Through the enterprise looking glasses: SAP integrates with augmented reality startups

We recently spoke at the SAP Startup Focus on Augmented Reality (AR) in Palo Alto, California. The SAP Startup Focus program provides expertise and software to 3,000 startups in fields ranging from consumer products to military, utilities, and energy. At the event, four AR startups pitched to a pane...

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