Sanjay Brahmawar

Sanjay Brahmawar

CEO of Software AG

Recent posts

  • Integration & APIs

    Insights from the road: Shifting to a higher gear with StreamSets

    It has been a literal and figurative breath of fresh air to get back on the road the last couple of months, meeting with employees, partners, and customers worldwide. While it’s been an adjustment from working from home and riding my favorite local bike trails regularly, there is nothing like face-to-face conversations. Wherever I go, I make it a priority…

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  • Executive Voices

    Next-level enterprise integration with StreamSets

    In business—just like in sports—every so often something comes along that catapults the status quo to a whole new level. I’m a cycling enthusiast, and one example that comes to mind is something that transformed cycling: the derailleur system. It allowed cyclists to double their range of gears by shifting their chain between a set of sprockets—all while pedaling! This…

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  • Executive Voices

    Connection helps you excel – in biking and in business

    I truly believe that when you have a passion in life, you work as hard as you can to make it a success. Software AG aside, my other passion is cycling. Technology has made a massive difference to my own personal performance, such as a lighter bike to allow for longer rides, or electronic gear shifting which increases accuracy and…

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  • Executive Voices

    And the recognition goes to….

    …Software AG for IIoT, full life cycle API management and iPaaS! I am beyond excited to say that Software AG has been ranked as a Leader by some of the most prestigious industry analyst firms this year, in some of the most competitive categories in our business. Driving innovation in the integration and API and IoT product areas has been one of the primary objectives…

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  • Executive Voices

    The extreme competitiveness of a truly connected enterprise

    Disruption is driving a tectonic shift in business models. Businesses are entering the “third era of IT,” according to Gartner; where they’re no longer just considering digital transformation but are implementing it and scaling it. Today we mark the passing of an inflection point. Yesterday, you focused on products and services to offer quality, consistency, and reliability to increase customer-perceived…

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  • Executive Voices

    Culture is key to digital transformation success

    A clear cultural change strategy is imperative in successful digital transformation projects, and the “why” of the change - putting time into sharing and communicating the clear why - is even important than the “what” and “how” of the change. By now everyone has seen the explosion of spending on technology and transformation projects that has occurred since the beginning…

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  • Executive Voices

    How to reimagine business in the new economic landscape

    Imagine if the Covid-19 pandemic had occurred five years ago, before cloud adoption really took off.  What would have been different?  Your whole team would not have been able to work from home. The Internet would have broken repeatedly under the strain. Retailers would not have been able to move quickly to online trading – if at all. The vaccine would have…

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  • Executive Voices

    Driving purpose and performance through inclusion

    I am a Belgian citizen. I was born in India. I live in Germany now, and have lived in England, Finland, and Holland. I’ve visited more countries than I can count, many of them in my role as CEO of Software AG. Fostering diversity isn’t a campaign: It is simply how our world should work. At Software AG our people bring…

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    Collaboration is key to economic recovery

    If we have learned anything from the pandemic it is that, for your organization to succeed, you need more: more collaboration, more partnerships, more focus on culture and sharing and more data and insights. But not necessarily more technology. The rush to spend trillions on digital technology could lead businesses down the wrong path if it’s not done right, creating more silos…

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  • Executive Voices

    Netflix and the secret to disruption

    I remember first reading about business disruption in Clayton Christensen’s book The Innovator’s Dilemma. He argues that companies like Uber may have caused seismic shifts in their industries by digitalizing existing industries, but they did not disrupt the industries. True disruptors come up with a totally new business idea and a completely new market, turning non-customers into customers. If you ask any…

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