COLUMBIA, MD (September 12, 2006) PEAK Technologies, a Platinum Equity Company and SAP Software Partner, today announced that Chris Schultz, senior SAP systems architect at PEAK, will speak at the 2006 Americas SAP Users Group (ASUG) Supply Chain Management Forum on Wednesday, September 27 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

Schultz will speak on RFID integration using native SAP connectivity helping attendees better understand the integration of RFID with the SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure component of the SAP NetWeaver platform. During his presentation, Schultz will discuss SAP user case studies to help the attendees understand the challenges of RFID integration projects, from slap and ship through full integration. He will also educate attendees on RFID tag and device selection, as well as business process re-engineering.

The overall goal of Schultz session is to help executive management, IT, and business operations personnel to be better prepared to mitigate the risk associated with integrating RFID with SAP solutions while protecting capital budgets.

Schultz has worked in the systems integration and data collection business for 16 years. Prior to joining PEAK, Schultz was a senior consultant with IBM Global Services where he was responsible for implementing SAP applications, including inventory management, warehouse management, sales and distribution, inventory conversion, radio frequency data collection and small parcel manifesting.

Since joining the company, Schultz has been chartered with further developing PEAKs architecture and development strategy in support of SAP solutions to help ensure a common global platform for rapid deployment of SAP solution-based supply chain transactions and applications.

With more than 100 customer-driven educational sessions presented by ASUG and SAP, the ASUG Supply Chain Management Forum is a premier event for supply chain management and supplier relationship management. Attendees gain strategic insight into supply chain management, adaptability, collaboration and compliance and learn how to build an adaptive supply chain network, from planning and execution to coordination and collaboration.

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