Next Wednesday, February 15th, at 3pm – 4.30pm PST, I will be moderating a panel on the theme of Products+Social=Better Products as part of Social Media Day at SAP Palo Alto (and Online). We’ll discussing how to make better products thanks to social techniques. Please join us! You can register here and the conference hashtags are #SMW12 and #SAP.
SAP Social Intelligence is now an integral part of the new, enterprise-strength SAP StreamWork decision collaboration platform
SAP Research has joined forces with the town of Antibes to implement the SAP BusinessObjects Social Network Analyzer prototype, in order to help improve public-sector collaboration, transparency, and citizen services.
I am a proud member of the 2.0 Adoption Council, a group devoted to creating and sharing best practices in Enterprise 2.0 adoption. The 2.0 Adoption Council is a peer-based, information-sharing group interested in the latest thinking, best practices, case studies, and helpful tips associated with executing socio-collaborative strategies and projects in the large enterprise.
Here are some highlights of SAP’s directions in on-demand applications, social networking, and cloud computing, in the words of the leaders of these initiatives at SAP
Mark Yolton, Senior VP of SAP’s Community Network explains to Business.com how he and his team have built a 1.7 million-strong member community.
SAP has been testing a new on-demand social collaboration platform from CubeTree to facilitate internal networking, alongside other internal platforms such as Jive, CubeTree, and Atlassian.
At the Enterprise 2.0 2009 event in Boston, Jive and SAP announced that Jive is going to be a reseller of SAP’s on-demand BI solutions, providing “social BI” to their customers. Here’s why BI is essential for Enterprise 2.0 initiatives.