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ABOUT SAP DIGITAL INTERCONNECT

SAP Digital Interconnect, formerly SAP Mobile Services, provides interconnection services to help operators worldwide simplify and optimize connectivity, monetize messaging infrastructure and services, and reduce network costs without additional capital expenditure. Our intelligent, cloud-based engagement services and programmable digital interfaces enable enterprises to connect the “last mile” with their customers. In addition, SAP operates one of the world’s largest, most reliable cloud messaging networks, reaching 7.3 billion subscribers on over 1,000 operators in more than 220 countries and territories and processing over 1 billion messages daily.

For more details about how SAP Digital Interconnect can help transform your business and improve customer experiences in the digital economy, please contact us at sapdigitalinterconnect@sap.com or visit us on the Web at SAP Digital Interconnect. To learn more about intelligent and interconnected mobile engagements, join the SAP Mobile Services Community and follow us on Twitter at @SAPInterconnect.

MEF Minute/

You have a new message (from an oil rig)

Heavy industry might be the next big user of mobile messaging, says Sethu Meenakshisundaram, president of SAP Mobile Services. He recently talked to MEF Minute features editor, Tim Green, about the promise of smart connected machines for MEF’s free Future of Messaging Guide.

Sethu Meenakshisundaram has a vision for mobile messaging. And it’s not necessarily human. He is qualified to opine on the subject. He was a director at messaging pioneer Sybase for 15 years and today he is president of SAP Mobile Services (a division of SAP), which bought Sybase in 2010. He’s seen messaging evolve from a person to person medium to a channel through which enterprises can communicate with customers.

Enterprise messaging: Integrate expectations

Adding a mobile messaging function to enterprise systems is a must for businesseses.

Mike Willock, VP for EMEA Sales, SAP Mobile Services recently spoke to MEF’s Tim Green about the benefits of adding messaging to enterprise communications for MEF’s Future of Messaging Guide which can be downloaded here for free…

For any enterprise embracing digital to reach customers, mobile and messaging is a key component and enabler. It’s why enterprise software giant SAP bought Sybase 365 (now SAP Mobile Services). The acquisition opened up new, broader messaging and integration opportunities with existing products and as standalone solutions.