DEDHAM, Mass., October 24, 2012 — Some companies try to pin the term “innovation” to every change they make — no matter how ordinary or mundane that change really is. Unfortunately, this practice has caused “innovation” to be considered as just a buzzword for many companies. In this article, Eric Verniaut, SAP’s Head of North America Services, talks about how SAP’s service offerings can help these organizations recapture the true meaning of innovation and make it a part of every business process.
“Taking Innovation from a Buzzword to a Business Standard,” a Q&A with Eric Verniaut, is now available at http://sapinsider.wispubs.com/Article/Taking-Innovation-from-a-Buzzword-to-a-Business-Standard/6597. The article can also be found on page 8 of the October-December 2012 issue of SAPinsider, both in print and via the SAPinsider mobile app for Apple and Android platforms.
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