As mentioned in my previous blog “SAP for Me – Almost one year later”, our Open Beta phase is almost over. It’s time to spread the news and start explaining SAP for Me in more detail, now.
To do so, we launched an SAP for Me webinar series and will soon start a blog series as well to accompany the webinar series for those who prefer reading blogs to watching videos.
Season 1 has been started!
The first “season” has been started in March 2020 and is still ongoing.
Here is an overview on all sessions of session 1:
SAP for Me – Overview
You are waiting for a digital place at SAP that knows you and our product portfolio? A place you can always go to, to find the information you need to take action? You don’t need to wait any longer: It’s SAP for Me and it is there. In this session, you will learn more about its capabilities, benefits and the future direction.
Blog Post – English Version
SAP Universal ID – A key foundation of SAP for Me
SAP Universal ID (UID) serves our vision to enable a centralized user management concept that supports a unified login experience and one authorization concept across all SAP platforms. Learn more about SAP Universal ID, how you can get your own UID and how SAP is going to expand its scope.
Finance & Legal aspects in SAP for Me
You need more transparency across your purchased SAP product portfolio and its financial aspects. What are the licensed materials you have ordered and how is the current consumption? In this session you will learn how SAP for Me provides that insight and which additional functionality will be released.
Context-driven knowledge & learning
with SAP for Me
Learning is a continuous process to ensure best knowledge for your employees. Being in charge of enabling your users, you need to know which learning and knowledge is available. As a user, you need to keep your learning progress and achievements under control. In this session, you will learn how SAP for Me helps you in both aspects.
Transparency on systems & provisioning
with SAP for Me
What are the systems behind your purchased SAP products? What is their status, what was their availability and which systems are in the provisioning pipeline? SAP for Me helps you with these questions and this session will explain how. You will also learn, how we are going to extend SAP for Me to provide even more transparency over time.
Core features of SAP for Me in practice
SAP for Me has a lot to provide. Besides its specific business-related capabilities, it comes with central functions like the central communication center, or the central calendar. In this session we are going to show you the central functions that already exist and will provide an outlook on more to coming soon.
Becoming more efficient as partner with SAP for Me
Starting in May 2020, SAP for Me will also provide specific views for SAP partners. In this session, you will learn more about this new perspective of SAP for Me and how you – as a partner – can benefit from using SAP for Me as your central entry point.
Date not set, yet
What about Season 2?
Season 2 is planned to start in the second half of this year, most likely in August/September. As soon as topics and dates will be available, I will write an own blog for season 2.
If you have any special interests for season 2, please let me know in the comment section below or directly get in touch with me.
All the best and stay healthy,
JJ (Twitter: @JJComment)
Chief Product Owner of SAP for Me