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Upcoming Conference - "Successfully Managing Projects Using SAP"

February 26 - 28, 2013 - Dallas, TX

LeverX is proud to be a sponsor of this event with T.A. Cook. We look forward to meeting you at this event! Please come by our exhibit area and speak with us about your project needs. If you wish, please contact us and we can setup a time to speak during this event.

Use SAP PPM and SAP PS to select, plan and execute projects more efficiently than ever before!

In today's competitive commercial environment, organizations must choose between a wealth of possible projects and initiatives in order to advance their strategic and commercial goals. Once the right projects have been selected, project managers must deliver projects on time and on budget, using all the resources at their disposal.

At "Successfully Managing Projects Using SAP", our expert speakers will share their experiences of using SAP solutions to support the full project lifecycle in IT and capital intensive environments.

Case studies delivered from high profile SAP users from diverse industries will allow you to understand the challenges they have overcome during implementation, roll-out, and every day use.

This conference has been created for project managers who...

  • are planning or currently going through an SAP implementation
  • are interested in specific aspects of SAP supported project management
  • would like to explore the full functionality of SAP PS, PPM, cProjects, RPM, PLM, SolMan, BI, BW, Netweaver and more
  • want to improve the SAP system currently in use
  • wish to learn more about the latest developments and strategies of SAP

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Successful project management allows organizations to speed the delivery of new offerings and seize new business opportunities, while optimizing cash reserves, human resource and capital assets. In order to successfully achieve this goal however, project and portfolio managers need the right software solutions that provide flexibility and handle the increasing complexity of managing and scheduling projects.