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APJ: SAP APJ Academic Conference 2011 (June 6-10, 2011)

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SAP Academic Conference 2011

Run Better – Opportunities for University Alliances Asia Pacific Japan

6 - 10 June, 2011
Singapore

Drumming to the same beat of unity through diversity, SAP Academic Conference 2011 was attended by 120 academics from 13 countries in the Asia Pacific and Japan region. With four Train-The-Trainer Workshops, three Introductory workshops and ten breakout sessions being conducted, the academics spent a fruitful week in Singapore learning about SAP software and the innovative use of technology in the classroom.

This year, the conference theme "Run Better - Opportunities for University Alliances", presented to the academics the latest SAP mobility solutions and explained our competitive edge in cloud computing and In-Memory computing. We also had the privilege of hearing from one of our key customers, BHP Billiton, who shared with us its transformational program of having one integrated effective system implemented in their operations and the types of skills set for various job functions in such a complex project. We also heard from our very own SAP HR Talent Acquisition expert on the key skills sets that SAP is looking for when it hires people to work in the company. The academics benefitted from an excellent combination of product focused presentations and useful tips on preparing their students for the workforce.

Content from the plenary presentations, breakout sessions and workshops are available for download.

You may also want to view a video giving you an experience of the SAP Academic Conference 2011 in the Asia Pacific Japan region.

Agenda

The agenda provides information to the program overview, conference day activities and workshop details.

Conference Plenary Presentations

SAP Games Changers
Simon Dale, Senior Vice President, Solutions, SAP Asia Pacific Japan
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  • BHP Transformation Program: 1SAP
    Paul Rosner, Vice President, Business Information Systems, BHP Billiton

  • Workshops

The purpose of the workshop sessions is to provide hands-on experience with some of our newest and/or most popular curricula. The goal is for participants to take a small package of content and be able to use it in the classroom immediately.

Description

Dates

Trainer

Workshop Material 

Discover Enterprise Resource Planning:
ERP Simulation

6,7,8 & 10 June

Jacques Robert
HEC Montreal, Canada

Sanjay Kumar
Management Development Institute
Gurgaon, India

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ABAP Programming

6,7,8 & 10 June

Stephen Paull
Victoria University, Australia

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Business Process Integration

6,7,8 & 10 June

Ramesh Behl

International Management Institute

New Delhi, India

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Business Intelligence Business Objects

6,7 & 8 June

Paul Hawking
Victoria University, Australia

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Introduction to Business ByDesign Hands-on Session

10 June

Lukas Flormann and Niraj Singh
SAP AG

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Introduction to SAP Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP)

10 June

Stefan Weidner

SAP University Competence Center Magdeburg

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Creating online trainings using datango

8 OR 10 June

Thomas Pohler
Datango AG

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* Please click on the respective workshop titles for the workshop synopsis and notes.

Breakout Sessions

Breakout Session Part I - Run Better: University Alliances Opportunities (Click to view presentations)

Time: 2.45pm - 4pm

• The University Alliances connection to Business ByDesign
• Getting started with SAP University Alliances & Growing your program
• Introduction to SAP ERP Global Bike Inc 2.0
• Effectively Using SAP University Alliances Resources
• Creating online trainings using datango

Breakout Session Part II - Run Better: Curriculum Best Practices (Click to view presentations)

Time: 4.15pm - 5.30pm

• ERP Simulation Game
• ABAP Programming
• Business Process Integration
• Business Intelligence Business Objects
• Star Wagon Case Study for Human Resources using IDES

2010 Outstanding Academic Awards - Asia Pacific Japan

This annual award is given to honour outstanding active University Alliances Professors and Lecturers in the APJ region for their contribution to the wider UA community during the full calendar year of 2010. It is the first time we have the honour to give out the Awards in APJ.

The University Alliances program in Asia Pacific Japan is pleased to announce that the 2010 Outstanding Academic Awards were given to:

  • Australia & New Zealand: Paul Hawking, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia 
  • China: Feng Jingchao, Xi'an University of Posts and Telecommunications, Xi'an, China 
  • India: Ramesh Behl, International Management Institute, New Delhi, India 
  • Southeast Asia: Primanita Setyono, University of Islam Indonesia, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

We congratulate all the Award Winners and we hope that this will encourage them and other University Alliances academic to continue to support and contribute to the University Alliances community!

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