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SAP World Tour bound for Middle East

The SAP World Tour 2006 will arrive in Riyadh on April 4, and in Dubai on April 5. The SAP World Tour brings SAP top executives and experts directly to customers at local events to inform them about mySAP ERP, SAP NetWeaver foundation, and the role Enterprise Services Architecture will play in future IT ecosystems.

The SAP World Tour 2006 will arrive in Riyadh on April 4, and in Dubai on April 5. The SAP World Tour brings SAP top executives and experts directly to customers at local events to inform them about mySAP ERP, SAP NetWeaver foundation, and the role Enterprise Services Architecture will play in future IT ecosystems.

Following last year’s successful SAP Best of SAP World Tour, the SAP World Tour 2006 is expected to reach nearly 100 cities over the course of the year.

The World Tour visits in Riyadh and Dubai comprises keynote and special presentations by several executives from SAP, including Kai Hessenmueller, vice president SAP AG, Mark Tate-Smith, director Global Demo Systems SAP AG, and Hichem Maha, Director SAP AG.

“This year’s SAP World Tour is a ‘can’t miss’ event,” said Shai Agassi, executive board member, SAP. “How businesses adapt to change is on everyone’s mind. The SAP World Tour will show customers first hand how mySAP ERP, SAP NetWeaver, and the use of Enterprise Services Architecture, help make businesses more flexible, more efficient, and better able to adapt to change in order to stay one step ahead of the competition.”

More information: www.saparabia.com/sapworldtour06

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