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The saying goes: Life is happening while you are making other plans. Many SAP Mentors’ lives takes them away from being as active as they were before in the larger SAP community. Triggered by a blog post of Dennis Howlett: Making the case for SAP Mentor alumni program., we created one. Blag likes to point out: Once an SAP Mentor always an SAP Mentor. This SAP Mentor Alumni program is a way for a graceful exit, but still staying in contact with SAP. We miss them.

Joined SAP Mentor Alumni in 2011

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Name, with profile page link

Company

Country

Area of Expertise/ Line of Business

Craig Cmehil*

SAP

Germany

Community,Scripting Languages, Emerging Technologies, BSP, Enterprise Collaboration

Darren Hague*

SAP

UK

Enterprise Portal, Universal Worklist, Java Development

Dennis Howlett*

Enterprise Irregulars

Spain

Collaboration, Web2.0

Durairaj Athavan Raja*

Saudi Aramco

Saudi Arabia

ABAP, BW, ITS, BSP, EP, WebService, Crystal, MDX, XML, XSLT, WebMethods, Flex/AIR

Julius Bussche

Xiting AG

Switzerland

Security, ABAP, Netweaver.

Mrinal Wadhwa*

mrinalwadhwa.com

India

Rich Internet Applications, User Interfaces, Data Visualization, Business Intelligence, Flash/Flex, Silverlight, HTML5

Oliver Kohl

SAP

Germany

Sergio Ferrari*

TechedgeGroup

Italy

Web Dynpro for ABAP, Sybase Unwired Platform, Adobe Flex, Adobe Interactive Forms, QR Codes and Upgrades

Rob Jackson

Owens Corning

USA

Solutions Architect specializing in Information Lifecycle Management for SAP systems and automating Process Lifecycle solutions for SAP Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Order Management, and Human Resources.

Sandy Kemsley

Column 2

Canada

Business process management (BPM) design and architecture, enterprise architecture (EA), data warehousing, business intelligence

Suresh Datti

Florida Power & Light

USA

ABAP programmer, SAP HR developer

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