SAP Japan Starts New Training Service for Partners Concerning Corporate Governance and Regulatory Compliance

From basic concepts to system construction, semi-custom format enables training in line with partners’ needs

TokyoSAP Japan Co., Ltd. will offer its business partners a new training service concerning Corporate Governance and Regulatory Compliance, starting today. This service covers a broad range of topics, from fundamental knowledge and concepts of internal administration, to the technical skills required by people involved in the actual construction and operation of internal administration systems. The service is available in customized form, enabling partners to choose course dates and training content in line with their needs. In specific terms, a “semi-custom” format is used, enabling the course content, which usually requires 10 days, to be divided into smaller units, so partners can freely select the content they need. Through this means, courses can be efficiently designed in accordance with project status and schedule, type of business, and so on, enabling trainees to acquire the knowledge and skills they need. All price quotations for the training service will be made individually, depending on the curriculum desired.

About SAP Japan

SAP Japan, established in 1992, is the Japanese subsidiary of SAP AG, the world’s leading company in the enterprise software field. SAP provides various solutions that enable configuration for enterprise resource planning (ERP), supplier relationship management (SRM), supply chain management (SCM), customer relations management (CRM), enterprise portals, and product lifecycle management (PLM). There are already 12 million users of SAP products, at over 28,200 companies in 120 countries worldwide. SAP products integrate all kinds of business processes within and between enterprises, making those processes more efficient. In Japan alone, more than 1,300 corporate groups already utilize SAP products, which are helping to promote the spread of IT among Japanese businesses, as well as enhancing international competitiveness and corporate value. (http://www.sap.com/japan)