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VNSG 2014

April 3 and 4 the Dutch SAP User Group organized its annual event “VNSG Congres”. Theme in 2014 was “User Centric”, the agenda offered a lot of sessions on how to improve the user experience on top of SAP.

See the recap movie for a short impression:




The Next View's presence focused on SAP – Microsoft interoperability, a joint effort of SAP, Cordis Solutions and The Next View. We demo'd solutions to improve the user experience for organisations that have SAP as backend system and SharePoint as frontend.





Workshop Identity Management by Wim Dausy and Wim van Erp.




Workshop SAP Screen Personas by Jasper Oudenaarden en Andre de Boer.




Friends and former colleagues Margreet Klerkx, Norbert Maijoor and Bart van Lankveld hosted a User Centered Design & Delivery workshop.




More pictures in my VNSG album.

I also hosted a talk about Design Thinking for Field Service Engineers – but will cover that in a separate blog soon.

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