Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Sylvana Chang

What Members Say – July 2012 (Part I)

Learn. Reputation. Connection.

More than 2 million members in the different job functions join the SAP Community Network, stay up to date with the technology trends and products. Explore how they benefits from the SAP Community Network.

Stephen Millard.png

The SAP Community Network (SCN) is something I actually came across whilst preparing for my original interview and has been on my browser bookmarks list ever since.  Quite honestly it’s a gem of a resource for anyone involved with SAP and I try to set aside a bit of time each day to at least have a read through some of the ever growing repository of information.”

– Stephen Millard, SAP VSN Consultant, ROC

Jocelyn Dart.png

“I’ve often felt “Lean On Me” should be the theme song of all our SCN forums (discussions). Our forum (discussion) contributors are remarkably helpful and patient with other forum members. The queries are wide-ranging and cover everything from detailed how-to information, to help-my-project-just-broke emergencies, to broad philosophical discussions on which approach should your organization (or SAP) should follow, and even the odd letting-off-steam gripe about SAP when we haven’t quite managed to meet your expectations.”

– Jocelyn Dart, Principle Solution Consultant, SAP Australia

Jansi Rani Murugesan.png

It helped me a lot to understand SAP’s implementation strategy and today I am still learning on SCN. There are people that I don’t know and they don’t know me either, but they helped me without thinking of anything in return. I thank these people from the bottom of my heart. I decided I wanted to follow their footsteps and help my peers as well.

Jansi Rani Murugesan, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.

Kumud Singh.png

Participating in forums is the best way to measure and rate my skills. I have realized after seeing various discussions that there are many areas which I have worked on but have not kept myself updated with e.g. Workflows, CJ20N, functional aspects of HCM etc.

Kumud Singh, Team Lead, NTTDATA

Assigned Tags

      1 Comment
      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
      Author's profile photo Susan Keohan
      Susan Keohan

      I love this series!  Great job, Sylvana.  These people exemplify what it means to be part of the SAP Community.  Including the photos makes it more personal.

      I am looking forward to reading more of these.