Top Reasons to Attend TC Sessions: Enterprise

August 27, 2019

The Approyo team is very excited to be a part of TechCrunch TC Sessions: Enterprise on September 5 in San Francisco! We are a Featured Startup at the event and will be showcasing SAP S/4HANA migrations at our table. This is a packed one day event, so we wanted to highlight a few of the major reasons why you should attend!

 

Visit the Approyo Table

This one is pretty obvious! Our CEO, Christopher Carter, as well at our CTO Sean Gilmour and our Sr. Director of SAP, Tim Reiss will be on hand talking about S/4HANA upgrades and migrations and why Approyo > Bacon! If you are attending make sure to stop by the table and say Hi to the team!

 

Industry Speakers

The line-up of guest speakers highlights the SAP ecosystem! Here are some of our top speakers this year:

 

  • DJ Paoni - President, North America (SAP)

  • Sanjay Poonen - Chief Operating Officer, Customer Operations, (VMware)

  • Max Wessel - Chief Innovation Officer, (SAP)

  • Aaron Levie, Co-Founder & CEO (Box)

  • Aparna Sinha, Director, Product Management for Kubernetes & Anthos (Google).

  • George Brady, CTO (Capital One)

  • Jim Clarke, Director of Quantum Hardware (Intel)

  • Scott Farquhar, Co-founder & Co-CEO (Atlassian)

  • Bill McDermott, CEO, (SAP)

 

Check out the complete line up at: https://techcrunch.com/events/tc-sessions-enterprise-2019/#963f1ce6-ebcf-4e44-a6c2-bd3495420543

 

Network
There will be two Q&A breakout sessions with top enterprise investors and one with top enterprise founders; this is for founders (and anyone else) to query our speakers directly. Plus, TechCrunch’s unbeatable CrunchMatch app makes it really easy to set up meetings with the other attendees, an incredible array of folks, plus the 20 early-stage startups exhibiting on the expo floor.

 

We can' wait to see everyone at the TC Sessions: Enterprise!

 

 

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