As a cloud company, SAP continues to focus on establishing its experience products in its new cloud. But what is behind it, what are the advantages of the new cloud approach and what else is in store? We’ll explain in this blog post.
Recording, interpreting and acting on data. Anything that artificial intelligence could one day do for us, we must first understand ourselves and be able to do on a small scale. We need cross-functional teams who are entirely data-driven in their work and who can rely on persistent and customer data that is as standardized as possible. We have a long way to go to achieve this.
Thanks to the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT), systems and devices have become data-driven, intelligent, automated and connected to the world. Is this just a gimmick or will it have a lasting impact on our lives?
The formatting of images poses great challenges for content managers. AI can relieve this burden by automatically calculating the focal point. This ensures that the interesting image section always remains in view.
With the repositioning of the customer experience (CX) products within the SAP C/4HANA suite, SAP takes the next step towards the integration of the Hybris e-commerce platform.
Spartacus 1.0 has been released with the new SAP commerce release. What is exactly behind it and what are its advantages? See for yourself!
Great API mocking can make testing easier and reveal UI and UX problems early in a project. Because we weren’t happy with current services and libraries, we’ve built a new service to fulfil our needs. You can check it out over here – it’s called FakeQL.
Espen Brunborg proved at the Front Conference 2019 very skillfully that a solution designed to please everyone may please no-one in the end. He did this by creating an almost proverbial pink hippo for drunk pirates. Intrigued? Then read more.