Value Networking Events

Value Networking Events

Value Networking Events


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Working Together to Build Our

Lean Enterprise Customer Value


Dave Strothmann

SAP Lean Enterprise Value Network


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Networking events and thought leadership assets

facilitate sharing of business knowledge

ASUG/SAP Benchmarking

Customer Benchmark Data

Includes Best Practice Adoption

Segmented by Industry/

Functional Area

Business Transformation Studies

Customer Case Studies

Adoption of Best Practice + Solution

Include Impacted Business KPI’s

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Value Networking Events

Focused on the line of business

Customers sharing with customers

Aligned to functional areas across


SAP Insights

Business Oriented Whitepapers

Derived from Benchmarking &

other customer experiences

Value Lifecycle Management

Repository of Business Best Practices

Customer Value Networks are designed to support

the Value Lifecycle

Using customer experience to build community, share innovative business

processes and reinforce the value lifecycle for our customers

�What are the future plans

to realize even further


�What was done well?

What could have been


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�How are leading


approaching technology


�What benefits and value

have they realized?




�What implementation

and rollout best practices

were leveraged?

�What was the strategy

for improving


�What was the blueprint

for success?

�What project mgmt &

governance principles

were in place?

�Who were the critical

implementation and

technology partners?

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2H 2009 - CRM CVN Event Schedule

CVN Led Regional Events

Webcast: Oki Data Americas – Service Deployment

Customer Day: General Mills

Customer Day: Securit

Customer Day: Intervoice

Customer Day: TBD

Customer Day: TBD

Customer Day: TBD

Customer Day: TBD

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Minneapolis, MN

Toronto, CA

Dallas, TX

Milwaukee, WI

Boston, MA

Chicago, IL

Atlanta, GA


July 28, 2009

Sept 10, 2009

Sept 17, 2009

Sept 24, 2009

October 8, 2009

October 15, 2009

November 5, 2009

November 12, 2009

Contact: Jeff Eberhart; jeff.eberhart@sap.com

SAP Customer Value Network for Finance

2009 Calendar



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� 23 – SRC community, BPC for Healthcare, Fin.


� 29 – BPC Upgrade to 7.0, featuring Iberiabank,

with Column 5

� TBD – GRC Webcast


� TBD – FSCM Webcast

� TBD – BPC Webcast

� 17 – PCM Webcast, sponsored by Column 5

� 9-10 – ASUG Virtual Event

� TBD – Product costing roundtable (CO-PC)


� TBD – Profitability roundtable (CO-PA)

� 18-20 – Global Business Objects User Group,


- Sunday networking event with BI CVN

- Monday executive track with BI CVN

� 26-28 – SAP Treasury conference, Chicago


� 2-3 – CFO Roundtable, New York

� TBD – BPC Webcast

� TBD – ASUG Northern California



� TBD – GRC Webcast

� IFRS with E&Y as sponsor, target Q1

Legend: Webcasts / Supported Events / Customer Events / Executive Events

ASUG Virtual Education Summit

Virtual education and content previously delivered at ASUG FALL FOCUS events.

Cutting edge technology for virtual networking and education.

Complimentary as part of ASUG membership - $99 for non-members

Approximately 150 educational sessions representing the following:

Adaptive Manufacturing

Business One

Customer Relationship Management

Enterprise Asset Management

Enterprise Performance Management

Environmental Health & Safety


ASUG Chapters to host the face-to-face component in their region post-event

Webcast recordings with live Q&A

Rob Enslin Keynote Video

~5,000 – 7,000 ‘attendees’

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Human Capital Management

Product Lifecycle Management

Public Sector

Supply Chain Management

Services and Support

Small & Medium Enterprises

Solution Manager


Advanced Manufacturing Summit

September 15-16, Chicago, IL

The key event for manufacturing and supply chain stakeholders interested in learning

about highly successful operational excellence strategies.

You will hear from large and small organizations in the consumer products, discrete, energy, life science,

mill products, hi-tech spaces (and more…)

Learn about supporting Lean and Six-Sigma initiatives

Find out how to support, extend and simplify SAP enterprise processes

Determine how to build and drive your business case

Most importantly, interact with your peers and leverage a broad array of best practices

Day 1 – The Why

SAP’s Manufacturing Strategy

Customer Stories and value driven from their deployments

Day 2 – Deep Dive - How we did what we did

from a detailed product perspective

from Business Analysis Perspective

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