The Best-Run Businesses Run SAP

Dear LAC User Group leaders,


I would like to invite you to the Webcast described below and kindly ask you to forward this invitation within your User Group members.


Thanks in advance!

Best Regards,


Celina Fernandes

SAP SE Global User Groups Organization






The Best-Run Businesses Run SAP



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Digital Business

“A Little Less Talk, a Little More Action” – Digital Transformation in Canada




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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

Please join Americas' SAP Users' Group (ASUG) on June 13 at 12 p.m. CT for an exciting conversation on how the world’s largest technology community thinks about and responds to Digital Transformation. This webcast is open to both ASUG members and non-members.




“A Little Less Talk, a Little More Action” – Digital Transformation in Canada


Most Canadian executives are putting their business at risk by failing to appreciate the effects of a digital economy. New IDC research has revealed that 67% of Canadian executives don’t believe the rise of digital technology is affecting their business right now. Further, only 17% of Canadian businesses have a clear digital strategy in place, despite 96% of executives knowing they will soon need one. Perhaps this is a calculated risk because they don’t yet feel a competitive threat; more likely, they are finding it difficult to define what digital means to them and establish a plan.


Whatever the reason, all businesses have to take seriously the threats and opportunities presented by digital technology. Getting started on the digital transformation path is best tackled by breaking the business into five parts - the operational core, the customers, the employees, suppliers and partners, and assets - and then determining where and how digital can create the most value.


This talk will discuss the impact of digital technology on Canadian businesses and give examples of where some businesses are already seeing success. He will also explain how businesses need to understand their digital starting points based on factors such as size, industry and strategic opportunities, before detailing how they can get started on building a practical digital roadmap.



Sam Masri, Managing Principal, Industry Value Engineering, SAP Canada

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A Little Less Talk, a Little More Action


Monday, June 13, 2016 01:00 PM ET (New York)

Monday, June 13, 2016 06:00 PM GMT (London)

Monday, June 13, 2016 07:00 PM CET (Berlin)

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