January 19, 2013
Symmetry is one of the first SAP channel partners in the nation to successfully implement SAP Sybase ASEMilwaukee, WI — January 19, 2013 —
Symmetry Corporation, an SAP® certified hosting partner, value-added reseller and IT leader in technical managed services for SAP customers, announces its upcoming presence and featured educational session on SAP Sybase ASE at the Admin & Infrastructure 2013 Conference. The track session, Critical Considerations for Leveraging the SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise for More Efficient Database Management will discuss the operation-centric considerations and project measures necessary for managing the cutting-edge database.
“Symmetry is one of the first SAP channel partners in the nation to successfully implement SAP Sybase ASE,” states Dan Wilhelms, conference presenter and President of Symmetry Corporation. “Through our backed experience and on-going knowledge sharing, we aim to guide IT professionals who are considering implementing or migrating to SAP Sybase ASE. This track session is sure to up a company’s game plan and renew the way decision makers look at managing their SAP projects, so in the end they arrive at their goal operations and budget.”
Critical Considerations for Leveraging the SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise for More Efficient Database Management will be presented Wednesday, Mar. 20, 4:45-6:00 p.m. by Symmetry president, Dan Wilhelms. This session is a subset of the Track 6: Data Management. Wilhelms will be covering critical considerations about SAP Sybase ASE, how to migrate or implement the database, a real client case study and tips for managing your day-to-day system.
The SAPinsider hosted event takes place Mar. 19-22 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Hotel. The Admin & Infrastructure 2013 Conference is a must-attend event for decision-makers who manage, deploy, and support SAP environments. The conference will be comprised of performance-focused workshops, SAP-driven track sessions presented by industry thought leaders, SAP’s booth, and the much-anticipated Solutions Showcase.
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