Ask A Fixer: Why An Optimization Project Should Be In Your 2018 Plans


Start: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 12:00 PM (CT), 1:00 PM (ET), 11:00 AM (MT), 10:00 AM (PT)

End: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 1:00 PM (CT), 2:00 PM (ET), 12:00 AM (MT), 11:00 AM (PT)

There are many reasons for optimizing your current SAP setup. For example, the business model may have changed or companies may want to take advantage of new functionality such as the New General Ledger (New GL) or, more recently S/4HANA. Also, the company may have subsequently made a number of acquisitions which don’t fit their original system design but were bolted onto the original configuration anyway, or the company may have evolved in a different direction and their original SAP blueprint is no longer appropriate in the current climate. There is also the common issue of SAP not being well implemented due to time pressure, too much customization, or a poor implementation approach.

Attend this webcast with Paul Ovigele, Founder and CEO, ERPfixers, and Sydnie McConnell, Business Systems Analyst, Woodward, Inc., to learn more about the following:

  • Why Optimization is needed for SAP customers?
  • Which route should you take in an Optimization Project?
  • Typical Methodology for Optimization.
  • Examples of what could go wrong when Best Practices are not followed.
  • Real life example of Optimizing an SAP system.


Paul Ovigele, Founder and CEO, ERPfixers
Sydnie McConnell, Business Systems Analyst, Woodward



Ask a Fixer is a live ASUG-hosted Q&A session with one of ERPfixers’ top-rated SAP experts (“Fixers”) in a specific module or topic. In this real-time discussion session, you have the opportunity to pose your specific questions to a Fixer, who will provide an immediate answer during the forum. This is a great way to get quick answers to your pressing issues, as well as learn from questions posted by other users during the forum.

If you cannot attend: The webcast will be recorded. The link to the recording will be posted here and emailed to all registrants.