#NetworkEconomy
Deepak Krishnamurthy
Senior Vice President & Head of Corporate Strategy, SAP AG
© 2014 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
Disruption is the new Normal
75%
of global workforce will be
Millennials
3 billion
n...
© 2014 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 4
Network Economy will be driven by 3 inter-connected networks
Customer Networks
 Toda...
STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 5
Network Economy will drive new business models
Customer Networks Employee NetworksInd...
STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 6
Customer Networks Employee NetworksIndustrial Networks
Real Time Intelligence can acc...
Complexity limits adoption of the Network Economy
Customer Network – IT Complexity example
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Applications Analytics
Mobile (user experience)
Partners…on premise or in the SAP cloud powered by HANA
...
SAP HANA Platform
Applications Analytics
Mobile (user experience)
Partners
Industry focused Solutions
Retail
Manufacturing...
SAP HANA Platform
Applications Analytics
Mobile (user experience)
Partners
Platform for Inter-connected Networks
Drive “In...
Options for Innovation consumption
Run All SAP Solutions
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 Build or deploy your own solutions on
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SAP Executive Summit 2014 - Speech di Deepak Krishnamurthy, Senior Vice President, Head of Corporate Strategy, di SAP AG

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Gli ultimi cinque anni ci hanno abituati a una catena di grandi cambiamenti e la “disruption” è diventata una condizione normale nell'economia di oggi.
Cambiamenti rapidi avverranno nelle aspettative dei clienti, nella composizione generazionale e nella tecnologia. La Networked Economy sarà, quindi, indirizzata da tre tipologie di reti, tutte interconesse fra loro: Customer Network, Business Network ed Employee Network.
La sfida delle aziende è acquisire la capacità di aggregare tutti i dati provenienti dalle diverse piattaforme in brevissimo tempo, adottando tecnologie adeguate.

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SAP Executive Summit 2014 - Speech di Deepak Krishnamurthy, Senior Vice President, Head of Corporate Strategy, di SAP AG

  1. 1. #NetworkEconomy Deepak Krishnamurthy Senior Vice President & Head of Corporate Strategy, SAP AG
  2. 2. © 2014 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2 Disruption is the new Normal 75% of global workforce will be Millennials 3 billion new members in middle class 50% of world GDP from Emerging markets Changing customer expectations Generational change in workforce Shifting economic balance Rapid Technology Innovations 3-D printingMobileBig DataSocial Advanced Robotics Artificial Intelligence
  3. 3. © 2014 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  4. 4. STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 4 Network Economy will be driven by 3 inter-connected networks Customer Networks  Today, 79% of customers digitally connected and 53% socially networked  57% of customers of make purchasing decision before a sales interaction Industrial Networks  50 Billion connected devices by 2020 – the “Internet of Things”  Over $500B transacted over SAP Business Network powered by Ariba Employee Networks  48% of employee time spent on internal collaboration  65% of sales rep time is spent internally (instead of customer interactions)
  5. 5. STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 5 Network Economy will drive new business models Customer Networks Employee NetworksIndustrial Networks From Product centric business To Services Centric business From Process centric HR To Social People Engagement From Traditional CRM To Next Gen Customer Engagement  Selling “Uptime” vs. selling “Machinery”  Shift from “Buy” to “Rent” model  Crowdsourcing vs. Full time Hiring  Channeling “Purpose”  Marketing led purchasing vs. sales driven purchasing  Predictive Omni Channel engagement
  6. 6. STRICTLY SAP EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL 6 Customer Networks Employee NetworksIndustrial Networks Real Time Intelligence can accelerate Network Value creation  Ability to identify the right individual for 1:1 engagement  Sensing and predicting customer demand in real-time  Predictive maintenance of machinery and devices to improve up-time  Real time optimized supply chain and logistics  Predictive recruiting based on social profiles  Faster and more accurate search to identify internal experts Real Time Data Platform
  7. 7. Complexity limits adoption of the Network Economy Customer Network – IT Complexity example
  8. 8. SAP HANA Platform Applications Analytics Mobile (user experience) Partners…on premise or in the SAP cloud powered by HANA Deliver Business Outcomes SAP strategy is to “Simplify Everything, so we can do Anything” HANA as the end-to-end Business Platform for real time, predictive Intelligence Analytics across structured and unstructured data Consistent, consumer grade Mobile UX Drive rapid consumption of innovation through a simplified delivery model
  9. 9. SAP HANA Platform Applications Analytics Mobile (user experience) Partners Industry focused Solutions Retail Manufacturing Banking Deliver End to End solutions by Industry
  10. 10. SAP HANA Platform Applications Analytics Mobile (user experience) Partners Platform for Inter-connected Networks Drive “Intelligent” Networked Economy Consumer Network Industrial Network Employee Network
  11. 11. Options for Innovation consumption Run All SAP Solutions on SAP HANA  Build or deploy your own solutions on SAP HANA  Maintain all within your firewall  Upgrade or leverage existing infrastructure Leverage the SAP Cloud  Migrate some solutions to the Public cloud (Customer Engagement, HR)  Use cloud hosting and managed services for core solutions (HANA Enterprise Cloud)  Deploy via SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud or public cloud Deploy all Applications in the Public Cloud  Enable faster innovations  Simplify landscape  Migrate or build new applications in SAP HANA Cloud Platform On Premise BA BW Bus. Suite 3rd Party Apps Hybrid SuccessFactorsAriba Cloud
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