The Wisconsin Chapter of the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) meeting is being held at the UW Oshkosh College of Business throughout the day Friday, July 25.
ASUG is a community of professionals with common business interests, experiences, challenges and pursuits. The independent organization has facilitated the sharing of insight and information among ASUG members for more than 20 years. The purpose is to help people and companies discover answers, explore new ideas, solve problems and develop professional relationships through generating user-driven educational content and product perspectives from users of one of the world’s largest business software companies, SAP.
The ASUG Wisconsin Chapter currently has 2,700 members representing more than 200 companies, many of them in the NEW North. Meeting in the NEW North of Wisconsin is an exciting venture for ASUG, as most meetings are traditionally held in Madison or Milwaukee, College of Business leaders say.
The conference is being held at Sage Hall on the UW Oshkosh campus, which is a point of pride for the College of Business and the University.
“Sage Hall dramatically supports the learning mission of the college and takes learning to a whole new level,” said College of Business Dean William Tallon.
Sage Hall opened for classes in fall 2011 and is the first energy efficient academic building on the campus. The 4-story, 191,000 square-foot building brings more than just classrooms to the campus; it also brings a new way of thinking and learning through its sustainable features.
The College of Business offers a new Enterprise Systems Technology emphasis that is open to students of all majors. The EST enterprise emphasizes a connection between the College of Business and the business ecosystem in Wisconsin.
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