If you haven’t registered yet for GRC 2013, March 19-22 in Las Vegas, there’s still time! With more than 250 sessions to choose from, including workshops, case studies, demos, panel discussions, and roundtables, this is the best event of the year to attend if you’re using or evaluating SAP solutions for governance, risk, and compliance (GRC).
In this video, Michael Lortz gives you a peak at some of the planned activities
With four days and so many options, how do you get the most ‘bang for your buck’? I’d like to recommend the following sessions and opportunities.
You can view all the sessions in the conference guide, or if you’re already registered, you can find sessions via the online agenda builder. If you’re limited on time, these are the sessions I highly recommend:
- An introduction to SAP Fraud Management powered by SAP HANA with Torsten Zube and Paul Davis from SAP.
- Panel discussion: Customers share their successes and lessons learned from SAP Process Control and SAP Risk Management 10.0 implementation projects. Panelists include Ed Drenten, Southern California Edison and Janis Johnson, Allergan.
- Panel discussion: SAP Access Control customers share their successes and lessons learned. Panelists include Kyleen Wissell, The Coca-Cola Company; David Gregoire, Bio-Rad Laboratories; Kelly Bishop, W. R. Grace & Co.
- What’s on your SAP Access Control wish list? How to collaborate with customers to drive solution improvements with Sarma Adithe from SAP.
GRC Solutions Center
Do you have questions about product functionality, implementation best practices, or the product roadmap? The GRC Solution Center is your opportunity to
have them answered in one-on-one meetings with SAP’s GRC experts – including the solution management and development teams. Note: meetings are by appointment only, and fill up quickly. Visit the reservation desk early to reserve your spot. The solution center is located at level 1, room 103, and opens every morning at 8:00 a.m.
Ask-the-Experts is another great opportunity for one-on-one meetings with solution experts from SAP and our partners. Whether you’re looking for tips and tricks on technical implementation or functional design, or trying to build a business case for your next project, these experts can share the good, the bad, and the ugly based on their years of experience. The GRC Ask-the-Experts sessions are scheduled for Tuesday at 6pm, so grab a beverage of your choice in the Welcome Reception and find the Ask-the-Experts tables in the same room. These sessions run until 6:45pm.
New at GRC2012 and back by popular demand, these 30-minute interactive discussions, led by a subject-matter expert, offer an opportunity for customers with similar interests to talk informally about specific topics and is a great networking opportunity.
For more details about GRC2013, download the conference brochure – and make sure to follow the conversation on Twitter #GRC2013.
I look forward to meeting you at GRC2013.
Originally posted on the Analytics from SAP Blog