Workflow Approval Anywhere, Anytime – Meet the Speaker Graham Robinson – ASUG SAP TechEd session
To follow up from our ASUG Annual Conference Meet the Speaker series, we want to feature a few of the speakers presenting at ASUG sessions at SAP TechEd Las Vegas.
First up is SAP Mentor Graham Robinson, who is presenting on Workflow Approval Anytime, Anywhere.
Q: Please tell us about your session:
A: My session is POP108 and in it I will present a solution I developed for workflow approval. The session is called “Workflow Approval – Anywhere, Anytime” because I will show support for all devices and all SAP releases. I will cover the original business case, the payback and how deployment can be done in days not weeks or months. And you can expect to see real live demos of the solution too.
Q: Please tell us about yourself:
I am very interested in Antarctica and all things related to the frozen continent – especially what is known as the “Heroic Age” of Antarctic exploration and the stories of men like Amundsen, Mawson, Scott and Shackleton. I have managed to visit Antarctica a couple of times – but would love to do so again and again and again…
Photo provided by Graham Robinson
Top left photo by Martin Gillet
Meet Graham at SAP TechEd Las Vegas and add his session to your agenda today.
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Graham is also giving a Panaya Webinar on September 3rd titled “Staying Current with SAP: How, Why & What NOT to Do“
Its very nice to know closely about Graham. Thanks Tammy.
My passion and dream is to work as a independent SAP consultant,Graham is the first consultant in my life following path whatever i imagined in my career.
Hope Its motivates me a lot to go deep further in my dreams.. 🙂
I feel as though Graham Robinson is subconsciously mimicking the penguins' stance. Or maybe it's just the photo.
Thanks for writing about this, Tammy!
Thanks for this post Tammy - saves me having to pimp me session.
Now I just hope someone turns up. 😉
Thanks - total embarrassment avoided. 🙂
That sounds like a very interesting session. I would certainly attend if I was there.
As for the photo - am I correct in guessing the scarf is more for protection against the smell than the cold?
Smell not too bad on a nice open beach with plenty of space between creatures. Not so great in middle of penguin colony though - a bit noisy as well. 😐
Great news! Due to overwhelming demand - or at least a gap in the agenda - this session will now be repeated. Woo Hoo!
Thank you for your support 🙂