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FernandoRedondo
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Hi SAP Community! Fernando at the controls!

Almost a year ago we created from scratch a new learning journey: Discover the foundations of SAP Commerce Cloud and SAP S/4HANA Cloud integration, read about the original announcement here.

After more than 18,000 learners going over it and about 300 record of achievement issued to the learners who have completed the whole course, we analysed the feedback given to us, and started a mayor update of the whole course content.

This full course update comes with a long number of changes:

  • Introducing Carlos as the persona to guide the student thru all the learning journey content:





  • All course interactions have been redesigned for better usability and improved navigation between graphics:





  • A complete new third Unit, Preparing for the integration implementation, bringing 6 new lessons to introduce the learner on the concrete configuration steps needed to be performed to get the systems configured and also to carry out master data replication and the order exchange between SAP Commerce Cloud and SAP S/4HANA Cloud:





  • And many other more small improvements, like code snippets, tablets, and new images that have been designed and created for this course update...


So, what are you waiting for? go to SAP Learning site, and enroll for the new updated version of Discover the Foundations of SAP Commerce Cloud and SAP S/4HANA Cloud Integration, after completing it... Don't forget to claim your digital badge to show it in your professional social network profile!




I’ll be back very soon to present you new learning courses, live sessions, micro learnings and any other educational asset which can be interesting for you related to SAP Customer Experience Integration and Extensibility area!

In the mean time, I’ll be looking forward to your feedback and questions via comments here in this post.