Jacqueline Prause

About Jacqueline Prause

Jacqueline Prause is the Senior Managing Editor of Media Channels at SAP. She writes, edits, and coordinates journalistic content for SAP.info, SAP's global online news magazine for customers, partners, and business influencers .

SMB, digital transformation, IT, digital strategy, digitalization, digitization

SMB Survey Reveals Leadership Gap In Digital Transformation. Is IT Up To The Task?

28-Oct-2016 | Jacqueline Prause

What’s the role of the IT department in digital transformation? A recent report from research and analysis firm The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) points to new opportunities for IT executives of

Digitization vs. Digitalization – Wordplay Or World View?

18-May-2016 | Jacqueline Prause

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re up to speed on digitization. But are you ready for digitalization? What’s the difference? It may depend on your organization or industry. In some ar

4 Trends Will Make 2016 A Breakout Year For Women Entrepreneurs

26-Jan-2016 | Jacqueline Prause

Women make up the fastest-growing segment of business owners in the United States today. That doesn’t mean success is a given, however. In comparison to their male counterparts, women tend to have s

Are Charities Ready For Digital Transformation?

8-Dec-2015 | Jacqueline Prause

In the competition for donations and support, charities today are under intense scrutiny to ensure financial transparency and optimize resources for the best possible impact per donated dollar. Wha

Social Selling: 6 Questions Every Salesperson Needs To Know

6-Nov-2015 | Jacqueline Prause

“Customers don’t buy from glass buildings. They don’t buy from companies. They buy from people. Relationships are absolutely key.” – Kirsten Boileau, Director of Digital Startup, SAP Speaki

11 Lessons From The Small Business Coach

21-Aug-2015 | Jacqueline Prause

The Small Business Coach series was launched in May to promote engagement with a key segment of the SAP audience: small business owners and entrepreneurs. Formatted as an advice column, the Small Bus