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What Is SAP Training?

German software maker SAP AG markets its SAP ("System Analysis and Program development") suite of applications to large organizations, enabling clients to improve corporate operating processes. SAP training program graduates manage network analyzers and corporate databases.

German software maker SAP AG markets its SAP ("System Analysis and Program development") suite of applications to large organizations, enabling clients to improve corporate operating processes.  SAP training program graduates manage network analyzers and corporate databases.


Features

A SAP training workshop introduces the SAP application to participants, emphasizing the most important tools in database administration.  The workshop also teaches how to increase the value of information technology investments, reduce the total cost of network tools, and facilitate the system's adoption and use among critical end-users.


Benefits

SAP training sessions help lower corporate information technology costs in the short and long terms.  These sessions are key points atop senior management's agenda, since effective IT procedures prevent unauthorized access to corporate data and eliminate information breaches.


Target Audience

SAP training targets a diverse audience, including professionals with no direct connection to information systems management.  Likely attendees are IT managers, database administrators, technical services managers, management information systems directors, and computing services supervisors, according to the US.

Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network. 

About the Author

Marquis Codjia is a New York-based freelance writer, investor and banker. He has authored articles since 2000, covering topics such as politics, technology and business. A certified public accountant and certified financial manager, Codjia received a Master of Business Administration from Rutgers University, majoring in investment analysis and financial management.

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