About Espresso Tutorials

SAP knowledge condensed and served like a good espresso


FIGURES/DATA/FACTS

12 employees

400 authors

500+ books and videos

80+ countries

How it all started

Amazon Kindle

2011: Martin Munzel and Jörg Siebert, experienced SAP consultants and authors with a passion for SAP technology, found Espresso Tutorials. The idea arose due to a lack of practical, concise SAP books on the market. At the same time, the Kindle arrives in Germany—for the company founders, providing SAP knowledge as an eBook is the logical conclusion.

Printed books

2012: Initially, the demand for eBooks is relatively modest. In contrast, the current topic of electronic financial statements causes a big demand for printed books.
The time is not yet right for “eBooks for SAP software.”

Videos and corporate access

In 2015, the first corporate customers ask for an eBook flat rate for their employees: all content at one price, with access as easy as possible based on an IP address. The first in-house development of a digital SAP library with an initially limited budget is launched. eBooks are increasingly supplemented with video tutorials.

Office in Gleichen

2017: After working completely virtually via email and Skype in the initial years of Espresso Tutorials, in summer, the publishing company opens its first official office for five work stations, complete with its own warehouse, in Gleichen near Göttingen.

et.training

2019: The third version and expansion level of the SAP learning platform is launched. The lending model for books and videos becomes the largest area of business.

What makes us special

Espresso Tutorials is the answer to the digitalization of our learning environments. In 2020, the company—previously purely a publishing company— presents itself as a learning platform for SAP software and related topics. Our trademark: SAP knowledge condensed to the essentials and combined with specific case examples!

In addition to our printed books, we offer a wide variety of further training and education opportunities online: from eBooks through video tutorials and blended learning right up to online conferences.

This concept allows you to learn effectively—you decide on the time and location yourself!

No limits to further SAP training

Customers and authors of Espresso Tutorials live on all five continents of the world. We sell our printed books in more than 80 countries worldwide. In addition to focusing on Europe (in particular, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, United Kingdom) and the USA, Japan has now also become an interesting market.

Team

Espresso Tutorials: Jörg Siebert

Jörg Siebert Co-founder,
Management

Espresso Tutorials: Martin Munzel

Martin Munzel Co-founder,
Management

Espresso Tutorials: Alice Adams

Alice Adams Managing Director
North America

Espresso Tutorials: Anja Achilles

Anja Achilles Proofreading (German),
Video production, PR

Espresso Tutorials: Philip Esch

Philip Esch Graphic design

Espresso Tutorials: Ellen Weidele

Ellen Weidele Accounting

Espresso Tutorials: Tracey Duffy

Tracey Duffy Translation and
Proofreading (English)

Espresso Tutorials: Johann-Christian Hanke

Johann-Christian Hanke Book typesetting, design,
E-book production

Espresso Tutorials: Tanja Jahns

Tanja Jahns Shipping, book typesetting

Espresso Tutorials: Fabian Bentz

Fabian Bentz Frontend Developer

Espresso Tutorials: Jonas Regner

Jonas Regner Backend Developer

Behind Espresso Tutorials is a highly motivated team that cares deeply about every single product.