Event is June 26 and is now Sold Out!
Thank you speakers, organizers, attendees - see this recap here.
Please register for attending using Eventbrite here. You may also optionally show that you are attending using the table below so that your colleagues, friends and followers can join.
|Picture||Name/Profile||Twitter ID||Picture||Name/Profile||Twitter ID|
|John Astill||@JohnA69||Njal Stabell||@njasta|
|Tammy Powlas||@tpowlas||Germaine Schumann||@germaineschuman|
|Candice Schumann||Lauren Pluschke||@lmcplu|
|Dirk Pluschke||Seema Thomas||@seemathomas|
Your session contribution
Your session contribution is at the core of SAP Inside Track. So if you think about hosting a session, please let us know by submitting your session idea here on the wiki page or emailing to John Astill.
It doesn't have to be a well prepared classroom-style PowerPoint presentation, we also encourage open, improvised and collaborative discussion sessions to draw out the ideas and experiences of others.
|Internet of Things in the home||A demo of an insurance based solution for home telemetrics using SAP HANA, UI5 and a physical demonstration kit.||Candice Schumann|
|S/4HANA Overview||This session will cover SAP’s newest ERP solution architected solely for SAP HANA. Understand how S/4HANA will simplify your landscape, transform your organization into a real-time business, and provide you with a platform for innovation.||Dirk Pluschke|
|3||HCPms with a UI5 Neptune App||This session will be a live demo of creating an SAPUI5 Hybrid app using Neptune and connecting it to the HCP Mobile Services using the REST API's and Neptune Application Management.|
|4||UX and Design for the Enterprise||What is the difference between UI and UX? What exactly is a Fiori App? What is SAP’s overall design strategy? I’ll answer these questions in my session and show you how we apply these concepts to our internal apps (including Apple Watch apps!)||Lauren Pluschke|
|5||SAP Cloud for Customer – Sales, Service and Industry||Learn how SAP Cloud for Customer provides 5th generation customer engagement tool to capture new business value, lower TCO and speed to value for your customer’s sales and service line of business processes. Experience Cloud for Customer - Sales and Service, addressing multiple industry specific front office processes with simple to use UI, built in analytics and mobile first experience.||Seema Thomas|
|6||Hands on session. IoT.|
Build an electronic sensor circuit that communicates with HCP. Hands on examples with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Light and Temperature sensors.
|7||SAP Runs SAP|
SAP is one of the largest companies running SAP software globally. Learn how SAP runs simple by adopting the latest innovations available in the technology industry today.
If there is a theme missing that you would like to have covered please add it to the list. If selected you as the host will get free entry to the event.
- Where: Ronald Reagan Building
- When Friday June 26th 2015
- How (to come)
|Introduction and logistics|
Plan for the day, WIFI, Lunch and miscellaneous details.
|9:50-10:35 am||SAP Runs SAP - Germaine Schumann|
|10:45-11:30||S/4HANA Overview||UX and Design for the Enterprise|
|11:30-12:30||Lunch - Food Court||Lunch - Food Court|
SAP Cloud for Customer – Sales, Service and Industry
|Internet of Things in the home|
|1:30-2:15||HCPms with a UI5 Neptune App||HCPms with a UI5 Neptune App|
|2:15-3:45||Hands on session IoT||Hands on session IoT|
What you need to bring
Photo ID! The Ronald Reagan Building is a Federal Building with airport style security at the entrances. You will need to have a valid photo ID to enter the building. For example a drivers license or passport.
How to get here
Suite 600, The Ronald Reagan Building North Tower
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
There is public parking under the Ronald Reagan Building with entrances on 14th St and Pennsylvania Avenue. Please get your parking ticket validated at the event to benefit from FREE parking.
The Ronald Reagan Building is next to the Federal Triangle Metro Station which is on the blue and orange lines. If you take the AMTRAK or MARC trains to Washington DC, the metro is your easiest option to get to the Ronald Reagan Building.
Washington DC now offers cycle sharing through the Capital Bikeshare program. This allows to you to borrow bikes at one destination and leave them at another. If you do not have too many bags this may be a convenient and interesting option for you to travel within Washington DC, for example from Union Station to the Ronald Reagan Building. This will also give you a better view of the city's landmarks.
Thank you to our friends at IBC
Our friends at SAP Runs SAP have provided the giveaways. Don't miss your chance.
Guest wifi is available onsite. A token is required and will be provided on request.