Counting down to the User Conference

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  • The theme of the 2014 Conference is: The Formula for Success. Here we will be focusing on how organisations can optimise their SAP investments, including cloud, mobile and SAP HANA. As part of this, we are introducinga new optimising SAP stream which will share valuable tips, tricks and best practices on extracting more value from systems currently in use.

    As SAP implementations across all industries are evolving and becoming more complex, it is critical for organisations to be equipped with both the tools and knowledge to ensure they are getting the most out of their SAP investments.

  • Keynote speakers have been confirmed, and we are delighted that we will be hearing from Andreas Hauser, SAPs global head of design and innovation, Dirk Boessman, SVP of mobile development, Stefan Sigg, SVP of HANA and Sven Denecken, VP of cloud solutions strategy. These keynotes will give delegates the opportunity to hear first-hand about product development and strategy in these key areas. Of course, you will also be hearing from User Group Chairman Philip Adams.
  • There will also be in excess of 100 breakout sessions on offer, covering areas including analytics, Big Data and mobile user experience. There will also be a full programme of interactive workshops, where delegates will be able to exchange experiences and pose questions to SAP and industry experts on a variety of IT topics.
  • If you still need more convincing about the benefits of attending this years User Group conference, this is what Debra Widdicombe from Thomson Reuters had to say about last years event: I managed to gather all of the information that I was asked to by my SAP team members and managers. After the UK & I SAP User Group Conference, Ive planned some follow up demos and other meetings, which were really helpful to our company.

    We will be providing more conference updates over the coming months. In the meantime, if you are interested in attending or exhibiting do get in touch!

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