It was a great moment to present and discuss next-generation products and innovative use cases based on microservices, Gigya solutions, SAP Hybris Marketing, SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer, SAP Hybris Service Engagement Center. Here’s a recap on the first ever SAP Hybris Innovation MeetUp 2018. (more…)
This video is in German only, but at least videos tell more, than 1000 words. 226 participants from 43 nations and seven inspiring challenges full of amazing results: The first FC Bayern HackDays provided plenty of inspiration for shaping the digital future of the German record champion.
Keyword extraction from search queries is a fundamental aspect of conversational commerce. In this article I illustrate a simple but effective way to get relevant entities from user’s utterances and rank them against an unstructured product catalog and an ontology database. The primary purpose of a conversational application is to... read more →
Have you heard of Steam Kids? It's an SAP Hybris educational initiative. In a nutshell, we've taken our knowledge around coding & hardware and worked on a day-long workshop program for kids. The tool we decided to use is the Calliope Mini, a microcontroller board similar to Arduino that focuses... read more →
It's now been nearly six years since Hybris Labs was created. Labs went from being a two-man operation to becoming a fully grown (though not quite grown-up) team. And right now we're in the middle of taking a further big step. (more…)
Charly is evolving and from now, all business transactions are backed by Hybris Commerce. This is the first round of series of upcoming integrations between Facebook Messenger, one of the leading instant message applications, and the core operational system for order and inventory management, made by Hybris. The complete shopping... read more →
In the recent posts about showcase coffeepush, we explored the main idea and then the technical implementation to enable the push feature. After a while, we realized that ServiceWorkers can be used for many other cool features, too, and these features are often not hard to implement. So while we... read more →