openSAP delivers innovative learning for everyone with expert-led content, made for you by SAP. Learning is lifelong, and with our free online learning available globally, you can upskill wherever and whenever you need it.
openSAP Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) leverage tried and trusted classroom concepts, with digital enhancements including gamification and discussion forums, to interact with other learners and experts in an online delivery format.
With openSAP Microlearning, you can watch self-contained videos to complement your knowledge. Whether you’re an expert or just getting started, you can choose the videos that appeal most to your individual learning goals. All videos are prepared and brought to you by SAP experts.
openSAP Podcasts provide knowledge from members of the SAP ecosystem, including SAP employees, partners, and customers. Choose topics relevant for your business or personal interests. Stream or download episodes with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, or directly from openSAP.Read more
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The average Internet user has more than 25 Internet accounts, which are created for a wide variety of purposes. Besides accounts for e-mail services or social networks, users need access to learning platforms or online shopping services. Each of these internet accounts represents an individual digital identity. Each of these identities in turn contains a wide variety of personal information. In addition to information used to authenticate a user, such as an e-mail address and password, other services require very personal and sensitive data, such as bank details for payment and the place of residence for the subsequent delivery of an order.
Join this free online course to learn how to lead your company towards a digitally transformed economy and make it more resilient, profitable, and sustainable.
Join this free online course to learn about SAP’s Climate 21 initiative and how it can help customers minimize the CO2 footprint of their products, operations, and supply chains.