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Reinventing enterprise communication with predictive analytics

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Date: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)

Hosted by SAPinsider, sponsored by SAP

Traditionally, the hierarchy of business communication sees important information flowing up through the ranks to senior management, who then discuss options, prioritize resources, and disseminate marching orders back down through their organizations.

It’s often a slow – and antiquated – way of working.

Today, systems can enable instantaneous updates between business units, enabling real-time adjustments to business processes without the delays caused by escalation to senior management.

Join Charles Gadalla, director of advanced analytics at SAP, for this exclusive SAPinsider Webcast, to see how better IT systems can help you shortcut lengthy communication cycles and enable your business teams to work directly and quickly to achieve their respective goals.

During this Webcast, you’ll see:

• How the “internet of things” is revolutionizing the way businesses operate
• How predictive analysis is enabling previously unimaginable business agility
• How an industry leader in consumer products is using its IT advantage to drive sales

Featured Speaker:

Charles Gadalla, Director of Advanced Analytics has been at SAP for over 6 years. Previous to working at SAP Charles has worked with dedicated data mining firms. He is a specialist in product management and product strategy and is a key contributor to the strategic development of SAP’s predictive suite.

Charles holds an MBA from the Ivey School of business and a BSc from the University of Toronto. Charles has also spent time working overseas in Scotland at the University of Edinburgh at the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Center.