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Author's profile photo PVSB Prasad K

SAP Inside Track Bengaluru 4th March 2023- My experience as a Speaker

I would like to begin by expressing my heartfelt appreciation for SAP Inside Track Bengaluru. #SITBLR marked my inaugural in-person Inside Track encounter. Up until then, I had been delivering SIT sessions online, collaborating with the fantastic SAP Community Champions. However, the experience of attending an IT event in person was truly transformative for me. It made me feel more engaged, connected, and concentrated. SAP Inside Track Bengaluru was undeniably a game-changing event for me, and I am already urging my colleagues to partake in their local SIT Events.


Now, I’d like to share my experiences from SAP Inside Track Bengaluru. Stepping into the SAP LABS Bengaluru office was an incredible sight, as I witnessed many colleagues showing keen interest in the SIT event happening over the weekend. It felt like a miniature version of SAP TechEd right there.

Since my session was scheduled for the afternoon, I had plenty of time to explore other sessions. These sessions turned out to be truly exceptional and filled with valuable information. Meeting colleagues whom I had previously interacted with only virtually through activities like Hackathons, SAP Community, and various online events was a real pleasure. I was particularly delighted to reconnect with Ruthvik Chowdary, who happens to be one of the SAP Champions. We had previously collaborated during the SAP Intelligent RPA Online Track events in 2020 and 2021.

My visit to the App house was another highlight of the event. I was truly impressed by the enthusiasm of the participants who were eager to acquire knowledge about SAP Build. It was inspiring to see them showcasing simple apps they had created and automating various business processes.

After a satisfying lunch, I was all set for my session, which focused on End to End Service for manufacturing for b2B intelligent Service Cloud (Version V2)

One of the sessions which caught my eye was  Writing an SAP Book: Why and How?  by  Mahesh Palavalliand Krishna Kishor KammajeThis session was a great insight for aspiring SAP Authors like me who have the thirst to contribute to SAP Press Book. Thanks for the session.

The event was concluded with certificate distribution and I carried wonderful memories .

Special thanks to Mahesh Palavalli, Ajit Kumar Panda  and the entire team organizing this wonderful event.

Looking forward to the next SIT event!

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      Author's profile photo Mahesh Palavalli
      Mahesh Palavalli

      Thank you Pvsb prasad k for sharing your knowledge with the community and for this great recap 🙂

      Author's profile photo Svea Becker
      Svea Becker

      Ah, you were also a speaker Pvsb prasad k ! I just commented on your post from the attendee perspective 😉
      However, it's also fantastic seeing you enjoying the event from both angles. Being an attendee is one thing, but speaking and presenting from your experience is also great and that's what makes these events so special.

      So thanks again for sharing this summary and big kudos to you! I hope you are going to continue your contributions in SAP Community.