The cloud is rapidly gaining ground in every area of corporate IT. Camelot Cloud Day, October 1, 2019, saw Camelot and SAP experts along with experienced users getting together to discuss specific challenges and opportunities.

Inspiring presentations

After a brief opening speech by Camelot, it was time for the first highlight on the agenda: The opening keynote by Andrea Clauer, SAP expert and business rebel, pointed out how businesses could adapt to an uncertain future and exploit it with a corporate culture open to innovations. Because the digital revolution is in full swing. An exciting “keynote to join in” where participants were called on to help shape the talk interactively.

At the end of the keynote, the participants received a visual recording made during the talk as a special thank-you. Hanging it in the office should encourage discussions with colleagues about the future. 

Otto Schell, deputy chair of DSAG, was next with his talk “Difficult relationship – Germany and the cloud.” He raised the question of how progress could be made in digital transformation. Will cloud technology bring about change?

Interactive exchange with experts

After this, it was time for more detailed discussions with SAP solution experts on SAP S/4HANA Cloud, SAP C/4HANA and SAP Analytics in the cloud.

Furthermore, in the expert kiosk all participants had the opportunity to discover additional solutions, ask our Camelot experts questions and have discussions with them.

Cloud – curse or blessing?

The interactive day was rounded off by another highpoint: The experienced CIOs Ralph Meyndt, Head of Corporate IT at TENTE, Georg Kästle, CIO & Chief Enterprise Architect of the Wieland Group, along with the above-mentioned speakers, Otto Schell and Andrea Clauer, discussed the challenges of digitalization on the stage together with the Camelot Cloud Day participants.

Where will the future take us? The speakers of the Camelot Cloud Day are sure that all IT trends will include cloud technology. See for yourself:

Many thanks to everyone who contributed to making this event a great success!

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