ERP Corp, a leading provider of SAP® Controlling and Financials consulting and training services, recently announced the winners of the 2017 SAP Controlling Community Awards.
The award was presented to the winner at the opening of Controlling 2017 Conference in San Diego, CA. Controlling 2017 is the only dedicated conference for SAP professionals working with the management accounting (CO) module of SAP. The most important decision-makers in the SAP controlling community attended the event.
The annual SAP Controlling Community Awards recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of SAP Controlling. Nominations were made by global members of the SAP Controlling Community. The winners of the 2017 awards were Ashish Sampat and John Jordan.
Ashish Sampat is an experienced finance and costing professional with nearly two decades of industry experience in the SAP Finance and Controlling space. Ashish has been an SAP consultant for most of his career with various consulting organizations and now works as an independent SAP FI/CO consultant. He has provided solutions in several areas of SAP Controlling including product costing, material ledger, and cost center accounting to global clients in consumer packed goods, life sciences, and industrial sectors. Born and educated in India, Ashish now lives in suburban Chicago with his wife and two kids. Ashish is the author of two books published by Espresso Tutorials including First Steps in SAP Controlling (CO) and Expert Tips to Unleash the Full Potential of SAP Controlling.
John Jordan is founder and principle consultant at ERP Corp, which provides expert SAP consulting and training services. John regularly speaks at conferences, publishes articles, and is the author of SAP PRESS bestsellers:
• Product Cost Controlling with SAP (3rd Edition) (2016)
• Production Variance Analysis in SAP Controlling (2nd Edition) (2011)
•100 Things You Should Know About Controlling with SAP (2nd Edition) (2015)
He is considered one of the leading experts in the SAP Controlling component by clients and peers.