SAUG Webinar: Automated SAP Carve-outs in 4 Months

There is a lot of change happening right now. But change is not necessarily a bad thing, it also means there are new opportunities. Change and transformation cannot happen without each other. Especially now, as the current climate has forced companies to consider organisational restructuring, transformation is in higher demand than ever.

A carve-out is one of the most complex tasks for any company to successfully implement, especially within the challenging time frames that the market now demands. This webinar will show you how to undertake streamlined carve-out projects and how to utilise innovative modules, processes and software solutions to overcome even the greatest challenges at top speed.

Join this webinar and learn how you can assist your business to succeed in times of change and transformation.

Paul Swain
Managing Director, SNP Australia

Paul joined SNP Australia as Managing Director in January 2020. Prior to joining SNP, he worked at SAP for 22 years. In early 2016, he took on the lead role for guiding and advising customers in Australia and New Zealand on their journeys to S/4HANA. Paul also lead the “Centre of Excellence” business development team at SAP which covered S/4HANA, Platform and Technology and SAP’s broader solution set.

Marcus Scott
Managing Director, SNP Australia

Marcus Scott has over 30 years of extensive business leadership and consulting experience in developing and offering effective SAP software solutions worldwide. After being the Vice President of all the strategic business units of SNP SE in the APAC region, he is now Managing Director of SNP Australia since March 2019.

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Event details

Thursday June 11, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

11 Jun 20 9:00 AM


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