Join us at SAPPHIRE NOW Australia and New Zealand
With 8 dedicated content tracks running across 4 days, the event will see a blend of the best of global and local speakers assembled to guide, inspire, and help reinvent how you run your business.
Get the latest insights on business technology and future trends, plus stay ahead of the curve with SAP’s roadmap, strategy, and innovation. Attendees will also have the opportunity to interact with industry experts and peers alike, as they share transformational stories through the live-studio broadcast and track breakout sessions.
Featured Content Tracks include:
Business leaders from across Australia & New Zealand joining the program include;
- Amanda Green, Head of Digital, Laminex
- Andrea Scown, Chief Executive Officer, Mitre 10
- Annette Young, Head of People & Culture, The Smith Family
- Brendan Tanner, Chief Financial Officer, McGrathNichol
- Chris Costley, Director Customer & Operations DT, IDP Education
- David Earls, Executive General Manager Enterprise Service, IAG
- George Bearzot, Supply Chain Director, Lion
- Giles Curtin, Chief Procurement Officer, TAFE NSW
- Tammy Ryder, General Manager, People and Culture – Central, Coles
- Tiernan O'Rourke, Chief Financial Officer, Stockland
- And many more. Explore ANZ program here.
This is a great opportunity to connect with SAP executives, product experts, industry and line-of-business experts, partners, customers, and peers to get your questions answered.
Access the full session agenda here to learn more and start your own SAPPHIRE NOW journet today.
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SAPPHIRE NOW focus around these four top-of-mind themes:
Firstly, digitising key business processes is more important than ever, as the disruption the pandemic has caused across organisations and supply chains means we need to build in a new resilience to our organisational strategy to future proof business as much as is possible. Digitising end-to-end business processes will allow companies to quickly adapt to any crisis. You will hear how RISE with SAP takes mission critical processes and makes them digital in the cloud. When society reopens, businesses will shift gear from survive to thrive, so now is time to digitise to create this new resiliency and agility to ensure more profitable, sustainable businesses.
Secondly, no business does business alone
,. The pandemic made clear just how connected organisations are – and how essential it is to have an adaptable supply chain. Organisations turned to resiliency of business networks to cope with demand and supply volatility. The best run companies have always had collaboration at the heart of their business strategy and are now scaling by using business networks to leverage the power of other organisations across industries and business functions.
Thirdly, Sustainability remains a business imperative and an increasing number – if not all – of SAP customers are looking to embed sustainability into their mainstream businesses. This is driven by a desire to reduce waste across supply chains and enter a circular economy. For companies it is no longer simply about meeting compliance requirements or finding new efficiencies, they are completely changing their business to cement sustainability at the heart – by creating new business models.
During the recent SAP Sustainability Summit they launched research findings that showed 80% of companies see a positive relationship between their company’s long-term profitability and environmental sustainability.
Finally , people make the difference. People sit at the heart of any organisation and the organisations who fared best focused on their people. Internal employee networks are the heartbeat of every company and in today’s virtual world organisations need to enrich their employee network in new ways, regardless of location. By empowering your workforce, you will be able to bring the best to your customers.
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