Fall Forward and Join the #ASUG Virginia Chapter Fall Meeting
Date: October 27
Where: Altria, Richmond, Virginia
We survey ASUG members on top locations, and right after Washington DC the second location members wanted to meet is Richmond. We are grateful to our gracious hosts Altria. Altria makes attendees feel right at home, and serves some of the best ASUG chapter meeting food ever (trust me).
But it’s not just about food, it’s content right? The meeting agenda starts with a keynote “Keynote: SAP HANA Analytics – Lessons Learned in deploying an Enterprise Data Warehouse on HANA” with Rob Jerome. EPI-Use will cover How Siemens PLM went from a reactive to proactive data management organization. Clear Software will cover Intelligent and Aggressive Process Optimization with Clear Software. The final sponsor session is Your Path Beyond The ERP Megasuite to a Next-Generation IT Architecture
Fairfax Water will share “Making Fairfax Water Great by Leveraging the SAP PM & MM Integration Relationship”.
As always, thank you to our sponsors below:
Special thanks to Altria for hosting again.
Here is a summary of the agenda:
Schedule at a Glance
|7:45 a.m.||Registration & Breakfast|
|9:30 a.m.||Morning Sessions Begin|
|12:30 p.m.||Afternoon Sessions Begin|
|2:30 p.m.||Wrap-up & Giveaways|
Feedback from past attendees is this:
“Great event and very well organized. Will be planning on attending future ASUG meetings”
Attendee survey from our last chapter meeting says:
|How was your experience at the event?||Excellent||100.00%|
|Would you recommend an ASUG chapter meeting to a colleague?||Yes||100.00%|
As Wikipedia says “Richmond is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia.” Some fun facts about Richmond:
- Important village of Powhatan Confederacy
- During American Civil War, it was the capital of the Confederate States of America
- Tennis great Arthur Ashe was from Richmond
- Movie Stars Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty are from Richmond
- Richmond is only 57 miles away from the historic Jamestown settlement, America’s first permanent English colony
See you there?