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Is there someone you know, and it could even be yourself, that is an expert in SAP, great communicator for roll-in and roll-out, as well as has proven community spunk? (Guess I have seen too much Pippi Longstocking lately.)

Let us know by filling out the New SAP Mentor Nomination Form.
Deadline for the nomination is Friday in a week the 26th of February. Do it now.

Who are these SAP Mentors?

SAP Mentors are the top community influencers of the SAP Ecosystem. Most mentors work for customers or partners of SAP. All of them are hands-on experts of an SAP product or service, as well as excellent champions for product roll-in and roll-out. They have been nominated by their peers on the basis of their passion for the community and their willingness to contribute and share as well as motivate others. See: http://sapmentors.sap.com/.

Check out the SAP Mentor Introduction slidedeck on Slideshare.

Follow the main SAP Mentor Twitter account: http://twitter.com/sapmentors
or follow the high signal twitterstream of all twittering SAP Mentors: http://twitter.com/SAPMentors/sapmentors

Some of the finest people you ever meet are SAP Mentors. They are smart, passionate, engaged and engaging, open and willing to help/share.

You become an SAP Mentor for a year for the work you did the previous 12 month with no automatic renewal.  

For another view into all the great things SAP Mentors did last year, check out the SAP Mentor 2009 Highlights collected and presented by the SAP Mentors.

While you are at it, you can play the Who should be an SAP Mentor? Please nominate! from the SAP Mentor Monday session too. (As I clearly proof, you don’t have to master a musical instrument to be an SAP Mentor.)

After this nomination there is an internal selection process and we will nominate the new ones in time for Sapphire/ASUG Annual conference 2010.

There is always new energy coming in with brand new SAP Mentors and I can’t wait to welcome the new ones in our midst.  

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    1. Mark Finnern Post author
      Hi Yariv,

      Good question and always a hot topic of discussion.

      Focus is on Customer, Partner and independent consultants, as the goal is to bring SAP closer to what is going on in the market.

      Still, SAP employees that exceptionally engage with the community beyond their day job, a good example is Thomas Jung, do sometimes become SAP Mentors.

      Therefore please suggest and make a really strong case.

      Looking forward to the suggestions, Mark.

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