at the opportunities for integration, analytics, and innovation extensions using a combination of the SAP Business Technology Platform and Azure products and services.

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MEET THE AUTHORS

Timo Elliott SAP
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Timo Elliott is an innovation evangelist and international conference speaker who has presented to business and IT audiences in over forty countries around the world. A 23-year veteran of SAP BusinessObjects, Elliott works closely with SAP development and innovation centers around the world on new technology directions. His popular Business Analytics blog at timoelliott.com tracks innovation in analytics and social media, including topics such as big data, collaborative decision-making, and social analytics. Prior to Business Objects, Elliott was a computer consultant in Hong Kong and led analytics projects for Shell in New Zealand. He holds a first-class honors degree in Economics with Statistics from Bristol University, England.

Gavin Nichols Microsoft
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Gavin Nichols is a platform innovation specialist who has worked in the industry for over 20 years representing IBM, Oracle, SAP and Microsoft aligning with organisation executives to challenge their outlook and build plans for the future. Has most recently presented at the International SAP Conference for Oil & Gas championing the augmentation of data types to drive better business outcomes. Represents Microsoft as part of the UK Strategic Partnerships Team, disrupting business thinking and approaches for SAP workloads. He holds a BEng Degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Plymouth, England.