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How to ensure SAP Cloud for Customer project success

How to ensure SAP Cloud for Customer project success

Given that SAP Cloud for Customer (C4C) is still a relatively new product, it’s perhaps inevitable that I’m hearing as many groans of dissatisfaction from SAP C4C customers as screams of delight. So, what’s going on and how can we convert those groans into screams?

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When good SAP projects go bad: Act like an ostrich or take control?

When good SAP projects go bad: Act like an ostrich or take control?

You wake up after yet another restless night and know deep in the pit of your stomach that the honeymoon is well and truly over. Your chosen SI's A-team convinced you that they could deliver a catalogue of tangible benefits to your business and you were sold.

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Squeeze the last drop of value from SAP WCEM in 2016

Squeeze the last drop of value from SAP WCEM in 2016

Much to my surprise not only does SAP WCEM have a pulse, it has quite a strong one at that. I thought that SAP had hammered the final nail into the coffin when it removed WCEM from the price list back in January 2014. However, I was wrong.

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Wufoo Forms integration into SAP Cloud for Customer

Wufoo Forms integration into SAP Cloud for Customer

Building online forms can be hard. Wufoo makes it easy. DVW makes it easier still by integrating Wufoo with SAP Cloud for Customer.

DVW’s Wufoo integration into SAP Cloud for Customer enables Leads to be extracted from Wufoo Forms and converted into SAP Cloud for Customer Leads.

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SAP Cloud for Customer Training 2016

In 2016, De Villiers Walton is again delivering the full SAP Cloud for Customer curriculum on behalf of SAP's Center of Education Excellence (CoEE).

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