Jennifer Scholze

About Jennifer Scholze

Jennifer Scholze is the Global Lead for Industry Marketing for the Mill Products and Mining Industries at SAP. She has over 20 years of technology marketing, communications and venture capital experience and lives in the Boston area with her husband and two children.

Sustainability Brings Rewards To The Paper And Packaging Industries

2-May-2016 | Jennifer Scholze

Research is pouring in about the importance of sustainability and environmental stewardship. As we become more aware of the problems associated with modern lifestyles, businesses of all types are flo

Digital Transformation: Never Run Out Of TP Again

28-Apr-2016 | Jennifer Scholze

Toilet paper may be the butt of many jokes, but it is a very real need. From schools to airplanes, offices, and homes, toilet paper is a requirement of daily life. What does this mean for dema

How IoT And Digitization Can Reinforce The Cement Industry

1-Dec-2015 | Jennifer Scholze

Excitement around the Internet of Things continues to grow as manufacturers, vendors, and customers begin to realize the substantial benefits of embedding sensors in everything from vehicle tires to c

5 Big Ways The Forest Products Industry Is Pinning Growth On Digital Transformation

19-Nov-2015 | Jennifer Scholze

Gathering with the leading thinkers and movers in an industry is one of the best ways to clear your head and creatively think and talk about how you and your company can move the needle. This is what

Quick IoT Win: CIO At Wesizwe Platinum Mining Digitization

15-Oct-2015 | Jennifer Scholze

Kobus Pienaar, chief information officer at Wesizwe Platinum, recently spoke with Georg Gradl, global lead for the SAP Industry Business Unit Mining about how the company — and the mining industry

Top 5 Digitization Topics Metals Leaders Are Talking About

14-Oct-2015 | Jennifer Scholze

Last week, Tenaris, a leading steel manufacturer to the energy industry, hosted the 10thannual SAP Executive Advisory Council for Metals at its Dalmine mill in Italy, which included the top companies