It's been an interesting year for SAP so far, to say the least. It kicked off 2010 by relenting on a nearly two-year quest to institute a single maintenance and support structure. Shortly after, it announced its CEO of less-than-a-year, Leo Apotheker, would resign. SAP announced plans to regroup, renew its focus on customers, and revive product development and accelerate product delivery.
With all of that as a backdrop, SAP Sapphire NOW 2010, being held from May 16 through May 19, promises to be an exciting event. With two new CEOs at the helm, customers are anxious to get more insight into what "the new SAP" has in store for them. Plus, the European show, in Frankfurt, and the US show, in Orlando, are being held simultaneously this year.
Prepare to hear more about SAP's plans for innovation, specifically around mobile, in-memory and the cloud. SAP is also introducing a new enhancement package, according to Ray Wang, partner at Altimeter Group and well-known SAP expert.
How can you make sure your Sapphire 2010 experience is the best it can be? In this podcast, Wang shares his insight into what he thinks the big announcements and focus-areas will be, as well as sessions attendees shouldn't miss.
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