The Application Life-cycle Management SIG is proud to support this event.
It’s not Magic, it’s SAP Best Practice, is an event for customers that will give real insight on how to implement, optimise, and innovate with your SAP systems. Hear directly from both customers and SAP delivery experts, who will share their experience and best practice, outlining the pitfalls, quick wins, and tips for success.
Matt Dobbins from SAP UKI will present Implementation – Your Faster Route to Value at Lower Cost with Less Risk. Learn about best practice and guides on how to implement your SAP software faster, with lower cost and reduce risk. No it’s not MAGIC! You will hear how SAP Services has supported customers deliver their programs and projects successfully, using our new Advanced Delivery Method and Rapid Deployment Solutions.
Ben Lingwood from SAP will deliver Optimisation – Reducing TCO and Improving End User Performance. Have you wondered how you could make your SAP system more efficient, reduce costs and risks, and get improved usability? This session will outline best practice in managing your systems data, update you on a compelling story of SAP’s VCM and LVM technology, which helps manage and optimise System Landscapes. We will also show how we are optimising end user performance with productivity tools and improved user interfaces.
Phil Parfitt from SAP will give a presentation on Innovation – Taking Full Advantage of SAP Technology. This session will cover how Design Thinking is being used by SAP customers to unlock business innovation opportunities. Also learn how SAP technology, HANA, Mobility, Analytics and Real Time Data Platform are being implemented to drive real business innovation. Learn how SAP IT has innovated with SAP!
There will also be a Meet the Experts session which will be hosted by Geoff Watts from SAP.
Come along, enjoy the day and take away key learnings that will benefit your organisation based on the very latest best practice techniques. You cannot afford to miss out.
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