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Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern

February 28th 2018:ERP, Technology and Purpose in the Wild: Elephants, Rhinos, People

The buzz: “No one in the world needs a Rhino horn but a Rhino” (Paul Oxton). Africa’s wildlife threat levels are growing at alarming rates – particularly from increasing poaching of elephants and rhinos. Traditional conservation methods fall short due to lack funding and people-power. Enter a creative solution: technology with purpose involving drones and GPS, sparking a new definition of ERP: Elephants, Rhinos and People. The experts speak. Quintin Smith, EPI-USE: “I guess it comes down a simple choice, really. Get busy living or get busy dying” (Shawshank Redemption). David Allen, EPI-USE:

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Quintin Smith

Quintin Smith was born and raised in South Africa and now lives in Boston, MA. His childhood fascination with cars drove him to a career in the automotive industry where he worked for Mercedes-Benz and BMW in Germany as a mechanical engineer. Having maxed out his childhood, his adventurous spirit led him to the USA where he completed his MBA at UC Berkley, and pursue a career in technology services. Quintin is a Partner with EPI-USE, where he manages a portfolio of clients and leads small teams of highly motivated, entrepreneurial, software engineers – his favorite kind of people. He finds developing young talent most rewarding, and as an engineer at heart, enjoys solving complex business
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David Allen

With an academic background in Computer Science, a career in Technical consulting that taught him to think on his feet and a passion for the great outdoors, David Allen relishes every challenge thrown his way as the leader of GroupElephant.com’s UAV-based conservation projects. In parallel, as an Associate Partner in the EPI-USE Systems business, David heads up a team of highly ambitious, young SAP consultants and manages a large portfolio of customers. Achieving results in an unconventional manner is David. David’s goal is to bring these unconventional approaches to play in so far as conserving Africa’s engendered wildlife is concerned.
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Ashley Tully

Ashley Tully works at SAP and is a channel marketing professional with 20+ years of experience in marketing programs development, content development, and communications. She has been with SAP for 11 years and focuses on partner communications, particularly working with partner companies to communicate their stories of purpose-driven innovation using SAP technology.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 20/02/2019 08:00 20/02/2019 09:00 Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap The buzz: “No one in the world needs a Rhino horn but a Rhino” (Paul Oxton). Africa’s wildlife threat levels are growing at alarming rates – particularly from increasing poaching of elephants and rhinos. Traditional conservation methods fall short due to lack funding and people-power. Enter a creative solution: technology with purpose involving drones and GPS, sparking a new definition of ERP: Elephants, Rhinos and People. The experts speak. Quintin Smith, EPI-USE: “I guess it comes down a simple choice, really. Get busy living or get busy dying” (Shawshank Redemption). David Allen, EPI-USE: “There are some four million different kinds of animals and plants in the world. Four million different solutions to the problems of staying alive.=” (Sir David Attenborough). Ashley Tully, SAP: “He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how” (Friedrich Nietzsche). Join us for ERP, Technology and Purpose in the Wild: Elephants, Rhinos, People VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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