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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

November 27th 2013:Special Encore Presentation: Sports Go High-Tech: Score!

Today’s buzz: Sports. Whether you play sports or just watch, you may already be seeing the impact of an exciting new ‘player’ on the court, the field, the track, the pool, the television. Its name is technology and it’s enhancing how players play, coaches coach, equipment runs, teams collaborate, fans enjoy, and lots more. The experts speak. Michael Gliedman, NBA: “A man of my mind can do anything” (Steely Dan, Don’t Take Me Alive, 1976). Marcus Baur, Sailing Team Germany: “We ain’t seen nothing yet” (Andrew McAfee, TEDxBoston, 2012). Jen Cohen Crompton, Something Creative: “If the stadi

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Michael Gliedman

Michael Gliedman, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for the NBA (National Basketball Association), directs all technology initiatives relating to the collection, cataloging, storage, archiving and retrieval of NBA assets. Through a new partnership with SAP, Michael was instrumental in the league’s unveiling www.NBA.com/Stats, an unprecedented statistical destination on NBA.com providing access to the league’s entire official statistics history, back to the inaugural 1946-47 season. His teams provide technical infrastructure and on-the-ground support for more than 50 major events a year, including NBA All-Star, playoffs, finals, and NBA Global
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Marcus Baur

Marcus Baur is an architect, entrepreneur, and professional sailor who competed in two Olympic Games in the fast and furious Olympic 49er class, won numerous medals at the European and World Championships, and led the world ranking for more than two years. After ending his sailing career in 2008, Marcus became involved in three startup ventures that are in full operation today. Goalscape provides a unique software solution for goal-setting and program management. Fitness center mei:do, which he co-founded, puts equal emphasis on training the brain and the body. After founding Sailing Team Germany in 2009, Marcus has led its technology program, in collaboration with SAP since 2010, to bring i
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Jen Cohen Crompton

Jen Cohen Crompton is CEO of Something Creative, the Philadelphia-based content marketing agency she founded in 2007. From its beginnings as a social media marketing company, Something Creative has evolved as content is the founding asset for effective social media and marketing strategies. Currently, Jen researches and provides content on tech-related topics such as big data, cloud, analytics, and mobility. She specifically blogs for SAP’s SCN and Business Innovations blogs and is currently working on a series about the future and how it relates to the innovative topics of the convergence of sports and analytics, disruptive technologies, the collaborative economy, and consumer empowerment.
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Steve Peck

Steve Peck, SVP Global Strategic Initiatives, SAP SE, serves as a proxy for SAP’s President of Global Customer Operations where needed and leads strategic global programs and partnerships focused on accelerating customer value and innovation in the digital world. Steve recently launched SAP's Sports and Entertainment industry globally, which showcases SAP on the world’s biggest stage with partnerships including the NFL, NBA, NHL, German National Soccer Team, McLaren, etc. Previously, Steve was CEO of Axon Americas where he drove 48% YoY growth prior to a successful cash exit. Prior to Axon, Steve was successful in multiple executive roles at SAP including SVP, Americas Ecosystem and Presid
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 20/12/2017 08:00 20/12/2017 09:00 Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap Today’s buzz: Sports. Whether you play sports or just watch, you may already be seeing the impact of an exciting new ‘player’ on the court, the field, the track, the pool, the television. Its name is technology and it’s enhancing how players play, coaches coach, equipment runs, teams collaborate, fans enjoy, and lots more. The experts speak. Michael Gliedman, NBA: “A man of my mind can do anything” (Steely Dan, Don’t Take Me Alive, 1976). Marcus Baur, Sailing Team Germany: “We ain’t seen nothing yet” (Andrew McAfee, TEDxBoston, 2012). Jen Cohen Crompton, Something Creative: “If the stadium simply becomes a stage, the game will have lost a vital element. I believe this is the next great issue—how to make games important to people when they can sit in their living room?” (Marc Ganis, SportsCorp). Steve Peck, SAP: “Life is like a dogsled race. If you ain't the lead dog, the scenery never changes.” (Lewis Grizzard, writer/humorist). Join us for Sports Go High-Tech: Score! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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