I’m excited to share that the SAP Ariba partner community is now part of SAP Community! If you are an Ariba partner, you may access this new private group, SAP Ariba and SAP Business Network Partner Delivery Group here . If for some reason the link does not work for you, please ensure you are connected and logged in using your official partner login.
What will you find in the new SAP Ariba and SAP Business Network Partner Delivery Group?
As an SAP Ariba or SAP Business Network delivery partner, you’ll continue to have exclusive care access to dedicated partner programs and experts, enablement opportunities, training materials, and more. You’ll also be able to stay up to date with the latest news and provide feedback on topics that may impact you as a partner, your business or your customers. Over time, you’ll be able to interact with SAP experts and other partners by starting a discussion thread and/or contributing with answers and insights.
By being part of SAP Community, you’ll also have an opportunity to connect with a wider and global network of SAP professionals, dive deeper into a variety of topics, connect with customers and users, and experience why there is no community like SAP Community.
What happened to the former SAP Ariba Partner community?
How can I access the SAP Ariba and SAP Business Network Partner Delivery Group on SAP Community?
If you are an SAP partner who currently belongs to the SAP Ariba community, or if you are visiting for the first time, you can use your SAP partner account to log in to the SAP Ariba and SAP Business Network Partner Delivery Group. Follow this linkto access the group.
Once you are ready to engage, you’ll need to set up your profile first by clicking on the avatar in the right-hand corner of the page. It’s still your same account but in this new area, you will need to select a username, what others will see when you post - more precisely this would be a display name. You can also change your avatar picture.
What are Groups on SAP Community?
SAP Community launched Groups to enable more connections around shared interests and for you to have valuable conversations. Groups are created around topics that matter to you. In public groups, all discussions and content are visible to all members. In private groups, only members can participate and access the content.
We have already launched several public groups, including SAP Women in Tech, Enterprise Architecture, and the Coffee Corner, among others. We have also launched a number of private groups for Partners to connect, share and learn from each other.
As with everything else in the community, please follow the Rules of Engagement. If you have questions about Groups, please visit the Help section.