2019 ASUG Experience for EIM
Now in its 15th year, ASUG Experience for Enterprise Information Management (EIM) unites a thriving community of professionals leveraging SAP solutions for data management, strategy, and stewardship. This conference brings together over 100 companies in industries such as consumer products, wholesale distribution, health sciences, manufacturing, and more. By design, this ASUG Experience was created not for the C-suite but for the frontline managers and their teams who are responsible for getting things done. At the 2019 ASUG Experience for EIM, you’ll learn about the hottest SAP solutions for EIM you need to achieve success in your EIM role. All topics will be presented in a casual, collaborative, small-group environment where attendees share lessons learned, best practices, and real-world experiences. It is through this purposeful sharing of customer experiences that real learning takes place. Featuring customer stories, solution demos, and SAP road maps, the ASUG Experience for EIM provides the content you need to succeed in the evolving world of data management and data governance.
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm
Session: People, Process, Technology: Breakthru Beverage's Story of Building a Data Governance Organization
Speakers: Breakthru Beverage: Mark Chakar and Dan Harter
Breakthru Beverage's journey started with a vision, strategy, and team of one. We are now a team of 15 and four years into our journey. Our company lacked adequate data quality tools, had inefficient business processes, and was organizationally decentralized. We have since implemented SAP Information Steward and are exploring front-end data management tools, We will share our journey, key challenges, and lessons learned in building a data governance platform.
Date & Time: Wednesday, October 30, 2019 10:30 am - 11:15 am
Session: Implementing Data Governance: Lessons from Duracell
Speakers: Duracell: Patrick Leonard and Protiviti: Don Loden
Duracell has a history of innovation through continuously developing batteries that are more powerful and last longer than other brands. The company knows that having control of data is key to maintaining a competitive advantage. Learn how the company used SAP HANA to implement a data governance program that provides a complete view of both SAP and non-SAP data and created a sense of urgency to push the program into action.