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Hello Analytics Enthusiasts

Next Wednesday August 2nd we will present a webinar about the Analytics Solutions Value Map to the ASUG community (Americas’ SAP Users’ Group). Via this Value Map we supply best practice materials, webinars, remote services where applicable and the chance to ask questions on our JAM page to help provide an extra level of support for Enterprise Support and PSLE customers. Learn how you can use this free resource!

https://www.asug.com/events/bi-sap-analytics-solutions-value-map-bridging-the-gap-between-support-and-consulting

Feel free to join our call to get an overview of all the different features including:

  • How to set an objective and get assistance from a Focus Advisor to help achieve that
  • How to submit a question and notify specific people or certain content
  • Our blog series and where you can find past blogs
  • Upcoming webinars and EGI sessions in the Events Calendar
  • Collaboration – sharing your experience and feedback

We will also have introductory material showing how to register and the initiative behind how these “Value Maps” came about.

This is a great way to start your journey working with us and getting the most out of your support experience.


When
August 2, 2017
12:00 – 1:00 pm EST | 9:00 – 10:00 am PST

Register using the link above.

Best Regards,
Michael Moloney.
Global Topic Owner – Analytics Solutions Value Map

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  1. Jelena Perfiljeva

    Thanks for sharing but this meeting is not open to all the “Analytics Enthusiasts”, it’s only for the ASUG members. And ASUG already provides a subscription service for the members who are interested in receiving the webcast notifications.

    I have already received 3 emails from ASUG on this. Not sure what value it adds posting yet another announcement via SCN blog. If there are any ASUG members reading this who were not informed yet from the ASUG website then they should seriously consider going there and subscribing to the notifications.

    IMHO what SAP should do instead of adding to the SCN blog pollution is to ask ASUG to add all this information to their webinar page. Right now it only has a very vague 2-sentence description. I’ll see if I can get this through to ASUG because it’s been an issue all along that you never know what you’re getting into with their webinars.

    But really, SCN is just not the best media in this case to reach your target audience.

    Thank you.

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    1. Michael Moloney Post author

      Hi Jelena,

      I read your article just now and I have to say I agree with a lot of the points, especially in the comments section. I suppose I am publishing this wherever I can to get the word out as I think there are a lot of barriers these days like DJ mentioned about authentication and so on.
      It seems to be harder to avoid spamming these days as there are so many alerts attached to everything, it probably does get infuriating! Apologies for the multiple announcements.

      *point taken about analytics enthusiasts – was more aimed to grab attention but I thought I had that covered by the title specifying ASUG.
      Also I wanted to expand here about the topic I am presenting. As you mentioned the two sentence description didnt really cover it.

      Cheers,
      Michael.

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