Introduction to Trade Asset Management in SAP

A Trade Asset is an equipment made re-operational in the trade to generate demand for the goods. Trade Assets facilitate the selling of finished goods, in addition to preparing it for utilization. They are sold, rented, leased or given to customers on loan. Trade asset is an expensive proposition for a company due to a […]

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Best open source HRM and ERP solutions

Today I continue to tell you about non-SAP ERP solutions, the topic I started earlier. You’ve been reading about Microsoft Dynamics and some Open Source ERP systems already. Now let’s re-read what Jack Wallen named Best open source HRM and ERP solutions in his article on Techrepublic. It’s been often mentioned that enterprise-level companies have fully […]

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How do SAP users see ABAPers?

Until now I have never written any ABAP programs. I hope some day to have an opportunity of doing that, as a complete SAP guru. It should be possible, because my programming skills are strong and I am a key user of SAP PM. I have been using SAP since 2008. I started carefully, intimidated […]

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7 key benefits of SAP SD implementation for Colomer

With the implementation of SAP we have seen many important benefits to our company Colomer, both globally and on a departmental level. SAP encouraged global standardization, greatly increasing the synergy and transparency between business units as we now share best practices.

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Advantages of ABAP in the BW Environment

The advantages of having ABAP knowledge and working within the BW environment are significant. I have been involved now with BW for 2 years – prior to this I programmed ABAP for 5 years. The area of BW that I am writing about is the efficiency of the ETL (Extraction, Transformation & Loading) processes.

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