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Michaela Laemmler provided this ASUG webcast last week.

She reviewed why OpenSAP was founded and how you can participate.

Figure 1: Source: SAP

As Figure 1 shows, OpenSAP is open, available to anyone worldwide

It is a MOOC or massive online course; SAP wants to reach a massive audience

It is a channel to promote products and also promote knowledge.

Name is open as it is free of charge

Platform is

SAP is one of the first do this in an enterprise format as it provides a classroom-like format.

People can interact with others and SAP in the online discussion forum.

It is mobile-ready – it can be used with tablets, smart phones.

It is unrestricted, open to anyone, no limit on participants

Platform performance is good

Motivational format is there as deadlines need to be met on a weekly basis with assignments

At the end of each course there is a record of achievement earned through the weekly assignment and the final assessment.  This is graded.

Figure 2: Source: SAP

Focus is on key business innovations

They offer 20 courses per year

Figure 3: Source: SAP

They have delivered 18 courses and two courses are currently running

The pipeline is full for next year

They are approaching a half million enrollments, 165K unique learners which mean learners come back

Reach out to mass people external facing

Completion rate means they received the record of achievement.

They are open to feedback for improvement.

The team has won 2 awards as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 4: Source: SAP

Figure 4 shows all the courses available

Courses are now going into a curriculum, such as Fiori

Planned is a course for SAP Screen Personas and how to build a Fiori app

BI4 platform innovation is followed by BI Clients & apps on HANA

There is still time to register for BW on HANA course

Figure 4 shows the enrollments by course

All courses which are not running are still available for self-paced learning


  Learners are from more than 175 countries in the world

Figure 5: Source: SAP

On the percentage level, many are joining from India, US, and Germany

Figure 6: Source: SAP

Figure 6 shows the age and gender information

Most learners are in their 20’s and 30’s

Mostly male people are learners but the female part are increasing; by nature due to technical topics

Figure 7: Source: SAP

Most students are professionals to “upskill” or go into another job

So go to

Be sure to check out current course (which is very good so far)  BI Clients and Applications on SAP HANA - James Rapp, Foroohar Rafiei and Harjeet Judge

Also still in its first week is the excellent SAP Business Warehouse powered by SAP HANA - Marc Hartz and Ulrich Christ