insiderPROFILES Publishes New Article — “Why SAP Customers Need to Rethink Their Business Processes”

November 21, 2013


DEDHAM, Mass., November 21, 2013 — insiderPROFILES magazine announces that a new article, “Why SAP Customers Need to Rethink Their Business Processes to Keep Pace with a Rapidly Changing Environment” by Brian Vogt and Mike Pearl, is now available in its October-December 2013 issue.

In this recurring column in insiderPROFILES, experts at PwC will explore different ways companies are driving business innovation by leveraging new technology, with a spotlight on finance, security, and data management. In this introductory column, PwC consultants Brian Vogt and Mike Pearl dig into some of the broader technology trends in the marketplace, including cloud computing, in-memory technology, mobility, and social media, to help readers determine how they can leverage those technologies to improve business performance.

“Why SAP Customers Need to Rethink Their Business Processes” by Brian Vogt and Mike Pearl is now available at The article can also be found on page 3 of the October-December 2013 issue of insiderPROFILES, both in print and via the insiderPROFILES mobile app for Apple and Android platforms.

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From the publisher of SAPinsider, insiderPROFILES magazine offers detailed profiles of today’s most influential business and IT leaders — their strategies, best practices, and how they leverage SAP, SAP BusinessObjects, and SAP NetWeaver solutions to achieve their objectives. For more information, and to activate your free subscription, visit insiderPROFILES is published by WIS Publishing.

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Melanie A. Obeid

Group Editor, SAPinsider & insiderPROFILES

WIS Publishing, publisher of SAPinsider

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