The Eventful Group Previews SAP-Centric EAM Conference [Manufacturing Close - Up]
(Manufacturing Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The Eventful Group announced that hundreds of companies using SAP solutions for EAM will gather at the ninth annual SAP-Centric EAM conference to share their success stories, discuss challenges, and exchange ideas.
According to a release, through the program layout, companies will pinpoint new ways to use SAP PM to get business results. SAP- Centric EAM is taking place March 3-6 at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, CA.
"Built for the community, by the community, SAP-Centric EAM is North America's most comprehensive and on-target program focused on SAP solutions for Enterprise Asset Management," said Steve Sinkoff, managing director, Americas, The Eventful Group. "SAP EAM experts will share their experiences from hundreds of projects and SAP EAM implementations, so the community can learn about and avoid some of the challenges others have faced along the way."
SAP-Centric EAM will feature thought-provoking presentations and case studies, organized in five tracks of content: master data, planning & scheduling, analytics, reporting & history, expert advice, and transition/sustainment/evolution, ASUG-led roundtables, deep-dive workshops, and a first-timer's session. New to the program this year, the EAM Education Center will help drive and motivate the community to take advantage of new technologies and tools within the SAP ecosystem. In addition, the entire SAP EAM Solutions Team will be on-site to answer questions.
Online registration remains open through February 27.
For more information, please visit the conference website at sap- centric-eam.com.
The Eventful Group is a conference producer that is dedicated to building and galvanizing thriving communities of common interest in two specialized domains: Enterprise Technology and Enterprise Asset Management.
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