Through my careers as a cost accountant, accounting manager, project manager, and an education
consultant I’ve attended countless conferences on SAP FI-CO. My first experience with this particular
conference was in 2014. I was quite impressed with the roster of speakers, the breadth of the topics,
and the size of the event. It is just large enough to draw a diverse cross section of SAP CO users and
consultants and just small enough for you to be able to connect with individuals. Where else could
you chat over lunch with the legendary Janet Salmon?
Where else could you ask direct questions of
the Material Ledger experts, Paul Ovigele and Rogerio Faleiros? Where else can you access and
download all of the presentation content?
At my first event, Controlling 2014, I was astonished at the quality of the session content. I quickly
realized that this was an event where you could learn something, you could take away meaningful
knowledge offered in every session. Before this, my conference experience was that most were really
just sales events. I’d sat in far too many sessions where audience questions were not taken.
Controlling 2014 was a whole new world for me. I began to avidly promote the event to all of my
clients and students.
And if you are interested in a panel discussion on how S4/HANA affects CO-PA profitability analysis,
please join me in this customer panel:
See you in September!
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