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Duke University Men’s Basketball Takes Digital Game to New Heights with SAP HANA

by Ken Murphy, Senior Features Editor | April 7, 2017

Duke University’s men’s basketball team, the Blue Devils, has a lot of fans, and for good reason – it has the winningest coach in college basketball history and a long history of being home to the game’s all stars. With... MORE »»

Cintas Finds a Fresh Approach in the Cloud

by Ken Murphy, Senior Features Editor | April 7, 2017

Learn how Cintas -- the facilities services and uniform company that services nearly one million customers throughout North America -- consolidated its segmented landscape onto SAP ERP in a private managed cloud and implemented SAP Hybris Commerce and SAP Hybris... MORE »»

Dalmia Bharat Group Mitigates Access Risks in Growing SAP Landscape

by Lauren Bonneau, Managing Editor | April 6, 2017

Dalmia Bharat Group – whose businesses cover products ranging from cement to sugar – was growing at an impressive rate. The company expanded from $400 million to $2 billion in the course of a decade, much of this growth stemming... MORE »»

New England Biolabs Undergoes Technology Strategy Shift

by Nicole D'Angelo, SAPinsider Assistant Editor | April 5, 2017

When New England Biolabs (NEB), a provider of materials for genetic research, started experiencing double-digit growth, it became apparent that manually tracking inventory in notebooks, spreadsheets, and home-grown applications would no longer support the demand of its customers. And, because... MORE »»

Microbattery Powers Up a New Customer-Facing Storefront

by Ken Murphy, Senior Features Editor | March 31, 2017

Online shopping has become the new normal – and it’s an important way for small businesses to make their products available to potential customers. But the technology supporting ecommerce is not always easy for a small business to run. This... MORE »»

Heidelberg University Hospital Partners with SAP to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Underprivileged Patients

by Lauren Bonneau, Managing Editor | March 31, 2017

Every year, 500,000 women worldwide are newly diagnosed with cervical cancer.  To help prevent this disease, Heidelberg University Hospital developed a project using a biomarker that would help determine if a woman infected with HPV was at risk for developing... MORE »»

How AdminaHealth Helps Companies Transition to and Manage Self-Funded Healthcare Plans with SAP Business All-in-One

by Ken Murphy, Senior Features Editor | March 30, 2017

For many organizations, creating a self-funded healthcare plan for employees is an attractive option for managing or even reversing rising healthcare costs and insurance premiums. With these savings come new complexities, however, as many of the administrative tasks once held... MORE »»

Creating a Culture of Collaboration at Sargent & Lundy

by Lauren Bonneau, Managing Editor | March 24, 2017

When power project services company Sargent & Lundy was faced with the need to empower new staff with the knowledge to succeed, business leaders recognized the immediate need for capturing expert knowledge from seasoned, in-house specialists before they reached retirement... MORE »»

Sealed Air Packages an Improved Customer Experience

by Ken Murphy, Senior Features Editor | March 16, 2017

As producers of packaging materials, Sealed Air – the inventors of Bubble Wrap – helps organizations deliver products to their customers. Recently, Sealed Air has been focusing much of its energy on delivering better service to its own customers, embarking... MORE »»

How Thomas Cook Group Airlines Keeps Pace with Evolving Tourism Industry

by Lauren Bonneau, Managing Editor | March 1, 2017

The digital economy is taking the travel and tourism industry to new destinations, and Thomas Cook Group Airlines knew it had to make the journey to digital business. As part of the airline provider’s digital business strategy, it strove for... MORE »»