If you are new to the world of SAP implementations, you’re in for quite a ride. And if you’re a veteran of multiple deployments and simply putting in another system, you’re still in for quite a ride. There are many reasons for this, including:
No two SAP solutions are identical.
Planning and deploying SAP R/3 differs in a number of ways from deploying SAP BW, which in turn differs from deploying SAP CRM, and so on.
SAP solutions solve enterprise-wide business problems, hence the requirement to work with not only technology folks but also the appointed business liaisons assigned to support the project.
SAP, by its very nature, is used to solve exceptionally complicated business problems. That is, given its role as an enterprise application, ...