Tag Archives: SAP

Autism, Social Media, and Business

Last summer I had the opportunity to begin mentoring within SAP’s Autism at Work program, which looks to integrate people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with the rest of the workforce. People with ASD can have challenges making eye contact, … Continue reading

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How does the NFL use Big Data to drive engagement

Football is an incredibly data centric sport, and many fans eat that data for lunch (or tailgating). They use the data to answer questions on who will win, who will perform better, and which quarterback has the best chance of a … Continue reading

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Linking social media interactions to your customer data

The use of social media in business means that our connections with our customers are through an increasing number of channels, making it difficult to manage and keep track of the interactions with individual customers. It may be difficult to … Continue reading

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