As part of our commitment to providing independent Unit4 Business World (UBW/Agresso) advice, we host product related information briefings throughout the year. Our next event, to which you are cordially invited is our UBW Successful Upgrade Workshop. A day dedicated to ensuring your next upgrade is a success.
Our Independent Milestone 6
UBW Myths, Rumours & Gotchas!
Getting it Right
Throughout the day we will be sharing all you need to know about upgrading UBW, including: when best to upgrade, and which release is best for you based on the same scoping, timing, resourcing, and planning practices we successfully deliver to local authorities, emergency and health services, HE institutions, not-for-profit organisations, and global commercial enterprises. We will share these best practices and address any queries regarding your pending or current upgrade
The complete Agenda is as follows:
09:15 Early Bird Activity over Hot Drinks and Muffins
09:45 Welcome from Director Mark Bloomer
10:00 Upgrading U4BW: Facts, Myths and Rumours
Presented by Tom Jordon
– Do we really need to upgrade?
– What if we don’t – the pros and cons?
– Benefits of upgrading
– Milestones and Updates
– Adapting to Unit4’s release schedule
10:30 Our Independent Milestone6 Review
Presented by Allan Burrows
– Including What’s new
– Report Engine 9
– Gotchas! Real issues you need to know about
12:45 Getting it Right Presented
by Andrew Smith-West
Scoping Timing Resourcing Planning
13:45 Customer Requested Topics
Throughout January we polled our customer-base on specific U4BW functions they want us to cover on the day: Those with the most votes, which we wil cover in detail are:
Budget Books Requisitions Modeler Collaboration TaskManager
We invite those who can to join us for a final refreshment break in the Garden Lounge, before going home.
About the Presenters:
Integra Senior Consultant and Commercial Director
CIMA Qualified Accountant with 20 Years U4BW (Agresso) ERP Implementation experience.
Senior Project Manager
With nearly 25 years’ experience of managing Agresso projects, Tom was responsible in 1993 for the first live implementation of the U4BW (Agresso) product within the UK.