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For the fifth year in a row, the ASUG Virginia Chapter held its chapter meeting at Fairfax Water on April 8th.  Keith Seckman is now the ASUG Virginia Chapter Chair, replacing long-time ASUG Virginia Chapter volunteer Lauren Smith.

The ASUG Virginia Chapter wants to thank the attendees for coming, the speakers for presenting, and Chapter meeting sponsors Clear Software, Intellicorp, Kern, and IBC.

Lastly, ASUG thanks Fairfax Water for hosting at their facility.

SAP kicked off the day with an S/4 HANA implementation options and considerations presentation.  It was a broad overview but detailed enough so attendees knew where to go to ask questions.  Speaking with some of the attendees afterwards, it was their first exposure to S/4 HANA.

Then we heard from Clear Software about their application.  At lunch time, a short tour of the water plant was given by Fairfax Water.  Customer stories were given by Fairfax Water about Top 10 Ways to Squeeze Value out of EAM.

What’s Next for The Chapter?

Following up on the Chapter survey results Announcing ASUG Virginia Chapter 2015 Survey Results the chapter will next meet October 28th in Richmond, Virginia, hosted by Altria.  Save the date – October 28

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Meeting in Pictures:

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ASUG swag included selfie sticks, power packs, speakers, and ASUG bags.

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Fairfax Water bottle give-aways

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IntelliCorp sponsor table

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S4/HANA implementations and options presentation

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S4/HANA presentation, another view

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Clear Software sponsor table; attendees liked their presentation

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IBC sponsor table

Thank you again to our sponsors.  An ASUG Chapter volunteer needs to look at meeting locations, booking locations, finding speakers and sponsors, and ensuring that the chapter has funds to cover the chapter meeting.  So if you attend a chapter meeting, thank a chapter volunteer for their time and effort.

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