The first course on openSAP China has just come to a close and based on participants’ feedback, the course is ready to start again from October 29!
Over 7,000 participants have enrolled in the first round of the course, Get to Know SAP’s Innovative Enterprise Solutions. The course gives an introduction to the world of SAP’s latest innovations and many participants have told us that they would highly recommend the course to friends and colleagues interested in learning more about SAP. For those who joined the course late, they have the opportunity to complete all of the assignments and improve the grade on their Record of Achievement.
Throughout the course, participants provided their feedback using the course’s discussion forum and as an additional offering, they were invited to join a special feedback coffee corner session at the SAP offices in Shanghai. Here are just some highlights for participants of the first round:
- The performance of the openSAP platform, hosted in China
- A good channel to get advanced SAP knowledge
- Participants like the openSAP course format and like the information broken down into easy to consume units
- Allows users to get to know other peers and instructors through discussion forums
- Favorite SAP topic: SAP HANA
In 2015, openSAP plans to expand the openSAP China offering for users. Those who have an interest in learning more about SAP should take the opportunity to join this repeat course to become familiar with SAP solutions before diving into specialist areas. The global openSAP platform features courses on many innovative topics for a range of roles in business and IT, including native software development for SAP HANA, SAP HANA Cloud Platform, SAP Fiori UX and much more. If you’re interested in seeing the complete range of topics globally available, please visit http://open.sap.com
Enrollment is now open and all you need to sign up is a valid e-mail address. The openSAP China team and SAP experts are looking forward to meeting you onboard the course and in the discussion forums over the next six weeks.