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An SAP week in links // 13

Episode 2015.13

Jeff Word
SAP drinks its champagne - Part 1 & Part 2
Jeff interviews SAP Americas CIO and they discuss the implementation of both BW and ECC on HANA. Good story and clear lessons learned that other customers can benefit from.

10 Golden rules, well actually 11 :)
A migration to Suite on HANA is not a technical migration, sure a major part is technology, but do not underestimate the impact on business. Better: use the momentum to get rid of all your old, sometimes even dead, custom developments. Back to standard SAP.

Storify Tweet story of SAP Inside Track Frankfurt
Relive the event in tweets. Well organized by Hendrik Neumann, Christian Braukmuller and Tobias Trapp.

Superb SAP Startup Focus product. Celonis plots the real process, not your desired or theoretical one. On base of table entries Celonis proves that the purchase process doesn't start with a request or a purchase order but with the arrival of the invoice. Great visualization options.

Internet of Things well explained, especially the case on how to keep restrooms clean with sensors.

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