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The following trainings will be held in Walldorf and St. Leon-Rot from September 7 - 9:

Content of the training is the new curriculum for business intelligence which has been completely redesigned to SAP BW Release 7.3. The modular core modules include "Multidimensional Analysis with SAP BW," "SAP BW Data Modeling», «Building the Data Warehouse" (includes ETL), "Queries and Reporting" (using SAP BusinessObjects Advanced Analysis for Office).

SAP ERP Introduction GBI
This course serves as a basis for teaching SAP ERP curricula and as a foundation for advanced SAP and UCC trainings.

Objective of this course is to gain comprehensive knowledge about the ERP Simulation Game (ERPsim), an innovative concept of interactive learning and the acquisition of ERP knowledge using SAP ERP. Completion of this course grants the participant the ERPsim Level 1 certification, which allows the use of ERPsim in class and provides access to all the material.

This course offers insights into the new In-Memory Database SAP HANA. All key technologies of the platform like „Extended Services", „Odata" and „SAPUI5" will be explained. In a hands on session the participants will develop a Web 2.0 application for desktop and mobile applications, which directly runs on SAP HANA (XS Engine).

Design Thinking
In this course you will learn how to apply the Design Thinking process and its principles to a given problem statement. Additionally you’ll get insights how Design Thinking Coaches work and what kind of facilitation tricks they use to foster group collaboration and momentum.

SAP Business One
SAP Business One is an enterprise resource planning application (ERP) specifically designed for small business. In this course you will get hands-on experience with Business One and learn how you can incorporate into your teaching at your university. The hands-on exercises will be based on the available introduction curriculum but will also cover additional topics.

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