Wisconsin Description

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    About The Chapter

     

    The Wisconsin Chapter aims to have three to four meetings per year in locations convenient to the Milwaukee area.  Wisconsin Chapter meetings are typically multi-track affairs, featuring a strong mix of customer, partner, and SAP-driven presentations.

     

    2018 Chapter Meeting Dates

     

     

    Special Message from the Chapter

     

    Welcome to the ASUG Wisconsin Chapter Home Page!

    Please follow us on social media to connect with and find updates on chapter events, ASUG news, and related SAP articles and content. Links are listed below.

     

    Bring a friend, have them register for the meeting, and be eligible for a special drawing.

    Attend our chapter meetings and take advantage of networking and educational opportunities included in your ASUG member benefits. Please keep in mind that our diverse agenda may be of interest to other associates at your company as well. Please invite them to attend.

     

    Call for Hosts: Hosting an ASUG Wisconsin Chapter meeting is a great way for your company to showcase its employees, facilities and accomplishments.  If your company is interested in hosting a meeting, please contact a member of the Wisconsin Chapter Leadership Team.  We have a short questionnaire for you to complete that we will use to assist in planning the meeting.


    Call for Speakers:  If anyone at your company is interested in presenting at a future meeting, please contact us. We would love to hear your story!

     

    Your ASUG Wisconsin Chapter Leadership Team

     

    Follow us on Twitter: @ASUG_WI

    Find us on LinkedIn: ASUG Wisconsin

    Number of Members • 3921

    Major Cities Served • Milwaukee, Madison, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Green Bay, Kohler, Racine, Neenah, Plymouth, Appleton,

    Average Meeting Attendance • 100-125

    Major Industries Represented • Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities, University

    Unique Companies Represented: • 541

    Current Hot Topics • Repetitive vs. Discrete Manufacturing, MDM, Topics that cover both SAP and Business Objects Users