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Hey you, yes you! I can see it your eyes, you’re itching to attend SAP TechEd 2009.  But you’re worried – in this current economic climate, how can you justify attending?  The truth is: this is the best time for you to go to SAP TechEd!

 

This is the time to strengthen your skills and broaden your tool kit in SAP technology.  In this competitive marketplace to keep your edge, you need to stay up to date on the latest technology and learn new skills that add value to your company.  The education you receive at SAP TechEd will keep you fresh with the latest developments in SAP solutions. Plus the hands-on education, gives you real skills that you can take home and immediately put to use.  So not only will you grow your brain, you’ll bring actionable skills back to work with you and increase your value to your company. 

 

So now it’s time to convince your boss that SAP TechEd is an educational opportunity not to be missed.  The educational sessions given by SAP’s top experts are published for SAP TechEd Phoenix and Vienna, so you have the ammo you need. 

 

 

We’ve got you covered! 

 

  • Need to learn how to quickly model, run and adapt business processes?
  • Want to know how to take advantage of SAP enhancement packages to create innovation?
  • Looking for ways to increase productivity through enhanced collaboration, optimized knowledge management, and enterprise-wise search?

 

Again, we’ve got you covered!

 

So, take your time and review the educational sessions for SAP TechEd Phoenix and Vienna. Pick out the sessions that most fit your need and increase your skills. Then head straight to your boss; explain what you’ll learn and how it will impact the company; and get your approval.

 

Registration is now open for SAP TechEd 2009 Phoenix and Vienna

 

Still not convinced? Check out Ben Stein’s “Don’t Blame the Business Trip” from the New York Times and Sue Keohan’s “Justify your love” blog.

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