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DDLS would like to announce an exciting new partnership with SAP Inc., the global leader in enterprise application software. DDLS will be the training provider for SAP Inc clients who are looking to streamline their processes and to ‘run simple’ in the cloud. With over 378,000 customers, including 91% of the Forbes Global 2000 companies, SAP is at the centre of today’s fast-moving digital revolution. Add to this is the fact that 64% of companies acknowledge that they do not currently possess the skills necessary to support their ‘digital transformation’ and you have increasing demand for SAP training and enablement solutions.

David Dekker, Head of Education ANZ at SAP, notes that “The partnership with DDLS is an excellent fit. It will extend our reach and enhance our ability to meet our customers’ growing demand for training and enablement services.”

“This is an outstanding achievement for the DDLS team. Supplementing our portfolio by bringing high quality SAP training to our clients. We’ve learnt over the last 25 years that empowering people through training will ultimately boost technical proficiency across the organisation. We are excited to align Australian organisations with the SAP curriculum, helping create learning plans that align to business goals.” commented Gary Duffield, Alliances Director for DDLS.

With more than 25 years’ experience operating in the Australian training market, DDLS is a trusted provider of quality training to nearly 70,000 students and a partner for many Tier 1 technology vendors. The company has training facilities in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra.

You can view the portfolio of SAP training and enablement that is available through DDLS on our website.

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