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You can’t wait for SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference to begin? You used the agenda builder to make sure that you don’t miss any of the keynote presentations and other exciting sessions – maybe even some of the support sessions that I recommended in my previous blog Copy/Paste Welcome: My Top 5 Support Sessions at SAPPHIRE NOW? Good start! But what’s missing!?

Part of this huge get-together of course also is to talk to SAP experts and other clients on hot topics and the latest innovations. So joining the conversations is important. If you’re looking for SAP support related information please make sure to visit our booth, the SAP Active Global Support Center. Amongst other things we have six expert tables available where you can deep dive into support specific topics such as SAP Solution Manager or the new SAP control center approach.

Fair enough but you’re still missing the icing on the cake!? Then we can also offer that you directly “feel” our support services. A demo theatre is part of our SAP Active Global Support Center where you can choose from 32 demo sessions! These demo sessions will allow you to experience how we help customers execute on their innovation strategy. Here’s an overview of all 32 sessions:

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So what are you waiting for? Just add some of these demo sessions to your schedule!

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Benjamin Wilk is part of SAP’s global Maintenance Go-To-Market organization and acts as social media ambassador for SAP Support.

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  1. Jason Cao

    Good advice Benjamin!

    I love demos! I also know that most of our experts are asked to keep their demos short, so there’s actually a lot more they could show. If you’re at SAPPHIRE NOW, don’t be shy to ask questions, especially to see a demonstration of some feature or application you’re interested in.

    Cheers,
    Jason

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