Members of SAP Community Network rely on it to learn product knowledge, develop new SAP skills and stay up to date with technology trends. Hear what excites them about LEARNING on SCN:

” SCN has been the main information source for me as a consultant”

” SCN helps me make my recommendations to clients and provide solutions better suited to client’s needs
– Ying Sun, SAP Solutions Consultant, Ouest Business Solutions

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“Everyone cannot know everything…SCN is a good place to start..”

Ravishankar Ramamurthy, Consultant, Mphasis


“When I have any SAP-related questions, SCN is the first place I go”

William Li, Solution Manager, SAP

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“I must have read  tens of thousands of threads (I have more than 10,000 posts myself) and learned from each one of them.”

– Juan Reyes, Independent Consultant

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” I am so pleased that people are so willing to share their knowledge and experience so freely! Love it! ”

– Zimkhita Buwa, Independent SAP BI/Strategy Management Consultant

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“According to me, SCN is the best place to learn and share our views and help others. ”

– Sumit Samaddar, SAP-BW/BI Consultant, TeamLease

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It helped me a lot to understand SAP’s implementation strategy and today I am still learning on SCN.

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

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“The common knowledge of community grows and it help customers to learn and adopt our products”

David Brutman, Developer Relations, SAP

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“We learned a lot through SAP Community Network…it’s helpful to stay involved with the community to drive adoption”

– Tammy Powlas, Senior Business Analyst, Fairfax Water

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“The community is always so helpful and supportive that I always get my questions answered”

– Nic Doodson, Head of operation, Keytree


” As part of the first lesson in my course, I ask each of the students to register an account on SCN. Students will be able to know more about SAP enterprise, SAP software, and new technologies on the market, recent events and UA career blogger. ”

– Xin Shun Guo, Professor, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade


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  1. Tim Guest

    Hi – May I use some of these comments for a presentation about SCN I am running? I will credit the people’s quotes and thank yourself for the info.


      1. Tim Guest

        I’ll send you some screen shots as I use a cloud presentation tool. Depending on how much time I have it may just be a verbal thing but I will let you know nearer the time. Anyway, thanks for putting this together

  2. Michelle Crapo

    Hi Sylvana,

    Great blog.  Good timing.   We need to remember why we liked SCN in the first place.  And not really worry about the changes.

    Here’s my LONG addition – and I hope there will be more:

    SCN is where I try to start my day.  I read the titles of blogs.   If they sound interesting I ready them.   That’s where I get the new information – what I may not know that I need to learn.   Or some cool new trick.  I just read about macros.   And I have a program I need to modify that uses macros.  Perfect timing.

    SCN is where I can get answers.   I usually use google.  And more times than not, it takes me to SCN to get the answer.  If it wasn’t here, the answer wouldn’t be.   So if you add to SCN you are adding to someone elses knowledge.   You are increasing your own, because someone has posted out there.   How great is that?

    SCN is where I have met many different people from all over the globe.  It’s amazing to me.   We have SAP in common.    I have exchanged e-mails with many different people.  YES!  For a shy type person like me that is great.   I guess I should stop saying shy and start saying introvert – pushing herself to be more out-revert.  

    SCN saves me time.   When I’m going in circles, and can’t find the answer, I can post a question here.

    SCN is just plain fun!

    I’ve been missing stopping here for awhile.   I’ve been too busy.   I’m back to making time for it.  And loving it.

    Thank you for the blog!  Thank you everyone for the quotes.   Sometimes it’s hard to remember what we liked that didn’t change in the SCN environement.


  3. Matthias Hübner

    When I’m looking for new solutions the SCN is the ONE and first place to get ideas and benefit from the experiences of others. We also learn from each other and that is a lot.

    A very good place to share everything concerning SAP and our business.

    best regards



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