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Proof of Performance

Thursday, November 16, 2006
Proof of Performance
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Several hundred people attended the ASUG Human Capital Management
Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona, to learn more about how mySAP ERP HCM
brings financial and operational benefits to companies that deploy it.
One of the results: standardizing on one platform cuts HR costs.
"Technology drives down HR costs." That comment, from Katharina
Mullers-Patel, senior principal, SAP Value Engineering, was a
recurring theme at the Americas SAP Users Group (ASUG) Human Capital
Management (HCM) Symposium. Several hundred people gathered in
Phoenix, Arizona, to learn more about how mySAP ERP HCM brings
financial and operational benefits to companies that deploy it. And
with specific details about how what can be accomplished with HR
technology and best practices, Mullers-Patels talk was a highlight of
the two-day event.

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