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In App Extensibility | SAP Cloud

SAP Cloud is designed to be consumed by industry but every client has specific needs for which customization is needed. However, SAP Cloud avoids customization to a great extent by employing extensibility in the Cloud core. These changes/modifications needs minimal... Continue Reading →

Introduction SAP S/4Hana Cloud | SAP Cloud

SAP S/4HANA Cloud is the natural progression of a successful product on premise. With highly connected world with tremendous system performance, this change was inevitable. What makes it even more impressive is the rate of this progression.  With competition and... Continue Reading →

IoT In Healthcare Sector

In developing country like India, IoT can play a very important role in years to come especially in a post-COVID world which has catapulted the world into another dimension altogether. Following are some of the advantages of using IoT in... Continue Reading →

Introduction To SAP C/4HANA

SAP C/4HANA is driven by multiple factors with one entity at its core - Customers. The central idea behind C/4HANA is to provide a comfortable, secure, and holistic experience to the Customer. As per SAP - five trends driving change... Continue Reading →

Cutover Activity In SAP

SAP Teams develop the solution in Development Systems. After adequate testing, the code and configuration changes would eventually move to a higher system where extensive testing will be conducted before transferring them to production. Cutover Activity encompasses all tasks and... Continue Reading →

SAP Intelligent RPA – Introduction

Robotic Process Automation: Wiki says - "Robotic process automation (or RPA) is a form of business process automation technology based on metaphorical software robots (bots) or artificial intelligence (AI) workers." RPA has been in motion since mankind started evolving tools.... Continue Reading →

Design Thinking And Testing – Part 02

A crucial component of implementing Design Thinking in the project is to extract information from testers - functional consultants, end-users or business users - when they are sharing feedback. The difference between the two iterations of the prototype depends on... Continue Reading →

Design Thinking And Testing – Part 01

One of the founding principles of both Design Thinking and Agile Methodology is that the development team should be able to test their prototype as soon as possible in order to assess - 1. How close is the prototype to... Continue Reading →

Risk Aversion And Entrepreneurship – 2

When Groupon started, they didn't start big. They tested their thoughts and slowly calibrated based on the response they received from their focus group before expanding their business idea originally named The Point. As a matter of fact, the USP... Continue Reading →

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