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Less than 3 months to go – SAP Industry Conferences in The Hague

Dear members of the ENR partner ecosystem,

With the support of T.A. Cook, we are in full swing to prepare the “International SAP Conference for Utilities” co-located with the “International SAP Conference for Oil & Gas” in The Hague, on 11-14 April 2016.

This week we will launch the event brochures and thus wanted to again invite as many of our dedicated and highly committed industry partners to support this event as a sponsor and participant.

Agenda and Conference set-up

At these conferences we will discuss the latest industry trends, explore new perspectives, and find out how utility and energy companies are innovating and transforming their organizations to succeed in today’s pressurized and constantly changing environment.

This interactive event will include business focused and strategic keynotes from industry experts and SAP executives, as well as insightful global customer case studies, SAP solution overviews, and pre-conference workshops.

We expect between 800 and 1000 people to attend these events. The target audience is focused on the utilities and oil and gas industries. We expect the event to attract the following participant profile:

• CIOs/IT directors and managers

• SAP architects/designers/team leaders

• Business managers

Plus, managers, directors and respective department heads both IT, business and operations.

Sponsorship Opportunities

While the exhibition floor is filling up already, we still have some sponsoring opportunities available to position you as a premier SAP partner in the utilities and/or oil&gas industries.

More information about the sponsorship packages still available can be found online

or through our colleagues at T.A. Cook Sonja (Utilities) and Lyndsey (Oil and Gas) directly.

We are looking forward to seeing many of our mutual partners at the event.

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