I'm seriously obliged to our most efficient hosts, Mike and Stacey, as it gives me a huge opportunity to get under the hood of the industry and in particular of course, the leading player in the Enterprise Software field. And it's always a pleasure I might add. A real pleasure.
When arriving Mike and Stacey will have it all organised for us bloggers, of which many are fellow Enterprise Irregulars - the high point being when top management graciously joins us in "fire side chats" for free discourse. Not to forget roaming the halls and mingling with the all-knowing SDN and BPX folks! So Craig and Marilyn, watch out ;)
For me - such openness is a clear sign of a corporate self confidence not often seen!
As always I'll be having a few questions brewing, mostly big picture stuff as my fellow Enterprise Irregulars are amazingly good at unearthing the important tech and marketing questions du jour, so I'll leave that to their able minds. Just take a look at what Dennis, Brian, Charlie, Larry, Sandy, Vinnie, Dan, Susan, Maggie, Jevon, Mark, Josh, Jason C and Jason B wrote already about SAP following the Sapphire in Orlando.
Without saying too much I suspect I'll be poking around for the some answers to what I raised here. And some more.
[Addendum: Vinnie raised a pertinent question here, and Frank has a very good follow-up here. As always I have my own skewed interpretation of the situation (see my comment at Frank's post) that I will pursue in Berlin methinks.]
Will let you know if I make any sense of what I find, or rather the inverse, if my questions makes any sense!