International SAP Conference on Portfolio and Project Management in Düsseldorf, Germany – 17-18 November 2014



Maximize the Value, Balance, and Strategic Alignment of your Portfolio of Projects

12 October 2014 – Berlin, Germany – An International SAP Conference on Portfolio and Project Management will be held in Düsseldorf, Germany from 17-18 November, 2014. The theme of the conference is “Maximize the Value, Balance and Strategic Alignment of your Portfolio of Projects.” This conference is being produced by T. A. Cook Conferences, one of the world’s leading providers of management conferences and training events.


Attendees will find opportunities to learn how to maximize business value by linking ideas and strategies with project data, workflows and business processes, while synchronizing strategic and operational portfolio and project management (PPM) goals.

This two day business-focused event is specifically designed to offer a comprehensive insight into how the SAP PPM suite of solutions can allow you to manage end-to-end portfolios and projects smoother and more efficiently than ever before.

The agenda will be jam-packed with customer case studies, the latest news and updates from SAP, networking opportunities, and workshops featuring best practices for product lifecycle management.

Readers are encouraged to save the dates in your diary, and don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to keep performance on track, make accurate fact-based investment decisions, and maximize resource and workforce utilization. For more information or to register for this major event in Dusseldorf, go to http://goo.gl/SuZEPC.

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