Julie Stoughton


Julie Stoughton

About Julie Stoughton

Julie Stoughton is the Head of Telecommunications Marketing & Communications at SAP. She is a seasoned professional with 16 years of marketing and product marketing experience in software and media technologies. Julie's specialties include strategic market development, positioning and messaging, customer segmentation, product launches, ROI analysis, and go-to-market execution.

How Machine Learning Is Creating New Opportunities In The Telecommunications Industry

18-Jul-2018 | Julie Stoughton

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are boosting innovation in every industry, providing opportunities for new ideas that are accelerating digital transformation. In the telecomm

Turning Data Into Insights: How Digitization Creates New Opportunities For The Telecommunications Industry

23-Apr-2018 | Julie Stoughton

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is creating an enormous volume of data for the telecommunications industry (telcos). Data gathered from in-store beacons, environmental sensors, and mobile devi

Digital Economy, Industries, Blockchain, Telco, SAP Leonardo, Innovations, Industries

How To Energize Blockchain’s New CSP Business Options For Success

19-Feb-2018 | Julie Stoughton

The communication service provider (CSP) industry is evolving. It's already at the forefront of data, networking, and telephone communications, but as digitization rolls forward, new technology and bu

Digital Economy, Industries, Blockchain, Telco, SAP Leonardo, Innovations, Industries

How Innovative Blockchain Technology Will Change Telecom

24-Jan-2018 | Julie Stoughton

New technologies facilitate digital transformation that brings our world forward by providing efficiency and solving problems. Blockchain is one such innovative technology that is expected to greatly

SAP Leonardo, Telecommunication, Internet of Things, Digital Future

Telecommunications Companies: Here’s How To Use End-To-End Enterprise Offers To Boost Revenue

9-Jan-2018 | Julie Stoughton

Telecommunications companies are not new to the Internet of Things (IoT). Many have long used these tools as a way to gather data and implement change. These organizations, called communication servic