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To follow up from our ASUG Annual Conference Meet the Speaker series, we want to feature a few of the speakers presenting at ASUG sessions at SAP TechEd Las Vegas.

First up is SAP Mentor graham.robinson, who is presenting on Workflow Approval Anytime, Anywhere.

Q: Please tell us about your session:

A: My session is POP108 and in it I will present a solution I developed for workflow approval. The session is called "Workflow Approval - Anywhere, Anytime" because I will show support for all devices and all SAP releases. I will cover the original business case, the payback and how deployment can be done in days not weeks or months. And you can expect to see real live demos of the solution too.

Q: Please tell us about yourself:

A: About me. I got started with SAP when I joined the SAP Australia IT team in 1994. I left SAP in 2003 to become an independent consultant and have been building user interfaces for SAP customers since then on mobile devices, web browsers, etc. Lately I find myself saying that "I am an ABAP developer so I spend most of my time coding in HTML and Javascript" :smile:

I am very interested in Antarctica and all things related to the frozen continent - especially what is known as the "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration and the stories of men like Amundsen, Mawson, Scott and Shackleton. I  have managed to visit Antarctica a couple of times - but would love to do so again and again and again...

Photo provided by Graham Robinson

Top left photo by Martin Gillet

Meet Graham at SAP TechEd Las Vegas and add his session to your agenda today.

Related Links:

Blog It Forward - Graham Robinson

Siri.Drone Assembly Instructions

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Graham is also giving a Panaya Webinar on September 3rd titled "Staying Current with SAP: How, Why & What NOT to Do"

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