Thursday, 07 November 2019 16:02

Over 16 hours of networking with your SAP user peers across 3 days…

Written by https://blogs.sap.com/2019/11/08/over-16-hours-of-networking-with-your-sap-user-peers-across-3-days.../
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We know it’s a time consuming and laborious process searching for new partners to help you on your SAP journey. How about 80 suppliers all in one place for you to engage with?

You can find the one to deliver what you want, when you want and for the budget you have.

A new feature for this year, UKISUG Networking Tables will facilitate a group of individuals with similar interests to discuss current, specific and relevant SAP related issues or industries. An excellent, structured opportunity to share thoughts and learn from like-minded delegates!

As usual, there will be numerous refreshment breaks throughout the weekend for you to both relax and chat with your peers. Our new On Device Recharge Hub allows you to charge your electricals in a social environment. Who knows… a 5 minute interaction could lead to a brand new business relationship!

Join us on Monday evening for the ultimate social and networking event for UKI SAP Users – the infamous SUGFest! Continue the conversation with your new and renewed contacts in a more informal environment. All of this with the added bonus of some amazing live music, enjoying the various live acts and sampling our street food and cocktails.

‘The networking aspect of the conference, for us, is a fundamental reason for attending. You can hear about real world SAP experiences from the organisations that use the software. It is the reality of your SAP systems, without the SAP hype. That is why the independence of the User Group is so great. Networking with other users allows you to get into the decision points and drivers of different SAP teams, ‘why’ they did something. You can then go into the Exhibition Hall and speak with the SAP partners they used to implement changes – which delves into the sense under the process. It is so helpful to have all of that in one place. We made a core list of things we wanted to discuss, which was continuously added to and followed up afterward. Having spoken with peers, ideas we weren’t initially thinking about came to light and we considered those too. We made so many new contacts and renewed old ones.’ –Andrew Robinson, IT Solution Delivery Director, Venator Materials

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