SAP Sponsors Interaction Design @ IxDA15
SAP will be at IxDA15 in San Francisco, California as a Recruiting Level Sponsor. In continued support of the Interaction Design Community not only will we be broadcasting highlights around the event here, we are looking forward to getting your viewpoint on the BEST of IxDA to share with others here in our Community.
If you are going to be onsite at IxDA stop by our booth and say hello, see what’s new in the UX community, play our Experience.sap.com Comment Capture right here or drop off your resume for the chance to join our SAP family.
Get Involved @ Interaction15 to Win with SAP
There are a couple ways to win great prizes while spending your days at Interaction15
1) Comment Capture
Create an account on the Experience.sap.com site and comment on your experiences at Interaction15. Since many people do not have the opportunity to attend the event, we would love to hear all about your conference highlights to share with that couldn’t attend. Every contribution will enter you for another chance to win a great prize at the SAP Booth @ Interaction15. Winners pulled at the end of each day and announced on this page.
Monday – Could be you, just comment below 🙂
2) Resume Drop
Not only do you get the chance of possibly joining SAP, the Largest Enterprise Software Company in the World but for simply dropping off your resume you will be entered into a nightly appreciation drawing. Talk about a win, win!
SAP Around IxDA
*SAP Booth – Don’t forget to swing by and say hello and find out how to win some really cool prizes.
* And the Award Goes To…
SAP is also in the running for an Interaction Award under the “Optimizing” category for Patient Data Explorer. View the SAP finalist entry here and stop by the booth to talk more in depth with the team that built it.
Patient Data Explorer
Patient Data Explorer is a new, real-time analytics software that improves the efficiency of cancer research. Doctors and researchers can now securely and instantly access clinical data from multiple sources in a unified interface. Complex medical information can be easily managed through the intuitive UI, the adjustable charts and patient timeline to make informed decisions faster. It replaces time- consuming, manual processes and streamlines workflows to increase efficiency among medical teams. Customizable for cancer centers and hospitals, it significantly accelerates the development of individual, highly adjusted cancer therapies.