so sf has 76 “successconsulting partners”. 76. is it me or is that too many? what is more interesting is how many of those “partners” are really legacy sap consulting companies trying to jump on the “gravy train”. what is also interesting is that when you go to their websites and read their “experiences” they say they have sf experience. what a croc of bs. i feel sorry for the “real” partners from before sap acquired sf. they have the “real experience”. individuals are no better. lots of the same here. i have 15 years of tm experience. oh and by the way, i know and have heard of sf so yes i can do that too. how is jumping on this train any different from those “freshers” trying to break into sap hcm. nothing. absolutely nothing. what is also real interesting is that now those sap legacy are touting their “business process” skills becasue they aint got sf skills. i see the go go sap 90s repeating themselves. big 4 consulting firms throwing anyone that can spell successfactors onto projects. interesting times indeed. hopefully this gracy train lasts as long as the sap gravy train. i love gravy. especially gracy at the client’s expense. long live opportunist and charlatans. you know who you are?