SAUG Melbourne Conference 2019

SAUG Melbourne Conference 2019

Victoria Police, Coles, Medibank and more will speak about their SAP experiences at the SAUG Melbourne Conference.

21 November 2019 | Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Complimentary* for SAUG Members

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Head to the SAP Australian User Group Melbourne Conference on Thursday 21st November for a full day of networking and learning from peers and SAP experts. With dedicated content streams for digital transformation, line of business and optimisation, the agenda will feature:

  • Customer speakers from leading local organisations including; Australia Post, Medibank, Village Roadshow, Victoria Police, AGL, and Bureau of Meteorology, and more sharing their experiences on Transformation initiatives
  • Experts discussing the impact of intelligent technologies including machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotic process automation, financial transformation, and SAP S/4HANA
  • Practical take away knowledge and outstanding networking opportunities to help you make the most of your SAP investment
  • Customer Discussion Panel – gain firsthand, unbiased insights and advice from leading organisations such as Coles and IDP Education; along with a reflection on their challenges, how to thrive in the face of change, transformation and disruption.

Two in-depth Keynote presentations:

Patrick Elliott, Vice President, Head of Platform & Technology, SAP Australia and New Zealand. 

Patrick will discuss leading concepts and technologies of the intelligent enterprise including key end-to-end business processes infused with intelligence. Using customer examples, Patrick will advise how SAP is evolving the digital platform into a business technology platform, ensuring out-of-the-box integration, modularity, ease of extension, and consistent experience across business processes in an intelligent enterprise.

Pranay Lodhiya, Chief Financial Officer at BOM

will share their experiences of a big transformation project aimed at increasing efficiencies across the Bureau. As Australia’s national weather, climate and water agency, used by many government agencies and the general public, this has been a monumental objective. Pranay will give insights into the transformation strategy and guiding principles, staff engagement with a geographically dispersed and diverse workforce, the development of processes and procedures, training and support for users, lessons learned, what worked well, and what they would do differently.

This event is open to SAUG Members only. SAUG member organisations are eligible for several complimentary registrations (*the number is dependent on SAUG membership type). Take advantage of this member benefit by securing your place today.

Not a SAUG member yet? Contact George Papadopoulos, SAUG Membership Manager or visit saug.com.au for more information on membership packages.

We hope to see you in Melbourne! 

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