You are invited to submit a proposal to share your experience and expertise with your colleagues to speak at SAP d-code to be held October 20-24 in Las Vegas. Others will benefit from your experience while you make a valuable contribution to the SAP community’s field of knowledge. I’ve already received some questions based on Sharing is Caring – Submit your ASUG d-code (former SAP TechEd) Proposal so I am sharing more information and how to submit below.
ASUG SAP d-code Proposal Submission Steps
Be sure to submit your session proposal at http://bit.ly/1gNvRtB
Select SAP d-code 2014
Welcome page, please read all instructions
Sample abstracts are listed here
Be sure to accept the Speaking Guidelines
Be sure your abstract ties to a track story.
Please read the information above – there is only one speaker for ASUG sessions at d-code, unlike ASUG Annual Conference.
Complimentary registration is a benefit of being selected.
Please review key dates below from the SAP submission site.
Questions received so far:
Q: Which track does data migration, EIM, archiving, ILM topics fall?
A: Depending on nature of abstract, it would go to Data Management and Modeling. See Track Stories
Q: Can you explain more about the tying the track stories?
A: See Track Stories. You are asked to tie your abstract to a track story, or “track story” justification.
Recap of how to submit:
View the education tracks planned this year. If selected, you will receive a complimentary registration for the conference and it will give you valuable professional exposure.
Follow this link to create a speaker account where you can formally submit your proposal, review important deadlines, and other general information about SAP d-code.
The deadline to submit your abstract is May 25. If you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by SAP Photographer from SAP TechEd 2013
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