Join the EnterpriseJungle team as we represent Team SuccessFactors at the 2015 HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas for the first annual HR Tech Hackathon.
SAP is pushing the HANA Cloud Platform, a strong PaaS competitor, as the environment for developing business applications that tie into SAP software. Chris Maxcer talks about HCP and why EnterpriseJungle chose to use it.
James Sinclair on why the market for enterprise startups is bigger, more in demand, easier and a safer bet than a consumer startup. Period.
At SuccessConnect 2015, EnterpriseJungle co-founder James Sinclair sat with Jon Reed of Diginomica to talk HCP, the massive opportunity it brings and what tomorrow holds.
SAP Customer Success Story
Building Enterprise Networks
See how SAP partner EnterpriseJungle uses SAP HANA Cloud Platform to quickly identify tribal knowledge and expertise within the enterprise.
EnterpriseJungle wins the 2014 SAP HANA Cloud Challenge, designed to identify and bring to light innovative applications driving business forward.
Steve Lucas is the global president of the SAP Platform Solutions Group, leading the go-to-market teams and strategy for key innovations and technologies including SAP HANA, Analytics, Mobile, Platform as a Service, and Big Data. Join Steve and special guests as they entertain and demonstrate how they use key innovations and technologies to solve real world problems.
The challenge in having so much information at your fingertips is that sometimes it’s difficult to put a finger on exactly what you are looking for. This quarterly release blog includes information on two major feature enhancements that help you find specific resources and tools easily and quickly from within your SuccessFactors instance You can now get even more value from your cloud-based HR solution! Let’s take a look at each of these features.
The challenge however is that while sales operations are similar across many organizations, they are not identical, and you don’t want them to be so in any case. Otherwise, it would mean that your sales operations lack a distinctive style and more importantly a competitive edge over other competitors and businesses.
The advent of the app store has given users choice. And with choice comes power – and a whole new set of responsibilities for developers if they want even the slightest opportunity for success. Make something the people want. Or fail ….
Enterprises have started to adopt this consumerization of their internal tools, placing the end user first (in terms of data and access) and focusing on making the experience of real value: Making internal tools intuitive and with the same design and thinking specifications given to consumer tools.