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December 20, 2021 60 min
The Buzz 1: “Everybody can relax...I found the car. Needs some suspension work and shocks. Brakes, brake pads, lining, steering box, transmission, rear end.” (Raymond Stantz PhD, played by Dan Ackroyd, Ghostbusters, 1984 sci-fi film) The Buzz 2: “Hey Chad, does this thing go any faster? We're kind of in a hurry, and I could really open her up, and if you wanted me to drive.” (Natalie Cook, played by Cameron Diaz, Charlie's Angels, 2000 American action-comedy film) Speaking of cars, “looking under the hood” entails examining the engine – the oil, water, transmission fluid, brake fluid, battery, belts, hoses and more – to determine if it's road-worthy. Today, we’ll explore the under the hood core business processes, data sources and integration, innovation, technology adoption, and change management implementation that determine if a business is a resilient, profitable, and sustainable Intelligent Enterprise. We’ll ask SAP’s David Robinson, Philipp Herzig, and Phil Loewen for their take on the next-generation Intelligent Enterprise and how your company can arrive there safely and happily, Tune in for Looking Under the Hood: The Intelligent Enterprise. Enjoy another episode of Ready. Set. Transform. presented by RISE with SAP.
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