Businesses struggle to keep pace with how to retain and capture new customers. Every day passes there is a new alternative or competition for customers to try and explore. Before you know it you seem to be chasing your tail to keep market share or thrive in the area that you once dominated.
Public confidence, adoption and the ability to hear their voice are also an area that can be managed more effectively thereby addressing priorities and concerns sooner with the additional intelligence that you are armed with.
SAP Card Management is not just about being able to manage the full lifecycle (or part thereof) of payment cards such as credit, debit and the like. Businesses and public sector can use it as an additional tool to profile card members and understand user behaviour allowing a more informed go-to-market strategy. This solution applies to SAP and non-SAP ERP users.
To learn more about the benefits of SAP Card Management and what it means to the business or government organisation you are responsible for, please come to our upcoming event that will be held in the following locations:
Hendrik Rusch, Strategic Architect & Business Development FSI
Mathias Neid, Presales Expert Banking & Cards, Global PSH Lead FSI Banking
- 4 June, Tuesday – Perth (SAP Perth: Level 15, 109 St Georges Terrace, Perth)
- 6 June, Thursday – Brisbane (SAP Brisbane: Level 20, 140 Creek Street, Brisbane City)
- 7 June, Friday – Auckland (SAP Auckland: L15, 151 Queen St, Auckland)
- 10 June, Monday – Wellington (SAP Wellington: L18, 1 Willis St, Wellington) Note: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm venue as this may change.
- 11 June, Tuesday – Melbourne (SAP Melbourne: Level 15, 484 St Kilda Road, Melbourne)
- 12 June AM, Wednesday – Canberra (SAP Canberra: Equinox 4, L3, 70 Kent St, Deakin)
- 12 June PM, Wednesday – Sydney (SAP Sydney: Level 7, 168 Walker Street, North Sydney)
The event is for organisations (corporate and government), regardless of industry sector, who issue or intend to issue any type of card. It can be retail promotion, loyalty, gift, benefit, citizen, student, health, sports and recreation membership, travel schemes, credit, debit, pre-pay, “pay later” plans, supplier/vendor/distributorprograms, and many others that can be a possibility.
Target audience is in the area of: strategy, customer/digital engagement, revenue generation, marketing/sales/promotion, citizen/student/healthcare engagement, finance/credit, vendor management, IT/application management and others relevant.
Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth
12noon Registration (light lunch provided)
12.25-12.40pm Card Management – challenges, evolution
12.40-1pm SAP Card Management – application overview
1-1.30pm How it works (business processes and workflows in industry scenarios)
1.30-1.50pm Q & A
Canberra, Auckland, Wellington
8.30am Registration (breakfast provided)
9.05-9.20am Card Management – challenges, evolution
9.20-9.40am SAP Card Management – application overview
9.40-10.10am How it works (business processes and workflows in industry scenarios)
10.10-10.30am Q & A
Sydney (first three customers [representing three organisations] to register will get a bottle of Veuve each)
2.45pm Registration (wine and cheese provided)
3.05-3.20pm Card Management – challenges, evolution
3.20-3.40pm SAP Card Management – application overview
3.40-4.10pm How it works (business processes and workflows in industry scenarios)
4.10-4.30pm Q & A
For more information, please contact:
Senior Director, Business Development APJ
Innovative Business Solutions-Products
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