I’m pleased to let you know that Questionmark is now an SAP software solution partner.
As you’ll perhaps have seen from SAP’s advertising, many of the world’s best-run businesses run SAP software. Best-run organizations need their employees to perform, learn and be certified, and it makes a lot of sense for us to integrate Questionmark software with SAP so that people can seamlessly move from SAP user interfaces to Questionmark ones and back again.
I’ve had the privilege of working closely with SAP over the last two years. We’ve developed our Connector for use with SAP Learning Solution and deployed it with customers. And I’m now working within Questionmark to encourage deeper links with SAP software in the future so that organizations using SAP will be able to integrate Questionmark assessments even more easily in future.
Questionmark partners with many other great companies, but I’m very proud that we are a formal partner with SAP.
SAP and the SAP partner logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other
countries all over the world.
I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season and anticipating a peaceful and progressive New Year!
One event we are looking forward to is a Customers Online Web Seminar to be presented at 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 26th, by Timothy Pospisil of the Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD). Timothy will explain how NPPD, the largest utility in the nation’s only all-public-power state, has integrated Questionmark Perception with SAP Learning Solution to streamline assessment and training.
Working within a highly-regulated industry, NPPD requires rigorous training and sound assessment of employees’ knowledge and competencies. The company wanted to achieve all this while providing a “one-stop learning shop” that would put employees in control of scheduling their own training and tracking their own progress. At the same time, NPPD wanted to give supervisors and managers oversight of their direct reports, training plans and progress. The one-stop shop, which makes it possible to manage computer-based training in the same system as final records, also requires robust, secure online exams that utilize a wide variety of question types.
The integration of Perception and SAP has greatly enhanced the training process for employees, particularly Nuclear Plant workers. Participants in this Web seminar will learn how this integration meets the strict requirements of a nuclear training program, understand the synergy between Perception and SAP, and find out what NPPD has learned as the first organization to integrate the two systems.
Prashanth Padmanabhan, Product Manager, SAP Enterprise Learning will provide a brief overview of the SAP/Questionmark integration. Consultants Jason Ichen and Van Vayntrub, who assisted NPPD with the implementation of SAP, will be available on the call to answer questions about the process.
Click here to sign up for this complimentary seminar.