SAP is celebrating its fortieth anniversary with this live and online interactive exhibition that’s a journey through the enterprise software company’s past and present and a look toward its future.

The live exhibition takes place in a pavilion built specifically for it in Waldorf, Germany; the web site allows visitors around the world to become part of the exhibition.

The interactive exhibit and its content is directly connected with the microsite: Text and video congratulations are posted to an interactive wall and become part of the exhibition and questions about the company’s future actively influence the on- and offline content of Project Inspiration.

• A mirror of the physical exhibition, this site was completed in three months.

• The site is built with HTML5 (CSS, JavaScript) and uses SVG to draw vector graphics. The server is PHP-based.

• So far, the site houses approximately 250 videos including greetings, questions, answers and snippets from the past; Milestones is a compilation of more than 130 events from SAP’s past and present.

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