Meet some of the participants

The first round of the GPP – ERP started with October 2021. Find out more about some of the participants, their career and motivation to participate in this trainee program.

Doris

Doris

 

Prior position:
Assistant Regulatory Affairs Quality Management, Greiner Bio-One

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
The principal reason was that one of my main contacts left the company. As an internal career changer, I would like to get to know the SAP world from the ground up, enabling new development for myself and my career.

Prior experience with SAP:
Longtime user and key user deputy for SAP QM Module

Planned field of activity in SAP:
Quality Management (QM)

I am most excited about:
I am most thrilled about being part of the exciting Greiner Professional Pro-gram, allowing me to incorporate my long-time experience and knowledge within the Greiner team. A new chapter lies ahead of me and I am looking forward to many new challenges and the exciting cooperation!

Boldly tread new paths!

Michelle

Michelle

Prior position:
Controlling, food manufacturer

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
I wanted to combine my interests in controlling & finance with the world of SAP.

Prior experience with SAP:
SAP CO Key User

Planned field of activity in SAP:
Financen & Controlling (FI/CO)

I am most excited about:
Going on with my journey of improvement by facing new challenges and continuous learning.

New challenges must be faced.

Sandra

Sandra

Prior position:
Coordinator Customer Service / SAP SD Key User, Greiner Packaging User

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
After more than seven years of working in customer service I was ready for a new challenge. During my work as SAP key user I could gain some insights into the world of SAP consultants and this program is the chance for me to take the next step.

Prior experience with SAP:
SAP SD Key User (in different companies)

Planned fi eld of activity in SAP:
Sales & Distribution (SD)

I am most excited about:
To improve my knowledge and especially to learn new things. I am also really looking forward to new people!

You alone determine your path.

Philipp

Philipp

Prior position:
Production Applications Vacuette, Greiner Bio-One

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
In my previous position, I was able to participate in smaller SAP projects and discovered my interest in SAP. When I saw the off er for the trainee program, I had to apply for it immediately.

Prior experience with SAP:
Mainly in the production environment but also partly in projects in the mod-ules PP as well as WM.

Planned field of activity in SAP:
Warehouse Management (WM)

I am most excited about:
To improve my SAP skills and get to know the diff erent expansion stages of SAP in the individual divisions.

Chancen sollte man ergreifen!

Elisabeth

Elisabeth

 

Prior position:
Graphic & Digital Design, Greiner AG

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
After 14 years in communications, I was looking for new challenges. My ap-proach to technical topics has always been there, so the step to apply was a logical one.

Prior experience with SAP:
During my studies, there was a course on SAP (production planning). At Greiner, I used SAP for invoice approval for some time.

Planned field of activity in SAP:
Adobe Forms, ABAP, BTP, Fiori, AppGyver

I am most excited about:
Learning something new and leaving the familiar paths. You have to face new challenges!

Never stop learning!

Nicole

Nicole

 

Prior position:
Production Planning, GPN GmbH

Why I applied for GPP – ERP:
Because it is a chance for personal and professional development. A year ago, I had a look at some SAP trainings. So, as I read the off er for the trainee program it was like: Wow. That´s it.

Prior experience with SAP:
My first contact was at school. In my prior job I used SAP daily for multiple tasks.

Planned field of activity in SAP:
First step Material Management (MM), second Sales & Distribution (SD), open for more

I am most excited about:
New horizons, interesting people, exiting tasks. Let me cite John Augustus Shedd: A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.

New paths are there to be trodden.