Snapshot: Walker School Students Receive SAP Student Recognition Award Certificates

May. 9, 2016

Snapshot: Walker School Students Receive SAP Student Recognition Award Certificates George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology students received the SAP Student Recognition Award Certificate.

Eighteen Webster students in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology received the SAP Student Recognition Award Certificate, which is issued by SAP America. This award is given to students who successfully complete at least three SAP courses.

The following students were presented with their SAP Award Recognition Certificate at a ceremony hosted by Tom Johnson, interim dean of the Walker School: Alicia Ahrens Gil de Mejia, Tim Bachmann, Laurence Eddy, Yi (Tima) Fan, Ken Johnson, Ophis Mills, Terry Throgmartin, Suraj Pandya, Aaron Loste, Dalila Piric, Fadil Hodzic, Tiffany Novak, Dmotriy Gritsenko and Tony Chavez.

SAP University Alliance

The George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology is a proud member of the SAP University Alliance Program, which enables students to select courses to gain hands-on, real-world experience with the world leader in enterprise resources planning (ERP) systems. SAP business intelligence (BI) technology empowers Walker School of Business and Technology students in their current job, promotion, or in job interviews by developing skills that employers need. Walker students can confirm their knowledge through the SAP Student Recognition Award.

SAP Student Recognition Award

Students who complete at least three SAP courses (with a grade of B or better) offered by the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology, are eligible to earn a Student Recognition Award in conjunction with SAP America, Inc. This award acknowledges that students have gained significant experience with the SAP software as part of their academic degree programs.

Upon completion of the requirements for this award, students understand how technology can enable integrated business processes and strategic and tactical decision making, with skills that can add immediate value to the marketplace. Students gain a basic understanding of the SAP system and gain experience in master data creation and transaction processing using SAP. Students who receive this award may list SAP as a basic skill on their resumes and thus increase their desirability to firms and companies that utilize SAP or other ERP and BI systems.

About SAP

SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications, serving  300,000 organizations in 190 countries around the world. SAP was created with the belief that "real-time" data processing can help bring people closer to business intelligence. The company promotes a dedication to innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit that enable SAP to continually push what's technically possible, and a commitment to collaboration and co-creating solutions with SAP customers.

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