UK & Ireland SAP User Group Announces 2015 Annual Conference

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The UK & Ireland SAP User Group, an independent voice that represents the SAP user community, is holding its annual conference at the ICC Birmingham, between 22rd and 24th November 2015.

The conference and exhibition brings together hundreds of SAP professionals and business users from across the UK & Ireland to share their experiences and best practice. The theme of the conference this year is "Spectrum Connected", and will focus on building and maintaining SAP investments for the future.

This year's conference begins on Sunday 22nd November and boasts a full programme of interactive workshops, where delegates have the chance to exchange experiences and pose questions to SAP and industry experts on a variety of IT topics. This will be followed by a networking reception, with further opportunities for delegates to meet with exhibitors and their industry peers. Delegates will also hear keynote speeches from Philip Adams, chairman of the UK & Ireland SAP User Group; Cormac Watters, SAP UK & Ireland's managing director; Sven Denecken, Global VP Co-innovation and Strategy S/4HANA; and Ray Wang, Principal Analyst and Founder & Chairman of Constellation Research.

Over 100 breakout sessions will also be on offer, covering areas such as S/4 HANA, Big Data, Data Visualisation and Digital Transformation. Additionally, the conference will benefit from the Audit, Control and Security/ Risk Management stream, which will share useful tips and best practice for protecting your SAP system.

"This User Conference remains the event for SAP users to connect with SAP, as well as its partners and customers. From gaining insight into the latest products, such as S/4HANA, to discussing the impact of digital transformation, delegates have an unparalleled opportunity to learn and network with their peers. This year's conference shouldn't be missed!" commented Craig Dale, chief executive, UK & Ireland SAP User Group.

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