I have just been spending the last 4 days watching, editing, re-recording and encoding the upcoming presentations for the 2010 SAP Business One Enablement and Education sessions and we have some fantastic content coming up for our SAP Business One Partners.
These sessions are provided as an extension to our Virtual Partner Kickoff Meeting and this year we have 25 sessions across a wide range of streams – from Consulting topics through to Marketing and Development, all of the disciplines that matter to our partners are covered.
Here’s just a few to whet your appetite.
Jay Xiong from the SAP Labs Team in China is delivering a detailed session on the new Crystal Reports Integration for SAP Business One 8.8, Winfried Berger from the Solution management team will take you through the roadmap for SAP Business One – the areas we are focusing on and why and give you a sneak preview of the thinking around whats coming in Version 9 and beyond.
Luca Granzotto has some hints and tips on building and managing your own Extended Business Member Network plus Joel Harris from the SAP UK team will explain how you can extend the Start and Grow approach with a series of industry specific templates to speed up your Business One implementations and increase the repeatability – and we’ll provide the templates as well.
You’ll hear from Maciej Fuchs and the Installed Base Development team about the Remote Support Platform and how you can use it to make your customers support experience even better and reduce your customers support costs (and yours). And there are 2 detailed sessions on the SAP Business One Integration for SAP Netweaver (B1iSN) from Eddy Neveaux and Nicolas Fuchs, with detailed stepo by step demos of how easy it is to set up B1 to B1 integrations and B1 to Business Suite integrations.
Add to that sessions dealing with new features in Version 8.8, Performance Tuning your Implementations, our Marketing plans for 2010 as well as the latest approach in presenting SAP Business One to your prospective customers and implementing a Social Media Strategy for your business and all in all, you have a great collection of sessions designed to help you be even more effective as an SAP Business One Partner in 2010.
Keep your eyes open and watch the SAP Channel Partner Portal around the 15th of this month – thats when the site will go live and you can access all the sessions.
I will also let you know if you are following me on Twitter – richardaduffy – and I would love to get your feedback on the sessions.
UPDATE: – The sessions are now live on the Channel Partner Portal – click here to access them – just a reminder you’ll need to be an SAP Business One Partner to access the site.