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Are you going to the upcoming conference in Las Vegas?  The agenda builder is crammed with  offerings, and this year’s conference offers a few new session types, so if you are uncertain where to begin, consider a few that are targeted toward system administrators…

Pre and post-conference trainings – these full and half-day sessions are a great opportunity to get hands on training in your products with an instructor right by your side.

Hands-on Labs – much shorter than the official trainings, these breakout sessions allow you to experience SAP solutions in action, executing basic tasks through short sets of instructions.  We are offering one specific to the customer community (session #67020) for those of you who are newer to the site or who would like to be more comfortable with it.

Panels – Most of the traditional breakout sessions at this year’s event are product-specific but Breakout Session 65492 “If I’d only known sooner: Reflections from system administrators” will bring together a panel of experienced administrators to share and take questions about their experiences with implementation, governance, release management, strategic support and overall system administration.

Master Classes – for the admin who knows their solution quite well, these deep-dive product discussions will give you face time with solution experts from SAP SuccessFactors and other highly knowledgeable customers.  Transforming the role of the system administrator is a non-product specific master class to help you consider how SuccessFactors system administrators can support and influence their companies’ HR strategies.

Additional session types include Meet-ups: quick, topic-based networking sessions; Snapshots: 15-minute executive overviews, and Demo Theater Sessions: 15-minute solution demonstrations.

Plus, our Services team will be on hand for product specific Meet the Expert sessions.  Don’t miss the chance to sign up for 1 on 1 help with specific product questions.

We hope to see some of you there!

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