Webcast: Tap Into SAP Ready Graduates at Universities Near You: Learn How SAP Partners with Nearly 300 Universities in North America to Build the Talent of the Future for the SAP Ecosystem

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    Learn how universities around North America prepare students with SAP skills and certifications, producing “SAP Ready” early talent for the SAP ecosystem.

    SAP will present an overview of its University Alliances program. Then faculty from Georgia Southern University and Sam Houston State University will share how their universities integrate SAP ERP, SAP HANA, SAP Mobile Platform, and analytic solutions from SAP into business, computer science, and engineering programs. The presentation will include an overview of the new SAP Student Academy and SAP Learning Hub - Student Edition which enable SAP University Alliances member schools to offer SAP Education eLearnings and eCertifications at discounted prices for academia, preparing even more students with SAP skills and certifications.

    Bringing SAP software and real-world curriculum into the classroom to enhance the teaching of business process integration, analytics, mobile and web app development, in-memory computing, and cloud.

    The webinar will focus on the classroom use and skill development with:

    - SAP Business Suite on HANA
    - SAP BusinessObjects
    - SAP Lumira
    - SAP Mobile Platform
    - SAP HANA

    The webinar will also provide an overview of how SAP is:

    - Enabling research on the HANA Innovation Platform for Universities
    - Driving innovation on SAP HANA via the Millennials Crowdsourcing Community
    - Fostering student start-ups on HANA with the SAP Student Entrepreneurship Program

    Hear how SAP University Alliances workshops, the SAP Academic Conference, and participation in SAPPHIRE NOW and TechEd && d-code enable professors to effectively use SAP software and University Alliances curriculum to prepare students as process thinkers who understand how information systems support business, and how analytics, mobile, and in-memory computing enable real-time business.


    Thomas L. Case, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Information Systems, Georgia Southern University.
    Ross Quarles, Ph.D., Professor of Accounting, Sam Houston State University
    Fawzi Noman, Faculty member, Sam Houston State University

    Thomas L. Case, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Information Systems at Georgia Southern University. The university’s SAP curriculum expanded significantly at both the graduate and undergraduate levels while Tom served as Department Chair. Tom actively partners with the ASUG Georgia chapter, and has a long history of success placing outstanding graduates into prominent SAP customers, partners, and consultancies in the Southeast and across the U.S.

    Ross Quarles, Ph.D., is a Professor of Accounting, and Fawzi Noman is a faculty member, both at Sam Houston State University (SHSU). Together they have authored curriculum that is widely adopted at SAP University Alliances member schools for teaching integrated business processes, ERP configuration and Accounting Information Systems. SHSU also hosts SAP University Alliances faculty training workshops each year in which professors from around North America learn to use the latest SAP software and University Alliances curriculum.