Paul Clark

About Paul Clark

Paul Clark is the Senior Director of Technology Partner Marketing at SAP. He is responsible for developing and executing partner marketing strategies, activities, and programs in joint go-to-market plans with global technology partners. The goal is to increase opportunities, pipeline, and revenue through demand generation via SAP's global and local partner ecosystems.

Retail’s Next Generation Of Customer Experiences Is A Data-Driven Affair

17-Dec-2018 | Paul Clark

Consumers are evolving faster every day. From interaction preferences to product expectations, retailers must tee up their customer experience to respond to every shift and fast-emerging norm. But at

The Intelligent Enterprise: The Next Building Block In Lasting Digital Transformation

30-Oct-2018 | Paul Clark

For years, CIOs and their IT organizations have undergone a series of steps that drive their businesses closer to becoming bigger, better, and faster than any competitor. From ERP systems and data man

Intelligent Networks: Holding Supply Chains To A Higher Standard

21-Aug-2018 | Paul Clark

Ever since Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel, The Jungle, exposed the horrific practices of Chicago’s meat-packing industry, supply chains worldwide have been under close scrutiny. Coalitions and unions

Is Supply Chain Vulnerability Undermining Your Business Purpose?

7-Aug-2018 | Paul Clark

You can fix problems right away and identify savings. You can even find new product sources early on and resolve issues before customer complaints and dissatisfaction arise. While these capabilities a

How AI Can Make Human Intelligence More Valuable Than Ever

14-Jun-2018 | Paul Clark

Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion about the emerging role of artificial intelligence (AI), as well as its subsets, including machine learning, deep learning, and automation. Some people say t

The Sorry State Of GDPR Readiness – And How You Can Turn It Around

15-May-2018 | Paul Clark

In the humdrum world of regulatory compliance, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is equivalent to the storm of the century. An endless stream of forecasts has been warni