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Release date- 07082014 - WALLDORF -
Following the growing popularity of the openSAP platform, SAP continues to increase the number of MOOCs offered to create greater variety and flexibility for learners worldwide.
The new courses will focus on application development and user experience (UX) and are open to professionals, students and the general public. Taught by industry leaders, the online courses will provide users with the most up-to-date knowledge needed to build competitive skill sets in the marketplace. Courses include:
SAP's UX Strategy in a Nutshell by
Next Steps in SAP
Introduction to SAP Fiori UX: This course introduces the fundamentals of and latest features of SAP Fiori, a new UX enabling enterprise-wide engagement across lines of business. It will review the latest features of SAP Fiori, including product installation, configuration and best practices for extensibility using SAP Rapid Deployment solutions for SAP Fiori. The course begins
SAP will also improve the openSAP platform by introducing enhancements for social collaboration. With an update to the discussion forum, users can subscribe to discussions and keep track of key topics of interest.
'SAP's goal is to provide users with simple and digestible information that will enable them to make the most out of their SAP solutions,' said Dr.
Since the launch of openSAP in
'Business must maximize the value of their IT investments by helping their workforce become as knowledgeable as possible. Individual IT professionals need to learn current, high impact topics, at a depth sufficient to be useful and they want convenience,' said Cushing Anderson, vice president IT Education and Certification research, IDC. 'MOOCs offer a mechanism to deliver highly relevant content in a flexible platform that supports convenience and provides a quality learning experience.'
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