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Podcast: The ERP Lounge #3: Ranking the SAP Business Suite Skills Print E-mail
podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"3rd Edition - Ranking the SAP Business Suite Skills - Asessing the Skills Demand for CRM, SRM, SCM, and PLM, and SAP Skills that are Hot (and Not)"
Podcast Interview Date: September 9, 2009
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Welcome to the third edition of The ERP Lounge: Misadventures and Opportunities in SAP Consulting, the new podcast series from JonERP.com! The ERP Lounge is the new "long form" podcast series that features uncensored, in-depth discussions on the hard truths and real opportunities in the SAP skills marketplace. All ERP Lounge podcasts kick off with reader questions from listeners like yourself!

Join Jon Reed and Brian Trout for this 65 minute third edition as they tackle reader comments and questions and then delve into an in-depth ranking of the skills demand in SAP CRM (Customer Relationship Management, SRM (Supplier Relationship Management), PLM (Product Lifecyle Management (PLM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM). Get the insights into why some aspects of these products are hotter than others and the industry trends that are driving adoption. Also get the latest take on "SAP Skills that are Hot/and "Not." 

Note: to comment on this podcast series, or send in a question for us to answer in the next one, be sure to join our ERP Lounge Group on Linkedin and let us know what you want us to cover. If you want to subscribe to the series, get the RSS feed for The JonERP Master Blog and Podcast Feed. You can also pose questions live to Jon on his real-time @jonerp Twitter feed. The ERP Lounge podcasts are also included in the JonERP iTunes podcast feed which is updated no later than 24 hours after the podcast posts here. For the timeframe of this episode and more on the topics covered (as well as some links to topics cited in the podcast), read on. 

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Podcast: Abesh Bhattacharjee of SAP Labs on SAP Development Skills and SAP MII Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"SAP Mentor Abesh Bhattacharjee of SAP Labs on His New Book from SAP Press on SAP MII, Keys to Success as an SAP Developer, and BPX Skills Trends"
Podcast Interview Date: August 02, 2009
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What are the keys to becoming a successful SAP developer? Why is SAP MII becoming such an important piece of functionality? And what do technical SAP folks need to learn from functional specialists and vice versa? In this podcast, Jon Reed of JonERP.com gets the answers to these questions with SAP Mentor Abesh Bhattacharjee of SAP Labs. In the debut of a podcast Jon and Abesh have been plotting since last December, Abesh shares the good news of the release of his new book on Implementing and Configuring SAP MII from SAP Press (co-authored by fellow SAP Mentor Dipankar Saha) and gives his insight on the importance of SAP MII and shop floor visibility to SAP users.

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Podcast: Opportunities in SAP Event Management and Becoming a Thought Leader - with Kevin Wilson Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Kevin Wilson of ERPGenie.com Explains Why SAP Event Management is the Best Kept Secret in SAP - and the Keys to Becoming a Visible Expert in the SAP Community"
Podcast Interview Date: August 21, 2009
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A handful of people in the SAP industry are distinguished by their truly outstanding contributions to the SAP community. Kevin Wilson, co-founder of ERPGenie.com and partner with Qdata USA, Inc, is one of those people. ERPGenie.com has supported the skills growth of thousands of SAP professionals. So what is the philosophy behind ERPGenie's success? And how has Kevin Wilson used those same principles to build his own SAP consulting career? What are his keys to finding a marketable niche in the SAP market and becoming a thought leader? 

Kevin remains a hands-on consultant with QData Consulting, and in recent years, he has become an expert in SAP Event Management (EM) implementations. Kevin has come to believe that SAP EM is one of the best kept secrets in SAP. But due to its powerful functionality and relevance to the "manage by exception" process philosophy, EM is not going to remain a secret for much longer. During this in-depth, 43 minute podcast, Kevin tells Jon about the opportunities in SAP EM consulting and how a range of technical and functional SAP professionals can potentially move into SAP EM work. 

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Podcast: The ERP Lounge #2: Cutting Through the SAP Consulting Layers Print E-mail
podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"2nd Edition - Why There Are So Many Layers in the SAP Consulting World, What a Consultant Should do About it, and, SAP Skills that are Hot (and Not)"
Podcast Interview Date: August 6, 2009
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Welcome to the second edition of The ERP Lounge: Misadventures and Opportunities in SAP Consulting, the new podcast series from JonERP.com! The ERP Lounge is the new "long form" podcast series that features uncensored, in-depth discussions on the hard truths and real opportunities in the SAP skills marketplace. From this point forward, all ERP Lounge podcasts kick off with reader questions from listeners like yourself!

Join Jon Reed and Brian Trout for this 60 minute second edition as they take a no-holds-barred look at the consulting layers that make it difficult for independent SAP consultants to go directly to end customers and get the rates they are seeking. Find out why these layering problems exist, what kinds of reforms should be happening, and what to do about it in the meantime. Hear Brian and Jon talk about the importance of rate transparency in consulting deals. Also get the latest take on "SAP Skills that are Hot/and "Not." 

Note: to comment on this podcast series, or send in a question for us to answer in the next one, be sure to join our ERP Lounge Group on Linkedin and let us know what you want us to cover. If you want to subscribe to the series, get the RSS feed for The JonERP Master Blog and Podcast Feed. You can also pose questions live to Jon on his real-time @jonerp Twitter feed. The ERP Lounge podcasts are also included in the JonERP iTunes podcast feed which is updated no later than 24 hours after the podcast posts here. For the timeframe of this episode and more on the topics covered (as well as some links to topics cited in the podcast), read on.

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Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews Thomas Wailgum of CIO.com on the Pros and Cons of SAP Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Thomas Wailgum on the Pros and Cons of SAP, the Impact of SaaS, and the Search for the Owner of the ERP License Plate"
Podcast Interview Date: August 1, 2009
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Thomas Wailgum, Senior Editor of CIO.com and the man behind the "Enterprise Software Unplugged" blog, is a self-described "wiseass." Those who follow his blog know that he isn't afraid to mix it up a little bit and poke a little fun at ERP heavyeights. What you might not know is that Thomas has been at CIO.com for 13 years - an amazingly long time given the ups and downs of dotcoms and online media. I wanted to get Thomas on a podcast and ask him how the ERP market has changed over his years at CIO.com, what he has learned from his interviews with CIOs, and get his take on the pros and cons of SAP in today's market. Thomas is also a fun ERP presence on Twitter, so you may want to follow him there.

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Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews Eric Kimberling of Panorama on SAP Implementation Trends Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"On SAP Project Success and Failure, The Fun (and Value) of Twitter for ERP Pros, and What Panorama's Research Says about the SAP Market"
Podcast Interview Date: July 27, 2009
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What's the best way to overcome inaccurate perceptions? By gathering comprehensive data. And what's the best way to put a vendor in context? Study the broader market. Eric Kimberling, President of Panorama Consulting, does both of these things in the ERP space. To get a better handle on keys to SAP project success (and how to avoid failure), as well as the impact of SaaS and the key skills ERP users should be cultivating, I invited Eric to join me and to share Panorama's findings with JonERP listeners. I also put him on the JonERP hot seat and asked him to make his own recommendations for SAP's future direction. 

During this twenty-five minute podcast, we also talk about the value of Twitter for ERP users and why Eric's experience as a popular ERP "Tweeter" has showed him that Twitter is for more than sharing classic rock music playlists. Eric also shares the keys behind Panorama's business model that includes plenty of information sharing with the ERP community (such as their well-attended ERP webcast series). 

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Podcast: The ERP Lounge #1: Be an SAP Consultant, not a Contractor! Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Debut Edition - The Role of the Independent SAP Consultant, SAP Skills that are Hot (and Not), and How to be a Consultant, not an SAP Contractor"
Podcast Interview Date: July 16, 2009
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Welcome to the first edition of The ERP Lounge: Misadventures and Opportunities in SAP Consulting, the new podcast series from JonERP.com! The ERP Lounge is the new "long form" podcast series that features freewheeling, in-depth discussions on the hard truths and real opportunities in the SAP skills marketplace. Join Jon and Brian for this 55 minute inaugural edition as they take you inside their vision of The ERP Lounge. Learn why they decided to create this new podcast series, what the structure of the series will be, and listen in on the regular features like "SAP Skills that are Hot/and "Not." This first edition also includes a tribute to the SAP independent consultant, and a hashing out of the differences between a "do as you're told" SAP contractor and a "tell the truth" consultant. And yes, this special series gets its own rockin' musical intro!

Note: to comment on this podcast series, or send in a question for us to answer in the next one, be sure to join our ERP Lounge Group on Linkedin. If you want to subscribe to the series, get the RSS feed for The JonERP Master Blog and Podcast Feed. You can also pose questions live to Jon on his real-time @jonerp Twitter feed. The ERP Lounge podcasts are also included in the JonERP iTunes podcast feed which is updated no later than 24 hours after the podcast posts here. For the timeframe of this episode and more on what inspired this series, read on.

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Podcast: SAP Green Book Preview and Managing SAP Talent with Michael Doane Print E-mail
podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"On SAP Skills Trends, Whether Offshoring Works, and Other Tips for 'Thriving After Go-Live'"
Podcast Interview Date: July 13, 2009
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Michael Doane, the subject of my first JonERP.com podcast, joins me again for number 50 (though it's the 49th loaded in the system). We celebrate with a new JonERP musical intro(!) as well as an in-depth conversation with the inimitable Michael Doane, author of the classic New SAP Blue Book and the upcoming SAP Green Book: Thrive After Go-Live.

During this thirty minute podcast, Michael sounds off with data and opinions about systems integrators, the pros and cons of offshoring, and the SAP skills currently in demand. He also explains why the skills of a quality SAP consultant are changing. Michael also makes his case for the importance of mentoring within "learning organizations," and he shares his own changing views on SAP's business intelligence platform and the BusinessObjects acquisition.
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Podcast: Muhammad Shaamel Interviews Jon Reed on SAP Job Trends Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"What Motivates Jon to be an SAP Mentor, and His Skills Recommendations for SAP Professionals"
Podcast Interview Date: July 7, 2009
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Usually I am the one doing the podcast interviews. But this time around, Muhammad Shaamel, podcaster, blogger, and SAP ERP consultant, turned the tables on me. During this twenty-six minute interview, Muhammad asks me for my take on what's hot and what's not from an SAP skills perspective. He had some excellent questions for me, including the value of certification and whether or not BPM skills can help an SAP consultant.

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Podcast: How to Build a BPX Business Case for SAP TechEd, with SAP's Marco ten Vaanholt Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Why SAP TechEd is Relevant to BPXers, and How to Build a Business Case to Attend"
Podcast Interview Date: July 3, 2009
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In this impromptu podcast, inspired by a Twitter conversation thread, Jon Reed interviews Marco ten Vaanholt, VP of the SAP Community Network and the Global Head of the SAP BPX and Business Objects Communities, on how individuals (and project teams) can make a "BPX business case" for SAP TechEd. (Follow Marco on Twitter, and follow SAP TechEd on Twitter

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Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews SAP Mentor Gretchen Lindquist on ASUG 2009 and SAP Security Trends Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Reactions to ASUG-Sapphire 2009, The Pros and Cons of Co-Location, and SAP Security Trends"
Podcast Interview Date: June 11, 2009
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Sometimes in the glitz of Sapphire announcements, the ASUG part of ASUG/Sapphire gets less attention. To learn more about why the ASUG part of the conference matters - not only to SAP users, but to industry analysts - I invited Gretchen Lindquist, SAP Mentor and stalwart ASUG volunteer, to share her views on ASUG/Sapphire 2009 and the pros and cons of co-location. I also had the opportunity to ask Gretchen about trends in SAP Security from the vantage point of her work as chair of the SAP Security Interest Group (SIG) for ASUG.

Since Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) is such an important talking point for both SAP and its customers, I was very interested to hear Gretchen's take on how security and authorizations often form a "hidden" expense in ERP TCO that needs to be reckoned with during implementations and assessments of new products like SAP Business Objects.

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Sapphire 2009 in Review Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews Michael Krigsman of Asuret Print E-mail
asuret_logo.gif"Michael's take on Sapphire 2009, Business ByDesign, and ERP Project Failure (and How to Avoid It)"
Podcast Interview Date: May 22, 2009
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In the first installment of his "Sapphire in Review" podcast series, Jon Reed of JonERP.com welcomes special guest Michael Krigsman, President of Asuret and popular ZDNet blogger and Tweeter. Michael's focus is evaluating the keys to IT project success and failure, so during this twenty-eight minute podcast, Jon gets Michael's take on how project failure applies to ERP vendors and SAP specifically. Jon also gets the skinny on Michael's investigations of Business ByDesign at Sapphire, and why he sees SAP's focus on UI improvements and BI enhancements as important to ERP project success. In closing, Michael shares an inside view on what it's like to be part of SAP's Blogger Relations Program, mixing it up with SAP executives.

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Sapphire 2009 Live Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews SAP Mentor Dick Hirsch Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Reactions to Sapphire 2009, Twittering Live Events, and the Impact of SAP BPX Skills"
Podcast Interview Date: May 14, 2009
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In the second of two live Sapphire podcast recordings, Jon Reed of JonERP.com interviews fellow SAP Mentor Dick Hirsch to get his impressions of Sapphire 2009. Listen in as two self-described "BPX geeks" discuss the themes of Sapphire from a BPX perspective. Jon gets Dick's reactions to the Sapphire keynotes, and also gets his view on how Twitter is changing the experience of live events, both for virtual attendees and the actual participants. Dick also offers tips for how SAP professionals can move their skills into a BPX direction.

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Sapphire 2009 Live Podcast - Jon Reed Interviews Ajay Vonkarey on BPM and Solution Manager Skills Print E-mail

alphasirius.jpg"Reactions to Sapphire 2009, SAP BPM, and the Pros and Cons of Solution Manager"
Podcast Interview Date: May 14, 2009
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In the first of two live Sapphire podcast recordings Jon will issue this week, Jon Reed of JonERP.com sits down with Ajay Vonkarey of Alpha Sirius to discuss his views on Sapphire, his impressions of the SAP market, and in particular, his views on Solution Manager - a topic you could not get away from at Sapphire where Ajay has deep expertise. In this 24 minute podcast, taped in a classroom as Sapphire closes out, Jon asks Ajay for his views on the pros and cons of Solution Manager from a customer perspective, how Solution Manager fits into BPM, and how SAP skills needs are evolving in the era of BPM and "end to end process" management.

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SearchSAP Podcast: Building an SAP Career Print E-mail

"jonerp_full_logo.PNGSAP Job Market: Building a Future in an SAP Career"
Podcast Interview Date: May 5, 2009
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Jon Reed notes: Recently I appeared in a podcast on SearchSAP.com on the future of SAP careers. This podcast, conducted by Courtney Bjorlin, News Editor of SearchSAP.com, featured my comments as well as those of David Foote of Foote Partners. This podcast was actually the second in a two part series. The first part, on the SAP job market in 2009, featured David Foote's latest findings on SAP skills demand. In the second podcast, David and I riff on the future of SAP skills and what lies around the corner. I enjoy doing podcasts with David because his research is grounded in extensive customer surveys. Our views on the market largely coincide, but it's interesting to see how the views I get from inside the SAP Mentor community working with SAP thought leaders contrasts to David's research.

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Podcast: Jon Reed Interviews Vijay Vijayasankar on the Impact of Offshoring and SAP BPX Skills Print E-mail
podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"SAP Consulting in the Era of 'Global Delivery' and Offshoring and How the Consulting Market Has Changed - Permanently"
Podcast Interview Date: March 20, 2009
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On March 20 of 2009, I spoke with Vijay Vijayasankar, Senior Managing Consultant at IBM and fellow SAP Mentor, and conducted one of the most important podcasts I have done since I started doing them almost two years ago. On my mind during the taping: my theory that SAP consulting is not just being impacted by the economy and will come roaring back later. I believe the changes in SAP consulting that are underway now are permanent in nature, and have implications for all SAP professionals. There was no one better to ask about these shifts than Vijay, who has broad market experience and has seen many of the changes I am talking about. Disclaimer: please keep in mind that the opinions Vijay expresses during this podcast are entirely his, and do not represent the view of his employer, IBM.

Before you listen to the podcast, I want to note that Vijay and I do not intend to make light of the layoffs and shifts in employment globally that most systems integrators (and software vendors) have undertaken. Nor are all these shifts necessarily bad for everyone who is impacted. However, we both believe that the reality of "global labor arbitrage" require a fresh look at what it takes to succeed in SAP and a pro-active approach to SAP skills development. During this forty minute podcast, we go into both the state of the market and some of the skills approaches that Vijay recommends. If you want to learn more about Vijay's takes on SAP, I highly recommend his popular SCN blog. (Recently Vijay was honored as a Top Contributor on SCN for 2008).

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Podcast: SAP Skills in a Challenging Economy - Hosted by Jon Reed of JonERP.com Print E-mail
podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"An SAP Community Podcast Featuring Jon Reed, K2 Partnering Solutions and PAC"
Podcast Interview Date: February 26, 2009
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In this special SAP community podcast, Jon Reed of JonERP.com speaks with an expert team assembled by SAP's Ecosystem Workforce Group to assess the SAP skills trends that are relevant in today's economy. Joining Jon on the call are: Peter Russo, leader of PAC's SAP Services Research Practice, and Rob Fiddaman and Deepak Jaiswal of K2 Partnering Solutions. Rob is K2's North American Partner and Deepak, who called in from India to participate in our global call, is the CEO of K2.

The purpose of this podcast was to identify the hiring needs of SAP customers during a time of unprecedented economic challenges. As the rules of the economy change, the skills sets needed from SAP consultants have also evolved. But one thing hasn't changed: consultant quality remains a critical part of ERP project success, and SAP has set consultant quality as a top priority for 2009. So how do we define "quality" when it comes to today's SAP consultant? And how has the skills profile of top SAP consultants changed in the era of process-driven ERP, business intelligence, and Business Suite 7? Join us for this 26 minute podcast as we focus on the reality of SAP skills demand, with views from the front lines of SAP consulting.

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Jon Reed Interviews Franz Aman of SAP on Business Objects Skills Trends Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"The Latest on the SAP Business Objects Roadmap, the Relevance of BI in a Downturn, and SAP Business Objects Skills Development"
Podcast Interview Date: January 14, 2009
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What's the latest on the SAP Business Objects roadmap? How can BI have a positive impact for SAP customers in a difficult economy? And what are the skills needed to implement NetWeaver BI products? To get to the bottom of these questions, I had the opportunity to interview Franz Aman, VP of Intelligence Platform Product Marketing for SAP Business Objects. In this podcast, Franz speaks frankly about the challenges SAP customers are facing and how BO tools can help. 

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Jon Reed Interviews Ajay Vonkarey of Alphasirius on RunSAP and Solution Manager Skills Trends Print E-mail

alphasirius.jpg"How RunSAP and Solution Manager Skills Connect
(and How They Are Relevant in This Economy)"
Podcast Interview Date: January 19, 2009
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In a sluggish economy, SAP professionals want to know where the action is. One area that looks promising in 2009: RunSAP and Solution Manager. But there's a problem: many SAP consultants (and project teams) are not yet clear on how the two products relate, nor are they clear on the skills needed to implement them. To shed light on this topic, Jon interviews Ajay Vonkarey, President of Alphasirius, a company with deep experience in both RunSAP and Solution Manager. Jon specifically invited Ajay to do this podcast because of Ajay's innovative thinking around RunSAP and Solution Manager skills trends.

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Jon Reed Interviews Mike Kerrigan of Laurus Technologies on SAP MDM Print E-mail

laurus.jpg"On SAP MDM, SAP Analytics, and the Importance of Master Data to SAP Projects"
Podcast Interview Date: November 26, 2008
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In Jon's first podcast ever on SAP MDM, Jon interviews Mike Kerrigan, Vice President of Business Technologies with Laurus Technologies, on SAP Master Data Management (MDM), SAP Analytics, and the skills (and management approach) needed for SAP project success in a down economy.

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Jon Reed Interviews Dennis Howlett on TechEd Berlin 2008 and SAP's Market Direction Print E-mail

podcastlogo_jonerp.gif"Dennis Looks Back at TechEd Berlin and Gives His Take on the SAP Market and Being an SAP Mentor"
Podcast Interview Date: October 28, 2008
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In the last installment in Jon's "Tech Ed in Review 2008" podcast series, he speaks with Dennis Howlett, SAP Mentor and "Enterprise Irregular" ZDNet blogger. During this trans-Atlantic podcast session, Dennis shares his experiences at TechEd, his views on SAP's co-innovation strategy, and how he balances participation in the SAP community with his role as an independent analyst. One highlight of the podcast? Dennis' take on an important TechEd Berlin meeting between the SAP Mentors and SAP executives regarding the future of SAP development.

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