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Almost 300 SAP partner companies have used the SAP Learning Hub 100% club promotion to get onboard to SAP Learning Hub in 2016; don’t you want to be in the club, too?

If you want to be part of an exclusive club that is for SAP partners only and get a deep discount on THE platform to learn SAP, you still have time; we have extended the promotion through end of this year!

We want to ensure that your organization is able to meet its professional training needs by having access to the award-winning cloud-based learning solution, SAP Learning Hub. So what are you waiting for? Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to get into SAP Learning Hub and get instant access to key titles on solutions like SAP S/4HANA and the new SAP SuccessFactors delta program.

The 100% Club Promotion runs through December 31st, 2016. (Please note: This promotion does not apply to reselling.)

Cost:

  • 1,849€ (per named user per year for 1-50 consultants).
  • Tiered pricing applies.
  • There may be regional variances on minimum license requirements and the promotion is not applicable in CIS countries.

To order the SAP Learning Hub professional public edition (HUB030) on the SAP Training and Certification Shop, simply use the promotion code CLUBPARTNERS_2, or if you are a partner in APJ, you can use the code LH_DTQ32016 when you order here.

If you are interested in purchasing more than four SAP Learning Hub licenses, please contact your local education executive or reach out to SAP Learning Hub for Partners, and we will help you get to the right contact.

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  1. Kheren Peceros

    Thanks for sharing this info, considering the last call we have in order to keep our actual certifications.

    My only comment regarding this new model, is that is really a big change in our partner’s budget, it’s really a headache right now for us because we now cannot offer our team the possibility to get certified; for this big cost we can only certified a few ones, and that is just not right..

    How many projects do we need to sell now only to maintain our LH annual cost? considering we cannot increase our implementation costs?. I believe this is the main concern of all partners including me.

    Please I hope this new model gets reviewed and be more accessible for partners.

    Thanks.

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    1. Paul Willis

      Hi Kheren,

      Thank you for your comments.

      The reason behind the shift to Learning Hub is to ensure quality across the ecosystem. As I’m sure you are aware, solutions such as SuccessFactors and S4HANA are moving so quickly that we cannot allow Consultants (be that SAP, Partners or Independents) to not be conversant in the latest version of a product. In order to protect our joint customers, anybody touching these systems needs to be aware of the latest features and functionality in order to ensure success for our joint customers.

      The focus therefore has shifted from one time enablement to one of continuous learning. By moving all content including Academy training, delta content, delta assessments and instructor facilitated virtual sessions to the learning hub, we can ensure that a Learning Hub subscription is the only requirement to maintain a high level of skills and certification. For certified consultants, there would no longer be a need for classroom training, physical exams and the associated travel and opportunity costs that go with these.

      As mentioned in the blog above, we have a program to ensure all partners have appropriate access to the Learning Hub at a competitive rate. Our goal is then to ensure the Learning Hub experience provides an enegaging and continuous learning experience that you and your consultants will benefit from above and beyond simply completing any delta assessment requirements.

      Please work with your local SAP Education contacts or feel free to contact me directly to discuss further.

      Kind egards
      Paul Willis

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