Designing for the Modern Utility at the SAP for Utilities Conference
Conference Showcases Current and Future Initiatives to Support the Industry’s
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. -- July 17, 2013
The SAP for Utilities North American Conference will bring together nearly
1,000 utilities professionals to share ideas and best practices that support
the requirements of operating the modern utility. A collaboration of SAP
America, Inc., the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG), and The Eventful Group,
SAP for Utilities is a three-day event and community gathering taking place
September 15-17, 2013, in Huntington Beach, California.
“To respond to new customer demands and increased pressure on resource
management, utilities are now able to leverage innovative technologies like
analytics, mobility and cloud solutions,” said Henry Bailey, global vice
president, Utilities Industry Business Solutions, SAP. “These technologies can
help utilities achieve their objectives—but a strategic approach is key to
success. Designing for the modern utility requires clear goals and a roadmap
to achieve them. The SAP for Utilities North American Conference is unique in
the industry, and offers utilities professionals the opportunity to hear from
their colleagues and the SAP utilities community how to best apply new
innovations in technology to help transform their business results.”
The sixth annual event features first-hand knowledge on how SAP solutions have
been successfully implemented at large and small utility organizations with
six tracks of content. In addition, the program offers essential expertise
from the industry's top professionals, innovators, key SAP personnel, and ASUG
members and volunteers with keynote presentations, ASUG-led roundtables, and
interactive workshops. The exhibit floor features leading technology and
service partners, and provides a closer look at select solutions and services
with the Designing the Modern Utility Demo Theaters.
Online registration will remain open until September 13, 2013. For more
information, please visit the conference website at www.sap-for-utilities.com
or call The Eventful Group at 877-411-4675 or 914-509-5354.
The Eventful Group is a worldwide conference producer that is dedicated to
building and galvanizing thriving communities of common interest in two
specialized domains: Enterprise Technology and Enterprise Asset Management.
The company has offices in the US (New York), Australia, South Africa, and
Singapore. To learn more, please visit: www.theeventfulgroup.com.
The Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG®) is the world’s largest independent SAP
users’ group that facilitates knowledge transfer among the community of SAP
and SAP BusinessObjects customers by providing user-driven educational
opportunities, professional networking and a forum that provides insight and
influence to SAP. ASUG represents 140,000 individuals at 3,700 companies in 17
industries. ASUG also operates ASUGnews.com, the ecosystem’s independent voice
of SAP-related news, information and analysis. To learn more, please visit:
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The Eventful Group
Chelsea Gregory, 877-411-4675 or 914-509-5354
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