I am very excited about this upcoming webinar on October 6th at 2 PM ET, because I have seen the draft presentation and it offers details that have been hard to find until now. SAP/Sybase are starting to provide real insight into their strategies, the architecture of their solutions and the various components.
I will be kicking off the webinar but quickly handing the microphone over to the real mobility experts. A good friend of mine Dr. Ahmed El Adl, of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, will be joining and he has many years experience working on mobile enterprise application implementations using the Sybase Unwired Platform and integrating with SAP. He knows what has worked and not worked in the past and will share his thoughts on implementing and using the combined SAP/Sybase solution.
Many of you already know Sam Lakkundi, the mobility expert from Sybase. He is a mobility architect at the SAP Mobile Center of Excellence (COE) and will be presenting many details on the emerging SAP/Sybase strategy and roadmap.
Here is a brief outline of this upcoming webinar:
- How will the new SAP/Sybase mobility product roadmap help you to implement your enterprise-mobility strategy?
- How will the new SAP/Sybase mobile technology platform fix or improve some of the biggest implementation challenges of the past?
- How is the SAP/Sybase combination going to make implementations easier?
- What ar
e possible unified enterprise-mobility architectures based on the announced SAP/Sybase mobility roadmap?
- What advice do you have for IT developers who want to develop their own in-house mobile solutions?
- What advice do you have for the SAP mobility partners in the SAP ecosystem about how to build their mobile applications?
- What are some considerations for organizations with extensive SAP landscapes?
- What are some considerations for organizations with extensive non-SAP systems?
- How can companies leverage existing devices and applications that are already in place?
I hope to see you there! The link to register for this webinar is:
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