Customizing Materials Management Processes in SAP ERP Operations

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Galileo Press, 2009 - Business logistics - 395 pages
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Whether you’re a consultant who wants to familiarize yourself with materials management (MM) customization, or an end user interested in learning about MM business processes, this book is for you. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of the strategies and key processes for materials management, and learn how SAP ERP can be customized to support your business. Practical examples and dozens of timesaving tips are provided throughout to explain the why and how of configuring and customizing MM with SAP ERP Operations.

Your Business Needs: Learn how MM fits into various business processes, including procurement, inventory management, invoicing, and more.

Step-by-Step Configuration: Master the steps needed to customize key MM processes in SAP ERP Operations to meet specific business requirements.

Easy-to-Follow Tips: Use the practical tips included throughout to apply proven, field-tested techniques to your own customization projects.

Real-World Scenarios and Best Practices: Find numerous examples of how MM with SAP ERP Operations is applied to real-life business scenarios.

Business Overview Diagrams: Understand the ins and outs of materials management through the practical diagrams included throughout.

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Excellent and well define business processes of Supply Chain Management. I really liked the approach of defining customizing steps. I am in SAP Consulting since past many years, but really this book has increased my knowledge in many areas, specially in Automatic Account Determination. It is must buy book. Thanks to SAP Press and to Author for such a nice book. 

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Excellent book for SAP professionals. I would recommend everyone involved in SAP projects to buy this book immediately to get complete business processes knowledge along with the step by step configuration process.
Thanks to SAP Press and to author to write such an excellent book.

About the author (2009)

Akash Agrawal has more than 15 years of experience in SAP Supply Chain Management in the continuous process chemical, batch process, discrete manufacturing (telecom & media), utilities, and banking and retail industries. He's worked extensively on SAP system support, rollouts, and upgrade and implementation projects and has managed large global SAP projects in both the United States and Europe. His experience includes working with SAP 4.0B, SAP 4.6C, SAP 4.7 Enterprise Edition, SAP ECC 5.0, SAP ECC 6.0, SAP SRM 5.0, SAP IS Utilities, and other SAP ERP products. Akash is a frequent lecturer and visiting faculty member in some of the world's top business schools, and he speaks on the topics of SCM, ERP, and Production & Operations Management. Akash has received many awards such as the best SAP Architect Award from IBM and the best Quality and Delivery Award. He is an engineer and has an MBA from a premier educational institution.

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