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The global supply chain backlog has had an impact on everything from the automotive industry to . But as inflation rises and businesses continue to face operational challenges, there could be ample opportunity for developers in the ops and logistics space, making SAP worth learning.

SAP is an enterprise resource planning software suite that helps businesses manage their operations, customer relations and more. Programmers can customize the platform to suit an organization’s needs, and the .

This collection includes 13 self-paced courses from Uplatz, a UK-based IT training provider. Since 2017, this company’s library has grown to more than 5,000 classes, and it’s taught one million students in 103 countries worldwide. Its job-focused content centers on functional applications of modern technology practices such as data science, mobile app development, Google Cloud and, of course, SAP.

The bundle starts with SAP basics, teaching you about system installation, configuration and performance management of different components. As you progress, you can learn about Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP), SAP HANA’s essential features, performance analysis and data connectivity to various sources and targets.

Furthermore, you’ll find courses on efficiently leveraging data and creating integration flows using SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC) and Cloud Platform Integration (CPI). With 300 hours of training under your belt, you may be well on your way to landing your first Full Stack SAP Developer role.

Course list:

    SAP Basis

    SAP ABAP

    SAP ABAP on HANA

    SAP BW/4HANA

    SAP BO (Business Objects Business Intelligence)

    SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC)

    SAP BODS (Data Services)

    SAP HANA

    SAP HANA Admin

    SANA CPI (Cloud Platform Integration)

    SAP HCI (HANA Cloud Integration)

    SAP MDG

    SAP IDOC

With the 2022 Full Stack SAP Developer eLearning Bundle, you’ll discover how to implement operations solutions for a broad range of enterprises. or $3 per course.

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