Winshuttle User Group Brings Together Customer and Partner Ecosystem to Discuss SAP Data Management Solutions
Bothell, WA – April 13, 2009 –Winshuttle, the leading provider of data entry and extraction tools for SAP users, today announced that it will kick-off its participation in the ASUG/Sapphire Conference with the company’s first annual Winshuttle User Group (WUG) event. WUG is a forum for the leading minds in business and technology to work together to tackle the challenges of SAP data management, workforce empowerment and collaboration across all areas of business. WUG will take place at the International Plaza Resort & Spa in Orlando, Florida on May 11, 2009.
WUG guests will have a chance to hear from featured guest speaker R “Ray” Wang, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., as well as other industry leaders discussing the latest trends in data management.
Mr. Wang analyzes trends in enterprise resource planning (ERP) for the enterprise and midmarket. Recognized by the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations as Analyst of the Year in 2008, Mr. Wang will draw upon his understanding of the overall ecosystem of solutions, technology, and system integrators to provide strategies for success in the competitive landscape of enterprise software.
In addition, Lewis Carpenter, Winshuttle’s CEO, along with Vikram Chalana, the company’s founder and CTO, will present Winshuttle’s plans and product roadmap for the upcoming year. “WUG provides a unique opportunity to join our customers and partners in focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing our marketplace,” said Carpenter. “Whenever we bring the Winshuttle community together, the exchange of ideas and new relationships that are formed are highly valuable to all parties in attendance.”
Following the presentations, WUG guests have an opportunity to attend a cocktail reception and dinner hosted by Winshuttle. If you are interested in attending the WUG event, please visit http://www.winshuttle.com/wug, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1-800-711-9798.