Keep up to date with SAP technologies. Here you’ll find our recommended online resources for learning and development for beginner, intermediate and experienced levels.
Find and explore:
The official SAP user community has nearly 450 specialist sub-groups and gets millions of visitors per month. If you’re not registered there, you should be!
An active community of SAP users, covering question and answers, blogs, discussions and whitepapers.
A large site with some sections more active than others. Here you’ll find SAP tutorials, forums, SAP jobs, training recommendations, SAP news and career guidance.
You will find subreddits covering nearly any topic you care to mention. Here are a few SAP-related ones you might find useful, some are more active than others.
Read about real-world use of SAP software, S/4HANA, industry news and what it’s like to be an SAP consultant around the world.
Blogs by SAP consultants covering everything from the company, events and detailed technical posts.
A blog covering anything and everything to do with SAP Basis.
The blog of the UK and Ireland SAP User Group. Articles on the UKISUG and SAP-related news and industry updates.
A privately run blog that pulls in the latest SAP news from a number of sources.
Available on the web, the App Store or Google Play, Digitalist Magazine covers the digital economy, the future of work, the Internet of Things and digital supply chains. The articles are all high-level but are written by the thought leaders in SAP and give an indication of where the technology might be moving.
A collection of the top 60 SAP blogs.
openSAP is a portal for free SAP courses open to the public. The courses are entirely online, available from any device, and consist of video/written content and submitted assignments.
The official SAP certification and accreditation hub.
SAP tutorials, tips and training content.
A broad spectrum of high-level SAP topics from industry leaders brought to you by SAP.
All SAP topics covered, from technical to compliance.
The most active publisher of SAP books. There are titles available covering programming, administration, all the SAP modules as well as IT management books.
There are dozens of SAP groups on LinkedIn. The quality of these will vary depending on how and if they are moderated. Search Linkedin (and filter for ‘Groups’) to find a specific niche you are interested in.
SAP Community, 340,000 members.
SAP Basis Consultants, 30,000 members.
SAP FICO Consultants, 25,000 members.
Global SuccessFactors and SAP Community, 20,000 members.
Whilst you’re on Linkedin, you should probably follow the company to keep up to date with SAP news:
SAP company page, 850,000 followers.
The central place for SAP documentation, release notes, installation and configuration guides and more!
Question and answer sessions with experienced SAP consultants and in-depth technical SAP topics are covered every few weeks.
The SAP Community Network has an active webinar section with content covering a broad range of topics including digital transformation, integration, software demos and webinars showcasing businesses run on SAP.
The SAP events website lists in-person as well as online (webinar) events. You can search previous and upcoming webinars using the filters and find content covering high-level SAP topics, down to the nitty gritty of various modules. There are webinars in a variety of languages.
The UK and Ireland SAP User Group list several webinars per month. If you flip to calendar view, you are able to browse to previous webinars. Members only.
Videos you find on Youtube will obviously vary wildly in quality, and will also date quickly. Having said that, there are more than a few channels you can subscribe to. It’s worth searching for module or niche-specific channels that might be of interest to you. Here are just a few:
The UKISUG comprises 500 organisations and 4000 members. For paying members, the UKISUG offers over 100 events per year.
All the official SAP events are listed here: premier, solution, industry, corporate, and support events. You can filter based on location, event type, language and dates.
The list of the SAP events you cannot miss!
There are countless accounts of SAP specialists, but you will that most also tweet a lot more personal information rather than anything you might find useful. The accounts below are all either company or community-related.
SAP Community Network: twitter.com/SAPCommNet
SAP news: twitter.com/sapnews
SAP Social Software twitter.com/SAPSocial
SAP 4 Good twitter.com/sap4good
SAP TV twitter.com/saptv
SAP Education twitter.com/SAPEDU
SAP Retail twitter.com/SAP_Retail
SCN Blogs twitter.com/SCNblogs
SAP Mobile twitter.com/SAPMobile
SAP Digital Business Services twitter.com/SAPDigitalSvcs
SAP HANA twitter.com/SAPInMemory
SAP Analytics twitter.com/SAPAnalytics