SAP’s strategic business unit to incubate startup innovation, SAP.iO Foundry has announced its next stage of startup acceleration program. SAP.iO is targeting the Israeli tech ecosystem to drive the next stage development, innovation and expansion of emerging technologies in analytics, mobility and commerce. SAP.iO Foundry has united with E.ON and Israel Electric Corporation (both SP customers) for the upcoming Tel Aviv technology startup acceleration program.
When startups and development organizations create software, differentiation is everything. Products that set themselves apart from the competition – by offering enhanced functionality or a better user experience, for example – are more likely to win over decision-makers. Adding context awareness to software is one way to create differentiation.
There are two ways to incorporate context awareness into a product: by making it fundamental to the value proposition or by using it to improve the user experience. Each approach has its benefits.
One example where context awareness is fundamental is software based on location data, such as Google Maps. Such products rely on context, including the user’s location, friends who are in the same area, and information about current conditions – like weather or traffic.
The SAP.iO Foundry Tel Aviv is looking for B2B startups developing solutions in the utilities industry to join its 12-week startup program beginning in October 2020!
From renewable energies to electricity consumers, from smart sensors to decentralized production and a new operational and economic model: the energy industry is changing before our eyes and poses a number of challenges to companies. SAP’s Acceleration Program in Israel is looking for start-ups that can provide them with solutions
SAP.iO is collaborating with E.ON Innovation, the strategic innovation entity of one of Europe’s largest energy companies E.ON, and IEC (Israel Electric Corporation), both SAP clients, for its upcoming startup acceleration program in Tel Aviv.
The 12-week SAP.iO Foundry Tel Aviv program is designed to accelerate innovation and drive new business models for SAP’s customers. The next program in Tel Aviv will focus on new solutions for the Utilities sector.The zero-equity-ask program provides startups with curated support from within and outside of SAP, exposure to SAP technologies, and opportunities to collaborate with SAP customers globally.
“Today, SAP’s solutions serve 45 out of 50 of the largest energy producers in the world, supporting them in becoming intelligent enterprises. This program will allow us to explore, embrace and share new market insights and solutions with our clients.” says Lior Weizman, Director of SAP.iO Foundry Tel Aviv in Israel.
ClearMetal, a leader in Continuous Delivery Experience (CDX) for supply chain and logistics solutions, today announced the addition of Ed Feitzinger to its Board along with two new Executive Advisors, Tom Linton and Walter Charles III.
Feitzinger was most recently VP of Global Logistics for Amazon, with prior roles as CEO of UTi Worldwide and VP Global Logistics at HP. At Amazon, Feitzinger was responsible for international inbound and outbound international logistics, as well as customer fulfillment in Amazon’s emerging countries. Linton most recently served as Chief Supply Chain Officer at Flex and was Chief Procurement Officer at both LG and Freescale (News – Alert). Charles served as Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer at Allergan and held similar roles prior at Biogen, Kellogg, Kraft and Johnson & Johnson.
ClearMetal’s software platform helps companies dramatically reduce freight variability and improve customer experience. “E-commerce has made every shipper acutely aware of the impact of the supply chain on customer experience,” said Feitzinger. “I was captivated by how ClearMetal enables dynamic, door to door freight management, increasing on-time delivery over 50%, improving cash-flow, reducing inventory, and enhancing ClearMetal client’s customer experience.”
SAP.iO has announced a collaboration with E.ON Innovation and Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) for its upcoming startup acceleration program in Tel Aviv. E.ON Innovation is the strategic innovation entity of E.ON, one of Europe’s largest energy companies, and both collaborators are clients of SAP.
The 12-week program provides startups with curated support from within and outside SAP, access to its technologies, and opportunities to work with SAP customers from around the world. The next program is designed to specifically focus on solutions for the utilities sector.
For companies to survive, having the ability to make data-driven decisions is a non-negotiable. However, as companies accumulate exponentially more data, taking advantage of all this data becomes more complex. More data allows for more advanced, more actionable insights — but companies often face a shortage of data scientists to build data models and decipher them.
Today, brands spend between 5–50% of their annual marketing budget on product sampling (Sampler Research). However, brands have been blindly distributing samples, unable to effectively target consumers and measure ROI on traditional product sampling strategies.
The solution that helps large Consumer Packaged Goods companies get their products into the right hands, while providing a personalized and memorable experience for consumers? Sampler.
Software company SAP has announced that its acceleration program, SAP.iO, will work in collaboration with the innovation division of European energy giant E.ON and the Israel Electric Company to focus on solutions for the energy industry.
Healthcare startups are challenging longtime industry practices and assumptions, transforming everything from patient care to organizational efficiencies. Here’s how two entrepreneurs that recently participated in the latest healthcare-focused accelerator program at SAP.iO Foundry New York viewed their respective missions to help patients and providers in a vastly changed healthcare landscape.
Real-time intelligence improves time management
Applying computer science and systems thinking to improve people’s lives has been a central tenet of Kishau Rogers’ career as an engineer and computer scientist. The COVID-19 pandemic has only amped up the mission behind her newest venture called Time Study. Over 35 hospitals throughout the United States rely on the startup’s “time intelligence” cloud-based platform that uses machine learning to track how physicians, researchers, and other healthcare employees are spending their time.
”Instead of just counting hours worked, we wanted to shift the concept of timesheets to a human-centered approach, elevating opportunities to improve people’s lives at work,” said Rogers. “Many of the time management issues we were already looking at, such as data silos and complexity, have only been amplified by the pandemic.”
Time Study has helped hospitals better understand fast-changing workforce movements, whether employees were hunting for scarce PPE, jumping into different care-giving roles onsite, or providing new patient services like telehealth. Some hospitals have improved data collection and reporting times by 80 percent, and increased regulatory compliance by over 120 percent.
The start-up company SRP from Tel Aviv, which started in the Nielsen incubator in Caesarea, reports faster-than-expected growth in the first half of the year, against the background of its innovative technology and the corona crisis. The company was also selected by SAP to participate in the SAP.iO acceleration program
Il y a deux ans, SAP France, grand nom de l’édition de logiciels, avait promis deux milliards d’euros d’investissement au Président de la République. Forbes France a fait le point avec Gérald Karsenti, président de SAP France.
Forbes France : En 2018, SAP avait promis 2 milliards d’investissements en France. Où en est cette promesse ?
Today’s neighborhood grocery ecosystem is primarily composed of three key players: large Consumer Products companies, local grocery stores, and consumers. Each entity faces a plethora of challenges: CPGs face harsh competition from retailers and struggle to influence customers, grocery stores lack proper management and operational tools and can’t make data-driven decisions, and consumers are turned off by crowded retail grocery shopping, and a delivery alternative comes with expensive fees.
The (one-stop) solution to a more economical retail format? SRP.
SRP developed a digital and data-driven Nearby Retail Platform (NRP) that connects CPGs, grocery stores, and consumers. SRP allows CPGs to boost revenues and influence customers, helps grocery stores flourish with advanced management & operational tools, and provides consumers with a seamless and intuitive way to shop