It’s not enough to follow your own path and achieve the career goals you’ve set for yourself. For me at least, being successful means paying it forward and laying out the groundwork to help others find their path, too.
We’re inching closer to SAP's 2025 end-of-service deadline and companies across North America are evaluating when they need to make the move to SAP S/4HANA. Yet, most are still struggling with one of the biggest barriers to the new, intelligent enterprise enabled ERP—building a strong business case.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott wants those who follow SAP’s earnings—and you know who you are—to understand that the software company’s strong first half puts it in position to deliver on its targets for the full year ahead. “Thanks to the continued trust of our customers, we are a profitable growth company. The key growth drivers performed as we expected they would in the first half, giving us enormous confidence in our top line for years to come,” he said during the earnings call on Thursday, July 18.
For 15 years, Johnsonville has been a relatively early adopter of SAP technologies. We’ve relied on SAP solutions to support and enable our growth and innovation.
At the age of 47, SAP continues to remain relevant in the technology arena today, either by acquiring other companies, or by producing transformational products such as SAP S/4HANA. The list of recent acquisitions—SAP Concur, SAP Ariba, SAP SuccessFactors, SAP CallidusCloud, SAP Fieldglass, SAP Hybris, and Qualtrics XM—continues to grow and expand on the solutions SAP offers.
Although new technology and software enhancements help us meet our end goals and do our jobs more efficiently, it also can highlight an experience and expertise gap. It’s..
For the past year, SAP has focused much of its attention on customer experience, particularly via its SAP C/4HANA suite. Recently, it added a new offering known as Qualtrics Experience Management (XM).
SAP pointed out that the operational data (O-data) it has made its living off of during the past 47 years is only half of the equation. As a market researcher who has spent his career digging into experience data (X-data), I can confirm that experience is indeed the other part of the equation and SAP is on the right track.
If you’ve visited the ASUG Hub either at SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference or SAP TechEd within the last eight years, then you’ve had the opportunity to walk through an experience I helped create.
I’m Rebecca Garrett. Nearly eight years ago I accepted a temporary job with ASUG to run its one-person membership department. That temp position eventually led to serving as the marketing director and then creative director of the marketing department and my involvement with the ASUG Hub for six years.
For those who visited the ASUG Hub this..
Anyone who’s been in IT for more than five minutes knows that IT teams are constantly being tasked with doing more faster and cheaper with resources that are already stretched thin. There’s no denying that it can be daunting for in-house IT departments and their leaders to take on even more responsibility these days.
But let’s look at this situation from a different point of view. What, at first, may seem like a request to do more as in, take on more work—could actually be a call for IT to make a greater impact on how an organization does..
I frequently get asked, “How did you get started in technology?” If you would have asked me 30 years ago if I’d ever see myself as the vice president of global applications IT at Topcon Positioning Systems, I probably would have told you, “I don’t know about that, but I do know that I’ll figure it out.”
I’m Kris Cowles. A little more than five years into my current role, I’m still figuring things out, just as I have always done throughout my career—and that’s not a bad thing.
Life often has a different plan than the one you decide you’re going..
Today, ASUG is excited to team up with DSAG and SAP to announce the Digital Access Adoption Program (DAAP). This new program is designed to help customers move to the digital access license model. According to Robin Manherz, SVP of global portfolio planning and commercialization at SAP, the new program promises “to remove uncertainty or trepidation associated with historic transactions, audits, and/or negotiated indirect licensing terms that may have, over time, become difficult for customers and SAP to succinctly rationalize.”