Momentum – SAP Business One User Conference 2018-01-30T16:21:56+00:00

Momentum – SAP Business One User Conference

Driving Your Business Forward.

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3 Great Locations. 1 Great Event.

Innovate. Leverage. Connect. Join us for Momentum 2018, THE premiere SAP Business One event dedicated specifically to ProjectLine customers. Implementing SAP Business One is an important step in achieving your growth goals. But it’s only the first step. Join other users to learn how you can implement a culture of continuous improvement across the organization, leveraging the tools already at your disposal in SAP Business One. Hear from industry experts and SAP Business One users. Choose the content that’s most relevant to your organization. Learn how you can continue driving your business forward.

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Why Attend

This year, our focus is on continuous improvement. As an SMB running SAP Business One ourselves, it’s something we strive for. And we want to help you do the same. Here’s what you can look forward to:

  • Explore new features that can help you achieve increased efficiency.
  • Pick up innovative ideas to use existing functionality from other system users.

  • Expand your skills using reporting and analytics tools in SAP Business One.

  • Hear about managing explosive growth from our keynote speaker.
  • Network with other SAP Business One users and share best practices.
  • Get answers to your questions at the Consultant’s Corner – ProjectLine experts are at your disposal.

“It’s great to hear about problems and solutions from other businesses similar to ours.”

“Seeing what is coming down the pipeline arose my curiosity about how we can utilize it [the system] to improve our processes in an effort to become more efficient.”

“The sessions were very informative and on topics that I can implement as soon as I return to the office.”

“This allowed us to see things we could do to improve efficiency in the system, but at the same time show us the capabilities for future work.”

“It’s a great opportunity to learn about current processes that may not be used, and also upcoming changes.”

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