Do you want to see the 3rd edition of the SAP FI FAQ e-book?

Dmitry Kaglik

August 19, 2013

SAP

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Free e-book from SAP Expert FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON SAP FINANCE is definitely a hit in the SAP Community and this site. The page where you can download the book encounters 10-15% of overall site traffic!

This book is the second edition.

There is a plan now to release the third edition of the book, which will include more materials, mostly from this site. In this way, you will have a single electronic document to refer, if you want to find an answer to SAP FI-related questions.

It is very likely that the third edition will not be released for free downloading. There will be a small charge for the ability to download the book. Will you be ready to pay for the knowledge?

That’s why SAP Expert created a poll, which you can see in the sidebar. It will help SAP Expert to decide whether the 3rd edition is needed or not.

At the same time, you can help with getting the book ready. Which materials you want to include in the 3 would you like to cover? Please comment below!

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