Implementing SAP with an ASAP methodology focus by Arshad Khan

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Implementing SAP will appeal to professionals planning to work on SAP/ERP projects including senior executives, directors, project managers and project implementation team members including functional/business analysts, developers and trainers. Implementing SAP covers topics including need for ERP software, SAP characteristics and functionality, and implementation methodologies. Extensively covers the five ASAP implementation methodology phases: Project Preparation, Business Blueprint, Realization, Final Preparation, and Go-Live & Support. Implementing SAP addresses project principles, guidelines and tips that are applicable to SAP implementations. It also discusses the trends that are expected to impact the growth of ERP systems in the future. Finally, a methodology for evaluating ERP software is described for those who may consider implementing an ERP system.

About Arshad Khan

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ARSHAD KHAN, who has over a dozen books to his credit, has consulted for major corporations on data warehousing and business intelligence). He has taught several university courses and currently teaches the business intelligence course at University of California, Santa Cruz. Mr. Khan has a graduate degree in chemical engineering as well as an MBA.
Published July 10, 2002 by iUniverse. 198 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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