These utility heavyweights are all presenting at the SAUG National Summit in Sydney on 26-27 August 2019; sharing their experience with digital transformation, cloud, data governance, customer experience, the experience economy and more.

Utility magazine readers receive a discount to the SAUG National Summit 2019, held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. This is the flagship event of the SAP Australian User Group (SAUG), the largest SAP user community in Australia.

The SAUG National Summit (Summit) is recognised as Australia’s premier SAP-centric event, attracting over 650 delegates. The Summit agenda covers the most topical SAP subject matter over two days; with each of the two days of the Summit featuring seven streams, including a brand new CX (customer experience) stream offering both a technical focus (day 1) and a line of business focus (day 2).

At this year’s Summit, the agenda will feature a host of senior executives from utility heavyweights, such as Sydney Water, Endeavour Energy, Hydro Tasmania, AGL, Synergy, Energy Queensland and more. These speakers will share their experiences and insights regarding major IT transformation journeys.

In addition, the agenda will also feature more speakers than ever, including customers and subject matter experts, delivering insightful presentations on the hottest topics including digital transformation, S/4HANA migration, AI and machine learning, advanced analytics, financial transformation, people engagement and optimising SAP.

SAP customers featuring at this year’s SAUG National Summit include the Bureau of Meteorology, Orora Group, Coca Cola Amatil, Xinja, Transport for NSW, Glencore Coal, Lion, Broadspectrum, Department of Finance and many, many more.

The SAUG National Summit provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn from and network with SAP customers who have already commenced an SAP implementation.  The Summit will also feature:

  • Industry thought leaders such as Ray Wang from Constellation Research and Geraldine McBride from MyWave AI, demystifying the latest technologies such as machine learning and AI.
  • Global SAP executives sharing product pathways and strategies. We’ll have Keith Strodtman, Senior VP and COO of SAP Customer Success; Toros Aledjian, Design Senior Product Manager; Lars Reuter, S/4HANA Product Management and Head of S/4HANA Regional Implementation Group; Dr Uwe Grigoleit, Global SVP and GM SAP S/4HANA; Matthew Goss, Managing Director ANZ SAP Concur; plus many more.
  • SAP expert mentors and technology ambassadors helping you to make the most of your SAP solution. The relationship that the SAP Australian User Group has with the SAP mentors and technology ambassadors is one that is valued highly. These individuals are at the top of their game; experts in their field and in working with SAP solutions.
  • Great networking opportunities so you can mingle with like-minded people in a relaxed environment. Meet in the Exhibition Hall on Monday evening, directly after the last session, for the networking functions. Enjoy a delectable selection of canapes served with beer, wine or soft drink against a backdrop of a smooth yet funky jazz quartet.

Registrations for the SAUG National Summit close on Thursday 22 August 2019. Don’t miss the opportunity to register for Australia’s premier customer-run SAP event.

Utility magazine readers, who are not currently members of the SAUG, currently receive a 20 per cent discount off the non-member registration rate for the SAUG National Summit 2019. Simply enter the code SAUGUM2019 when you register.


Charlotte Pordage is Editor of Utility magazine, a position she has held since November 2018. She joined the team as an Associate Editor in October 2017, after sharpening her writing and editing skills across a range of print and digital publications. Charlotte graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, in 2011 with joint honours in English and Latin. When she's not putting together Australia's only dedicated utility magazine, she can usually be found riding her horse or curled up with a good book.

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