Q&A on How to Simplify Your SAP Landscape with Service-Based Content Management

Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Time: 12:30 PM EDT Duration: 60 Minutes Register With SAP HANA and the cloud widening the scope of opportunities, it’s an optimal time for companies to consider a modern approach to content management. Legacy enterprise content management (ECM) systems not only sit on a separate infrastructure with associated maintenance costs, but these aging systems also generally yield additional license, training, and support requirements. An upgrade to a modernized, streamlined SAP-centric solution can both simplify your landscape and create an agile environment for future growth and change. Join our live Q&A on March 23 to ask Dr. Werner Hopf, CEO and President at Dolphin, your questions on how a service-based content management solution can reduce the cost and complexity of retaining unstructured information and enable your company to keep this information in a modern, flexible repository. Ask your pressing questions, such as:

  • What are the benefits of using a service-based ECM solution versus standalone ECM ?
  • What are best practices for migrating information out of legacy ECM systems without disrupting day-to-day business?
  • Can you discuss the most effective strategies for retaining unstructured documentation according to my specific corporate, legal, and fiscal requirements?
  • How can I determine which content repository will work best for my business?
  wernerhopfDr. Werner Hopf Dr. Hopf is CEO and President as well as the Archiving Principal at Dolphin. He is responsible for setting the company’s strategic corporate direction. With more than 20 years of experience in the information technology industry (14 years focused on SAP), Dr. Hopf specializes in SAP Information Lifecycle Management initiatives including Data and Document archiving, SAP Archive Link Storage Solutions, and Business Process solutions. His experience spans both large and mid-sized companies across all major SAP modules. Having worked on SAP projects across North America and Europe, he has extensive experience in global markets and is well known for his expertise. Dr. Hopf earned a Masters of Computer Science degree and a PhD in Business Administration from Regensburg University, Germany.

Q&A on How to Simplify Your SAP Landscape with Service-Based Content Management

Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Time: 12:30 PM EDT

Duration: 60 Minutes

Register

With SAP HANA and the cloud widening the scope of opportunities, it’s an optimal time for companies to consider a modern approach to content management.

Legacy enterprise content management (ECM) systems not only sit on a separate infrastructure with associated maintenance costs, but these aging systems also generally yield additional license, training, and support requirements. An upgrade to a modernized, streamlined SAP-centric solution can both simplify your landscape and create an agile environment for future growth and change.

Join our live Q&A on March 23 to ask Dr. Werner Hopf, CEO and President at Dolphin, your questions on how a service-based content management solution can reduce the cost and complexity of retaining unstructured information and enable your company to keep this information in a modern, flexible repository.

Ask your pressing questions, such as:

  • What are the benefits of using a service-based ECM solution versus standalone ECM ?
  • What are best practices for migrating information out of legacy ECM systems without disrupting day-to-day business?
  • Can you discuss the most effective strategies for retaining unstructured documentation according to my specific corporate, legal, and fiscal requirements?
  • How can I determine which content repository will work best for my business?

 

wernerhopfDr. Werner Hopf

Dr. Hopf is CEO and President as well as the Archiving Principal at Dolphin. He is responsible for setting the company’s strategic corporate direction. With more than 20 years of experience in the information technology industry (14 years focused on SAP), Dr. Hopf specializes in SAP Information Lifecycle Management initiatives including Data and Document archiving, SAP Archive Link Storage Solutions, and Business Process solutions. His experience spans both large and mid-sized companies across all major SAP modules. Having worked on SAP projects across North America and Europe, he has extensive experience in global markets and is well known for his expertise. Dr. Hopf earned a Masters of Computer Science degree and a PhD in Business Administration from Regensburg University, Germany.