by Hans Thalbauer
Companies are increasingly realizing the enormous value that can be extracted from connecting people, products, and assets in a collaborative network that provides a real-time, operational view of the business. The mission and purpose of the SAP Leonardo portfolio is to help SAP customers realize this value and change thought into action by capturing sensor data in real time and using it to drive new business processes and models. Here, SAP’s Hans Thalbauer, Senior Vice President, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, explains how SAP Leonardo fuels digital innovation by delivering sensor data in a business context, a key ingredient in an organization’s transition from producing things to outcomes.
by Thomas Ohnemus and Richard Howells
SAP Leonardo burst on the scene as an Internet of Things (IoT) platform — but it has become much more. In this exclusive interview with SAPinsider, SAP’s Thomas Ohnemus, Vice President of Solution Marketing, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, and Richard Howells, Vice President, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, discuss how SAP Leonardo now represents a system of innovation and intelligence that can work together with a company’s system of record to propel it into the future as a digital enterprise.
by Mike Lackey and John McNiff and Dr. Achim Krüger
In a digital supply chain, design, manufacturing, asset management, and finished products all come together in an uninterrupted, real-time loop to meet customer expectations for immediacy and customization. To achieve this, formerly siloed domains and processes must come closer together and become agile enough to meet individual demands. Learn how product design, manufacturing, and asset management are changing in modern supply chains, and how by combining IoT sensor data and other unstructured source data with business data, organizations can make real-time decisions based on current conditions to satisfy changing customer needs.