Don’t Delay – Submit your ASUG TechEd Abstract Today
May 27th is the deadline to submit your ASUG abstract for SAP TechEd Las Vegas, October 21-25 in Las Vegas. Note this is for non-SAP speakers only.
The track listings are here.
I’ve already written some tips for abstracts here. Below are some frequently asked questions:
Q: Can I submit multiple abstracts?
A: Yes, multiple abstracts are welcome
Q: Will ASUG reimburse travel expenses?
A: ASUG does not reimburse travel expenses but if your abstract is selected you get to attend the SAP TechEd for free
Q: How long are the sessions?
A: Education sessions are typically 60 minutes long with 45 minutes presentation and 15 minutes question & answer
Q: Why should I present?
This is an opportunity to showcase yourself and your company and plus you will get free registration to SAP TechEd. You can be attendee and learn from other customer stories and learn from the SAP experts at their sessions.
Q: Are multiple speakers allowed?
A: No, multiple speakers are not allowed.
Q: What type of presentation focus areas are available?
A: I recommend that abstracts focus on best practices, return on investment, cost savings, lessons learned, “war stories”, case studies
Q: I submitted my abstract, what are the next steps?
ASUG and SAP will review the abstracts – if selected, you will be notified in June/July.
Q: I’m ready. Where do I submit?
Q: I am experiencing logon issues – what can I do?
Send an e-mail to email@example.com
The deadline to submit your abstract is May 27. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Hopefully your picture can be included in the Speaker reception:
Photo by SAP TechEd photographer
Quotes from past speakers:
“I was lucky enough to get a speaking spot at TechEd in Las Vegas last year. It was the first time I had been to a TechEd and it was an awesome experience. I highly recommend taking up the opportunity to share your story. I received a huge amount of support and encouragement and am so glad that I did it. It’s amazing how much you can help others by just sharing your experiences. Every experience is valuable.” – Tara Rosenzweig
“You don’t need to present on “newest stuff” to get accepted….It is also a great way for you to deepen your own personal understanding of a particular topic. Even though you may think you know a topic very well, it is amazing how building the presentations will force you to pick up every single detail as part of you research. ” – Stephen Johannes
“So Don’t Delay – Submit your Abstract Today” – Kristen Dennis