8th ERPsim User Group Meeting
Join us at the 8th ERPsim User Group Meeting – celebrating the Lab’s 15th anniversary - which will be held on June 17-20, 2019 at HEC Montréal.
Introduction to ERPsim and Advanced ERPsim workshops - ERPsim Level 1 and Level 2 - will be offered in a four-day format.
Whether you are a seasoned ERPsim user or new to it, or want to jump back in, do not miss out on this event! We will be covering S/4HANA, the Fiori Interface, and the new analytics features as well as updates and improvements to ERPsim offerings. We will also be introducing the Lab’s latest offering on data science, Cortex.
Moreover, we invite Advanced ERPsim workshop attendees to submit a proposal to present their research, tips and tricks, and pedagogic innovation using ERPsim. Submit yours now!
Workshops starts on Monday June 17th at 1:00pm and ends Thursday June 20th at 5:00pm.
Welcome word and workshops starts at 1pm.
Keynotes (academic and commercial offering for ERPsim, new game for analytics / data science, industry speakers). Lineup to be announced.
15th anniversary dinner
Call for presentations
Entry Requirements to Canada
Travelers must comply with entry requirements to visit Canada. A visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) might be required. Use the "Find out if you need a visa" tool provided by the Government of Canada to find out what you must do before arriving to Canada.
We have arranged for a corporate rate with Delta Hotels Montreal at the HEC Montréal preferred rate of CAD 199/night for a standard room and CAD 239/night for a deluxe room. Rates are subject to availability.
Most hotels are located in downtown Montréal, and they are usually within walking distance from the Metro. See this map for hotels that are close to HEC.
Call for Presentations
Scientific Co-chairs: Pierre-Majorique Léger (HEC Montréal) and Michael Bliemel (Ontario Tech University)
The ERPsim Lab at HEC Montréal invites you to submit a proposal for presentations on your research, tips and tricks, and pedagogic innovation using ERPsim.
The presentations, which are part of the 8th ERPsim User Group Meeting, offer a venue for educators and researchers to share, showcase, and discuss their pedagogical/research programs involving usage of ERPsim solutions in classrooms or other settings. We also welcome submissions on work-in-progress and on other types of papers that may have been published elsewhere but for which additional discussion is desired.
All submissions will be peer reviewed. Proposals should focus on the following: problem or opportunity; the innovation to solve the problem or realize the opportunity; the ERPsim solutions used in the classroom to provide practical application to students; suggestions for faculty adoption.
Additionally, proposals for the development of innovative curriculum based on ERPsim solutions are welcome.