If the company you work for is already a CWG member, registering yourself as a user on this site will give you access to a wealth of member benefits as described below. If your company is not yet a member of CWG, registering yourself will trigger an approval process for your company as well.
These are some of the member benefits available through the CWG:
- Networking with other members: You will have the option to publish your contact information to other CWG members, together with your area of expertise and particular interests. Naturally, you will have search and browse access to the contact information published by other members.
- Expert knowledge exchange: If you are looking for expert advice or, even better, have product configuration advice to share, CWG is the place to be. In addition to offering our members in-person expertise exchange at the bi-annual CWG general sessions, we are also working on providing a web questions & answers discussion forum at this site.
- Access to our document share: Our website hosts a lot of presentaiton about best practices compiled and shared by our members at past conferences you will not find anywhere else.
- Attend conferences: our flagship events are the conferences twice a year. You meet the experts face-to-face or join virtually. As additional benefit, you get access to recordings with incredibly useful information.
- Direct access to SAP: CWG is the only forum in existence with a significant part of the member base within SAP development and product management. You will have the opportunity to interact with them directly, ask questions and participate in CWG influence efforts of future SAP product configuration roadmap.
- Collaboration on future SAP features: Members have the opportunity to participate in CWG Focus Groups, which are small workgroups collaborating with SAP on defining the future enhancements to SAP product configuration technology. These sessions are typically very detailed and technical and after signing a non-disclosure agreement, focus group members are given access to a number of internal development memos and other sensitive information.