African SAP User Group.
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Providing a platform for a collective view of strategic issues that need to be addressed by SAP.
Enabling SAP and SAP users to exchange information of mutual interest and value.
African SAP User Group | AFSUG
AFSUG is a forum of SAP customers and partners representing their industries, business and technological processes to share information and experiences, to accelerate implementation of successful business solutions, and to influence SAP Africa.
A key principle in that AFSUG does not inhibit the individual freedom of members but, through collaboration, enhances the collective influence of the user community within the African region. By means of consistency and openness of approach, the aim is to develop a “win-win” relationship with SAP Africa.
AFSUG shall not be a bureaucracy but a mechanism to facilitate relationships between members and SAP Africa.
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This community is so important as technology is always changing and having a peer available that may have the knowledge you require and vice versa. It helps from an implementation side so that if there are lessons learnt or any pain points it is good to know beforehand so one does not feel that you are in this alone.
I would absolutely recommend AFSUG to other organizations: Great platform to network with and learn from people in the same industry. Exposure to different organizations and expertise. Exposure to industry leaders that you may not have ordinarily had access to.
AFSUG offers: Access to experts Building relationships Opportunity to share your ideas
The SIG in important as it is central place for knowledge sharing and creates opportunities for customers to test ideas with peers who might have already solved or experienced the issues. I will recommend AFSUG because they provide:
Access to knowledge and lessons learnt in a positive environment. Access to experts without having to always hire consultants Get update to views and opinions from peers and thought leaders