In pictures: SAP opens $60m Melbourne innovation centre

Vendor wants to create 120 IT jobs in Victoria by October 2014

  • Victorian Minister for Innovation Louise Asher and SAP active global support senior vice president Wolfgang Eschenfelder officially declare the Melbourne innovation centre open. Image credits: SAP.

  • (From left) SAP Australia and New Zealand southern region general manager Justin Williams, The Smith Family CEO Doctor Lisa O’Brien, La Trobe University administration vice president Natalie MacDonald, Infoxchange CEO David Spriggs and Youth Connect general manager Daniela Ascone. The Future of Work panel was held during the centre opening. The group discussed topics such as workforce development, tackling youth unemployment, the role of millenials, organisational leadership and how to address the skills gap in the future.

  • Justin Williams, Doctor Lisa O’Brien and Natalie MacDonald discuss issues during the Future of Work panel.

  • Louise Asher with SAP's A/NZ mission control centre head of engagement support Rhys Fagan.

  • Entrance to the mission control centre.

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