More than 5,000 visitors came to Leipzig for this year’s DSAG Annual Conference to discuss trends and current developments in the German SAP user community. The core of the conference was described by its two-parted motto “Architecture of the future” and “Business without limits”, showing ways how companies can advance in the digital age with futureproof solutions.

Blockchain and AI so close you can touch it

Camelot ITLab was present at the conference, that took place from October 16-18, with a very special booth: an interactive exhibition wall, on view in this form for the first time in Germany, illustrated the interplay of major trends in IT. Animations were triggered via touch functions, showing visitors how Blockchain, AI, the Internet of Things and further trends interact. The exhibition wall made these concepts tangible in a literal way.

New impulses & valuable knowledge exchange

We were particularly pleased about the many conversations at our booth. On all three days, our consultants were available to visitors for technical deep-dives and strategic analysis. This has led to numerous meetings with customers and prospects, which have provided valuable new impulses for both sides.

For all who were not able to come to the DSAG Annual Congress 2018, but still would like to talk to our consultants about SAP related topics or innovation trends: just contact us and we will bring you together with the right expert!

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