3 Tips on How to Address the SAP Commerce (Hybris) Skills Gap
Nearly two-thirds of SAP organizations are concerned about a future shortage of SAP skills, as a recent survey in UK and Ireland found out. SAP Commerce skills, one of the most in-demand e-commerce tech skills, are vital for e-commerce businesses to secure in order to drive industry growth and innovation.
How can companies address the SAP Commerce skill gap then? Here are some useful tips.
Tip 1: Training
Making SAP Commerce learning and upskilling more accessible to employees could lead to a greater expansion of skills across the workforce—and eliminate some of the need for expensive recruiting and hiring to fill the skills gap.
Tip 2: Retention
Retention is also a key piece—and building an environment where employees want to work is likely to lead to lower turnover and the potential of avoiding a skill gap issue in the first place. Beyond obvious measures such as increased compensation and better benefits, the top companies are also addressing retention by offering better technology experiences and streamlining mundane processes through automation.
Tip 3: Partnership
Working together with an SAP Commerce partner is an excellent choice if you do not want to worry about training or retention. You will be able to keep flexibility at a lower cost while securing the skills and talent on hand to stay one step ahead of your competitors.
Langia is a trusted SAP Commerce partner offering highly specialized experts who can help you to remain agile to respond effectively to evolving consumer habits, and enhance the omnichannel customer experience to stay competitive. Our leading SAP Commerce experts, many of whom have a background with SAP or Hybris itself ensure excellent quality in our delivery and have experience with major international end customers and projects. Contact us for more information!