Even though a Bullseye-Tour of South America does sound quite appealing, we saw more sense in enabling our colleagues to build, configure, set up, and conduct the demo themselves. So while Georg and Nick were in Mexico City they took the opportunity to share some Bullseye and also Infinite Cart expertise. There was only one minor drawback. The main component of the Bullseye platforms, a microcontroller called “Teensy-LC USB Board”, is a slightly exotic piece of equipment and therefore not easily purchasable in all countries. Our Colombian colleagues were faced with exactly this problem. Them being under some time pressure, we decided to try our luck in the electronic stores of downtown Mexico City.
Now don’t get us wrong, they had A LOT of stuff there! But unfortunately not what we were looking for, so after the fifth of these “mini electronic malls” we had to admit defeat. Luckily the previously placed order from the US arrived just in time for the SAP Forum in Colombia, resulting in another version of a Bullseye powered wine shelf. And this isn’t the end. The SAP Forums in Cali, Bogotá, Guatemala City, and Puerto Rico will also be showing the demo.