ASUG Sessions for TechED are now published…why you should attend TechED? As I’ve said before, you bought SAP; now it’s time to learn how to optimize it by going to TechED. The discount deadline to register is August 3rd for SAP TechEd Las Vegas, taking place October 15-19, 2012 at The Venetian | Palazzo Congress Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ASUG Pre-Conference Seminars on Monday, October 15 provide an early, closer look at SAP topics. I encourage you to consider the ASUG TechEd Pre-conference sessions, on October 15th – the link is here. ASUG has pre-conference sessions on how to architect SAP Hana, BI4 Hands-on (latest release) including ZEN/SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio, Solution Manager 7.1, Operational Process Intelligence powered by SAP Hana, and more.
Start looking at great customer-led ASUG sessions here. Additionally, ASUG has provided a justification letter for you to submit to your management, to justify why to attend TechEd – download it here.
Which ASUG sessions should you attend? Of course, I would say all of them but here are a few highlighted:
Honeywell talks about how SAP Hana and the BI4 platform helps speed up development time, including using Data Services to load non-SAP data to Hana.
The U.S. Army talks about the largest virtualization project in the U.S. Department of Defense and how it improved their ERP performance.
IDEXX implemented NetWeaver 7.30 and BPC10 and talks about the experience in this session
ASUG Volunteer Cathy Kenlin talks about her BI4 experiences as a customer.
The very popular Michelle Crapo talks ABAP in this session.
SAP Customer DuPont talks about their experiences with SAP Hana and SLT in this session
See how Coca Cola is using Mobile BI with the latest release and how they worked with the ASUG Mobile BI Influence Council to influence SAP.
The great Susan Keohan compares BPM with Workflow.
There are so many more sessions that I cannot name them all. Why should Community Members attend SAP TechEd? See this video from years ago:
“It’s not about marketing; it’s about what the product can do”. Early bird registration rates are in effect through August 3. Register today.