Ok…I must confess that I love virtual environments, because they let us connect to the world by sitting in
front of our computer by say in our home, work or WiFi stop.
I have attended many SAP Mentors Webinars, but yesterday I got my first chance to attend an SAP Virtual
Symposium. Did I like it? I love it!
It started at 9:00 p.m (Local peruvian time / GMT-5) and lasted till 5:00 p.m (Local peruvian time / GMT-5).
The main welcome screen was pretty nice as you can see here:
Allowing us to browse different scenarios.
First thing I do, was attend the Networking Lounge. A place to meet new friends, and exchange knowledge.
I was really very glad to find a lot of people from Latin American countries (Perú, Venezuela, México, Colombia).
You can see my Avatar (Second one).
Then I moved to the Keynote Theatre, we 3 presentations were given:
Maximizing the Value of Your Training Through Flexible
Delivery by Cushing Anderson (Program Vice President, Projct-Based Services, IDC)
Best Practices in Virtual Training and Learning by April Young (Dean, Value University,
Global Field Operations, SAP), Doug Weiss (Executive, Learning and Knowledge,
Global Delivery IBM Global Business Services) and Brian Launer (Employee Training & Career Solutions,
Global Training Manager, Intel Corporation)
Flexible Learning Strategies by Joe Westhuizen (Vice President Education, Global Strategy
and Business Development, SAP)
In the meantime, because there was a little 10 minutes break between sessions,
I sneak thought the booths. Hosted by SAP experts ready to solved all doubts related to Education
So I think that the images speak from theirselves…It’s was a huge and very interested event.
I enjoyed this event even more, because I’m highly interested in SAP Education.
Also…guess how I found mixed in the crowd?
Which of course, maked the event even better!