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Pre-conference workshops, customer case studies, group discussions, roadmap and solution updates from SAP will demonstrate how you can utilize the power of one. By establishing one single source of data and one standard process via the SAP S/4HANA Central Finance deployment, users are simplifying their financial processes, lowering operational costs, as well as achieving better business transparency and visibility of productivity.

The SAP Conference on Central Finance is designed for SAP prospects and customers across a full range of global industries. The specific focus in each of these organizations however is on simplifying complex financial landscapes and establishing a centralized source of truth for financial data. The event will also be of value to SAP partners and consultants working within the industry. This conference presents a unique opportunity to meet with both business and IT professionals, including:

VP's, Heads of, Directors for:

- Finance Operations (Payables, Receivables, Cash management)
- Finance Centralization (Shared Services)
- Merger and Acquisition, Divestitures, Post-Merger Integration
- Finance Transformation
- Financial Controll
- Finance, Planning and Analysis (FPandA)
- Accounting (Non-operational)

Other Job Titles Are Set to Include:

- CFO, CIO, Finance IT Manager, Director IT Finance, Senior Consultant SAP Finance

Event highlights will include:

- Informative Keynote Speakers
- Multi Industry Case Studies
- Deep Dive Workshops
- Interactive Sessions
- Ample Networking Opportunities
- Fun and Relaxing Celebration Evening
- Vibrant Partner Exhibition
- Expert Advice and Dedicated Q and A

Prices:
Early Bird - Day and a Half Conference (until 7/26/2019): USD 1190.0,
Early Bird - Day and a Half Conference + Half Day Workshop (until 7/26/2019): USD 1615.0,
Full Price - Day and a Half Conference: USD 1350.0,
Full Price - Day and a Half Conference + Half Day Workshop: USD 1775.0,
Half Day Workshop: USD 425.0

Speakers: Cargill, Stanley Black and Decker Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Karl Storz, Verizon, Owens Corning