SuccessConnect is virtual this year! So while we’re not gathering on the strip in Las Vegas, attending standing-room only sessions, and walking the bustling show floor, we’re still planning a world-class event meant to show participants how our talent management solutions help optimize employee experience in customer organizations. Here are 5 reasons to attend our show on Oct. 6, 2020:
Hear from thought leaders. We’re excited to have SAP SuccessFactors executives, customers and HR influencers share what they’re seeing and experiencing, and discuss how they’re navigating through this time of unprecedented disruption.
Get hands-on training. Despite this being a virtual event, you’ll still be able to get great live, step-by-step instruction on how to best set-up, manage and optimize our talent management solutions, and get immediate answers to your most pressing questions.
Engage with product leaders. Our product experts will share roadmaps and vision for our talent acquisition, talent management, compensation and learning solutions. They’ll also be available to answer questions so you can better strategize how you want to approach your own HR transformation.
Connect with other customers. One of the most valuable benefits of SuccessConnect is the opportunity to meet and network with other customers. We’re offering a number of interactive sessions where you’ll be able to ask questions, offer your own experience and exchange best practices with your peers.
Viola Davis. Need I say more? Join us for what’s sure to be an inspiriting keynote as Viola Davis shares her historic career, the future of women and minorities in Hollywood and beyond, and what it takes to live and work with purpose.
You can access the full agenda here, but below are a few talent management sessions you won’t want to miss:
Roadmap for SAP SuccessFactors Talent Management
Viola Davis Keynote
Hands-On Lab: Explore the New SAP SuccessFactors Learning Management System Administration
Customer Roundtable: Upskilling and Reskilling Your Workforce to Meet the Demands of Rapidly Changing Priorities