Learn EAM for SAP S/4HANA at ASUG Midwest Central Chapter Meeting

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Learn EAM for SAP S/4HANA at ASUG Midwest Central Chapter Meeting

Vesta Partners is sponsoring the ASUG Midwest Central Chapter Event in Lincoln, Neb. on July 12, and will be part of an agenda packed with tips and use cases for SAP EAM customers. Vesta will be presenting on some of the latest developments in SAP S/4HANA.

S/4HANA made major improvements in its September 2017 release—referred to in shorthand as 1709—that now make it a viable option for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). Some of the functionality should look familiar to those who are accustomed to EAM in previous SAP iterations—such as SAP ECC. Other features are brand new and offer ways to potentially do things more efficiently.

A Visual S/4HANA Experience

At the ASUG Midwest Central Chapter Meeting, Matthew Bowman, Director of Global Business Development for Energy and Utilities for Vesta, will not just tell attendees how S/4HANA 1709 works for EAM, but show it with a live S/4HANA system demonstration.

Bowman will dive into common work management and asset management scenarios to show how SAP EAM tools in S/4HANA can improve your organization’s asset management capabilities. Focus areas will include asset management with master data, including the use of Linear Asset Management (LAM), Geographical Enablement Framework (GEF), and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) integration. Additionally, he will cover work management processing as well as the Fiori user interface and enterprise search functionality.

Customers Examples in EAM

Vesta will be joined by several SAP customers in the utilities space in Lincoln, who will be covering real-world examples in EAM areas such as SAP Work Manager, creating the foundation for advanced EAM, and GIS integration with SAP data.

Head here for the complete agenda, and to register for the ASUG Midwest Central Chapter Meeting. The event is free to ASUG members, and includes breakfast, lunch, and an evening opportunity to network with peers.