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[February 22, 2013]

SAP Launches Inaugural Guidebook Aimed at Helping Telcos Monetize New Machine-to-Machine Services

Feb 22, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) today announced the publication of "Beyond Connectivity: A Guidebook for Monetizing M2M in a Changing World." The book is designed to help communications service providers (CSPs) monetize machine-to-machine (M2M) services and features strategic advice from industry thought leaders, as well as actionable tips and use cases from leading operators and vendors.

"The market for M2M services is expanding rapidly, and many customers and partners are creating new business models in order to stay competitive," said Eric Pillevesse, senior vice president, Telecommunications, SAP. "However, the path forward can be difficult to discern in rapidly changing technology environments. Our guidebook is targeted specifically at CSPs, providing a tool to help them navigate this emerging market." With articles exploring global M2M market trends from the perspective of a CSP, the guide is a key resource to help carriers quickly generate new revenue streams, understand the emerging technology and vendor ecosystem, and develop long-term strategies that will help them maintain competitive advantage. The book includes perspectives from industry authorities and innovators, including experts from Deutsch Telecom, Ericsson, SwissComm and more.

The guidebook is available for download at www.sap.com/industries/telecommunications . For more information, visit the SAP Newsroom . Follow SAP on Twitter at @sapnews and @SAP_Telco .

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