Sap - a Map of the Minefield

Sap - a Map of the Minefield

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by Stephen Birchall
     
 

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The secret to a successful SAP implementation is to understand the do's and don'ts and this book can be thought of as a map of the minefield that is SAP. This book can save a company millions of pounds and help a business gain that important edge over their competitors. It can also help anyone involved in SAP to get the most out of their efforts.

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The secret to a successful SAP implementation is to understand the do's and don'ts and this book can be thought of as a map of the minefield that is SAP. This book can save a company millions of pounds and help a business gain that important edge over their competitors. It can also help anyone involved in SAP to get the most out of their efforts.

This is not a technical book and can be read cover to cover rather than only selected chapters.

Included towards the end of the book is a selection of sections that cover specific areas of SAP that are often misunderstood and often cause major problems in an implementation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420873870
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
08/28/2005
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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Sap - a Map of the Minefield 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This book was just what I was looking for. I wanted to know why I had heard so many horror stories and how to avoid this happening. The book uses common sense options and explains why things go wrong. It also helped me understand exactly what is so different about SAP and enabled me to play a more active and constructive role in our SAP project. I am a business user who has never seen SAP before and I can recommend this book to anyone who is involved in the SAP world in any way. It is not a technical book but it does explain in simple terms some of the technical areas. There is something in it for everyone.