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Dec
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Posted by on in SAP Fiori

Despite SAP Fiori now being available free to SAP customers the uptake to date has been surprisingly low. What is stopping you from implementing SAP Fiori within your business?

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14
Dec
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Posted by on in SAP Cloud

The DVW SAP Cloud for Customer Executive Overview is a 1-day course delivered on-site or virtually.

At the end of the course, we provide 30 days access to a SAP Cloud for Customer demo system for you to trial in-house.

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05
Nov
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Posted by on in SAP Cloud

If you are considering an implementation of SAP Cloud for Customer and want to understand the likely implementation effort and cost, you will want to take advantage of our free no obligation estimation service. All it requires is 5 minutes of your time.

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05
Nov
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Posted by on in SAP HANA

In this second part of a two-part blog, I offer some practical tips on how you can build the business case to justify the investment to implement or migrate your existing SAP BW installation to SAP BW on HANA. If you missed the first part of the blog you can catch up here. If you are already convinced that SAP BW on HANA is right for you and you need advice and support with the development of your specific business case then skip straight to our risk-free, fixed price business case offer.

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04
Nov
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The SAP Cloud for Customer (C4C) Guide to Social Media Integration with Twitter

Posted by on in SAP Cloud

One of the "hidden" gems of SAP Cloud for Customer (C4C) is the ability to integrate social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook into the Customer Service component of the solution. In this eBook we walk you through the process of integrating your company's Twitter channel into SAP C4C enabling the automatic creation of Tickets for your Customer Service teams to action and respond to. 

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