In our September posts, we talked about how to get the most out of attending a seminar and using social media to enhance the seminar experience. On December 8-10, a seminar will be held in Las Vegas for optimizing payroll in SAP.
All three speakers from the Philadelphia and Chicago seminars are excited to be in Las Vegas for the third and final seminar. They’ll bring their depth of knowledge and experience with business process, configuration, and technical to share the smallest of details about SAP payroll.
Speakers are Jennifer Adams from AspireHR, Yu Chen from Deloitte, and ICG’s own Mike Timm. You can learn more about the speakers here.
The previous two seminars went very well and the volume of information presented was incredible. Detailed explanations and open discussions focused on SAP payroll is a wonderful experience. The breadth of topics covered at the seminar will keep you going back to your session notes for all the gems and put you at the top of your game. Don’t underestimate the networking opportunity and getting to know the other attendees and speakers very well and becoming a tight knit group. You’ll be able to walk away with new friends and contacts you can continue to talk about SAP payroll with and gain new ideas and see how they work at their organizations.
Mike will be presenting five sessions during the conference and will also be on the rapid-fire Q&A panel held on the end of day two.
On day one, his presentation will cover the ten most critical factors that impact the accuracy and efficiency of SAP payroll.
On day two, he will take on integrating payroll with accounting (FI/CO) and benefits: configuration guidelines and best practices to reduce complexity. His second presentation will be a comprehensive guide to US taxes and their impact on payroll operations. The third will be on managing payroll claims, garnishments, month-end accruals, and more: lessons from the trenches.
On day three, his presentation will be on field-tested strategies to avoid or overcome the most common and costly payroll and time-related challenges.
Mike’s excited to share his knowledge and experiences in an environment where the focus is all on payroll and those who care about payroll.
Keep up with us before, during, and after the seminar by following us on twitter: @MikeTimmSAP and @SAPinsiderHR. Also, search for the hashtag “payrollseminar” to see what others are saying about the seminar.
Here at Integrated Consulting Group, we specialize in the design, development, and customization of SAP Human Capital Management business software for leading edge North American companies with global reach. Have any questions about SAP? Feel free to contact us via the contact page of our site, or on Twitter or LinkedIn.
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