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SAP Inside Track Washington DC 2013


Event Details 

Join us at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington DC for the third SAP Inside Track in the nations capital. Come to learn and share your knowledge with your peers as well as make a few friends.  Inside Tracks have been very successful in other parts of the world, including Europe, Australia, and South America, so this event should be no exception.   

The elevators to the 6th floor require a pass before 8am, please plan to arrive after 8am if possible.

Register to attend

We are using Eventbrite for registration this year. Please register SAP Inside Track Washington DC.

Register to present

Eventbrite is also used to register to present, but please include an session abstract with your REGISTRATION .


More sessions being added and the schedule is subject to change.

We will attempt to stream the sessions online and trust we have no network issues this year.


Independence Room 


9.00-9.30 am 

Breakfast Mixer


9.30-9.50 am

Introduction and logistics

Plan for the day, WIFI, Lunch and miscellaneous details.

10.00-10.50 am

Dorothee Andermann (SAP)

What the HEC is SAPHANA Enterprise Cloud?

Slides | Recording

11.00-11.50 am

Derek Loranca (AETNA) SAP Mentor

SAP BusinessObjects How-to Montage:

Take a look at how one customer has implemented the SAP BusinessObjects suite and what tips and tricks they've put together to make it work in their challenging environment

Slides | Recording

12.00-1.00 pm 



1.00-1.50 pm

John Astill (SAP) SAP Mentor

SAP Screen Personas. Discover how SAP uses SAP Screen Personas to enhance the user experience of employees.

2.00-2.50 pm

Christopher Salvatore (SAP)

SAP Global Customer Office Mobile Strategy.

Learn how SAPs own Global Customer Office defines, delivers and operates a successful mobile strategy enabling the SAP Account Executives.

3.00-3.50 pm

John Astill (SAP) SAP Mentor

Internet of Things?

Internet of Things, a real world use case using personal fitness devices. Explore the integration of Fitness Devices as seen at TechEd Demo Jam 2013.

Try your hand with Anki as seen at WWDC keynote. Artificial intelligence visualized with cool toys.

4.00-4.30 pm 


Drinks and Tacos from District Taco

What you need to bring

Photo ID! The Ronald Reagan Building is a Federal Building with airport style security at the entrances. You will need to have a valid photo ID to enter the building. For example a drivers license or passport.

How to get here


Suite 600, The Ronald Reagan Building North Tower
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington DC


There is public parking under the Ronald Reagan Building with entrances on 14th St and Pennsylvania Avenue. For a full day this costs around $25.


The Ronald Reagan Building is next to the Federal Triangle Metro Station which is on the blue and orange lines. If you take the AMTRAK or MARC trains to Washington DC, the metro is your easiest option to get to the Ronald Reagan Building.


Washington DC now offers cycle sharing through the Capital Bikeshare program. This allows to you to borrow bikes at one destination and leave them at another. If you do not have too many bags this may be a convenient and interesting option for you to travel within Washington DC, for example from Union Station to the Ronald Reagan Building. This will also give you a better view of the city's landmarks.




Our friends at SAP Runs SAP have provided the giveaways for tomorrow. Don't miss your chance.  



Guest wifi is available onsite. A token is required and will be provided on request.

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