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eBook SAP R/3 Implementation With ASAP : The Official SAP Guide epub

by Hartwig Brand

eBook SAP R/3 Implementation With ASAP : The Official SAP Guide epub
  • ISBN: 0782124275
  • Author: Hartwig Brand
  • Genre: Techno
  • Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sybex Inc (January 1999)
  • Pages: 591 pages
  • ePUB size: 1546 kb
  • FB2 size 1909 kb
  • Formats txt lrf azw doc


SAP R/3 Implementation with ASAP book. Written by SAP authors with SAP technical endorsement, these books are perfect for IT managers, consultants, administrators, implementers, and many other computing professionals.

SAP R/3 Implementation with ASAP book.

After an overview of the implementation process, this book charges into the new Accelerated program, ASAP. Speed through the most difficult implementation of R/3 version 4 by using this practical guide to ASAP.

Speed through the most difficult implementation of R/3 version 4 by using this practical guide to ASAP. The CD-ROM contains a test engine for Certified Technical Consultant training.

This is a high-level view of an R/3 ASAP implementation.

Hartwig Brand works for SAP's TCC (Technical Core Competence) Group, developing and teaching administration and implementation courses and writing numerous technical articles for SAPNet, the area of the SAP Web site devoted to technical education and support. This is a high-level view of an R/3 ASAP implementation. It is too light for detailed planning, but does cover the implementation process sufficiently for project managers and implementation team members new to the SAP R/3 environment. Strengths: The author does an excellent job of explaining the R/3 environment and the ASAP implementation approach.

From the Publisher: After an overview of the implementation process, this book charges into the new Accelerated program, ASAP. You'll learn about ASAP in its five phases and the various objectives, requirements, time frames, and tasks associated with each phase. And you'll see a walk-through of the process, fro. ONTINUE READING.

All the customization activities necessary to integrate SAP ERP with SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer are defined in a hierarchical structure in the SAP Implementation Guide structure. For example, the structure contains the customizing activities for code lists, automatic generation of integration settings, manually maintaining the integration settings, and BADIs. This is a guide to implementing the planning tool R/3, used to plan resources such as hardware, staff, and finances. It aims to take the reader through each process step by step, from inception to planning, designing, testing and "throwing the switch".

SAP R/3 implementation with ASAP. the official SAP guide. Based on R/3 Release . "-Cover. Published 1999 by Sybex in San Francisco. Includes CD-ROM with a test engine designed to familiarize the reader with the Certified Technical Consultant (CTC) exam format. Official SAP R/3 implementation with ASAP.

ASAP stands for Accelerated SA. Globalteckz - Official Odoo partners.

ASAP stands for Accelerated SAP. ASAP Methodology is one of the important Software Development Life Cycles (SDLC) used for SAP Implementation projects. SAP is one of the best ERP systems, and ASAP Methodology is the way SAP implementation happens. SAP Implementation consists of several phases that include every stage of the software development lifestyle (SDLC) for SAP implementation. ASAP Methodology divides a project according to these vital phases. Each phase is considered a milestone.

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Provides check lists of things a company should consider when implementing SAP a means of avoiding pitfalls that others have suffered.

Provides check lists of things a company should consider when implementing SAP a means of avoiding pitfalls that others have suffered.

After an overview of the implementation process, this book charges into the new Accelerated program, ASAP. You'll learn about ASAP in its five phases and the various objectives, requirements, time frames, and tasks associated with each phase. You'll prepare for the day the system goes live through intelligent implementation design, discussion of staffing and other resources, and an introduction to the available utilities. And you'll see a walk-through of the process, from inception through planning, designing and testing. The CD includes a test engine, useful toward becoming an SAP Certified Technical Consultant.
Comments: (2)
Delagamand
I got this book based on a recommendation of an associate who liked the way it laid out the implementation of a complex software suite. I am not a SAP R/3 specialist, but am an IS/IT consultant who develops and implements service level management solutions and also manages projects of the complexity and scope of an R/3 implementation. Moreover, I have been providing consulting services to a company that does specialize in R/3 integration, so reading this book became important for a number of professional reasons.
Things I most like: the book is an easy read and is laid out in a sequence that allows you to fully understand the issues and factors, and tasks and deliverables required to implement R/3 using SAP's ASAP approach. I loved the clear illustrations and the sequencing of tasks. I had no problem understanding this book even though I had never implemented (or even supported R/3). I saw numerous parallels between the R/3 implementation requirements and those of past projects in which I had participated. When I was in the mainframe world a book this complete and clearly laid out would have been worth its weight in gold. In fact, the clarity and information contained in the book is much better than anything I have read or used in *any* environment.
I found none of the major shortcomings pointed out by previous reviewers. I think the book addresses security in the detail called for because this implementation aspect is tailored to each enterprise and no single book can possibly cover it in detail. I also found the information presented on two levels: one for technical staff and the other for business process owners, both groups will be playing a big role in any implementation. Perhaps if the business and technical information were segmented in the book it would be more accessible to both groups; however, it would also break the flow of the book. I personally like it the way it is. I do agree that the CD ROM contains material that has nothing top do with the book's topic.
Overall, I learned a lot about SAP R/3 ASAP implementation and general issues and factors for any large-scale application implementation from this book. The author did an excellent job of structuring the book to correspond to project phases and stages, and the well designed illustrations greatly aided the text. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is going to be involved in an R/3 ASAP implementation, or who needs a good model for planning the implementation of any complex enterprise application suite. It earns 5 stars from my point of view.
Envias
This is a high-level view of an R/3 ASAP implementation. It is too light for detailed planning, but does cover the implementation process sufficiently for project managers and implementation team members new to the SAP R/3 environment.
Strengths: The author does an excellent job of explaining the R/3 environment and the ASAP implementation approach. Each chapter contains useful advice, and the way the information is presented will make the development of a work breakdown structure and project plan a fairly straightforward task. It is clearly written and well illustrated, and provides complete coverage of the implementation, albeit at a high level. I like the fact that post implementation requirements are addressed, which is something that is unfortunately not considered until too late in a project.
Weaknesses: This book begs for checklists, an example work breakdown structure and end-to-end project plan. I did not like the superficial way security planning was addressed - the information provided in the chapter devoted to that topic is so generic as to be useless. Since the book is aimed at guiding architects, administrators and technical members of the implementation project team the accompanying CD ROM lent no value to the book because sample test questions for SAP certification have nothing to do with an ASAP implementation. The CD ROM's storage could have been put to much better use had checklists, project plan templates and other ASAP deliverables been provided instead.
Overall this book is not as valuable to its intended audience as it is for project planners and managers. It can be used as a valuable reference for developing an RFI or RFP for an ASAP implementation. It can also be effectively used as a training guide to prepare an IS/IT department for an implementation because it does give a complete picture of what needs to be done, and to an extent, why. It merits 3.5 stars in my opinion, but I'll give it the benefit of 4 instead of 3, which are my only rating choices.
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