If you’ve already subscribed to SUGTalks, you’ll have seen we’ve aired the first couple of episodes of SUGTalks Series 6. In our first episode, Michiel Verhoeven, Managing Director of SAP UK & Ireland joins Craig Dale and Paul Cooper to look back at UKISUG CONNECT, and to discuss what SAP users can expect in 2022.
In our second episode we welcomed back Simon Nichols from Thrive for another mental health focused discussion. Simon shares his thoughts on wellbeing and happiness with a focus on how we can all take command of our thoughts and feelings to overcome adversity. So, be sure to check out that episode if you’re still suffering from some winter blues.
We’ve got a host of equally informative episodes ahead, so here is a taster of what to expect from the rest of the series.
UKISIG Purpose & Vision
We’re looking forward to welcoming our first guest host for this episode, Gerren Mayne – who you may know from the SAPCHAT podcast. He will be interviewing Craig Dale and Paul Cooper from UKISUG to discuss the organisation’s vision for the future. Craig and Paul will be taking about the purpose of the UKISUG and our focus on Inclusion, Community and Environment.
Developing the next generation of SAP skills
Another episode coming up later this series will see us focus on the next generation of SAP talent and how we can arm them with the skills they will need. Kathryn James from the University of Portsmouth will be joining us, alongside Martin Gollogly from SAP, to discuss what is an important issue for the whole SAP community.
A focus on SAP’s Business Technology Platform
If you want to learn more about SAP’s Business Technology Platform (BTP) you should also keep an eye out for our interview with Ed East, a solutions advisor from SAP. He will be joining us later in the season to discuss the benefits of BTP and some of the lesser-known ways that customers can leverage BTP to their advantage.< Back to all news
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