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SVP for Enterprise Social and Collaborative Software in SAP's cloud business unit, leading product management and go-to-market. Sameer has been cited in publications such as CNBC Business, The New York Times, CIO.com and Forbes on high performing collaborative organizations and trends in enterprise software. He blogs at Pretzel Logic.

One response to “BigData, Mobile and Cloud Convergence: The Elephants”

  1. H.Maraj

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