Now you see the value in regular contributions, but where do you start? Get a sense for the community that best suits your professional needs. You can choose SDN, BPX, BOC and/or UAC. Check out the descriptions below, then get started!
SAP DEVELOPER NETWORK (SDN)Whatever your development expertise, you'll find a home for it on SDN. We're interested in topics related to SAP NetWeaver and its components and general technology as it relates to SAP, including Java, Web services, open source platforms, and scripting languages. We focus on the most obvious to the most abstract aspects of technologies surrounding SAP. With the help of the community we continue to expand and explore every area. Learn more on Getting Started: SDN.
BUSINESS PROCESS EXPERT COMMUNITY (BPX)We're interested in topics related to the tasks of a business process expert, such as modeling, process architecture and design, process-driven project management, BPM methodology, end-to-end process descriptions, and industry-specific process improvement scenarios. In addition, we welcome content describing sustainability, governance, analytics, and customer relationship management. Case studies outlining how you or your company tackled and solved a business challenge are also welcome. Learn more on Getting Started: BPX.
SAP BUSINESS OBJECTS COMMUNITY (BOC)
The SAP BusinessObjects community (BOC) helps members gain accurate business insight quicker through exclusive expert content, peer-to-peer collaboration and best practice sharing. BOC members are looking for information on business intelligence (BI) client solutions, including Crystal Reports Design, Dashboard Design (formerly Xcelsius), SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, and Interactive Analysis tools. Share your blogs, sample reports and dashboards, best practices articles, and participate in forums and wikis. Learn more on Getting Started: BOC.
UNIVERSITY ALLIANCES COMMUNITY (UAC)The University Alliances Community (UAC) is seeking to build a repository of faculty-developed classroom materials that will help educators from around the world incorporate SAP concepts and ERP technology successfully into their classes, as well as best practices and related research. Some examples include: student case studies, hands-on exercises, classroom presentation, a recorded demo or lecture and answers to curriculum-related questions. Faculty are invited to take an active role in contributing to our forums, wiki and blogs. Learn more on Getting Started: UAC.