Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Agile and SAP on Twitter

Last Friday @jonerp, @puneetsuppal and I had an interesting discussion on Twitter about SAP and Agile. Trigger was my tweet on a visit to a large company with a centralized IT department.
Need to start writing a "How To start with Agile in the SAP world" quickly.

Thanks to @jpenninkhof for pointing out the advanced search at Twitter.

Even easier process implementation with SAP NetWeaver CE7.2

Last year I wrote two blogs on process implementation with SAP NetWeaver CE7.1:
- Easy process implementation with SAP NetWeaver BPM.
- Easy process implementation with SAP NetWeaver BPM / the BRM sequel.

I was wondering how things have changed with SAP NetWeaver CE7.2. So I picked up the expense demo process again and reimplemented it in CE7.2.

The differences are described in my SDN blog.

SAP Inside Track Eindhoven 2009

Saturday December 12th was the day the first SAP Inside Track in the Netherlands took off. 30 People gathered in Eindhoven to listen to and discuss with 6 different speakers. How about that? Thirty enthusiastic SAP consultants from 10 different companies join together to share thoughts and ideas on the SAP TechEd: The SAP TechEd XPerience.

The borderless enterprise comes to live when the SCN community works together on an event like SAP Inside Track.

Next? SAP Inside Track Bonn, February 20th 2010. Hosted by Tobias Trapp and Thorsten Franz.

Read a detailed summary, with pictures, on my SDN blog.

SAP TechEd 2009 Vienna Recap

Great to see how SAP integrated Twitter in the event. Screensavers everywhere to get live updates from participants. Next stop is to get audience participation during keynote via Twitter in 2010? Hope that will spice up the keynote a bit ;-)
When you are a frequent visitor you can clearly see the increments in SAP products. Besides the hands-on training and the latest roadmaps, SAP TechEd is also a great event to actually meet all the SDN/BPX bloggers, co-tweeters and SAP Mentors. Here the collaboration of the future is composed, beyond company borders within communities formed by people of the same mind.

Read a detailed summary on my SDN blog.