Hong Kong-based experts offering new ideas and no sales talk
While the pandemic has put the brakes many popular pastimes, it’s been a blessing for online content companies. People have been binge-watching their favourite shows like there’s no tomorrow. However, with studios closed down, most of the content isn’t new.
Since May, SAP has been doing its part to solve the content conundrum, with a show we call Demo Wednesdays. In the tradition of the best reality TV, it takes solution demos to a new level, with topical information tailored to the interests of the audience.
The structure and 4:00pm timeslot is the same every week or so – a short, 45-minute, product focused webinar with no sales pitches. What’s more, the whole team is Hong-Kong based, which means many of the webinars are conducted in Cantonese.
New topics and a packed program
The schedule for the rest of the 2020 season is filling up fast.
For example, later this month (16 Sept), Kelvin Sin and Gabriel Wong will demonstrate how to “Turn Employees Into Ambassadors with Human Experience Management.” They’ll cover how Qualtrics Employee Experience complements SAP SuccessFactors to provide companies with a full Human Experience Management system.
The following week (23 Sept) it’s time to “Move from Basic Sourcing to Advanced Sourcing” with SAP Ariba, One of the biggest sourcing challenges is that there has been no single solution that works for all spend categories and manages the entire source-to-contract process from integrating new bills of materials (BOMs) from product lifecycle management (PLM) systems. In this session, Frank Tang will demonstrate the benefits of moving from tactical sourcing to strategic sourcing, showcasing SAP Ariba’s Strategic Sourcing capabilities.
October offers an opportunity to find out how to “Streamline Accounts Payable process and optimize spend” with SAP Concur Intelligent Invoicing, “Improve Omnichannel Customer Service” with SAP Service Cloud, and “Close your technology experience gaps” with Qualtrics EX for IT.
Things will accelerate in November, when the first session will cover how to “Create a bot in 30 mins with SAP Intelligent RPA.” That’s particularly important in times like these, when human resources are scarce and companies have to minimize unnecessary effort while focusing on high value tasks.
Don’t miss a minute
There’s plenty more on the schedule. And, if you miss anything you can always catch up by watching or re-watching any session you like on-demand.
We might not be up for any Emmys or Golden Globes, but the topics and demos every Wednesday could help you get ahead of your competitors in an increasingly tough business environment. For SAP, that’s the best possible reward.