Product Costing Book to read

Dmitry Kaglik

August 4, 2014

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SAPexpert wrote about a year ago about a “must read” book for people who think of taking on career in SAP: The Essential SAP Career Guide.

Later the interview with book’s author Tanya Duncan was published.

In that interview, Tanya promised that her next book would be about SAP Product Costing. And she kept her promise!

Let me introduce you a new book by Tanya Duncan: Practical Guide to SAP CO-PC (Product Costing Controlling).

You can get this book from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.

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