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Back by popular demand, the SAP Innovation Camp in Southern California

Some of you may have read my blog on the SAP Innovation Summer Camp held in July at the SAP North America Headquarters in Newtown Square. This event was such a huge success that we’ve introduced a second installment, November 7-8, the SAP Innovation Camp, in Costa Mesa, California. 

In this two day workshop, we’ll introduce targeted strategies for promoting innovation and solving current business issues in your specific area of responsibility. Whether you’re a business owner or PMO, applications or infrastructure owner, or any other technical professional, we’ve got something for everyone. You’ll explore some of the most important technology innovations of the day and learn about preparing your organization to implement and manage them in a sustainable way. 

The SAP Innovation Camp is divided into the following seven tracks:

  • Human Capital Management (HCM) – Increasing value to the business with a globalized HCM solution
  • Infrastructure – SAP HANA and cloud-enabled computing center
  • Finance – The SAP ERP Financials on the SAP HANA platform
  • Logistics – Continuous improvement and breakthrough innovation
  • Development – User experience and mobility leveraging the multi-channel SAP platform
  • PMO –  Orchestrating application lifecycle management
  • Operations – Orchestrating operations with “Run SAP Like a Factory”

Here’s what attendees had to say after the SAP Innovation Summer Camp in July:

“The sessions were extremely informative; more detailed than a SAPPHIRE NOW session and not as technical as SAP TechEd, which was the perfect balance for me.”

“Did not know what to expect – was thinking sessions would be more selling than education. Furthest thing from that. Informative and thought-provoking. Exactly what I was looking for.”

“This was by far the best conference/mini conference I have ever been to. The development track attendance was on the smaller side, allowing us (the customers) to steer the presentations and touch on what we needed.”

This free workshop is just around the corner and space is limited, so please register today. For additional information or to register, please visit us at

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