Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief analyst and CEO Greyhound Research is a part of the esteemed jury panel along with other industry leaders, who are evaluating and judging the SAP ACE Awards 2015.
About the Event:
Established as the mark of technology excellence since 2006, SAP ACE has recognized and honored Indian businesses who have demonstrated the spirit of innovation and leveraged SAP solutions to transform themselves.
SAP ACE continues to keep pace with evolving business and technology landscapes. Integration of the SAP Performance Benchmarking program in the evaluation process and the independent jury panels have made ACE the most coveted award in the industry.
SAP ACE 2015 endeavors once again to recognize and reward the best in technology innovation and business transformation
The Award categories for SAP ACE 2015 are:
- Adoption of Technology in Line of Business Function
- Enterprise Wide IT Adoption
- Leveraging Analytics and Mobility
- SAP Project Implementation
- Innovation Driven Technology Adoption
- Industry Specific Technology Adoption
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