Greetings from Copenhagen

by Amy Thistle

June 24, 2010

That’s right, you heard me correctly!  I am in Copenhagen, Denmark at the SAP ERP Upgrade & Enhancement Packages Seminar. Day 2 is half way over and there is a lot of learning going on!

About half of our audience has upgraded to SAP ERP 6.0 already and is desperate for information on Enhancement Packages 4 and 5. The other half are either in the budgeting, planning, or initial stages of their SAP ERP upgrade.

Whether attendees are interested in enhancement packages or upgrades their questions and challenges are very similar. They are uncertain if they are going down the right path and curious to find out what they don’t know about their project, that they need to know, before making a big mistake. They are also asking questions like, what service pack do I need to be on, how much testing is required, and how much involvement from the business is necessary?  These questions and MANY more are being asked and answered here at the SAP ERP Upgrade & Enhancement Packages Seminar.

We are just about half way through the first session on SAP Solution Manager and its role during an upgrade or enhancement package project and I can already see many attendees' questions have been answered about the necessity and benefits of utilizing SAP Solution Manager. Good thing we have another session tomorrow focused around monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting your newly upgraded environment with SAP Solution Manager!

On another note, I would be remiss not to mention the amazing US World Cup victory yesterday over Algeria! Everyone here has been talking about it and the attendees were all very happy for the Ame ricans in the group. It’s been fun to experience the World Cup in Europe - It’s almost like the Super Bowl, but every day of the week! Tonight Denmark plays Japan!  A HUGE screen has been set up in the city center for everyone to gather around and watch the game together. I imagine that is an experience I should not miss!

Well, the session is about to break.  That’s all for now from Copenhagen!

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