Event in Den­ver – Us­ing ACL™ to bet­ter Audit SAP® - only a few places left

We would like to invite you to an advanced training event by our US sales partner HWA (High Water Advisors, www.highwateradvisors.com), in the staging of which we are participating. It is a pleasure for us that HWA with its Managing Director Steve Biskie (Author of the book "Surviving an SAP® Audit") is organizing the event and has invited us to Denver to participate.

Limited number of participants – only a few places left

The date of the event "Using ACL™ to Better Audit SAP®" is the week September 14-19, 2015 in Denver/Colorado in the USA.

The focus, as the title indicates, is on analyzing SAP® data. The agenda looks as follows:

  • Monday: Optional lead-in workshop conveying and refreshing ACL™ know-how in two parallel sessions.
  • Tuesday: This looks primarily at the purchase-to-pay cycle in SAP®.
  • Wednesday: Today revolves around the general ledger in SAP®, and fascinating analyses in this context (think BKPF and BSEG).
  • Thursday: The first two days are summed up in an interactive, dialog-oriented workshop including detailed Q&A.
  • Friday: Optional follow-up workshop, again on two parallel tracks, looking at subjects like data extraction, access to binary stored long text in SAP® (think STXH, STXL tables) and SAP® security.

From dab:GmbH Stefan Wenig will come on stage as a speaker from Wednesday through Friday. Keynotes here are data extraction from SAP®, identification of tables and fields, plus numerous examples of analytic approaches from the P2P process.

We hope very much that this event arouses your interest – or that of colleagues in the USA. The number of participants is limited to 20 and only a few places are left. To find the original agenda including address, possibilities for registering and conditions visit the following link: Registration for "Using ACL™ to Better Audit SAP®".

We look forward to seeing you there.

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