NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA--(Marketwired - October 05, 2016) - SAP SE has signed as lead sponsor of the SAPinsight conference, Nov. 10 -11, the only conference and community for "business Super Users" of SAP software solutions. The conference will take place at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, and will be co-located with the Americas' SAP Users' Group (ASUG) Texas Statewide Chapters meeting on Nov. 11. These combined events will include parallel tracks of content that address a wide range of topics and roles in the SAP ecosystem.
The SAPinsight conference is designed for "Super Users" within companies running SAP who typically play a leadership role to ensure that their colleagues receive optimal value from SAP business applications. These functional leaders support their teams in day-to-day operations, sharing best practice knowledge, and supporting successful deployment, adoption and return on investment in business technology.
"We recognize the significant role that user communities and peer-to-peer networking play in successful SAP deployments," said Henner Schliebs, vice president, title. "The SAPinsight Conference and Super User Community is unique in its approach to creating networking and educational opportunities for the many individuals spearheading innovation of digital technologies at thousands of SAP customer companies."
Highlights of the SAPinsight conference include:
The conference also will present Super User Community of Excellence Awards in three categories:
- Large Community: 500+ members, active executive sponsor, assigned leader, cadence and sustainable performance.
- Small2Medium Community: <= 500 members, active executive sponsor, assigned leader, cadence and sustainable performance.
- New&Emerging Community: < 1-2 years since kickoff, missing either an active or assigned executive sponsor and assigned leader, working on a cadence and sustainable performance standards.
For more information or to register to attend, please see https://www.sapinsight.com/2016-conference
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