International SAP Conference for Chemicals
 
Join T.A. Cook, together with SAP, at the second annual International SAP Conference for Chemicals, taking place in Amsterdam on October 7-8, 2014. 
 
Following the highly successful launch event in Frankfurt last year, the 2014 conference will once again be packed with high level SAP keynotes, solution updates and diverse customer case studies. The event is designed to demonstrate how innovation from SAP is driving agility and growth in the chemical industry. At a time when the chemical industry is becoming increasingly globalized, and with emerging economies driving a continued need for efficiency in established markets, do not miss this opportunity to discover how solutions from SAP can ensure chemical companies protect their brand, maintain profitable revenue streams, maximize the return on RandD investments, reduce energy consumption, optimize asset performance and utilization, synchronize supply chain management, and meet dynamic market demand.
 
This event will kick off with pre-conference half-day jump-start workshops covering customer engagement using the cloud, supply chain management, and setting up and running a responsible care management system. This is an opportunity to dive into more detail, ask your questions and learn from experienced SAP solution experts.
 
The workshops will be followed by the main conference, which will feature a mix of high level SAP strategy for the chemical industry, external analysis and customer case studies from high profile global chemical companies. Discover how they are successfully using SAP solutions to improve processes, efficiency and visibility right across their supply chain. With plenary sessions covering strategic business topics, and additional break-out tracks on product safety and stewardship, laboratory information management systems, supply chain management, and customer engagement, our agenda is designed for key responsible persons from multiple lines of business across the chemical industry.

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