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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.
Association of Chinese SAP Users is an independent, nonprofit organization being registered as a sub-association of CCUA under MCA China. ACSU provides a forum for individuals and companies within the SAP community to share knowledge, network with their peers, influence the direction of SAP solutions, and provide ongoing education for all members.
CSUA is a SUGEN member.
The SAP Australian User Group (SAUG) provides a forum for individuals and companies within the SAP community to share knowledge, network with their peers, influence the direction of SAP solutions, and provide ongoing education for all members. SAUG is dedicated to providing our members year-round support, along with the tools and opportunities to get the best value from their SAP investment.
SAP Australia User Group is a SUGEN member.
SAP User Group (Hong Kong) Limited is an independent, nonprofit organization registered in Hong Kong. It is formed and joined by member companies that use SAP software in Hong Kong. We serve our members in using the SAP software better by organizing regular networking groups and discussion forums for our members to exchange ideas and share experiences with SAP products and services.
INDUS – SAP User Group for the Indian subcontinent – allows SAP and SAP users to exchange information of mutual interest and value. SAP users also have the opportunity to share their experiences, knowledge, and ideas. INDUS activities are governed by INDUS by-laws, which spell out the basic structure of INDUS, membership criteria, when and how the group meets, the governing bodies (directors, members, and committees), how they are selected, roles and responsibilities, procedures for elections, and how the group makes decisions and delegates responsibilities. So let's collaborate, co-innovate, and influence to make a difference.
INDUS – SAP India User Group is a SUGEN member.
The Japan SAP Users' Group (JSUG) is an independent organization of SAP customers and partners, which was founded in 1996 and currently includes 500 membership companies with 4500 individual members. JSUG provides a forum for members to communicate mutual concerns to SAP, influence software development, exchange ideas and best practices, participate in face-to-face educational opportunities, network with members, and establish future priorities.
JSUG is a SUGEN member.
The New Zealand SAP User Group (NZSUG) is a nonprofit based organization that provides a framework for individuals and organizations to collaborate and enhance their networking relationships within the New Zealand SAP community. NZSUG is committed to promoting the relationship between SAP, implementation partners, and customers as well as providing greater access to SAP experts and their knowledge in a collaborative forum.
uSAP is an association of users of SAP in the Philippines that serves as a venue for sharing SAP-specific information, knowledge, experiences, and excess resources among its members. It also provides the members a collective voice in negotiating with SAP items of common interest to the member companies such as training schedules, development requests (e.g,. localization requirements), implementation, and other SAP-related issues.
STUG is for everyone who uses SAP products in Thailand. The objectives for our group are:
Network to enable exchange of experience, competence and ideas between members.
Increase users' knowledge of SAP and contribute to an increased ROI coming from the usage of SAP applications.
Participate in international meetings and meet other SAP unions.
Support initiatives that will influence SAP in a beneficial way for the demands of the users (includes the proposal of system development requests).