My name is Martin English, and I consider myself very lucky to be able to work with modern computer technology and software. I feel very passionately that the best way to keep myself in this fortunate position is to always provide the best value I can.


My main emphasis and interest has always been around the SAP BASIS / #SAPADMIN / SAP Netweaver Technical Consultant area, but I also have a wide range of non SAP computing experience, from CICS & DB/2 on MVS and Z-OS on the mainframe to CSS, javascript, python &tc on the w w w.





Neither I nor this site are affiliated with SAP AG

Recent stuff, by and about me, from around the web


Moving to the cloud for collaboration Q&A with Martin English


Does SAP really want NON SAP Developers ? 1 of 3

Does SAP really want NON SAP Developers ? 2 of 3

Does SAP really want NON SAP Developers ? 3 of 3

Does SAP really want NON SAP Developers ? 4 of 3

A Simple UI5 application running against ABAP without the SAP UI5 Add-on

My roles have included SAP consulting at various levels, including pre-sales and customer consulting, platform architecture, system administration, installation, implementation, upgrades and migrations. I’ve achieved Certification as a Technical Consultant in Netweaver, Business Warehouse and XI, and as an Application Consultant in Business Warehouse. I have practical experience with SAP on Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, and Max DB, plus some exposure to ABAP on HANA.

I have my own Solution Manager and Netweaver 7.4 systems running on AWS (like this website).


Martin English Resume (MS Word)

Martin English Resume (PDF)


Certified Technical Consultant Technology Administration,

OS / DB migration of SAP Systems (targeting both on-premise and cloud environments),

Architecture, Sizing, Implementation, Go live and Support phases of SAP systems

Installation and Support of ECC, BW, CRM, PI / PO, Solution Manager

on Oracle, DB2, MS-SQL, MaxDB, and exposure to ABAP on HANA

on variants of UNIX, Linux and Windows


I am a regular attendee and speaker at the Mastering SAP Technologies Conferences. My involvement in the SAP community was recognised in June 2011 when I was appointed as a member of the SAP Mentor Program, one of less than 150 people recognised. I was interviewed (on my expertise with cloud computing) during the European 2011 Sapphire / SAP Teched at Madrid.