- The initiative is open to the entire SAP® Learning Hub program community
- EY is the first SAP global partner to join program
EY today announces that it will join the SAP® Learning Room program for partners on SAP Learning Hub and launch the EY Digital Transformation Learning Room, which will be open to a potential community of more than 520,000 learners on SAP Learning Hub. SAP Learning Rooms are virtual spaces for social and collaborative learning and skill development on SAP Learning Hub.
SAP launched the program with the aim to bring complementary external knowledge and expertise into SAP Learning Hub. EY is the first SAP global partner to join the program.
SAP will create a new catalog category of SAP Learning Rooms in SAP Learning Hub, entitled “SAP Learning Rooms run by partners.” Customers can benefit from the EY content in the Digital Transformation Learning Room in an intuitive format. The content will be delivered online on SAP’s leading-edge training platform.
Tim Fuller, EY Global SAP Leader, says:
“We are proud to be chosen as the first global partner on board for this initiative on SAP Learning Hub. This innovative program demonstrates the expertise and capabilities of EY and further strengthens the longstanding relationship between EY and SAP.”
Sabine Benz, Global Business Development Lead, SAP Learning Hub, SAP SE says:
“At SAP, we are very excited to have EY as the first partner on board to help demystify the topic of digital transformation on SAP Learning Hub. This initiative is another milestone in the two companies’ longtime and successful track record of collaboration and co-innovation. It also demonstrates the start of an extended scope for SAP Learning Hub, and we look forward to drive this latest innovation together with EY.”
The EY Digital Transformation Learning Room will go live during SAP FKOM in Barcelona on 9 January 2018.
To learn more about the EY SAP alliance, visit the EY microsite.
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