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We have had some really powerful testimonials from members about the value of the community come our way lately. Here, I pull some of the “best of” together, and encourage you to:

  • 1. Recognize that you are part of an amazing community: These quotes reinforce what we experience daily in the communities. It’s nice to recognize those who are willing to share their experiences, which contribute towards building a bigger, more useful community for all.
  • 2. Get tips: New to SCN? Listen to the material to get tips for yourself on getting more from the community.
  • 3. Pass it on: We are giving you a bundle of testimonials and tips from real users that you can pass on to colleagues who don’t yet know about SCN, but should (how many people like that do you know?)

Video clips: The first two items are videos from customers at Lockheed Martin (“How Communities Changed My Life“) and Aetna talking about how SCN has helped them do their jobs better. These are housed on our You Tube channel, in a playlist entitled “Why SCN is So Great”.  You will see amazingly crisp articulation of SCN value that should convince anyone working on an SAP project to join SCN.

Video recordings of members using the site – SCN MY WAY: We have a growing page of videos intended to help you get more from your community experience by seeing how others do it, housed under the umbrella name of SAP Community Network MY WAY. We have two new recordings: one from Michelle Crapo, a member and enthusiast who ends her recording by saying “I absolutely love SCN. I love everything they have done and it has helped me a lot with my job.” The second is from Tammy Powles, an SAP Mentor and ASUG Volunteer for the BI and BITI Communities, who has committed herself to helping us spread the good word about SCN.

Hope you like these and find you can take steps 1, 2 or 3 as suggested. As a matter of fact, why don’t you send in your own testimonial – we are always seeking new ones?

For more, go to the SCN homepage, or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, You Tube or LinkedIn.

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  1. Martin Gillet
    Hi Gail,
    According to Ralph, Communities changed his life although they might also have saved his life as well with hot topics 🙂
    Kudos for promoting the Communities and tribes 🙂
    Cheers,
    Martin
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  2. Gail Moody-Byrd Post author
    Martin,
    Yes we are all saying the same thing, spread the good word. This links back to your blog last week and all the comments that were added. Working on this….
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    Gail

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