SAP User Group prepares to descend on Manchester

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by | 07 November 2012

Cloud, mobile and HANA likely to loom large

The UK & Ireland SAP User Group is holding its annual conference at Manchester Central, between 18th and 20th November 2012.

The conference and exhibition connects SAP professional and business users from across the UK and Ireland. This year the conference will focus on the latest innovations in the SAP world that can help businesses improve efficiency. Some of the topics that will be discussed during the conference include cloud, mobile and HANA.

"SAP's product offering continues to evolve, particularly in the areas of cloud and mobile, and this year's conference will provide users with the latest product information and user insight," said CEO Craig Dale. "A big theme at this year's event is how to drive added value from your SAP implementation. The conference continues to give SAP users an interactive environment to learn from each other and find new ways to maximise the value they get from SAP. This year's programme promises to be the best yet."

The conference will offer over 20 hours of networking with 500 users and 50 experts from SAP. 70 quality partners will also be in the exhibition.

There will be over 70 sessions covered on a range of topics including business transformation, HR and Business Objects.

Delegates will also have the opportunity to take part in a free 80 minute MBA that will offer the latest business insights to apply to their own organisations. SAP customers can receive discounted prices for member organisations and go to www.sapusers.org/conference/ for more information.

 

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