ANNOUNCING SPECIAL INTEREST ACTIVITIES FOR PORTFOLIO & PROJECT MANAGEMENT
SAP would like to invite you to their 8th International SAP Utilities Conference 2011 — This Conference will take place from the 12-14th April 2011 in Mannheim, Germany. This is the foremost gathering of professionals worldwide from the utilities and waste management industries. You will be able to network with over 1,200 customers, partners, executives and SAP experts from all over the world. Please join us to participate in discussions on the current challenges the industries are facing and how to transform them into new business opportunities.
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According to the International Energy Agency, Utilities will invest $13.5 trillion in energy infrastructure through 2030. Smart grid challenges are just one of many drivers for this huge investment, which in turn is elevating project and portfolio management processes to mission critical on an enterprise level.
In response to this demand we have added 3 special interest activities to this year’s conference program. Hear from your peers and SAP experts about how to position your organization to take maximum advantage of this industry trend:
- ESB – Ireland’s leading Distribution Asset Operator and Transmission Owner – implemented SAP Portfolio and Project Management for Integrated Work Management. Kevin O’Connor from ESB will share how this Enterprise Solution helps Investment and Asset-Managers to effectively manage thousand of projects.
- The SAP offering for project and portfolio management has received major extensions in 2010. In a discussion round we’ll explore how SAP Portfolio and Project Management can automate critical parts of the project lifecycle. Join us to discuss lessons learned with industry peers and sap experts.
- The end-to-end process of planning, building and commissioning assets will be covered during a 2 hour deep dive session on day 2 of the conference. Best practices will be shared; including how to use SAP Portfolio and Project Management to create long term investment plans, build and execute programs and projects and monitor execution. Special focus will be on the integration aspects between SAP Portfolio and Project Management, Project System, Investment Management and Oracle’s Primavera P6 Project Management application.
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