Two weeks ago SAP Hybris organized an external IoT and Microservice Workshop where 24 participants showed up even outside was really nice Biergarden weather. The idea of the workshop was to have three rounds and to start with small IoT examples, integrate them into Node-RED and then combine everything with YaaS Microservices.
“Does the air conditioning really need to be this cold?”, “This artificial light is starting to give me a headache.”, “I need to get some fresh air!” – these are common statements you hear or utter at most conferences or trade shows. Everyone who has ever spent a full working day in a demo booth can relate to this. Continue reading
It was a big day for our brand new Hybris Labs prototype Charly. The SAP Forum in Linz, Austria was the first time he got to see the tough life outside the lab. It was Charly’s first event. Luckily his daddy, Giancarlo, and his aunty Anja came along to make sure he’d be fine. But there was nothing to be worried about. He’s a little star. Continue reading
That’s the reaction to the Hybris Labs Changing Room at the 4th Annual Customer Experience Management Summit, currently being held in Singapore – “a big hit!”. The internal reaction… but the general feedback can’t be far off, because the setup looks pretty cool.
The local team did a great job putting the demo together with some remote support from us. Nice one!
…y Retail. It’s in Chicago. We’re still catching up on a few events from the past few weeks. Now, Bullseye has definitely become our most popular prototype due to its simplicity and the mere fact that it can be shown without anyone from the Labs team being physically present. Through the success of this approach we have gained confidence to apply the same course of action to other prototypes. In this case our colleagues in Chicago showed Funky Retail at IRCE (Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition).
Here’s what Kevin had to say about the event:
“In summary, the show was good and there was interest in the Funky Retail concept. IRCE attracts smaller retailers, many without physical stores, so the there was less traffic compared to NRF. But overall those that did visit the Funky Retail display were very interested. Their number one question was ‘Who is using this?’. And many discussed the possibility of using such an interactive display within their own retail environments or how to put such a display into retailer selling their products.”
Well done, guys! Everybody’s happy!