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About African SAP User Group
AFSUG brings together SAP customers and partners from different industries and business processes in order to exchange ideas and accelerate successful business implementations. Members of AFSUG can influence SAP Africa and SAP AG’s local and global directions.
In order to promote the interests of the User community, AFSUG regularly communicates with its members, its business partners, and SAP Africa at all levels.
Additionally, this relationship allows SAP Africa to manage the challenges posed by rapid growth.
AFSUG is the sole SAP user group in Southern Africa, but important to note that it is independently run and is a nonprofit organization. It is run by a volunteer Board of Customer and Partner CIOs.
AFSUG hosts up to 10 SAP Special Interest Groups based on the SAP solutions it offers as well as industry-specific events throughout the year. Events take place in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban. During Covid-19 Pandemic, we will host digital and webcast events. Our Special Interest Group Meetings (SIG’s) feature local and international SAP experts and we host webcasts with our partners and customers monthly.
SAPHILA’s biennial conference date will be announced soon
Objectives of AFSUG
- To provide customers within the African region with a constitutional and operational framework for gaining member status.
- The aim is to promote sound and professional SAP system usage and best practices by providing a forum for mutual education and information exchange among member organizations.
- Providing direction and influence over development activities, products, policies, and services of SAP AG and related vendors in the interest of all member organisations to meet their needs.
The User Group will undertake such additional activities as necessary to meet the interests and needs of its members. Whilst not limited to.
These will include:
- The maintenance of an internet web page – www.afsug.com
- The regular issue of newsletters
- The conduct of surveys on topics of special interest
- Participation in general education programmes
- Executive briefings