Sysdoc at SUG 2016

On the 20th-22nd of November 2016, join Sysdoc at the UK’s largest SAP conference this year – the UK and Ireland SUG Connect. Held at the ICC conference centre in Birmingham, we will be exhibiting at stand S2 – stop by and have a chat about how Sysdoc has enabled SAP implementation to respond to our clients’ challenges throughout many different sectors across the globe.

We will talk you through our Integrated Delivery Model, a different approach to business transformation which provides robust end-to-end processes for safely landing change. It is inspired by our Founder, Katherine Corich, and her background as a qualified commercial pilot. Katherine recognised an opportunity to apply what she had learned in aviation – principles of process excellence, simulation based learning and an emphasis on human factors – to change and simplify what she had seen in business.

This is our third year of exhibiting at SUG, and it promises to be another great conference, with a wide variety of speakers and panel discussions across a multitude of SAP topics. On Monday 21st November at 1:30pm, join Oliver Macklin, Head of Transformational Change at Sysdoc, who will also be joined by Colin Inglis, Business Solution Architect at Associated British Ports. Oliver and Colin will talk you through how Sysdoc has used SAP to enable transformation at the UK’s leading ports operator.

ABP are implementing SAP as part of an ambitious transformation programme, including the latest technologies such as HANA, Sycio Mobile and Fiori apps to deliver change that lands to over 2,000 employees, as well as to ABP's customers and suppliers. The session will provide a great insight into the change journey, and how we have delivered our different approach to change management – providing ABP with a bespoke solution that speaks to them.

This year, Sysdoc are celebrating our 30th year in business, so don’t miss this opportunity to see what we can do for others, and what we can do for you. We will take you through our unique processes and how we’re using a leading-edge approach to support this. It’s time to change.


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