Join us for a fun, interactive, and educational networking event where acclaimed TEDx speaker Patti Dobrowolski — joined by SAP trailblazers like Josh Greenbaum, Paul Kurchina, and Vaidya Aiyer — will paint a powerful vision of the future of SAP business modernization.
During the discussion, we’ll talk about the challenges facing SAP-centric enterprises, the innovations taking place in low-code development, and if enterprises should keep ECC or migrate to S/4HANA.
We will be introducing several unique capabilities that represent industry firsts, including:
May 27th at 12pm EST/9am PST/ 5pm BST
Josh Greenbaum - renowned industry analyst and Paul Kurchina connector, analyst, and ASUG community catalyst will discuss the state of the market and the enterprise market challenges.
A critically acclaimed comic performer, live illustrator, internationally recognized keynote speaker, writer and business consultant, she has brought innovative visual practices to Fortune 500 companies, NGOs and small businesses.
Vaidya Aiyer, Founder and CEO of Pillir, possesses the reputation of a major leader and innovator in the low-code space, specifically with ERP modernization. His 25 years of SAP experience has propelled his company’s vision of accelerating modernization and digital transformation
JR brings years of experience in enterprise software and cloud computing with companies like Turbonomic, Cisco, and VMware. His knowledge of data management transformation enables him to help fortune 5000 companies adopt disruptive technologies across virtualization, cloud and automation.
Dan has spend years working within the low-code world. He has deep experience guiding customers to success on their low code digital transformation journey, with a keen focus on how low code and SAP best intersect in an enterprise's IT ecosystem.
If you’re like us and miss bumping into colleagues and friends while strolling on the exhibit floor and having an unexpectedly engaging conversation, you won’t want to miss this event!
Attendees can interact in real-time just by joining a table. Finally, a virtual conference that doesn’t sacrifice the networking experience.