Yup, the year is almost over and just like we do every year-end, we tally up a bunch of numbers to see how we did this year. Drum roll, please…here’s our annual holiday infographic! We did not achieve all these things by ourselves – in fact, most of these were achieved with the awesome help of our customers and SAP instructors. So here’s a big THANK YOU to all of MMC’s community members from the entire MMC team.
You helped us reach these milestones in 2018:
We've compiled a few more SAP training stats for you in this infographic:
In 2019 we’ll be working on a lot of things…but just to highlight a few specific initiatives:
Everybody wants to know how their SAP skills are…and how they compare to everyone else, of course. Our SAP skill checks provide an objective way to gauge your skill level and helps figure out where knowledge gaps exist and how to close them.
We all love dashboards, charts and graphs…so we’ll add them to a brand new user profile page. That’ll make it easier for you to see the overall status of your SAP learning journey, pick up training where you left off and see how close you are to the coveted SAP Guru status level on our website.
It’s always more fun to learn things together as a group. We’ll help you with new social learning features, allowing you to invite colleagues to the same courses you’re taking, connecting with other students and instructors and sharing learning achievements with the rest of the world.
With that, thank you again for all your input and business this year – we really appreciate it and the entire team works hard on offering the best SAP training available.
Happy Holidays to you,
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