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Professors from SAP University Alliances Program member schools across North America are invited to participate in train-the-trainer oriented coursework that introduces participants to SAP functionality as well as best practices for successful classroom use. Workshop content has been developed and is delivered by professors active in the program. This summer we will offer both online live workshops and traditional face-to-face sessions. Registration will open soon so register early to save yourself a seat in the workshop of your choice.  If for some reason you need to later cancel, please let us know so we can give that seat to someone on the waiting list.

Registration and Logistics

View our logistical information for your Milwaukee visit.

Attendance is free; however your school must cover your travel costs – airfare, hotel, meals, transportation etc.

Registration is now open!  Register Early! – Registration closes when workshops reach capacity or June 14th, 2013 whichever occurs first.

Offerings

Online live workshops – Registration has reached capacity and is now closed.

June 17-21, 2013

Monday – Friday 11:00 am – 5:00 PM ET (8:00 am – 2:00 PM PT)

TITLE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITES DISCUSSION LINKS

Introduction to University Alliances and ERP using Global Bike

Registration is now closed

Participants are introduced to the SAP University Alliances program, the SAP ERP application, and best practices for effectively teaching with University Alliances curriculum. Core ERP processes will be covered in an Introduction to ERP using the Global Bike 2.0 client with a focus on teaching the concepts, principles, and techniques related to these processes and hands-on exercises. None Click here

Accounting Information
Systems

Registration is now closed

The Accounting Information Systems (AIS) workshop focuses on hands-on activities in SAP ERP using the GBI dataset to review the accounting cycle and financial accounting entries; determine proper segregation of duties, examine system controls and discuss SAP real-time analytical application (HANA) among other topics.

Knowledge of ERP is useful

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Analytics

Registration is now closed

Participants are introduced to SAP BusinessObjects and SAP Crystal analytic applications with a focus on hands-on exercises covering end user analytics. Participants are also introduced to SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse. The focus is hands-on exercises covering developer-focused analytics using the latest version of SAP NetWeaver BW. Workshop will also feature new curriculum using SAP Predictive Analysis.

Knowledge of ERP and SAP
BusinessObjects, BI reporting is useful.
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Face-to-Face Workshops

July 9-12, 2013

Tuesday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 Pm CT 

HOST: University of wisconsin milwaukee

TITLE DESCRIPTON PREREQUISITES DISCUSSION LINK

SAP HANA

Participants are introduced to SAP HANA and in-memory database technology. Learn how businesses run real time dramatically accelerating analytics, business processes, predictive analysis, and sentiment data processing.  The course focus is on teaching the concepts, principles, and techniques related to SAP HANA and hands-on exercises.

Knowledge of ERP is useful

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SAP Mobile Development Participants are introduced to SAP Mobile Platform. The course will involve hands-on exercises in
developing device-independent hybrid as well as native mobile apps that provide standards-based connectivity between SAP and mobile devices. This revised 2013-2014 version of the curriculum and software is tied to the new SAP Press book – Mobile Development for SAP.
None Click here
Analytics

Participants are introduced to SAP BusinessObjects and SAP Crystal analytic applications with a focus on hands-on exercises covering end user analytics. Participants are also introduced to SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse. The focus is hands-on exercises covering developer-focused analytics using the latest version of SAP NetWeaver BW. Workshop will also feature new curriculum using SAP Predictive Analysis.

Knowledge of ERP and SAP BusinessObjects Click here

Face-to-Face Workshops

July 15-18, 2013

Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm CT

HOST: University of wisconsin milwaukee

TITLE DESCRIPTION PREQUISITES DISCUSSION LINK

Introduction to University
Alliances and ERP using Global Bike

Participants are introduced to the SAP University Alliances program, the SAP ERP application, and best practices for effectively teaching with University Alliances curriculum. Core ERP processes will be covered in an Introduction to ERP using the Global Bike 2.0 client with a focus on teaching the concepts, principles, and techniques related to these processes and hands-on exercises. None Click here
ERP Configuration using GBI Participants are introduced to SAP ERP Configuration using the Global Bike, Inc. (GBI) curriculum. Topics include: curriculum overview for SAP ERP Configuration; teaching system configuration using the GBI client: concepts, exercises, and effective pedagogy; and guidance on preparing for first classroom use. After completing this workshop, professors are prepared to introduce hands-on SAP content into their configuration courses. Participants should have completed an Introduction to SAP ERP prior to attempting this course. Introduction to SAP UA & SAP ERP Click here

Curriculum jam

July 15-18, 2013

Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm CT

HOST: University of wisconsin milwaukee

TITLE DESCRIPTION DISCUSSION LINK
Accounting The Accounting Group will concentrate on the development of an audit and control class, financial reporting and other issues considered important. Click here

Information Systems

Participants in this focus group might concentrate on new SAP solutions such as Business Suite on HANA and examine the impact on existing curriculum.  Another possible topic is the expansion of the GBI dataset to empower Analytics, Predictive Analysis, Business Intelligence etc. Click here
Supply Chain Faculty working in this group can collaborate and complete the new Supply Chain Management course while verifying course content. Click here
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  1. Cheryl Dunn

    Are you keeping a waiting list in case people cancel?  If so, I would like to be added to the waiting list for the online AIS workshop.  Thank you!  ~Cheryl Dunn, Grand Valley State University

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