Are you a staff member or volunteer at a nonprofit organization near Anaheim, California? Would you like to better understand your organization, engage volunteers, optimize fund raising campaigns, assess community impact and effectively report results to its stakeholders? If so, this amazing opportunity is for
The ASUG SAP BusinessObjects User Conference in Anaheim, CA (September 9-13) offers educational content and networking opportunities for rofessionals using SAP Analytics solutions. Attendees from across North America will have access to content and tools that will help them provide the insight and hands-on product experiences needed to capitalize on their investment in SAP BusinessObjects. The conference on its own is an outstanding learning opportunity for any nonprofit wishing to better understand its data.
An even better opportunity is for one lucky nonprofit organization to be the focus of the 2013 Developer Wars. The Developers War is a preconference competition taking place the weekend prior to the conference, where teams of SAP analytics product experts representing SAP customers, partners and employees come together to solve a nonprofit’s business problem.
Your organization provides data and the business problem, and agrees to share both at the kick-off of the competition. Teams will then compete to develop their best solution for you. Your organization will receive a free license of one of SAP’s Analytics products offered through TechSoup, direct hands on support from SAP technical staff who will work with you to identify your key business challenges and you’ll leave the event with a working dashboard or data
visualization solution! In addition, teams will present their solutions on stage at the conference which provides an amazing opportunity to showcase your organization and the value you provide in the Anaheim community.
To learn more about SAP’s technology donations program, the analytics software available to all nonprofits and the education we provide to enable nonprofit staff, checkout my latest blog.
If you are ready to participate please email Bijan@techsoupglobal.org!