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[CIPS Event] March 21, 2015 - [Demonstration] How do we teach SAP?
Date: 
Tue, 03/31/2015
Event Location: 
Delta Barington

Time:
5:00 - 6:00 PM Registration & Dinner
6:00 - 7:00 PM Presentation & Questions

Cost:
$40 for members and students
$45 for non-members

Registration Here

Presenter:
Bill Cunningham
Faculty, NSCC IT Campus
Program Chair – IT Diploma – Data Application Development (DAD)
Program Chair – IT Diploma – Database Management and Administration (DBA)
B.Comm. (Quantitative Analysis) MUN, 1986
B.Sc. (Data Analysis) UNB, 1994
Oracle Certified Professional – Database Administrator (1999)
Oracle Certified Professional – Application Developer (1999)
Assistants – Stephen Smith and Mitchell Fredericks, Data Application Development Class of 2015

Topic: SAP Training at NSCC

Introduction – Why SAP?

  • Data Analytics focus, CARET, industry
  • Existing programs and advanced diploma
  • SAP University Alliance benefits – software, curriculum, infrastructure, community

Specifics

  • Course offerings this semester
    • ABAP (Objects) Programming – DAD
    • Intro to ERP, using SAP ERP (Financials) – DBA
    • Data Warehouse Support, using SAP BW – DBA
  • Course Offerings Fall semester
    • IBM System Z Mainframe Processing – DBA
    • Data Provisioning with ETL, using SAP BW and Informatica – DAD and DBA
    • Data Analysis Essentials, using R, SAP Business Objects, SAP Predictive Analysis (SAPPA), MS Excel Analytics add-ins – DAD
  • Demonstration
    • Using SAP GUI ABAP workbench, live connection to the mainframe farm at Milwaukee hosting our SAP images, VLD clients.
    • Use ABAP workbench to create a “hello world” JAVA app
    • Use ABAP workbench to create a more complex app