It is back to school season and teachers are welcoming their students into the classroom to share the lesson plans they have prepared over the summer months. While this is an exciting time for youth to expand their studies there is not the same major event for adults in September each year.
With this in mind, the SAP Mobile team has teamed up with ASUG to offer you the Take Enterprise Asset Management Where It Matters Most with Mobile – ASUG Webcast Series. This is an opportunity for you to learn how you could use mobile technology, including the latest devices and wearables, to drive innovation in your enterprise asset management and field service operations.
Register for this 4 part webcast series to understand how you could transform the way you manage your asset‐intensive business. With SAP Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) mobile apps, you can improve business processes and executions, enhance safety and compliance, and give field workers the power to collaborate in real time. Participate in this four-part webcast series on mobile EAM with SAP product experts and EAM industry leaders to learn about current offerings, customer stories, best practices, and future innovations in asset‐intensive industries.
The first session, SAP Mobile Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) – Today, Roadmap, and Future, is like a 100 level course. The first class in our pseudo semester. Here are the details about the session:
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Field workers and maintenance technicians are always on the move. They require real-time access to information about assets, inventory, and work orders in dynamic environments. Asset-intensive industry leaders are looking to mobile and other innovative technologies for process improvement and execution, enhanced safety and compliance, and real-time collaboration among operations, maintenance, logistics, services, and support.
Attend this webcast with Patrick Flaherty, SAP Mobile Field Service & EAM Expert, to learn about SAP’s current solutions, the roadmap, and the future of mobile EAM.
For more information about the series, sessions #2, 3 and 4, please read Paul Kurchina‘s blog in the SCN Space for Enterprise Asset Management (SAP EAM) and see the promotional banner below.