More titles, handbooks and training manuals available for IT staff and users

SAP AG has expanded its Learning Hub web site where IT staff can delve deeply to learn more about the using the company’s software.

SAP said Thursday it is making more than 2,000 titles available to subscribers, including e-learnings, handbooks and training manuals. Users can work with with SAP instructors, subject matter experts and other learners in a social learning environment, the company said, through one subscription to the site. SAP is also making more than 120 titles available free through the discovery edition of Learning Hub.

Opened in 2012, Learning Hub has more than 230 customers and 13,000 subscribers.

“We want to increase the reach of enablement and training for SAP skills in the market from the 500,000 people we train annually to the estimated three to four million professionals who use SAP systems every day,”, Markus Schwarz, senior vice president and global head of SAP Education. “With the expanded SAP Learning Hub, we have taken key technologies from the SAP Cloud portfolio to change both our business model and our learning approach to offer an entirely new learning experience. And in the process we have made accessing, purchasing and consuming learning easier than ever for our customers and partners.”

The company said not only can IT staff  and application users can improve their overall knowledge and skills of SAP solutions through the service, partners, consultants and freelancers can also use it to get the practice they need to become SAP-certified.

Learning Hub is built on SuccessFactors Learning solution. SAP bought SuccessFactors in 2011.

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