|By Chris Pollach||
|December 21, 2012 07:53 AM EST||
ISUG Changes its Name!
At the ISUG Annual General Meeting on December 11th, the membership approved changing the legal name from the "International Sybase User Group" to the "Independent SAP Technical User Group".
The new name will be officially effective once all the necessary legal paperwork has been filed, but you will begin to see changes on their website over the next two weeks as the staff and board of directors move as quickly as possible to implement this change. Online they will be known as ISUG-Tech – which keeps the history of ISUG as well as emphasizing their technical nature.
The new ISUG entity's mission will remain the same but changing the "Sybase" with "SAP" will align the group with all things SAP (including Sybase products) and cater to the needs of their members, the technical community.
For more information on this name and focus change, please visit the ISUG website (click here).
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