Come join us at the annual ASUG and SAPPHIRE NOW conference for an exclusive peek inside Serco Group PLC’s portal.
Title: How Serco Manages Large Volumes of Data in Diverse Industries for SAP Portal Best Practice
Date: Tue. May 17, 2011 4:15 – 05:00
Content Area: Portals, User Interface and Development Technologies
Location: Orange County Convention Center – Orlando, Florida
And straight from the ASUG Agenda Builder, here is the scoop:
Serco, recently voted Britain’s second most admired company for 2010, is one of the biggest companies you have never heard of. The Serco group operates worldwide in a wide range of industries such as transportation, science, defense, aviation, health and education. In this presentation, discover how Serco manages the immense volume of data associated with such a large portfolio.
With over 11,500 users, nearly 9,000 pages, and a few thousand user groups, gain deep insight how Serco organizes, stores and collaborates to provide their diverse users a personalized and lean SAP Portal.
Whether your portal is just starting out or fully mature, this hands-on session will provide you with some great actionable tools to increase the ROI in your portal.
Presentation Type: ASUG Education SessionExperience
Presentation Category: User Interface and Development Technologies
Industry: Higher Education & Research
Key Learning Points:
- Learn how to handle massive volumes of data including administration, organizing, and storage.
- Discover what content display methods can be used to get the biggest bang for your buck in results.
- Learn how to decipher statistical data and to put this new found knowledge to practical use.
Pentland Firth Software GmbH – Frank Heinrich
Serco Group plc – Neil Horsburgh
A few of us from Sweetlets will also be there at the show, so let’s talk face to face. Here is your chance to meet us in person – talk portals, apps, or just connect.
We reserved a special meeting room close by (so don’t look for us on the floor).
email@example.com to book your appointment now.
See you there.
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