Event
All with focus on S4/HANA

Meet us at Convention USF 2021

Lille, France

SOA People, a key player of the SAP French ecosystem, is pleased to participate as a Silver partner to the most important annual event for SAP French-speaking users. For this occasion, we will be sharing our expertise with Galler’s testimonial (REX) on its fast and successful SAP S/4HANA conversion project.
Meet our experts at booth number 50.

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6 & 7 October 2021
09:00 - 18:00 Paris Time

USF is the French-speaking SAP users association and was founded over 20 years ago. Independent from SAP, its objectives are the exchange of knowledge, reflection and the sharing of experiences between French-speaking users.

SOA People, an SAP Platinum partner, participates each year in the USF Convention, a must for all French-speaking SAP users.
Our team of experts will be there for you at booth number 50, giving you a good opportunity to share your challenges and get advice on how you can make the most of your SAP system.

SOA People prides itself on being a product company as well as delivering first class SAP services. Our main areas of expertise are maintenance services, scheduling and Credit Management. We also provide a strong and efficient methodology to help you make your journey to SAP S/4HANA successful.

For this occasion, we'll be giving the floor to our client Galler. Claude Favreau, SAP Project Director at Galler, will share a successful SAP S/4HANA project with you during the convention. Follow the “Chocolate Route” from Belgium to Brazil and discover this unique project of a conversion to the Intelligent Enterprise. From financing to procurement, with a taste for robotics, Artificial Intelligence and process automation, this is an inspiring project and successful thanks to the solid partnership between Galler and the experts of SOA People.

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Speaker
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Claude Favreau

External advisor and SAP project director at Galler

Claude Favreau has more than 25 years of experience in SAP projects. He lead the ECC6 and BPR projects at Galler and is the key player in the migration project.

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