Digital Transformation




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Apr 13th 2016

In 2014, 14,000 of you signed up to learn about how to implement a sustainable strategy on the openSAP course “Sustainability and Business Innovation”.

Average: 2 (1 vote)
Mar 15th 2016

Digitization is reinventing the global economy; individuals, businesses, and societies are becoming interconnected in real time, leading to a new digital economy that is more collaborative, intelligent, responsive, and efficient, with dramatic increases in productivity and economic value. This digital economy is transforming how we design, plan, respond, make, ship, and operate our products and assets.

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Oct 20th 2015

New business networks are changing the game for businesses and consumers in the digital economy. To keep up with the demands and expectations of consumers and business buyers, companies must connect, interact, and integrate on previously unknown and unexpected levels. SAP’s business network group addresses precisely that demand, using cloud-based solutions that deliver connectivity, efficiency, affordability, and a great user experience on any device, any time.

Average: 10 (3 votes)
Oct 6th 2015

Digital transformation is first and foremost not about new technologies. It is about changing the way a company creates value, interacts with its customers and business partners, and competes in established and emerging markets. It is an organizational change process that reaches every corner of the company.
Digital transformation projects are characterized by high social complexity, structural rigidity, and procedural ambiguity. Initiating, executing, and governing the digital transformation of their companies is a major challenge for today’s leaders.
In this course, you’ll learn about the characteristics of digital transformation, how it evolved, and how the organizational and technological changes associated with digital transformation change the role, the skills, and the concept of leadership.

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Jul 2nd 2015

While the cloud provides access to functionality for easy consumption, customers often want to keep dedicated systems on-premise. SAP supports hybrid deployments, a combination of on-premise and cloud, to get the best of both worlds. However, this opens up questions on architectural best practices, integration options, security aspects, and how to operate the new environment. In this course, you will get an overview of SAP’s cloud offerings and a deep dive into what hybrid means for integration, security, and operations, along with examples of SAP’s best practices and recommendations. We will also talk about transformation scenarios and the impact this has on your organization. Finally, we will provide some guidelines on how to start your own hybrid transformation journey.

Average: 4 (1 vote)