SAP Higher Education and Research User Group (HERUG) Virtual Conference

April 19-21, 2021
Hosted by the University of Toronto

HERUG Conference: April 19-21, 2021

The first ever Virtual HERUG Conference 2021 has come to a close, thank you to the University of Toronto for hosting this year's event!

EPI-USE was a proud sponsor at the event and we enjoyed connecting with our clients, partners and peers. Additionally, we congratulate our 5 lucky winners who received an EPI-USE gift card to our ERP Mercantile Store that provides 100% of revenues to support our non-profit organization, Elephants, Rhinos, People (ERP).

We were especially pleased to co-present with University of Toronto to share their “Journey to S/4HANA” success story. In case you missed it, please find the video recording here.

All of the On-Demand Content from the conference can be found at the link below:


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If you missed us during HERUG or if you would like to connect with our experts to learn more about our special offer for an Assessment to help you plan for your cloud migration to S/4HANA, fill out the form on the right and we'll get back to you right away.

Expertise in the Higher Education and Public Sector domain with these solutions and more:

Higher Education Success Stories


Purdue University transforms the future with S/4HANA

"Moving to SAP S/4HANA allowed us to modernize our business processes, resulting in year-over-year cost savings while leveraging our SAP investment."



The University of Tennessee automates their HCM testing

"Data Sync Manager was the clear winner for us. The solution met the bulk of our requirements."



Baylor College of Medicine

EPI-USE assists leading College of Medicine to modernize Human Capital Management


EPI-USE Labs is a wholly owned subsidiary of also owns and funds a non-profit entity, called Elephants, Rhinos & People ('ERP'). There is an urgent need to protect elephants and rhinos in the wild, and we are doing something about this.

Find out more about EPI-USE Labs, ERP and  

We fund the operating costs of the not-for-profit operations, run them like businesses, and channel 1% of revenues from new for-profit projects into this programme