Johannesburg SAP offices
Date: 18th April 2013
CApe Town SAP offices
Date: 24th April 2013
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12h30 - 13h00 Arrival and Registration  
13h00 - 13h30 Welcome - Let's get this to work Tracey Greig
African SAP User Group

Henry Varges
SIG Chairman,Britehouse
13h30 - 14h15 Barloworld Logistics- Supplychainforesight Research Results 2013, the 10th Edition

Barloworld Logistics, one of southern Africa's leading logistics and supply chain management experts, will share and summarise the results on the much anticipated research survey - supplychainforesight 2013 - this will provide invaluable insight into the reality of South Africa's position as the trading and logistics gateway into Africa. The supplychainforesight 2013 assesses the competiveness of both individual companies and the industries they are in. Supplychainforesight is an independent study that has been sponsored by Barloworld Logistics since 2002 and is conducted by international research specialists, Frost & Sullivan. This qualitative study is used by South African business for insights into supply chain trends and strategic planning
Adriaan Kohrs
14h15 - 15h00 What's new in Supply Chain Execution

Get insight into the new developments and innovations in Transportation Management and SAP Supply Chain Execution Platform.
Neil Petersen
15h00 - 15h15 Break  
15h15 - 16h00 Managing the Gateway to Africa and the World - Managing your Export Documentation

The export process is made more complex by the administrative process and documentation requirement governing and controlling it. All of this ensures that your products reach their destination quickly safely and without delay. This session will share the latest developments in export legislations and also how to integrate these processes with your SAP solutions, ensuring you can get the most out of your SAP systems and processes.
James Tutton
XPortR Software Solutions
16h00 - 16h45 Creating innovative solutions and products that deliver customer value.

We often forget that customers are human, a complex mixture of logic and emotion. Successful products and services appeal to both the rational side as well as the emotional side of human intelligence. Design Thinking provides an approach for balancing these needs.

Doug Hunter

16h45 - 17h15 Open Floor - Social Jam, Inflience, Education, Network at Events Wynand Roos
17h15 Networking


Please note you need to be a fully paid up member in order to attend any of the AFSUG SIG's. Should you wish to attend the session as a non-member you may do so by paying R1000 per SIG. Please contact Nic Grobbelaar ( in order to receive an invoice for the R1000 should you wish to make use of this option.
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Johannesburg SAP offices
SAP Business Park, 1 Woodmead Drive
Woodmead, 2148

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Cape Town SAP offices
4 Waterford Place, Century City
Cape Town, 7441

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