Your SAP Peers Want to Hear from You!

Your SAP Peers Want to Hear from You!

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Your SAPinsider Peers Want to Hear from YouIn talking with SAPinsider members we’ve learned that many of you have a real desire to share your strategic insights, business best practices, functional tips, and road-tested advice with your SAP peers. SAPinsider wants to harness that knowledge and catapult it out to the larger SAP community by partnering with you, our readers.

We’re currently accepting contribution ideas to help take SAPinsider’s flagship content to the next level. This is a great opportunity to share actionable advice, receive recognition for a unique perspective you have on an SAP concept or trend, or advance your professional career by expanding your network and becoming an SAPinsider expert (ask your editorial contact about this special badge of honor).

SAPinsiders expect to receive the latest and most useful content to help them maximize their investment in SAP technology. Our audience contains over 380,000 executives, managers, consultants, and implementation and development teams running SAP software.

If your submission is approved by our editorial team your article could appear on SAPinsider Online or in SAPinsider magazine. We’ll also promote your content across SAPinsider’s social platforms. When you contribute to SAPinsider, your content will reach SAP users seeking the most trusted name in SAP information.

What makes a good contributor?

You do not need to be an SAPinsider member or an executive level employee to contribute but you must be an expert in your SAP topic and able to share a distinct viewpoint on that topic. An ideal contributor will have an eye toward thought leadership and will provide action-oriented subject matter. Visit SAPinsider Online to get a better idea of the topics and content types that we publish.

What makes a good pitch?

Our articles range from 500- to 1,000-word blog posts to longer, 1,200- to 2,500-word print articles. Please send a concise, 200-word statement (not a summary or abstract) that outlines what your proposed article will discuss and why it’s relevant to today’s SAP landscape to We will review your pitch and get back to you either way.

Have an idea but not sure how to get started?

SAPinsider’s editorial team can help you spin a concept into a structured and engaging article topic. Let us know what you’re thinking by sending a few lines to and we’ll be in touch if we see potential

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