Where’s the Workflow? At ASUG Annual Conference
Last year I wrote this Where’s the Workflow? At ASUG Annual Conference in response to a question on Linked In. Today I am getting ahead of it by sharing sessions from the session catalog, 1 day after the session catalog went live.
You can go to this link to see the list of sessions in the Workflow track. You can also take a look at ASUG Annual Conference Session Catalog is Live – Have A Nice Day to see how to access the session catalog.
ASUG volunteer Susan Keohan has pulled together this track for Workflow and it includes speakers who are very active on SCN, including Rick Bakker and brother Paul Bakker
See listing below:
|809||Workflow Classics – Part II|
|902||SAP Workflow as ABAP++|
|904||City of Phoenix: Replacing Purchasing SAP Workflow with BPM|
|905||John Deere’s Experience with Intelligent Business Operations and SAP Operational Process Intelligence, powered by SAP HANA|
|911||Workflow and BPM Open Forum|
|1412||16 Weeks to Go-Live: Capsugel Leverages its Global SAP Template for a Rapid Implementation of its Mexico Location|
Sessions include customer stories, a forum, and new stories like Operational Process Intelligence.
Don’t forget to check out the ASUG Preconference Seminars on Monday June 2nd. Check out this justification letter if you need justification to attend.
If you are an ASUG member consider registering for May 19 for an ASUG webcast on Mobile Universal Worklist with SAP Mentor Yariv Zur
See you in Orlando or online.
Wow, thanks for doing this Tammy - I am very excited to have another cast of excellent speakers, and sharing tips and tricks with ASUG attendees!
And for those of you who don't already know who the musical guest will be at ASUG Annual Conference, here's a tip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDK9QqIzhwk&feature=kp
Quite a coup to have the Bakker boys! Only wish I could join you but hoping to catch up at d-code Las Vegas.
Yes, it is quite a coup (fingers always crossed). We'll keep the lights on for you Joc, and catch up a d-code!
Just think of that great Billy Joel song:
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