Day One of Sapphire was a busy one for the team from SAP Education. There were speeches to make, demonstrations to conduct and even awards to hand out.
For the third year in a row, the SAP Education Monster Demo space proved popular with attendees. With a full range of products on display and easy access to our subject matter experts, attendees were able to receive a personal introduction to our solutions around end user training and user experience management. If you make it to the Monster Demo, take the time while you are there to also tap the knowledge of our eLearning and Enterprise Learning experts.
The Monster Demo space provides a great opportunity to not only meet with our Education experts, but also our partners. We have representatives from RWD, Adobe and Knoa all on hand to answer your questions and to guide you through the features of our market-leading products – SAP Productivity Pak by RWD, SAP Acrobat Connect Professional by Adobe, and SAP User Experience Management by Knoa.
And for those needing a mid-market solution, don’t forget to ask about SAP Productivity Composer by RWD.
During the day, SVP for SAP Education, Chris Camino, presented the 2nd Annual Best Practices Award in Education to Charlene Mills and Tony Verbeck from the Johnston and Johnston Group of Companies, and to Mark Hogeboom and Tony Ostrowsky from the US Postal Service. Both Charlene and Mark were featured speakers on Day One.
If you are attending Sapphire tomorrow and Wednesday, be sure to drop by the SAP Education booth. Here you can speak to someone about your particular education needs and find directions to the Monster Demo.
On Day Two, the Monster Demo continues and, at 11am, the SAP Education Influence Council meets. This is your chance to provide feedback directly to the SAP Education team – we cover everything from changes in curriculum through to feedback on our offerings. And if there is an education challenge you need us to address, this is your chance to let us know.
Don’t forget to drop by the SAP Education booth.