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SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation by George W. Anderson

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In the Beginning

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, ...

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