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10 April 2016

I hate the word, “synergy” almost as much as I hate the word, “passion” but sometimes when you experience the powerful combination of two technologies, no other word will do.

The two technologies that have forced me to embrace the word, "synergy" are SAP’s Cloud for Customer and Transversal’s Prescience.

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02 April 2016

Please join us on Wednesday May 25, 2016 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM BST / 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM EST and learn why Alteryx is the leading platform for self-service data analytics.

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11 March 2016

Check out the recording of our webinar, "Confessions of an SAP Cloud for Customer". Presented by me, Darron Walton, the webinar examines the good, the bad and the ugly of SAP C4C and gives tips on how to ensure a successful implementation of the solution.

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18 February 2016

In a previous blog, I identified four key issues with the SAP TPM solution today. Specifically, it’s poor usability, high complexity, generally poor performance and slow deployment time.

We recently completed an engagement for a global consumer goods company who, having implemented SAP TPM - and a notorious “tier one” SI TPM template - were struggling with the usability, complexity and performance of the solution.

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16 February 2016

Since we originally posted this blog back in November 2013 it has consistently been one of our most frequently read blogs. I guess it goes to show both the level of interest around Fiori within the SAP community and the power of a snappy title.

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15 February 2016

When people talk about knowledge management integration for SAP Cloud for Customer, MindTouch is often one of the first products mentioned. In this blog I want to introduce you to an alternative and, in my opinion, better product that elevates itself above other knowledge management products through its ability to understand what people mean and not what they say, anticipate what knowledge they will need next and improve through continued use. This is much more than a search engine that can trawl through a repository of documents. The product is Transversal’s next-generation cognitive knowledge platform Prescience and at De Villiers Walton we’ve been so impressed by it that we’ve integrated it with SAP C4C.

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