Sarajevo, December 1st 2009
With an aim to connect all SAP company users in Bosnia and Herzegovina, share joint experiences, as well as solve problems encountered while working, group of different company representatives decided to form an un-official group of SAP users in Bosnia and Herzegovina (USKOBH). The Founding Assembly of the group was held at the premises of the IUS English Language School on December 1st, starting at 12 o’clock and was attended by representatives from companies from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia - JP Elektroprivreda BiH, BH Telecom dd, Bosnalijek dd, Cimos TMD AI Gradačac, Cimos dd, Slovenija, MANN HUMMEL BA, Belinka, HELIOS Group, Iskratel, Kevinoplastika LOŽ dd and Atel d.o.o. Beside the IUS, partner of this Assembly was group of SAP users of Slovenia SUSAP.
The meeting was opened with an introductory speech by IUS Rector Prof. Dr. B. Gültekin Çetiner and Mr. Harun Mataradžija who talked about their experiences of working with the SAP and the importance of merging of all SAP users on the state level. Later on, representation of work group's manner of work and the election of the group leadership followed, as well as presentation of USKOBH's plans and aims. On behalf of the IUS, Mr. Ali Osman Kusakci from the Faculty of Economy and Business Administration, gave a presentation on the IUS and its plans of cooperation in the area of SAP.
During the meeting, following plans for the future we agreed: signing of the protocol on USKOBH membership by the companies that participated at the Assembly; working on involving more members to the group and promotion of USKOBH amongst all current and potential buyers of the SAP software in BiH; developing web site for the group that will have special part for the members, as well as user forum for different discussion.
The meeting ended with the election of the group leadership that will represent the group in the next year - Denijel Pelidija (CIMOS TMD AI Gradačac), Nihad Omerbegović (BH Telecom dd), Mirza Mustafić (MANN HUMMEL BA) and Samir Agić (Bosnalijek dd).