By now it’s likely you’ve heard of the Americas’ SAP
Users’ Group (ASUG) Annual Conference & Vendor Fair, which is
the largest user-run event of its kind. This is the year you’ll
want to experience it. The ASUG Conference will take place May
18-21 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
ASUG ranks as the largest independent
organization of SAP customers, companies, and SAP Partners in the world.
Attending the 2003 ASUG Annual Conference & Vendor Fair provides 24
hours of education, interactive exchange with peers from companies who’ve
been where you’re headed, and easy ways to tell SAP what you think.
Experienced peers, SAP product managers, SAP Partners, and other industry
experts will deliver more than 400 technical and business sessions organized
around seven ASUG business process areas, industry-focused offerings,
and professional development. Sessions address a broad spectrum of topics
to match the needs of attendees from varying backgrounds, experience levels,
and industries. Check out the content topics today at www.asug.com.
Attendees can also design their personalized conference agenda by accessing
real-time session information at www.asug.com/asug2003/sessions/edsess.cfm.
A peer who has been in your shoes is often the best resource for qualified
information. Recognizing this, the 2003 ASUG Annual Conference offers
plenty of facilitated and informal opportunities to interact with hundreds
of SAP professionals who work within your industry, on the same SAP release,
in a position like yours. Whether you are a project manager, implementation
team member, IT or business executive, or a key player on a support team,
others just like you will be among the expected 6,500 SAP professionals
in attendance at this year’s conference. The event will feature
nearly 20 hours of unopposed time to learn from others’ first-hand
experiences by networking about everything from archiving best practices
to workflow/WebFlow solutions.
Because the 2003 ASUG Annual Conference attracts peak SAP employee participation,
we’ve made it easier for attendees to get their questions for SAP
answered, form connections with key SAP representatives, and ensure company
business requirements are heard by SAP developers and product managers.
Throughout the conference, attendees are able to influence specific products
in development during Influence Councils, test SAP solutions by participating
in usability testing, as well as obtain answers about any area of SAP
solutions at one-on-one meetings with SAP experts.
Gaining a comprehensive understanding of SAP partner and supplier offerings
is critical to resolving your company’s most pressing business and
technology challenges. The 2003 ASUG Vendor Fair showcases a vast selection
of SAP-related technology and solutions spanning more than 60,000 square
feet of exhibit space. As an attendee you will have the opportunity to
visit with hundreds of SAP partners as well as SAP representatives to
learn how you can integrate any of their products and services into your
current business plans.
This is only a snapshot of the 2003 ASUG
Annual Conference & Vendor Fair experience. I encourage you to visit
the conference section of www.asug.com
to learn of all that the ASUG annual conference has to offer. The conference
planning committee has worked hard to develop anything but a typical conference;
we stake our reputation on it. But don’t take our word for it —
come and experience ASUG for yourself.