Finance in the Cloud or On-Premise? Expert Guidance for Choosing the Right Deployment Option for Your Organization (Financials 2013)

  • by Birgit Starmanns, Senior Director, Solution Marketing, EPM and Finance Solutions, SAP
  • Neil Krefsky, Senior Director Product Marketing, SAP Cloud, SAP
  • May 9, 2013

In this video you'll learn about the pros and cons of a core SAP financial management implementation — whether it's on premise or in the cloud.

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For more information on cloud solutions for finance, attend Pete Graham's sessions at the upcoming SAPinsider Financials 2017 conference, June 14-16, 2017, in Amsterdam. For information on the event, click here.

Birgit Starmanns

Birgit Starmanns is a senior director in solution marketing at SAP for EPM (Enterprise Performance Management) and Finance solutions. Birgit has more than 20 years of experience across solution marketing, solution management, strategic customer communities, and consulting. Her functional experience is in finance, including core SAP ERP and enterprise performance management, as well as customer relationship management, which has allowed her to focus on the integration of cross-functional business processes. Prior to joining SAP, she was a principal in management consulting organizations, redesigning business processes and implementing SAP R/3 and R/2 for numerous Fortune 500 and SME companies, with a focus on management accounting. Birgit holds a BA and an MBA from the College of William and Mary.

This June, Birgit Starmanns will be speaking at the SAPinsider Financials 2015 conference in Nice, France. View event details here.

 

Neil Krefsky

Neil Kresfky is senior director of product marketing, SAP cloud, at SAP. He is responsible for the development and execution of the product marketing strategy for SAP Financials OnDemand, SAP Travel OnDemand, and SAP Business ByDesign.


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