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DON'T MISS: SAP User Group Conference 2009

02 Nov 09

The annual conference, held by the New Zealand SAP User Group (NZSUG), is designed in order to provide insight into specific business issues and inform users how to get the most out of their SAP investments.

The event is expected to attract more than 90 attendees by bringing together SAP customers, industry experts, SAP professionals and services and channel partners to hear the latest industry news and share user experiences.

Recently appointed NZSUG Chairperson Nigel Bernie said: “At the conference attendees listen to and learn from the experiences of peers, as well as thought leaders and SAP experts from New Zealand and Australia. This year we have many SAP users willing to share some pretty exciting ideas about creating value in innovative ways.”

Themes for this year’s conference include SAP applications, Value Engineering, Business Intelligence and SAP BusinessObjects solutions.

This is the first NZSUG Conference to draw together the SAP and SAP BusinessObjects communities.

The conference will take place on November 11th and 12th at the Deloitte House in Auckland.

Speakers include representatives from SAP, Mighty River Power, Kordia, Vector, Holcim, Auckland Regional Council, Paragon Consulting, Neotek and Deloitte and Ciber.

For more information, visit the website.

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