SAP Australian User Group chief executive Mark Baker shares some of the customer highlights coming up at the Canberra Conference.
This year’s SAUG Canberra Conference will feature a fantastic array of both customer and expert presentations focused on the unique SAP experiences and requirements of the public sector.
The agenda is broken into dedicated streams around Technology, LOB and Finance and Optimisation. The SAUG Canberra Conference, our biggest public sector event, will include sessions such as:
- Office of State Revenue QLD, Deputy Commissioner Simon McKee – one of the first public sector organisations in the world to implement machine learning technologies, sharing their experiences
- Australian Institute of Sport, talking about the application of data and analytics in the field of sporting injuries
- Important regulatory and compliance information including Taxable Payments Annual Reporting (TPAR), Cloud Security and Privacy presented by Australian Taxation Office
- Take away knowledge about how to get more from your existing SAP solutions
- The Chief Information Officer of the Department of Housing & Public Works QLD, Tim Dunn, sharing experiences during and post the Whole of Government Agreement
- Department of Home Affairs discussing their successes with SAP Fiori Apps
- Experts discussing the impact of emerging technologies in the public sector including Machine Learning, AI, Enhanced Analytics, as well as all the latest SAP solutions
- Best Selling Author on Data & Analytics, and VP & Chief Evangelist, Analytics and Leonardo, Shailendra Kumar
- Australia Post sharing their experience with CA|Automic SAP System Copy, and the value automation brings.
Plus, we’ve gathered numerous SAP experts and mentors to share their experience and vision on key topics such as digital transformation, cloud, AI and how they relate to the public sector. See the Agenda HERE.
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We look forward to seeing you in Canberra!
This post is sponsored by the SAP Australian User Group.