SAP is committed to a world of zero waste and it’s leading by example. SAP applications are versatile and limitless. In Ecuador, the SAP Cloud is used to protect the Chocó Rainforest, home to 500 bird species that don’t exist anywhere else in the world.
Working as an SAP contractor gives you the freedom to choose when, where and who you work for. One popular destination is Switzerland – the benefits include the culture, the scenery, the cities and the outstanding quality of life in general. Before you pack your bags though, there are a few things you need to consider.
Acquiring international experience is a good move at any stage of a career. In this blog, we focus on the region with the largest number of SAP opportunities in the Middle East, mostly in the Arabic countries - Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait - as well as in Egypt.
In the era of online-shopping, retailers are having to work harder than ever to stand out from the crowd, but customer loyalty can make all the difference. Snow Peak, Mafatlal and Belsport have invested in digital transformation with SAP S/4HANA to support customer loyalty and growth.
The controversy around IR35 continues to affect a number of industries, but the complexity of this regulation has created particular confusion in the IT sector. Prepare for HMRC enquiry letters by reviewing your working practices and contract terms.
Companies in the travel industry have the main goal of providing unforgettable experiences to their customers. To achieve this, world-leading companies use efficient and innovative SAP technology, improving not just their customer’s journey but also their own...
As the home of SAP, Germany has a huge spectrum of opportunities for all experience levels and in different size businesses. Being one of the biggest economies in the world, Germany is a great option for SAP consultants who are looking to enjoy the lifestyle of the 9th most visited country globally.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been evolving for the last sixty years, and whilst huge leaps forward have taken place, leading technologists believe we are only just scratching the surface.
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the huge and growing peripheral network of internet-connected devices. These are worn by people, are part of the vehicles we drive and are becoming more common place in our homes, work places and daily lives.
SAP has achieved assisting charity organisations achieve their financial objectives and manage donations effectively but has also develop solutions to improve their daily tasks, such as organising emergency teams to help in natural disasters or GPS tracking of endangered wildlife.