Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas

Your Guide to #ASUG Sessions at #SAPTechEd Las Vegas

Once again, ASUG is partnering with SAP to deliver technology-based education for SAP TechEd 2018.  For the fourteenth year in a row, ASUG provides member-driven content, which includes real-world insights.

Join us to learn how to be a “best-run” business, “intelligent enterprise”.  You will gain knowledge, skills and professional network to take advantage of your SAP investment.

Registration includes access to all conference educational sessions presented by SAP top technical experts as well as practical and technical customer and community-based content.

Be sure to add an ASUG session to your agenda today.  A PDF with hyperlinks to the sessions can be found here or here

Applied Intelligence

Sharpen your skills and learn from ASUG Volunteer-selected content at the following sessions (subject to change):



Consumer-Grade Experience


Application Landscapes and 
Cloud-Native Architectures

Next-Gen Data Management


Explore SAP

Session ID Title


Integration Out of the Box


Open Platform


Security by Default


Some highlights include:

  • The Weather Channel’s use of SAP co-pilot
  • Several ASUG Influence Councils meeting so you can provide your voice to SAP
  • Real-world customer stories
  • A great session with the great Jelena Perfiljeva


See you there?

Assigned Tags

      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
      Author's profile photo Jeremy Good
      Jeremy Good

      Hi Tammy - also worth pointing out the new Learning Journeys that have been created this year for Las Vegas and Barcelona, and in the Las Vegas learning journeys there are dedicated tiles in the Expand your Skills branch that point you to ASUG pre-conference seminars and ASUG lectures:

      Example from the Cloud Native Architecture (CNA7) learning journey:

      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Thanks for a shout-out, Tammy! Quite a few interesting ABAP sessions this year (surprisingly!) and suddenly ABAP became "cloud native". 🙂