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HANA, HANA, HANA – Did someone say SAP HANA? Here are some ASUG Conference sessions to look out for.

There’s lots of buzz these days about in-memory technology. And at SAP there’s literally not a single day that goes by that I don’t hear HANA mentioned at least 50-100 times. Many are saying the future is now. Things that were once thought of as impossible are now possible with in-memory computing. So what is SAP HANA and more importantly, why is this so critical for businesses?

The program management and maintenance strategies (PMMS) SIG is striving to help ASUG members better understand this. ASUG members can leverage this community workspace to access the wealth of resources available around this topic area.

And if you’re heading to the ASUG Conference here are some sessions that are worth checking out:

Make Your SAP ERP System Technically Ready for SAP HANA – session code 1312

Understanding the Business Value to Move Your SAP ERP to SAP HANA – session code 1506

Agile Deployment with ASAP 8, Harness the Power of Prescriptive Methodology and RDS in Your SAP Deployments – session code 1403

Add these sessions to your agenda here

Pre-conference sessions:

SAP HANA 101: Answering the why, what and how for SAP HANA, SAP Suite on HANA and SAP HANA Analytics Foundation.

SAP 360 Customer and CRM on HANA – SAP Program Management Options and Accelerators for Customer 360 –  Jump start adoption of innovation and new capabilities for your CRM landscape.

Register here

And if you’re looking for someone to connect with on these topics, look-up John Choate:


He is the SIG community chair (since 2005), a real world SAP practitioner, SAP Solutions Architect at T-Systems and part of Big Data/HANA Council. He is the SIG host for these conference sessions.

And one more note on the SAP HANA 101 pre-conference session…it’s followed by a HANA happy hour for session attendees 🙂 Cheers!

If you tweet, follow me at the conference @ginadest

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