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At TechEd 2010, there will be an opportunity for you to provide input to the future direction of PI. If you have strong feelings about features, functionalities, and how you would like to use PI in the future, this would be an opportunity for your voice to be heard.

There will be 2 sessions (SS22 and SS23) at TechEd 2010 Las Vegas, each is 2 hours long. The schedules are Wednsday and Thursday, both from 8AM to 10AM.

In these 2 sessions, we will provide a brief overview of the upcoming release of PI 7.3 and give an outlook to the roadmap - how the next generation of SAP NetWeaver PI will evolve. In addition, we are very much interested in your integration needs as input to our future planning for SOA and enterprise service bus. This is a unique opportunity for participants to drive the future of SAP's integration products from governance, development/configuration, runtime, operations and administration perspectives.

To sign up for the session, on the TechEd website, go to the following link:

Participation in the customer feedback and strategy roundtables provides a unique opportunity to influence the direction of the development of SAP software and the SAP NetWeaver technology platform. Through the sessions, you can give SAP greater visibility into your current and emerging business requirements. Customer feedback and strategy sessions bring small groups of SAP customers with expertise in a particular area together with the appropriate SAP product owners. This enables the groups to discuss strategy, business challenges, the product road map, and solution needs. These discussions provide firsthand insight into product enhancements, help you lower implementation risk factors, and strengthen your ties with SAP and fellow customers.

Advance sign-up is required for reserved seating. Each fully paid Full Conference registrant may sign up for a maximum of two customer feedback and strategy roundtables, available on a first-come, first-served basis.