UA Testimonials and Success Stories
Read the following testimonials and success stories from University Alliances program member schools and professors.
- North America UA Success Story: University of Findlay
Get to know the University of Findlay, who, through the College of Business, became a member of the SAP University Alliance Program in April 2011.
- North America UA Success Story: Central Michigan University
The mission of Central Michigan University's SAP University Alliance Program is to facilitate the integration of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) concepts into and across functional areas of the College of Business Administration's curriculum and programs of study. In the spring of 2012, CMU began its 16th year as a member of the SAP University Alliance Program. Since 1998, CMU has offered undergraduate and graduate courses supported by the SAP software. To date over 8,800 CMU students have participated in business courses supported by SAP and have received an Award of Recognition.
- Pune, India: Symbiosis Center for Management and HRD-Pune
Read the testimonial from Professor Aradhana Gandhi from Symbiosis Center for Management and HRD on her association with SAP University Alliances Program India.
- Pune, India: Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT)
Read the testimonial from Professor S. Vijayakumar Bharathi and students from Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT) on their association with SAP UAP.
- Delhi, India: International Management Institute, New Delhi
Read the testimonial from Professor Ramesh Behl and students from International Management Institute (IMI) as they share their experiences and gains from working with SAP University Alliances Program India.
- Sujata Misra: A Step in the Right Direction
Learn about Sujata Misra, a student in an Australia UA university who took a "step in the right direction" with the SAP UA program.
- North America UA Success Story: Saint Joseph's University
Read the Success Story of Saint Joseph's University as one of the early SAP University Alliances members in the United States.
- Meet a Member: University of Southern California
Read the experience from University of Southern California on how they expanded SAP program in courses and academic degree during a decade.
- NetWeaver-based Application for SAP Consulting
Read the success story about an application developed by students of the Bachelor study course Electronic Business at the University of Applied Sciences Heilbronn, Germany in collaboration with SAP Deutschland AG und Co. KG within the UA program. The application is based on NetWeaver CE to manage and book rooms. The goal was to replace the manual reservation of rooms/equipment with a web-based solution.
- Meet A Member: Northern Kentucky University
Read about how Northern Kentucky University (NKU) remains competitive in the current international business climate demands with increased sophistication of data management and data analysis. To meet these opportunities, the SAP Center of Excellence at NKU is providing the resources and tools required for innovation in ERP and business intelligence (BI).
- North America UA Success Story: Seneca College
Read about how Senaca College aligns curriculum with proven business processes practiced in industry and supported by the right SAP ERP enabling component.
- North America: California State University, Chico
California State University (CSU) Chico was the first school to join the SAP University Alliances in North America and they have consistently offered the most SAP related classes of any school in North America. Faculty there have contributed curriculum to the community over the past 15 years. CSU Chico is one of two UCCs that host schools from north and south America.
- North America: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
As one of the five University Competence Centers worldwide, UWM has revised and increased its SAP-related course offerings - driven by employer demand.
- North America UA Success Story: Widener University
Widener University is a private, metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal attention and experiential learning are key components of the Widener experience.