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Managing Your SAP Projects 2017 Las Vegas
November 29, 2017 - December 1, 2017
TruQua is pleased to announce it will be delivering the following sessions at the Managing Your SAP Projects 2017 conference in Las Vegas.
Anatomy of a cloud project
Delve into the ins and outs of a cloud project — including an understanding of how to prepare and measure success, learning how to manage risks, and ensuring timely go-live. As an SAP project or programme manager, you must deal with the entire gamut of cloud computing, from Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings, including SAP Hybris, Concur, and SAP S/4HANA Cloud; to Platform as a Service (PaaS), including the SAP Cloud Platform; and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), which provides virtualized computing resources over the Internet. Attend to learn:
- Common cloud terminology such as hosting, virtualisation, and private vs. public vs. hybrid cloud
- Core considerations and components of a cloud project such as definition/description of deliverables, key success factors and metrics, and determination of scope
- How to mitigate issues you may encounter during planning and execution, such as difficulty in establishing service-level agreements (SLAs), design of user and data security, and integration with third-party applications
Drive SAP project success with clear and detailed contracts
As an SAP programme/project manager, your ability to write a precise and detailed statement of work (SOW) and a contract for any vendor, including consultants, directly impacts the success of your project. Attend this session for guidance on the importance of SOWs and contracts, their critical components, and get tips to write these established documents, and:
- Examine various consulting services terminology, such as intellectual property, force majeure, escalation clauses, and non-disclosure agreement (NDA), and learn the significance of each
- Review common pitfalls to avoid when writing SAP SOWs or contracts, such as ambiguous scope, incomplete and/or unclear list of deliverables, and lack of performance measurement metrics
- Explore different types of performance measures that you should enshrine in your contract to objectively measure progress
- Step through pricing considerations and constraints typically faced while putting together a contract that meets an organisation’s objectives