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Transforming finance with your SAP

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Our first ever virtual event:

Transforming finance with your SAP

How to leverage your SAP to add visibility, control and value to your finance delivery

Discover how companies such as Vodafone, Microsoft and Kingfisher are transforming finance by working smarter with their SAP systems. 

A series of 3 online case study presentations, over 3 days. One case study presentation every day at the same time. 

12th, 13th and 14th December
15:00 London, 10:00 New York, 16:00 Paris

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Register me now for webinar Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence 2011

For those of you who could not make our fantastic ‘Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence’ conference in October, we have arranged for the best three speakers to present to you, answer your questions and network with you from the comfort of your own office or home. So join us for our SAP webinar series to discover how companies such as Vodafone, Microsoft and BAE Systems are transforming finance by working smarter with their SAP systems. 

If you are running off SAP, here are the three case studies that will make all the difference to your finance performance:

Session one:

How to bridge your SAP users’ knowledge gap once your new system has been rolled out and the technical support team has left

12th December 2011

Srinivas Krishna, Director Finance Operations, Microsoft

Session two:

Driving effective processes that leverage SAP for best-in-class global transaction processing

13th December 2011

Simon Oddie, Finance Strategy and Transformation Lead, Vodafone

Session three:

Successfully using portals internally and externally in the P2P process

14th December 2011

Michael Hyltoft, former Finance Transformation Manager, Kingfisher

 

Register now for this insightful webinar series – invest 60 minutes of your time for each session to save you months stuck in your office struggling with SAP being unable to meet finance’s needs. I promise this will be the best time spent in your office this year!

Register me now for webinar Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence 2011



If you are running off SAP, here are the three case studies that will make all the difference to your finance performance:

Register me now for webinar Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence 2011

 

Session one:

How to bridge your SAP users’ knowledge gap once your new system has been rolled out and the technical support team has left

12th December 2011
15:00 London, 10:00 New York, 16:00 Paris

The expensive roll-out of your much-planned and long-awaited new system is complete. The technicians have been and gone, and now it’s down to your people to get up-to-speed on the intricacies and intention of the new system. Many of us struggle to fill that knowledge gap. Once the support team has gone though, what choices do we have if we don’t want to pay exorbitant prices for lengthy and time-consuming training? Microsoft came up with a very smart solution that meant its SAP users required no such training. This session reveals how clear communication of the finance specifications meant that IT could deliver exactly what was needed in a language everyone could understand for maximum functionality in SAP. 

Srinivas Krishna, Director Finance Operations, Microsoft

Session two:

Driving effective processes that leverage SAP for best-in-class global transaction processing

13th December 2011
15:00 London, 10:00 New York, 16:00 Paris

Vodafone, winners of the Gold Award for new business application implementation at the 2010 SAP Quality Awards, will talk about how it is driving excellence in processes across finance, HR and supply chain by leveraging SAP. Focusing on the finance transformation and the resulting efficiency improvements, this presentation will explore how Vodafone has:

  • Leveraged global processes for improved efficiency and effectiveness
  • Deployed shared services to support a broad range of finance processes
  • Established a single finance operations organisation encompassing local markets and shared services
  • Optimised its use of SAP standard processes and process governance to drive further efficiency improvements

Simon Oddie, Finance Strategy and Transformation Lead, Vodafone

Session three:

Successfully using portals internally and externally in the P2P process

14th December 2011
15:00 London, 10:00 New York, 16:00 Paris

Kingfisher recently set up a wireless supplier portal that integrates fully with SAP. Its entire journey – from sourcing, procurement, invoice and dispute management right up to payment will be discussed in this eye-opening session. Michael will offer insights into the way in which the project was implemented at Kingfisher and what lessons were learnt along the way for internal business partners, procurement, finance, and suppliers. If you are looking to improve collaboration with your suppliers for improved mobility of cash flow, then this session will prove really useful for you.

Michael Hyltoft, former Finance Transformation Manager, Kingfisher

Register me now for webinar Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence 2011


Finance Strategy and Transformation Lead Oddie, Simon

Finance Strategy and Transformation Lead Oddie, Simon

Finance Strategy and Transformation Lead

Vodafone


Record-to-Report Manager Allibone, Jenny

Record-to-Report Manager Allibone, Jenny

Record-to-Report Manager

BAE Systems




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These three case studies cost £299 + VAT.

The sessions will be recorded and you will be able to access the sessions anytime for a whole year.

 

Register me now for webinar Maximising SAP to Enhance Finance Shared Services Excellence 2011