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Claire Donelon

One of the common questions that we get at openSAP is, can I learn in my mother tongue? What languages do you provide?  It’s a topic that we’ve been passionate about solving and we’ve been searching

Whether you’re a start-up, a well-established business, or any kind of project, your business model today should look different when compared to how it would have looked in the past. Digital influences like Industry Cloud,

Spatial data represents the geographic location and extent of objects on Earth such as buildings, lakes, mountains, townlands, and many other objects. Geospatial data is represented as 2D geometries, e.g. points, line strings, and polygons.

Veterans of SAP will be very familiar with SAP Solution Manager: a management solution which is capable of managing both SAP and non-SAP components. The latest version of SAP Solution Manager, 7.2, includes a much

Times are changing as we are well aware and with change, we need to learn to adapt and grow in order to succeed. The next openSAP thought leaders course, The Impact of Digitization on Leadership

Whether you’re an employee or an employer, the new, free open online course Empathy in Motion: The Power of Employee Volunteering, is designed to increase your ability to drive social impact. The course presents a

SAP HANA Cloud Platform allows developers to quickly extend, build and run cloud business applications.  With comprehensive services and capabilities, the world’s best developers depend on SAP HANA Cloud Platform to build better apps in less

Developing intuitive software that users want to use requires many aspects of design coming together. To help you to improve your design skills, we have a variety of design courses starting soon on openSAP. Basics

Do you find yourself trying to communicate visually but ending up with strange looking lines that look nothing like what you intended? Whether you’re communicating design ideas, presenting handwritten or visual information in a team

The Design Thinking process first defines the problem and then implements the solutions, always with the needs of the user demographic at the core of concept development. – Stanford d.school Design thinking is key to