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  • 20–21 October, 2021
  • Online - Live

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the strategic importance of cash-flow visibility, managing liquidity and mitigating financial risk. The role of the corporate treasurer has never been more critical in allowing businesses to survive and thrive when both opportunity and threats abound.

Designed for both existing and new SAP users, SAP Treasury and Working Capital Management Live is your opportunity to hear how your business processes can be reimagined to deliver efficient and automated treasury operations. Hear from global SAP users, SAP solution experts and SAP’s rich partner ecosystem - all will share real life insights, learnings and best practice that will allow your treasury team to prosper in these times of change.

With exclusive and always business focused content at your fingertips, don't miss this opportunity to join together with this long-standing, international community and address key industry challenges, hot topics and future development.

Event Category
Partner Event
Event Type
Online - Live
Consumer Industries, Discrete Industries, Energy and Natural Resources, Financial Services, Public Services, Service Industries, Consumer Products, Life Sciences, Retail, Wholesale Distribution, Agribusiness, Fashion, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, High Tech, Industrial Manufacturing, OEM (High Tech), Semiconductor, Software Providers, Chemicals, Mill Products, Mining, Oil, Gas, and Energy, Utilities, Building Products, Cement, Oil Field Services, Waste and Environmental Services, Banking, Insurance, Defense and Security, Healthcare, Higher Education and Research, Public Sector, Federal and National Government, Future Cities, Postal, Public Security, Regional, State, and Local Government, Engineering, Construction, and Operations, Media, Professional Services, Sports and Entertainment, Telecommunications, Travel and Transportation, Entertainment, Sports, Cargo Transportation and Logistics, Passenger Travel and Leisure
United Kingdom
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