International SAP Conference on Asset Management
Of all the changes confronting asset-intensive organizations, perhaps none have the potential to be more transformational than the rise of digital technologies. Innovative solutions allow organizations to get detailed information about their assets to improve lifecycles and availabilities. Applications from SAP can help collecting and analyzing data to calculate probabilities of breakdowns and make decisions for predictive maintenance works.
SAP and T.A. Cook are delighted to announce the International SAP Conference on Asset Management takes place on November 3-4, 2016 The Hague, Netherlands. SAP customers will show how they are achieving operational excellence, enhancing quality and compliance, and ultimately maximizing return on assets. This event is a great opportunity to learn how SAP® solutions are driving superior asset performance management, allowing organizations to connect, collaborate, predict, and simulate.
The theme of the event is Digital Transformation in Asset Management – Connect, Collaborate, Predict and Simulate. The agenda is designed to spotlight business-focused customer case studies, complimented by strategic solution and road map updates from the SAP solution management. A diverse range of SAP customers, such as Trenitalia, Dong Energy, German Railways (DB Systel GmbH), and Royal Dutch Shell to name but a few will share their experiences and lessons learned of implementing the SAP applications. All will be delivered in an environment built for interaction, with deep-dive workshops, a networking evening event, live demos, and informative microforums.
As part of the International SAP Conferences on Extended Supply Chain, this year’s event is co-located with five other industry events covering SAP's entire Extended Supply Chain solution portfolio where all will come together – six events under one roof! Specifically, this event will host in one location SAP conferences covering environment health & safety management, manufacturing, portfolio and project management, product lifecycle management, and supply chain management. Attendees will have the enviable advantage of being able to move freely among all six events at one location.
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