Top 5 SAP Resources You Should Follow

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or experienced, continuous learning and development are key. If you want to work in, hire for, or learn about the SAP world, here are the top 5 resources you should follow.

1. SAP Experts Podcast
This podcast is a must-listen for anyone within SAP. SAP S/4HANA advisor Alexander Greb discusses the latest trends as well as best practices, strategy, and sustainability. The episodes include interviews, insights, and discussions with industry heavyweights and is open to SAP professionals at all levels. Listeners are invited to ask questions and interact with the show, to further expand the knowledge of the SAP community. You can find the podcast here or on all good streaming services.

2. SAP Community
The SAP Community Network is exactly that. An online community of SAP professionals with everything all in one place. With over 1 million questions answered, there’s bound to be someone who has been in your shoes. You can ask and answer questions and find information quickly and easily. It is a great way to expand your network and connect with other SAP professionals in your niche. You can keep up to date with the latest trends and offer your knowledge to beginners who are taking their first steps into the SAP universe.

3. SAP Books
If you’re more of a visual learner, reading could be a great resource for you. There are hundreds of SAP books available that cover all areas of the field. If you’re a beginner, you will find value in introductions and guides or fine-tune your knowledge with more specific publications. Schedule some time to read each day or take a book with you on your commute. The SAP press is a respected publisher of SAP books, or there are others available on Amazon.

4. Open SAP
Open SAP is an interactive learning platform designed for everyone. It’s an innovative portal designed by SAP and gives learners at all levels the opportunity to learn from experts. The courses are entirely online, and you can learn at your own pace from a variety of sources. It’s a user-friendly site where you can learn everything you need to know. Simply choose your topic and get started. It’s completely free.

5. LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a great place to find and learn from like-minded people. You can interact with SAP professionals at your level and learn from each other, as well as connect and absorb content from experienced leaders in the field. There are multiple SAP groups on LinkedIn as well as specific niches such as FICO Consultants, SAP Security, and international pages too. You can also showcase your skills and build a professional network.

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