Minneapolis, MN, February 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Think IT, a professional development association for IT professionals in the Twin Cities, has announced the launch of its newest group designed for SAP professionals. The Think IT SAP Professionals Collaboration group will be open to SAP technical, functional, and business professionals.
Think IT’s newest group will hold in-person roundtable meetings to discuss relevant and timely topics surrounding SAP. Each meeting will be facilitated by a current member who will choose the discussion topic. The purpose of the group is to further develop the knowledge, training, and skills of its members in order to help them achieve personal goals and contribute more effectively to their organizations.
With the increasing presence and growth of the SAP software within organizations, Think IT recognized the importance of creating a group specifically designed to bring SAP professionals together. “We believe that this group will allow members to gain a more well-rounded understanding of SAP professionals in different roles. We hope that this increased understanding will help them to collaborate more efficiently and increase overall productivity and success throughout their organizations,” said Richard Walker, Chairman of Think IT Association.
The group’s first meeting is set to take place on Wednesday, February 27th at 3M and the topic of the meeting will be “Testing SAP Customization.” For more information on Think IT and the SAP Professionals Collaboration group, please visit www.thinkITassociation.org.
About Think IT
The overall mission of Think IT is to foster professional growth and development through the power of networking and collaboration. The association currently has 7 groups with over 1,200 members within the Minneapolis/St. Paul community. Each group meets on a monthly basis in an informal, roundtable format with a different leader from the group facilitating each session. Along with the monthly meetings, we also have quarterly events where we invite a guest speaker to present on a hot topic. For more information, please visit www.ThinkITAssociation.org.