Books and YouTube channels have already been overviewed – now it’s time to talk about the audio format of information sources that tell about SAP. Next in line today are top podcasts that will be useful to all SAP users – experienced or just beginners.
SAP Experts Podcast
This is one of the most popular SAP podcasts today, hosted by the notorious Akshi Mohla, Steven Spears, Victor Hoeck and Timo Deiner. The presenters meet with the agricultural professionals working with SAP and discuss the most burning issues in the industry. Interviews, trends, innovations, tough questions – you’ll hear it all in a podcast aimed at clients from all areas of SAP systems.
Inside SAP S/4HANA
Some podcasts like Inside SAP S/4HANA cover specific SAP products – as the name suggests. As part of the podcast, experts share their experience in using SAP S/4HANA. The podcast will be interesting and useful for those who already use this product line, as well as for those who are just looking at it.
This very podcast is perfect for those who are just starting to explore the world of SAP and want to learn in a simple format – on the go. The podcast features interviews with CPS instructors who will give you tips on how to get the technology up and running faster and easier, what to look out for and how to avoid the most common mistakes.
Bluebeard’s Tech Talk
Josh Bentley is a developer and SAP specialist who knows the manufacturer’s product line well and therefore provides interesting and informative content on the topic. His podcast contains useful information on the cloud platform, containerized applications, partnerships with AWS, and more. Although Josh is a SAP employee, all content he produces is copyright and does not belong to the manufacturer.
SAP Partner Podcast
The SAP Partner Podcast is aimed primarily (as the name suggests) at SAP partners, but it will also be of value to SAP customers and the general public. Interesting speakers from different SAP teams take part in each of the episodes – they share their experience, discuss news and tell their stories. You will learn not only about the successes, but also about the problems that users may encounter – but most importantly, you will be able to benefit from the experience of others.