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Leverage Data Services to Boost Sales


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3 Key Components to Effectively Leverage

Data Services to Boost Sales

Applying Data Services to solve integration requirements can provide tremendous value for an organization. For retailers, Data Services can often deliver a required functionality and performance that ultimately helps to encourage more sales and tune discounts to increase customer loyalty.
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ABOUT THIS SESSION

Join Method360’s Senior Enterprise Information Management consultant, Patrick Hanck, as he takes us through a real-life use case that ties sales opportunities captured in real-time, consumer to store proximities, and store stock levels to determine targeted discount logic for source e-commerce system.
By attending this session you will learn how to:

  • Effectively leverage Data Services to realize business outcomes such as increased sales, focused analytics and customer loyalty
  • Create Real Time jobs in Data Services
  • Use python within User Defined Transforms as a powerful tool to help extend Data Services functionality
This use case can be found in James and Patrick Hanck’s recently released book “SAP Data Services – The Comprehensive Guide”.
PLUS:
All attendees will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win the book!
The winner will be announced after the Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

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PRESENTED BY

Patrick Hanck, Senior EIM Consultant

Date: June 30, 2015

Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT

Duration: 1 HR

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Patrick Hanck_small_roundPatrick Hanck is a lead Enterprise Information Management consultant at Method360. He specializes in provisioning information, system implementation, and process engineering, and he has been recognized through business excellence and process improvement awards.
Patrick has over 25 years of experience in consulting and program management, working in aerospace, IT management, finance, legal, services supply chain, distribution, and retail industries. He has a degree in mechanical engineering and project management certifications from Stanford and George Washington University.



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