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openSAP invites business process owners to learn and understand the capabilities of SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA, along with the implementation and deployment aspects, and the benefits  of running these processes on a real-time platform.

With the first openSAP course in 2014, SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA, you will have the opportunity to learn about this latest innovation and how this solution can help you and your business to run better.

The course begins on April 9 with an overview of SAP Business Suite along with the additional advantages of SAP HANA. The course will take a look at the benefits for not only IT, but also for business and people. Once participants have an overview of the SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA, participants can decide which Line of Business and Industry are relevant for them and learn more detailed information per LoB and Industry.

Lines of Business deep dives include Finance, Asset Management, Human Resources, Procurement, Manufacturing, Research & Development, Sales, Service
Marketing and Supply Chain.

Industry deep dives will include Consumer Products, Travel & Transportation, Oil & Gas, High Tech, Utilities, Professional Service, Automotive, IM&C, Mill
Products, Wholesale & Distribution, Chemicals, Retail.

Participants can complete as many LoB or Industry modules as they want, dependant on their role and interest. In addition to learning about SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA, participants can then learn more about implementation best practices and tools, as either a new or existing SAP customer.

Join us on openSAP to explore the opportunities for your LoB or Industry and if you have specific questions, you can also take advantage of the discussion forums where you can ask questions directly to LoB/Industry experts.

Register today on openSAP  – registration, learning content and exams are free of charge.

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