May 01

Win at SAPPHIRE NOW 2013 with DataXstream

SAPPHIRENOW 2013The Apple a Day Contest

DataXstream is giving away Apple TV’s on Twitter during SAPPHIRE NOW 2013.

The contest runs from May 14-16, 2013.

It is very simple:

  1. Visit the consultant’s blog at http://www.dataxstream.com/category/sap-consultants-blog/. At the end of each blog post there are share buttons. Using the twitter button, please share your favorite blog post, or any recent post, and add the hashtag #SAPPHIRENOW.

At the end of each day at the SAPPHIRE NOW conference, we will review our tweet stream and a winner will be chosen and contacted via Twitter direct message.

Upcoming blogs include:

May 14, 2013 – What makes a great SAP Integrator, by Craig Stasila
May 15, 2013 – What makes a great Custom Development Shop, by Tim Cooper
May 16, 2013 – What makes a great ISV Enablement partner, by Craig Stasila

Want to win but won’t be at the Show?

From May 8 through the end of the show, read “What Makes a Great Basis Administrator,” retweet its link using the twitter button at the bottom of the post and feature the hashtag #SAPPHIRENOW to be entered to win an Apple TV. A winner will be chosen on May 16 and be contacted via Twitter direct message.

Another way to win at the Show

Get your badge scanned after visiting us at Booth 2523, and you will be entered to win an iPad mini.

Apple a Day Contest Rules

  1. You may enter once a day through Twitter (additional entries will disqualify you from the contest.)
  2. You must be in attendance at the show to participate and pick up your prize.
  3. Acceptance of a prize constitutes the winner’s consent to the use of his/her voice, name, likeness, biographical information and/or photograph by DataXstream, LLC for promotional or advertising purposes in connection with this promotion.

 

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