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SAP user groups are independent, not-for-profit organizations. Made up of SAP customer and partners, they are dedicated to educating members, facilitating customer involvement, and influencing SAP's strategy.
The Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) is a community of professionals with common business interests, experiences, challenges, and pursuits. As an independent organization and a dynamic forum, it has facilitated the sharing of insight and information among ASUG members for 20 years. ASUG has helped people and companies discover answers, explore new ideas, solve problems, and develop professional relationships.
With regional chapters and special interest groups throughout the U.S. and Canada and a full slate of interactive gatherings and annual events, ASUG nurtures thought leadership and generates a steady flow of user-driven educational content and product perspectives.
ASUG Argentina is a nonprofit organization, with SAP's independence, composed by members from business customers of SAP.
Our Mission: ASUG Argentina is a forum to interact on common concerns, influence software development, promote the exchange of ideas, and recommend priorities for new enhancements to SAP – with a focus on improving the return of investment in SAP software and technology.
ASUG Argentina is a SUGEN member.
ASUG Brasil represents the companies that uses SAP in Brazil These companies are responsible for 59% of Brazilian GDP. Our mission is add value to members through the search of common solutions, sharing of knowledge, and representation of collective interests with the SAP.
ASUG – Associação de Usuários SAP do Brasil is a SUGEN member.
ASUG Chile (Asociación de Usuarios SAP de Chile) was initiated on December 6th, 2012 to maintain a value network of members that exchange their knowledge and lessons learned, and also influence SAP’s ecosystem.
Our ultimate goal is to help our companies to optimize their return on investment in SAP solutions.
Since 1999, ASUG Colombia is an independent, nonprofit association of SAP users that provides value to members through the sharing of best practices and experiences and the collection of common interests to be reviewed by SAP and/or partners. ASUG Colombia offers its members sessions and infodays focused on SAP strategies, localization, support services, and industry (product) trends in a collaborative forum.
ASUG Columbia also supports initiatives in services, drives relationships with other SAP user associations, promotes success stories, develops content, and executes an annual congress among others.
Asociación Peruana de Usuarios SAP was founded July 9, 2010, to promote the implementation and efficient use of SAP products. ASUG Peru's objectives include sharing information that is valuable for its members, providing a forum for education and knowledge exchange around best practices for SAP products, and promoting the development of activities, policies, and services to benefit SAP users in the country.
Created in 2011, ASUG Venezuela is an independent, nonprofit association of SAP users that provides value to members through the sharing of best practices and experiences and the collection of common interests to be reviewed by SAP and/or partners.
ASUG Venezuela offers to its members collaborative sessions and information days focused on SAP strategies, localization, support services, and industry (product) trends. ASUG Venezuela also supports initiatives in services, drives relationships with other SAP user associations, promotes success stories, develops content, and hosts an annual congress.
The ASUG Venezuela vision is to be a consolidated, strategic community that promotes the integration of SAP users in Venezuela, creating value for them. The ASUG Venezuela mission is to create and maintain value networks among its members – sharing knowledge that promotes the adoption, optimization, and enhancement of their SAP solutions.
ASUG México y Centroamérica A.C.
Founded in 2000, ASUG México y Centroamérica provides its members with a forum to communicate mutual concerns to SAP, influence software development, exchange ideas and best practices, and participate in face-to-face and online educational opportunities. With a total of 120 installation members and more than 1,000 individual members, ASUG México y Centroamérica has activities mainly in three cities : México City, Guadalajara and Monterrey. Currently ASUG is planning to increase its activities and resources through partners' collaboration and memberships.
ASUG México y Centroamérica A.C. is a SUGEN member.
ASUG Ecuador is a nonprofit association comprised of SAP user corporations with the main goal of exchanging knowledge, experiences, and best practices among its members in order to accomplish the enhancement of solutions, in collaboration with SAP and its ecosystem in areas of common interest, focusing on local needs in Ecuador, with total independence from SAP.