Training: SAP Interop Technical Workshop, January 23

Another SAP Technical Workshop will be held on January 23, 2007 in Redmond where customers, system integrators, developers, and consultants will have a great opportunity to learn the latest in-depth technical knowledge of Microsoft technologies in relation to SAP.  The targeted audience is enterprise architects, SAP solution architects, SAP technical specialists, developers, and consultants. This is an opportunity to gain in-depth technical knowledge of Microsoft and SAP interoperability including the latest implementation best practices for Duet.

Sixty-five percent of new SAP installations choose Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server is the fastest growing database platform for SAP. Now, you will learn more of how the overall Microsoft .NET platform and how Microsoft Office can integrate with SAP.

How current is your knowledge of interoperability between the Microsoft platform and SAP NetWeaver?  Are you equipped with the latest information on interoperability, performance, scalability, management, and cost of ownership information?

The overall goal of this workshop is to provide attendees with technical information on how Microsoft is providing options for customers to better integrate Microsoft and SAP solutions, reduce complexity, and have a continued focus on TCO. 

Session topics (subject to change):

  • Maximizing the Value of Your SAP Investment
  • Duet Technical Architecture and Implementation Best Practices
  • Integrating Microsoft Office SharePoint Server and SAP
  • Using SQL Server 2005 for SAP Solutions
  • Microsoft BI for SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence
  • BizTalk Server and SAP Interoperability

Registration for this free event is limited and happens on a first-come first-serve basis. The workshop will take place on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at the Microsoft Conference Center – Baker Room (Building 33) in Redmond, WA 98052 – USA.

Further information on this event, as well as announcements of future events, can be found at the Microsoft-SAP CTSC Web Site which is jointly operated by Microsoft and SAP.

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