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SAP Summit 2005

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BANGALORE: Business software vendor SAP India said that SAP Summit '05, a business and technology summit, would be held in Mumbai from June 7 to June 9 this year.

SAP Summit '05 will bring together senior executives, business managers, decision-makers, analysts and developers to provide the latest insights, leverage SAP's cross-industry experience and explore innovative business solutions, said a company press release.

Focussed on the theme of `Experience, Insight and Innovation,' the SAP Summit '05 will offer a host of insightful keynote addresses, industry-specific conference sessions and a broad range of informative presentations, demos and panel discussions with SAP experts, customers and partners.

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