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DSAG 2011 Annual Meeting Wrap-up

  • October 21, 2011
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DSAG LogoAnother great event from the DSAG just wrapped up. The German speaking SAP User Group’s annual meeting in Leipzig, Germany from October 11-13 drew a crowd of 3,921 visitors with 171 exhibition partners. Sweetlets was on hand with both a booth and of course, our SAP Portal experts.

A full house at DSAG Jahreskongress 2011

A full house at DSAG Jahreskongress 2011

The DSAG Jahreskongress 2011 exhibition was big, colorful and creative and as always – there was plenty of excellent food.

Many of the topics covered were the same hot topics discussed at the September SAP TechEd in Las Vegas – the future of SAP, HANA, mobile, and of course the new 7.30 NetWeaver Portal.

Sweetlets booth at the DSAG conference

Sweetlets booth at the DSAG conference


On the Sweetlets end, we saw more and more interest in out-of-the-box solutions, especially with time and budget restraints on the rise. Companies are looking for quick-win methods to increase traffic and portal usability (i.e. easier and more powerful SSO and intuitive team calendars) and more efficient ways to extract data (i.e. from BW).

DSAG 2011 awards presentation

DSAG 2011 awards presentation




More information and downloads of presentations can be found on the official DSAG Jahreskongress 2011 website (complete slides may require DSAG membership to download).


See you next year.

About the DSAG

Welcome to DSAG Jahreskongress 2011

Welcome to DSAG Jahreskongress 2011

The German-speaking SAP User Group: Deutschsprachige SAP-Anwendergruppe e.V. (DSAG) in Walldorf is the independent lobby for users in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Founded in 1997 as a registered association, DSAG counts today more than 2,400 member companies and has established itself as the largest SAP user group worldwide.

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