This SIG is taking place at Rolls-Royce Learning & Career Development Centre, Wilmore Road, Derby, DE24 9BD on Wednesday 14th March 2012.
Gaynor Bickley from Rolls-Royce will deliver a SAP Project System – Reporting Overview.
The overview will cover:
- Introduction & Overview
- SAP Project System Standard Reporting Overview
- Business Information/Warehouse for SAP Project System
- ABAP Query Reporting for SAP Project System
- Questions and Answers
Rachel Morris a volunteer for the UK & Ireland SAP User Group will discuss ‘How you can influence SAP’. Within this session, Rachel will discuss the short term solutions, and show you how you can propose Focus Topics and work with User Groups across the globe to influence SAP.
Richard Deery from SAP will present Business Intelligence for SAP. An update of SAP Business Intelligence offerings and capabilities, including demonstrations of Mobile solutions.
The day will include a Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust Exhibition Tour. At the Learning and Career Development Centre (LDC) on Wilmore Road there is an extensive collection of aero engines. Engines produced by companies such as Bristol Aero Engines, de Haviland and Armstrong Siddeley are also represented. The exhibition is time framed, starting with the early years and World War One with engines such as the Eagle, moving on through the inter war years and on to World War Two including the famous Merlin engine. The exhibition then takes us through the days of early jet engines and Frank Whittle before moving on to modern day gas turbine engines including the RB211(below), Olympus engine as used to power Concorde and the Trent engine. There is also a display of Vertical/Short take off and Landing Engines including the Pegasus as used in the Harrier jump jet. As well as aero engines there are also exhibits of cars, diesel engines, and marine applications. Some of the exhibits have videos and audio commentaries describing their history and applications.The LDC is also home to ‘The Street’ which houses the ‘Hall of Fame’ to people who have made significant contributions to Rolls-Royce and other aspects of aviation.
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