Game-changing technology strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions.brbr
Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional Coffee Break with Game-Changers for our special series on the Digital World. We’ll explore the complete range from the user experience across a wealth of devices right through to how major industries are transforming or reinventing themselves in this Digital Age.brbr
Learn how you can become the savvy Leader who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next wave of business innovation. Digital World with Game Changers, presented by SAP, can be heard live Tuesdays on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.
Does Simplifying Access to Data Make Us Smarter?
The buzz: Is faster ‘smarter”? You don’t need to be a statistician to access sophisticated analytics online and run them incredibly fast.
Data Privacy and Protection in The Age of Transparency
The buzz: Peek-a-boo. I see you! With information transparency fuelled by social aka human-created data, the collection and manipulation of our personal data by businesses is ubiquitous, and we’re not happy about it.
Social Gets Serious: Customer Experience Management Tools
The buzz: Seriously.
Social media is the real deal.
How? It can help achieve and surpass your customer support goals.
Who says? Key findings from a 1000-company research study.
Consumer Privacy in the Era of Big, Human Data: Possible?
The buzz: Privacy.
The fabled “360-degree customer insight” is within reach as Marketing enters an era of data science-driven insights.
Eating Disruption for Lunch: Digesting Decentralization
The buzz: Decentralizing.
In the industrial age, businesses like railroads and electric power companies grew large because centralizing allowed them to deliver improved services to their markets.
User Experience in Enterprise Software: ROI of UX
The buzz: Happiness.
Enterprise software has been delivering increased functionality for years, but too often at the expense of ease-of-use. Why? Good design is notoriously difficult and thus not addressed or measured by most IT teams.