Lesson 3 Entering User Profile Data

SAP stores a record of personal, organizational, and contact data about you in its database. This record is called your user profile, and it includes your name, title, location, and phone numbers, as well as your preferences on dates, number formats, and output printer.

You are responsible for maintaining the data in your user profile. You should enter data there as soon as you begin to use the SAP system, then update it whenever there is some change in these data—for example, when you change work location or get promoted to a new job. It is especially important to keep your location and contact data current, because other users who are trying to locate or communicate with you may call up your SAP user profile ...

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