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Stephanie Nashawaty

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Stephanie is an innovative thought leader with a breadth of experience across a multitude of industries and expertise in both back and front office solutions. As the SAP North America Chief Customer Innovation Officer, Stephanie’s team is responsible for delivering a seamless, integrated experience focused on industry expertise, solution engineering, and advisory services dedicated to business value realization, with the customer at the epicenter of everything they do. Stephanie is passionate about what’s new and what’s next in tech and serves as an advisor to the Board for a Boston-based AI start-up in the customer experience space, Cogito Corporation. She also serves as the SAP representative on the Board of Directors for Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG).

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