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Experience the benefits of membership in your local SAP User Group

Experience the benefits of membership in your local SAP User Group

Maximize the return on your investment in SAP software by connecting with local customers and industry and technology experts. Find local SAP User Groups by region to exchange ideas, learn about educational events, and keep up with the latest innovations for your specific business needs.

Americas

Argentina: ASUG Argentina

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Argentina (ASUG Argentina) provides a forum for SAP customers to discuss common concerns, influence software development, exchange ideas, and recommend priorities for enhancements to SAP software. ASUG Argentina’s focus is on optimizing members’ return on investment in SAP solutions and technology.

As part of its objective of enhancing regional integration and promoting SAP stakeholders’ interaction in countries where there is no specific association  a new Chapter has been created for Uruguay to enable SAP resident companies and partners interaction in local meetings, interest groups and other activities focused on their specific country SAP usage.

ASUG Argentina, will include Uruguay local issues as part of the scope of its participation in AUSIA and SUGEN sharing specific topics that maybe of regional interest.

ASUG Argentina is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at comunicacion@asug.org.ar or find us at www.asug.org.ar.

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Brazil: ASUG Brazil

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Brazil (ASUG Brazil) represents the companies that use SAP in Brazil, which are responsible for 59% of the gross domestic product (GDP) in Brazil. ASUG Brazil’s mission is to bring members together to search for common solutions and share knowledge, as well as represent members’ collective interests with SAP.

ASUG Brazil is a SUGEN member.

Visit our Web site at www.asug.com.br to learn more.

 
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Chile: ASUG Chile

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Chile (ASUG Chile) maintains a value network of members who can exchange knowledge and lessons learned, as well as influence the SAP ecosystem. ASUG Chile’s ultimate goal is to help optimize members’ return on investment in SAP solutions.

Join the ASUG Chile group on LinkedIn or visit our Web site at www.asug.cl to learn more.

 
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Colombia: ASUG Colombia

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Colombia (ASUG Colombia) enables members to share best practices and experiences and represents members’ common interests to be reviewed by SAP and SAP partners. ASUG Colombia offers member sessions and information days focused on SAP strategies, localization, support services, and industry (product) trends in a collaborative forum.

E-mail us at contactoportal@asugcolombia.com or visit our Web site at www.asugcolombia.com to learn more.

 
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Ecuador: ASUG Ecuador

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Ecuador (ASUG Ecuador) is dedicated to helping members exchange knowledge, experiences, and best practices for enhancing SAP solutions, with a focus on local business needs and requirements in Ecuador.

Visit our Web site at www.asugecuador.com to learn more.

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Mexico: ASUG México

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Americas' SAP Users' Group México (ASUG México) strives to influence the development of SAP products and services to meet the needs and requirements of companies in Mexico and support members’ business and personal development and innovation. ASUG México provides conferences and seminars, supports collaboration networks formed by users, SAP, and partners; and collaborates with other SAP user groups, particularly those in Latin America, to promote mutual goals.

ASUG México is a SUGEN member.

Visit our Web site at www.asug.mx to learn more.

 
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Peru: ASUG Perú

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Perú (ASUG Perú) promotes the implementation and efficient use of SAP products by sharing the latest information and best practices with members; providing a forum for education and knowledge exchange; and developing activities, policies, and services to benefit SAP users.

E-mail us at contactenos@asug.com.pe to learn more.

 
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United States and Canada: ASUG

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Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) helps people and companies discover answers, explore new ideas, solve problems, and develop professional relationships. With regional chapters and special interest groups throughout the U.S. and Canada, and a full slate of interactive gatherings and annual events, ASUG nurtures thought leadership and generates a steady flow of user-driven educational content and product perspectives.

E-mail us at hq@asug.com or visit our Web site at www.asug.com to learn more.

 
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Venezuela: ASUG Venezuela

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Americas' SAP Users' Group Venezuela (ASUG Venezuela) enables members to share best practices and experiences and represents members’ common interests to be reviewed by SAP and SAP partners. ASUG Venezuela offers collaborative sessions and information days focused on SAP strategies, localization, support services, and industry (product) trends; drives relationships with other SAP user groups; promotes success stories; and hosts an annual congress.

E-mail us at asugvenezuela@gmail.com to learn more.

 
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Asia Pacific

Australia: SAP Australian User Group (SAUG)

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SAP Australian User Group (SAUG) provides a forum for individuals and companies within the SAP community to share knowledge, network with peers, influence the direction of SAP solutions, and deliver ongoing education. SAUG is dedicated to providing members with year-round support, along with the tools and opportunities to get the best value from SAP software.

SAUG is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at info@saug.com.au or visit our Web site at www.saug.com.au to learn more.

 
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China: China SAP Users Association (CSUA)

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China SAP Users Association (CSUA) provides a forum for individuals and companies within the SAP community to share knowledge, network with peers, influence the direction of SAP solutions, and provide ongoing education for all members.

CSUA is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at info@csua.com.cn or visit our Web site at www.csua.com.cn to learn more.

 
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Hong Kong: SAP User Group Hong Kong (HKSUG)

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SAP User Group Hong Kong (HKSUG) is formed and joined by member companies that use SAP software in Hong Kong. HKSUG helps members get the most from SAP software by organizing regular networking groups and discussion forums for members to exchange ideas and share experiences implementing and using SAP products and services.

E-mail us at edirector@sug.com.hk or visit our Web site at www.sug.com.hk to learn more.

 
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India: SAP User Group for the Indian subcontinent (INDUS)

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SAP User Group for the Indian subcontinent (INDUS) allows SAP and SAP users to exchange information of mutual interest and value, and enables SAP users to share experiences, knowledge, and ideas with each other. INDUS activities are governed by INDUS by-laws, which spell out the basic structure of INDUS, membership criteria, when and how the group meets, procedures for elections, and how the group makes decisions and delegates responsibilities.

INDUS is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at admin@induscommunity.com or visit our Web site at www.induscommunity.com to learn more.

 
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Korea: Korea SAP Users' Group (KSUG)

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Korea SAP Users' Group (KSUG) is an independent organization of SAP customers and partners, which currently includes 50 membership companies and 2,000 online individual members. KSUG provides various face-to-face education programs and a networking platform for SAP users. KSUG also serves as a communication and interaction channel between members and SAP, with small interest groups that work actively on topics of common interest and information sessions related to SAP solutions.

Visit our Web site at http://ksug.or.kr to learn more.

 
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Japan: Japan SAP Users’ Group (JSUG)

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Japan SAP Users’ Group (JSUG) is an independent organization of SAP customers and partners, which was founded in 1996 and currently includes 500 membership companies with 4,500 individual members. JSUG provides a forum for members to communicate mutual concerns to SAP, influence software development, exchange ideas and best practices, participate in face-to-face educational opportunities, network with members, and establish future priorities.

JSUG is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at info@jsug.org or visit our Web site at www.jsug.org to learn more.

 
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New Zealand: New Zealand SAP User Group (NZSUG)

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New Zealand SAP User Group (NZSUG) provides a framework for individuals and organizations to collaborate and enhance their networking relationships within the SAP community in New Zealand. NZSUG is committed to promoting the relationship between SAP, implementation partners, and customers, as well as providing greater access to SAP experts and their knowledge in a collaborative forum.

Join the New Zealand SAP User Group on LinkedIn or visit our Web site at http://www.nzsug.co.nz to learn more.

 
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Philippines: Users of SAP in the Philippines (uSAP)

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Users of SAP in the Philippines (uSAP) shares SAP-specific information, knowledge, experiences, and excess resources among its members. uSAP also gives members a collective voice in negotiating with SAP on common issues and concerns, such as training schedules, development requests, implementation, and other SAP-related issues.

E-mail us at ann.marietta.sytin@sap.com or visit our Web site at http://www.usap.org.ph to learn more.

 
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Thailand: SAP Thai User Group (STUG)

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SAP Thai User Group (STUG) provides a forum for everyone who uses SAP products in Thailand to network with fellow SAP users, share experiences and ideas, and learn more about implementing and running SAP products. STUG participates in international meetings, meets with other SAP unions, and supports initiatives that will influence SAP in a beneficial way.

Visit our Web site at www.stug.in.th to learn more.

 
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Europe

Belgium: Belgian SAP User Group (SAPience.be)

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Belgian SAP User Group (SAPience.be) brings users of SAP and SAP BusinessObjects solutions together to share information, experience, knowledge, and ideas. SAPience.be not only connects corporate users, but also acts as a liaison between SAP and the user community. Participants grow in SAP skills via interesting talks with colleagues from other companies. SAPience.be also plays an important role in the definition of development requests toward SAP.

E-mail us at info@sapience.be or visit our Web site at www.sapience.be to learn more.

 
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Croatia: Croatian SAP User Group – Hrvatska udruga SAP korisnika (HrUSKo)

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Croatian SAP User Group – Hrvatska udruga SAP korisnika (HrUSKo) – enables members to share their knowledge and experience in using SAP technology, supports the relationship between SAP customers and SAP, and serves as a communication channel with SAP. Throughout the year, HrUSKo member companies meet at one major annual event and several subevents, and HrUSKo interest groups work actively on topics of common interest and information sessions related to SAP solutions.

E-mail us at info@hrusko.org, join us on LinkedIn, or visit our Web site at www.hrusko.org to learn more.

 

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Denmark: Danish SAP User Group (SAP4DK - SAP-brugergrupper)

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The Danish SAP User Group is set up to serve the needs of all SAP users, which now includes all SAP BusinessObjects customers, taking any member issues and concerns directly to SAP Denmark as well as providing members with a forum to share knowledge, best practice and expertise with industry peers.

Visit the web site https://www.sap4dk.com/public/ and learn more. 

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Finland: Finnish-speaking User Group (FINUG)

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Finnish-speaking User Group (FINUG) represents the SAP customer and partner community in Finland. It brings together users from various organizations to share experiences and exchange information. FINUG events and efforts, including one major annual event and several subevents, are aimed at providing a communication medium that allows SAP users within the region to effectively and collectively communicate with SAP.

FINUG is a member of SUGEN.

Visit our Web site at www.sapfinug.fi to learn more.

 
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France: Le club des Utilisateurs SAP Francophones (USF)

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Le club des Utilisateurs SAP Francophones (USF) provides 2,700 members from more than 450 organizations and 45 special interest groups (SIGS) and work groups with a platform for influencing the development of SAP products and services. USF’s annual flagship event is a two-day conference in mid-October that targets an audience of about 1,000 participants and 80 partner companies. USF also hosts a spring get-together in the Paris area that draws more than 400 participants.

USF is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at international@usf.fr or visit our Web site at www.usf.fr to learn more.

 
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Germany, Austria, Switzerland: German-speaking SAP User Group (DSAG)

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German-speaking SAP User Group (DSAG) represents all SAP users in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The group’s mission is to encourage the realization of SAP solutions that meet members’ needs and to promote the exchange of experiences and information both among SAP customers as well as with SAP. DSAG is a registered association (eingetragener Verein) with about 3,000 companies and more than 50,000 registered DSAG-members.

E-mail us at info@dsag.de or visit our Web site at www.dsag.de to learn more.

 
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Hungary: Hungarian SAP User Group (HUNSUG - SAP Felhasználók Csoportja)

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The Hungarian SAP User Group, HUNSUG, is a nonprofit organization that represents the SAP customer and partner community in Hungary. It brings together users from various organizations to share experiences and exchange information. HUNSUG events and efforts are aimed at providing a communication medium that allows SAP users within the region to effectively and collectively communicate with SAP.

Visit the web site http://hunsug.weebly.com/ and learn more. 

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Italy: SAP User & Prospect Group in Italian (AUSED-GUPS)

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SAP User & Prospect Group in Italian (AUSED-GUPS) is a permanent workshop inside the Aused association — one of the most important and influencing organizations of CIOs in the Italian ICT world. The goal of AUSED-GUPS is to share knowledge among the SAP user community and provide members with access to first-hand news. AUSED-GUPS hosts a number of events on a wide variety of topics to facilitate discussions and sharing of common business issues and best practices.

Visit our Web site at www.aused.org to learn more.

 
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Netherlands: Dutch-speaking User Group – Vereniging Nederlandstalige SAP Gebruikers (VNSG)

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Dutch-speaking User Group – Vereniging Nederlandstalige SAP Gebruikers (VNSG) – is an active organization with 800 member organizations. VNSG provides a forum for exchanging SAP software experiences and knowledge, provides insights on building a valuable network, looks after the interests of all members, and influences SAP.

VNSG is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at info@vnsg.nl or visit our Web site at www.vnsg.nl to learn more.

 
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Norway: SAP Brukerforening Norge (SBN)

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SAP Brukerforening Norge (SBN) is dedicated to helping SAP users share experiences, knowledge, and ideas by participating in high-quality networking activities and international meetings and collaborating with other SAP unions. SBN’s goal is to enhance users’ knowledge of SAP solutions; increase members’ ROI in SAP solutions; and support initiatives that will influence SAP in a beneficial way, including the proposal of system development requests.

SBN Norge is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at sbn@adfahrer.com or visit our Web site at www.sap-sbn.no to learn more.

 
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Portugal: Portuguese SAP User Group – Grupo de Utilizadores SAP em Portugal (GUSP)

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Portuguese SAP User Group – Grupo de Utilizadores SAP em Portugal (GUSP) – provides members with the means to network and share experiences and expectations. GUSP serves as a communication and interaction channel with SAP, supports interest groups that work actively on topics of common interest, and presents information sessions related to SAP solutions.

Visit our Web site at www.gusp.pt to learn more.

 
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Russia: Russian Speaking SAP User Group (RSUG)

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Russian Speaking SAP User Group (RSUG) represents the common interests of Russian speaking SAP users and enables members to share opinions, experience, and knowledge about running and optimizing SAP solutions. RSUG makes recommendations for creating SAP solutions and services that meet Russian speaking users’ needs, and represents the interests of Russian speaking and international users in discussions on the development strategy for SAP solutions.

 
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Serbia: Serbian SAP User Group – Udruženje SAP korisnika u Srbiji (USKUS)

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The Serbian SAP User Group (USKUS) enables members to share knowledge and experience in using SAP technology, supports the relationship between SAP customers and SAP, and serves as a communication channel with SAP. 

Visit our website http://uskus.rs/ or contact us via email info@uskus.rs to learn more.

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Slovenia: Slovenian Users of SAP (SUSAP)

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Slovenian Users of SAP (SUSAP) is an independent organization of Slovenian SAP users who exchange knowledge and experience about SAP functionalities through organized workshops and interest groups. With a focus on customer needs, SUSAP is dedicated to helping SAP improve localization and enabling networking between managers and experts.

Visit our Web site at www.susap.si to learn more.

 
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Spain: Asociación de Usuarios de SAP de España (AUSAPE)

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Asociación de Usuarios de SAP de España (AUSAPE) brings together SAP-related companies in Spain to exchange information of mutual interest regarding SAP products and to establish relations with other associations or professional groups. AUSAPE’s objectives include encouraging collaboration in actions of mutual interest, channeling influence over SAP, and promoting and providing training and knowledge sharing on SAP-related issues.

AUSAPE is a member of SUGEN and AUSIA.

E-mail us at secretaria@ausape.es or visit our Web site at www.ausape.es to learn more.

 
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Sweden: SAP User Group for Sweden – SAP Svenska Användarförening (SAPSA)

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SAP User Group for Sweden – SAP Svenska Användarförening (SAPSA) – organizes focus groups and conferences, informs members about SAP events in Sweden, and manages the SAP Magazine for Sweden. SAPSA also provides a platform for consultancy companies in the SAP ecosystem in Sweden.

SAPSA is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at sapsa@sapsa.se or visit our Web site at www.sapsa.se to learn more.

 
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Turkey: Turkish SAP User Group (SUGTURK)

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SUGTURK, the Turkish SAP user group, is a non-profit organization and SAP customer community located in Turkey. SUGTURK aims to create a platform to share the best practices and the knowledge in SAP products. Interest groups are also created to influence SAP with customer requests. Each year events specific to various topics are organized to share valuable information with the members. Based on this SUGTURK supports an intensive networking opportunity between SAP users.

Visit the web site http://www.sugturk.org and learn more. 

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UK and Ireland: UK & Ireland SAP User Group (SUG UK&I)

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UK & Ireland SAP User Group (SUG UK&I) serves the needs of all SAP users, taking any member issues and concerns directly to SAP UK as well as providing members with a forum to share knowledge, best practices, and expertise with industry peers. With a membership base of over 600 organizations, comprised of more than 6,000 professionals, SUG UK&I provides an independent voice for SAP users in the UK and Ireland, enables members to drive the future development of SAP products and services, and supports a channel for SAP to communicate to users.

SUG UK&I is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at support@sapusers.org or visit our Web site at www.sapusers.org to learn more.

 
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Middle East & Africa

Middle East and North Africa: SAP User Group Middle East & North Africa (SUG MENA)

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SAP User Group Middle East & North Africa (SUG MENA) is dedicated to bringing SAP users together to foster knowledge sharing. SUG MENA’s vision is to facilitate the exchange of experiences, knowledge, best practices, and industry expertise among peers. SUG MENA provides a networking platform to increase communication between various users and SAP and to provide a collective view on local and regional needs.

SUG MENA is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at secretary@sugmena.com or visit our Web site at www.sugmena.org to learn more.

 
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South Africa: African SAP User Group (AFSUG)

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African SAP User Group (AFSUG) represents the customer and partner community in Sub-Saharan Africa. In order to network, influence, and educate members, AFSUG runs CIO forums, special interest groups (SIGs), and a biannual conference named SAPHILA. The AFSUG board and AFSUG office work closely with SAP South Africa (primary office in Johannesburg).

AFSUG is a member of SUGEN.

E-mail us at info@afsug.co.za or visit our Web site at www.afsug.com to learn more.

 
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