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1 SAP Predictions/Priorities For 2012 Paul Hawking

2 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Sybase Unwired Platform Sybase Unwired Platform Predictive Analysis River

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4 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top 10 Business Priorities, 2012

5 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top Technology Priorities of CIOs

6 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 CFOs top investment initiatives 2011 Gartner / FEI Technology Study, May 2011

7 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top 10 CIO Business and Technology Priorities, 2012

8 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Not All Companies Gain The Same Value 1. Realize much more value from their systems and use them in distinctly different ways. 2. Likely to seek and measure tangible benefits, such as reduced cost and increased revenue. 3. Emphasis on integrating, optimizing and using analytics to drive improved business performance. 4. Extend systems throughout their organization and implement across a range of functions. 5. Integrate the organization and external systems of customers and suppliers. 6. Aggressively use information and analytics to improve decision making. 7. Use strategically for competitive differentiation. 8. Tailor systems to sustain competitive advantage and standardize other areas. 9. More likely to implement industry modules. 10. Twice as likely to take advantage of SOA.

9 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top Technology Priorities of CIOs, Gartner

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11 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Business Intelligence Priorities - Analysts/SAP Mobile Self Service Self Service In Memory In Memory Collaborative BI OnDemand Analytics, Predictive Analysis Cloud Embedded Business Intelligence Business Objects Explorer HANA StreamWorks Business Objects Explorer

12 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Business Intelligence Maturity - Gartner

13 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 ASUG Business Intelligence Maturity Model Stage 1 Information Dictatorship 2 Information Anarchy 3 Information Dictatorship 4 Information Collaboration Information and Analytics Requirements are driven from a limited executive group KPI’s and analytics are identified, but not well used KPI’s and analytics are identified and effectively used KPI’s and analytics are used to manage the full value chain GovernanceIT driven BI Business driven BI evolving BI Competency Centre developing Enterprise wide BI governance with business leadership Standards and processes Do not exist or are not uniform Evolving effort to formalise Exist and are not uniform Uniform, followed and audited Application Architecture BI “silos” for each business unit Some shared BI applications Consolidating and upgrading Robust & flexible BI architecture

14 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Recommendations Understand your Business Intelligence Maturity Develop a Business Intelligence strategy Understand the potential and implications of HANA Investigate Business Intelligence as a differentiator

15 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top Technology Priorities of CIOs

16 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Mobility

17 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 SAP Mobility Predictions - insiderResearch The percentage of SAP organizations with a comprehensive, enterprise-wide mobile strategy will more than double in the next three years, from 32% to 67% 75% of SAP organizations expect their mobile applications to be supported on multiple devices three years from now 32% of SAP organizations will deploy five or more mobile applications in the next twelve months

18 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 SAP Mobility

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20 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Recommendations Develop enterprise mobile strategy – BYOD? Understand the potential and implications of SUP/Gateway/Afaria Investigate mobility as a differentiator

21 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top Technology Priorities of CIOs

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23 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Top Technology Priorities of CIOs

24 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 “New” SAP

25 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Strategy First Then Tools

26 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Disclaimer - Predictions "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home." Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp., 1977 "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 "I will be the next Prime Minister of Australia." Tony Abbott, Leader of Opposition, 2012

27 @ V ictoria U niversity SAUG Brisbane 2012 Paul Hawking SAP Academic Programs Director School of Management and Information systems Telephone: Mobile: Paulhawking #SAPVU


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