The SAP Hybris Customer Experience Summit is an exclusive event, held in Orlando as a part of SAPPHIRE NOW, for top executives and leaders in Marketing, Sales, and Commerce. Of course Hybris Labs was very happy to be asked to contribute two prototypes to the event. There was just one minor hiccup. A very tight schedule only allowed us to setup between 8pm-6am the night before. Slightly awkward perhaps but luckily our new prototype, Charly, is an ‘out of the box’ software demo… Continue reading
The SAP Next-Gen program is an innovation platform for the SAP ecosystem enabling companies, partners and universities to connect and innovate with purpose linked to the UN Global Goals. In partnership with the Hasso Plattner Institute SAP Next-Gen recently opened its doors on the 48th floor of SAP’s new offices at Hudson Yards in New York City. Hybris Labs had the honour to contribute five prototypes to their innovation hub. Continue reading
Parallel to the SAP Hybris Digital Summit 2017 we want to take a look at the past year through the eyes of Hybris Labs. We decided to name our 2016 “The Year of IoT”. The very first Labs IoT prototype does of course date back to 2014 and came in the shape of the original Smart Wine Shelf. But what we like to refer to as the “mastery of IoT” involves achievements such as the replication and adaptation of our prototypes, enabled through YaaS, the distribution of our demos to events across the globe, and the very first Hybris Labs prototype with an SAP Hybris customer. Continue reading
After having accomplished their mission at the FMI Midwinter Executive Conference in Scottsdale, Georg and Nick’s next stop was Mexico City to support the local SAP Forum. Our Mexican colleagues are so fond of Hybris Labs, they even adopted the original version of our very first IoT prototype, the Smart Wine Shelf. It looks quite happy in its new home. Continue reading
We might be regretting that headline pretty soon… ‘Limitlessly’ is slightly exaggerated. Those of you who know Hybris Labs better or have been following our blog will in fact debunk this statement as a blatant lie. ‘Leveraging’ is a bit dicey too actually. ‘Labs’ is fine though.
What we have been trying to do and are continuously succeeding with, is making it possible for SAP teams around the world to show and in some cases even rebuild our prototypes without our physical presence. The two latest examples of this sort of collaboration were presented by our colleagues in Mexico and Japan.
In Mexico it’s the original Smart Wine Shelf that’s creating a buzz. It was stored in the US for quite some time, so we’re happy to see it in action again. After all, it was the very first wine shelf we built and in a way marks the beginning of the Labs era as you know it today.
Our Japanese colleagues decided to go with Infinite Cart. Even if we need to invest some time to ‘leverage’ our demos and make sure they work, we think it’s definitely worth it. Because at the end: Everybody’s happy.