What should be the priorities of a marketing manager? Should one continue to invest heavily in traditional print and television media? Is new media really effective? What will be the outlook for print and television medium? What would be the next big leap for brands? What is so unique about Mobile medium?
All the above questions will be answered at IAMAI’s next event, Marketing Conclave, to be held in New Delhi on 29th April 2010. A must attend event for marketing heads to get an insight into the future of marketing.
Pondy born and Singapore based investment banker, Sandhosh Kumar, who is also a mountaineering enthusiast, is currently on Mission Everest. He is about 20 days into his 65 days expedition to climb Mount Everest, world’s highest peak.
As he climbs, he has been sharing some interesting photos and write ups with me, as we at Businessblogging are helping him in keeping his blog and facebook pages updated with latest information about his climb, so that his friends and fans can stay updated.
We’re sharing some exciting photos of the Everest, sent by Sandhosh Kumar. For complete coverage, please check Sandhosh’s blog or his facebook page.
Day 13 – Loh La and the Ice fall at the background
Whole team at the summit of Kalapattar with Everest in the background
Day 8 – View of Ama Dablam
Sandhosh is climbing Everest in Support of the cause against Child Sexual Abuse. To support the cause, pls visit www.millionpledges.com and take a pledge against Child Sexual Abuse…
Rajesh, Solution Advisor at SAP, gave an interesting Demo of Business By Design (B By D) concept…
SAP Business By Design is designed specifically for midsize companies that wish to grow profitably…
Rajesh Demonstrated how BByD can help a CEO, waiting in an airport with an internet connected laptop, who has to prepare a presentation for the board meeting, can identify a deviation and quickly seek explanation on it from his subordinates.
The demo happened live, supported by SAP servers in Germany. When one of the KPIs, the liquidity limit, went below the pre set limit, CEO gets an alert and he could connect to his CFO and seek an explanation. Making presentations from KPIs was even easier- All happened within 10 minutes.
Here are the summary of media coverage received for Yesterday’s SAP talk show, SME Legend 2010…
The Financial Express
Small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) wanting to grow their business and increase market share and profitability must first achieve scalability and transparency – this was the theme of SAP Talk Show – SME Legend 2010 hosted in Bangalore, at the Taj Westend Hotel.
SAP has tied up with Software Major Wipro to offer SAP as a SaaS (Software as a Service), so that small companies can avail SAP services on a monthly rental basis.
One of the biggest hurdles companies face when decide to adopt SAP is the price. Most of the SMEs may not be able to afford the same. However, with SAP services now available as SaaS, small and medium enterprises can adopt SAP for a very less amount, a nominal monthly fee.