This new blog post in our ongoing series about the Digital Solutions Economy™ (DSE) looks at how new developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are impacting the ways that companies deploy and manage subscription-based, usage-based, entitlements, ratable, bundled, and other DSE offerings.
Over the past eight years, many episodes in this blog series have focused on revenue recognition and how SAP solutions such as Revenue Accounting and Reporting (RAR) have provided a robust foundation for compliance with ASC 606 and IFRS 15. The evolution of SAP RAR and overall Automated Revenue Management (ARM) capabilities has unfolded along multiple paths to support existing users while also establishing a forward roadmap to some signficant new capabilities in SAP Public Cloud deployments.
Previous posts in this blog series on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and carbon accounting have spotlighted carbon accounting as a trend to watch, looked at ESG impacts on M&A, and tracked the emergence of new ESG standards.
As we reach the halfway point in 2023, it is a good opportunity to take another look at over-arching trends, both to update those we have already identified and to add some new ones, such as the unprecedented explosion in generative AI applications.
Several times in the past, this blog series has focused on various big picture issues regarding environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs, compliance and carbon accounting solutions.
The Bramasol team at SAP Sapphire all agreed that it was one of the best events we've attended in quite a while, with lots of opportunities for deep engagement with SAP experts. We also met with many forward-looking companies seeking to accelerate their digital transformation roadmaps, launch new Digital Solutions Economy™ offerings, and/or optimize their compliance programs.
In this blog post, we are taking a closer look at two important initiatives from SAP with a focus on what they are and how they can help companies optimize their ERP systems and accelerate their business growth.
One of the biggest advantages of the return to in-person events is the opportunity for engaging with colleagues in those impromptu conversations that organically bring to the surface new insights. These unstructured talks create the kind of "ah-ha" moments that you just can't get in a half hour video call.
The Bramasol team had the pleasure of doing just that last week at SAP Insider in Las Vegas and it was both enjoyable and very informative! We saw a steady stream of booth traffic, great questions about our demos, excellent audience interaction at John Froelich's presentation on "Powering Digital Transformation with SAP Quote-to-Cash", and lots of sidebar conversations at lunches, dinners and on the show floor.
Here are four key insights and trends from our interactions with fellow participants at the SAP Insider Event.
This episode in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an overview of how DSE is impacting the electronics industry.
This new installment in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an expanded look and follow-up to the previous post that provided an overview on Entitlement Management. In this episode, we drill down for a closer examination of the types of entitlements that are offered as part of subscriptions and bundles in various industry segments, along with some insights into how entitlement management solutions that are part of the SAP BRIM portfolio and ecosystem that can be helpful to achieve success.