Unlocking SAP to adapt and transform application usability and composability

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IT leaders in Manufacturing in North America are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “Unlocking SAP to adapt and transform application usability and composability.”

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary.

Unlocking SAP to adapt and transform application usability and composability

Among IT experts in manufacturing, ease of use scores for SAP and other enterprise applications have yet to reach ideal levels, given the complexity of the product itself and the extensive customization it offers. Businesses that are implementing new operating systems are searching for approaches to scale down or eliminate customizations as a driver for projects.

IT leaders in manufacturing must now develop solutions that enable app consolidation while maintaining composability and flexibility. Organizations are also urged to curtail their reliance on complex legacy operating systems in the interest of undergoing a transformational shift in the manufacturing industry. Reducing requirements for custom code is becoming increasingly critical to ensure the usability of applications.

  • What challenges do organizations face concerning usability and SAP adoption?
  • How can leaders balance app consolidation with composability and flexibility to the business?
  • What results have companies seen in their efforts to reduce or eliminate customization?

Join leaders interested in developing solutions to transform the usability and composability of enterprise applications.

Job titles may include CIO, CEO, COO, CTO, Chief Digital Officer, and Director/Head/VP of Strategy/Operations/Engineering/Technology/IT/Software/Cloud/Digital/IT Risk/IT Security/Infrastructure/Solutions/Business architecture.

2:00 PM: Log in of guests
2:10 PM: Welcome from The Ortus Club and short address from Avanade
2:15 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:15 PM: Discussion brought to a close

Hosted by Avanade and Microsoft