Your Journey to SAP Cloud Certification

Are you cloud ready?

SAP is moving forward with a “cloud-first” approach, and with this, they need to ensure a skilled population of business users and consultants are ready for this leap. Cloud solutions require SAP customers and consultants to contain an enhanced skillset based on a continuous learning mindset to keep pace with software that changes frequently. The classic skills learned from ECC implementations remain relevant, but additional learning is required to facilitate a successful go-live on a cloud-based solution.

SAP’s cloud certification is an accreditation of excellence to validate one’s knowledge in a specific module. This Q&A will help you map your personal cloud learning journey and increase your chances of successfully receiving certification. You will learn:
- The ways that SAP cloud certification differs from certifications offered in the past and why it matters to the SAP community’
- How cloud certification will help you better prepare for your projects; and
- Where to start and how to prepare for the certification exam.

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MEET THE AUTHORS

Arturo Pinazo SAP S/4 HANA Cloud certified FICO Consultant, delaware United Kingdom
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Arturo Pinazo, SAP FICO Consultant, is an SAP S/4 HANA Cloud certified FICO Consultant at delaware United Kingdom. He has deep knowledge of the finance and controlling module, especially in the area of digital tax. In his most recent project, he was responsible for configuring and implementing Advanced Compliance Reporting for four different countries including Great Britain for an EX Cloud customer. Arturo also serves as a Finance training lead where he has directed several transformation projects, successfully training many different FICO modules to Delaware’s customers. He is currently working on a S/4 HANA Cloud ES project in the Professional Services industry, where ACR will be deployed globally in 14 countries. Arturo received his degree in Economics and Accounting from Clemson University (South Carolina) in 2017, where he played tennis in the NCAA Division I league.