Denis Browne, senior vice president of SAP's Imagineering division, sat down at the show to talk with SearchSAP.com about how SAP is approaching the latest developments in enterprise applications.
In this 15-minute podcast, appropriate for business or technical listeners, Browne discusses:
- What the Imagineering division is and how it works with customers
- How a large company like SAP is staying competitive with smaller, nimble startups
- Some of the new products emerging from the Imagineering division
- Why gaming will be the newest model for enterprise applications
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