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Jon Reed, Michael Doane
by Jon Reed, Michael Doane

Since SAP R/3 exploded on the North American scene in 1993, the SAP consulting market has been phenomenal. As the market moves into a mature phase, SAP consultants need new strategies and tactics to further their careers. In this eagerly-awaited handbook, the authors - an SAP practice director and an SAP recruiter - combine forces to offer in-depth advice on everything from how to get a start in SAP consulting to balancing multiple job offers. This book is a must for anyone involved in the field of SAP consulting.


Dan Woods (Author), Jeffrey Word (Author)
by Dan Woods (Author), Jeffrey Word (Author)

We always had a quiet chuckle at the preposterous title of this book. It Shows IT directors and managers how to get up and running with Netweaver, SAP's Web services-based business integration and application platform.


Axel Angeli, Ulrich Streit, Robi Gonfalonieri
by Axel Angeli, Ulrich Streit, Robi Gonfalonieri

Contents include Interface Technologies in R/3, concepts of IDocs, predefined IDocs, developing IDocs solutions, timing and triggering interface processing, Internet, automated distribution with ALE, automated business with workflow set up, and more.


Jose Antonio Hernandez
by Jose Antonio Hernandez

MySAP provides a range of tools for enhancing the performance and productivity of your business. Offering greater functionality than its predecessors, mySAP can guide you through successful e-business collaboration. Roadmap to mySAP.com depicts the "Big Picture" of this new Web computing/e-business philosophy from SAP. Through practical examples and documentation from SAP, it covers the main concepts around SAP's Internet strategy-the solutions, applications, architectures, and supporting systems.


Mario Perez, Alexander Hildenbrand, Bernd Matzke, Peter Zencke, Thomas Hantusch
by Mario Perez, Alexander Hildenbrand, Bernd Matzke, Peter Zencke, Thomas Hantusch

The SAP R/3 Client/Server system now has a direct interface with the Internet. Every SAP user can now use standard internet business applications or build their own tailored applications. This book provides a concise introduction setting out the case for integrating business functionality on the web, which is at present unique to SAP, as all other solutions integrate data only. -Describes the SAP internet gateway, and all associated components of the system architecture -Introduces the SAP.


Gareth M. De Bruyn, Robert Lyfareff, Ken Kroes
by Gareth M. De Bruyn, Robert Lyfareff, Ken Kroes

With Advanced ABAP/4 Programming for SAP, the thousands of new ABAP/4 programmers will learn the latest techniques for developing custom applications using SAP's R/3 system and the Internet. Real-world examples, source code, and professional advice from the experienced authors enhance and support each topic. Advanced ABAP/4 Programming for SAP also includes step-by-step instructions for developing applications with ABAP/4 Modular programming and everything you need to know for developing.


Ken Kroes, Gareth M. de Bruyn
by Ken Kroes, Gareth M. de Bruyn

The Consultant's Guide to SAP R/3 is the complete reference for consultants and business managers looking to hire or work with an SAP R/3 specialist. As a prospective consultant, you will learn good consultant etiquette, successful interviewing strategies, and tax tips for running a consulting business. You will also gain valuable insight on the high-tech consultant culture. If you are a business manager, you will learn how to determine if you really need an SAP consultant, how to evaluate SAP.


Ken Kroes, Anil Thakur, Gareth M. deBruyn, Robert Lyfareff
by Ken Kroes, Anil Thakur, Gareth M. deBruyn, Robert Lyfareff

As a programmer, you need to know how to get the most out of using Java in the SAP environment. This book will show you how to tie key corporate data through the Internet; create, change, and display information via Java applets or executable code; and how Java and SAP interrelate. Java & BAPI Technology for SAP is a solid reference for beginning and intermediate users who are seeking help in this booming area.


Naeem Hashmi
by Naeem Hashmi

Business Information Warehouse is the core information hub of all modules in SAP. This book shows you how to implement a data warehouse that can support reporting and analysis needs across diverse organizations and business functions. The author, Naeem Hashmi, was a member of the BW development team at SAP and covers just what you need to know to get to the core of the system and to the top of your field.


Michael Doane
by Michael Doane

Why SAP is a business subject, not a technical subject?
It seems that SAP education often excludes the people who are not involved in SAP implementations or maintenance, i.e. 80% of those directly affected by SAP. This book was written for those 80% in order to de-mystify the subject and put companies onto a business plane when it comes to SAP.


Gerhard Knolmayer, Peter Mertens, Alexander Zeier
by Gerhard Knolmayer, Peter Mertens, Alexander Zeier

Since SAP is emphasizing recent developments in operations management in its SCM initiative, this book describes the methodological background from the viewpoint of a company using SAP systems. It describes order processing both in an intra- and interorganizational perspective, as well as future developments and system enhancements.


Glynn Williams, Simon Yates (Editor)
by Glynn Williams, Simon Yates (Editor)

One of the worlds leading SAP Sales & Distribution consultants delivers the first comprehensive and practical guide to implementing this new module in the R/3 system. Inside this book youíll get complete information on the ins and outs of the software, including basic functions, sales document flow, invoicing, and how the S&D module interfaces with other modules. Sales processes and delivery systems are crucial functions in todayís businesses and no other Sales & Distribution guide can bring you the same focused, reliable advice thatís found inside this first-rate userís guidebook.


David Nowak, Quentin Hurst
by David Nowak, Quentin Hurst

SAP's FI/CO (Financial and Controlling) is the company's most popular package. This in-depth guide for implementers, consultants, and IS managers covers how to identify the business needs of the planned installation and then how to go about customizing the system accordingly. The book covers many topics not addressed in other books, including dealing with foreign currencies, and is up-to-date for version 4.X. The authors are full-time SAP consultants at a major insurance company.


Jose Antonio Hernandez (Editor)
by Jose Antonio Hernandez (Editor)

Demystify today's premier client/server enterprise software The all-in-one guide to successfully implementing enterprise-wide business process engineering now brings you up to speed on the #1 software's latest features. SAP R/3 Handbook, Second Edition, by Jose Antonio Hernandez, explains in easy-to-follow steps all stages of R/3 installation, implementation, operation and support. You learn about the workings of the ABAP/4 development workbench, the transport system, R/3 service distribution.


Ken Greenwood
by Ken Greenwood

The ideal book for a programmer who must get started in ABAP immediately, and does not want to know the complete story of how and why ABAP was originated. Provides all of the essential information that an ABAP programmer needs and provides it in a readable format. Provides examples that are real and practical not text-book based, like other ABAP programming books. The book also provides insight into the SAP certification process, although not actual coverage of certification because candidates.


Robert E. Parkinson (Editor), Johan Marneweck, Victor Wood (Contributor), Kay Tailor, Robert Lyfareff
by Robert E. Parkinson (Editor), Johan Marneweck, Victor Wood (Contributor), Kay Tailor, Robert Lyfareff

This book covers SAP Basis topics such as strategies for managing logon IDs, performance monitoring, backup management, and other hub activities. Written by a proven Fortune 50 Basis consultant, this book is indispensable for all administrators, managers, and consultants working with SAP Basis.


Bernd Matzke
by Bernd Matzke

The premiere programming guide to ABAP/4-SAP's R/3 system programming language. Software developers, software programmers, and information technology professionals will gain insightful knowledge of Elementary ABAP/4 constructs such as data definitions, arithmetic computations, string manipulation, and subroutines, special reporting techniques, and interfaces to non-SAP applications.


Norbert Welti
by Norbert Welti

This book provides the necessary knowledge and tools to facilitate the successful implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning package, such as SAP R/3, Baan or PeopleSoft. Based on a case study of a large SAP R/3 implementation, it presents a wealth of practical advice, delivering essential factors for successful project management, along with many practical tools and accelerators.


Thomas A. Curran, Andrew Ladd
by Thomas A. Curran, Andrew Ladd

Explains SAP R/3 in common business terms, presents IT infrastructure for e-commerce and supply chain management, covers the latest SAP R/3 release, 4.5, and includes a vision for the Next Generation Enterprise Beyond Y2K.


Michaelson Buchanan
by Michaelson Buchanan

Here is the very first guide to SAPscript--the architecture that runs the ABAP/4 program. SAPscript is a crucial element in all external correspondence generated by SAP. The author, an experienced ABAP programmer and SAPscript trainer, provides step-by-step guidance so readers can develop custom layout sets in support of client objectives. Progressive tutorials (basic to advanced) and real-world examples help SAP R/3 implementers achieve mastery of this essential area.


Inc. R/3 Simplification Group SAP Labs
by Inc. R/3 Simplification Group SAP Labs

This guidebook (known as Printout Design Made Easy until Release 3.1H) helps reduce consulting time in development and modification of SAPscript forms. The book explains in an intuitive step-by-step manner how to do most common task (like moving/adding fields, printing bar codes and/or company logos etc.). These task help adapt forms quicker and more efficiently by using the new graphical WYSIWYG-based tools Form Painter and PC Editor.


Henning Kagermann (Editor), Gerhard Keller (Editor)
by Henning Kagermann (Editor), Gerhard Keller (Editor)

MySAP Industry Solutions is part of the Business Roadmap Series from SAP Press. Aimed at users, managers and consultants, this series emphasizes the business background and the processes which underpin the functionality of the SAP product. Building on this deeper understanding, the books offer sound, practical guidance on how best to tailor the system to the requirements of your business.


Hasso Plattner, William McKone (Translator), Prima (Editor)
by Hasso Plattner, William McKone (Translator), Prima (Editor)

This Book was written by Dr. Hasso Plattner, co-founder of SAP, Anticipating Change discusses how and why SAP was developed. It also offers Plattners view on the future of SAP and the ERP industry as a whole. This book provides insight into the development of the largest and most dominant player in the ERP world. Anticipating Change will be of great interest to SAP professionals and those wishing to enter the SAP market who want to learn more about the history and future of the industry.


Grant Norris, Ian Wright, James R. Hurley, John Dunleavy, Alison Gibson
by Grant Norris, Ian Wright, James R. Hurley, John Dunleavy, Alison Gibson

This Book provides the information you need to assess your options realistically & make the most informed decisions possible as written by a team of business, financial, & information systems professionals who have extensive experience with SAP system implementations at Fortune 500 companies.


Liane Will
by Liane Will

Get the inside scoop on how to set up a smooth installation directly from SAP authors. Not just a user manual or a description of the architecture, this book studies the complexities of setting up and running an R/3 System from the System Administrator's perspective. Filled with practical instructions and design guidance, you will learn about protocols, permissions, security, extending OSS, system evaluation, archiving, and report distribution. Plus the CD includes a test engine, useful towards.


Thomas Schneider
by Thomas Schneider

SAP R/3 Performance Optimization: The Official SAP Guide is an essential foundation for R/3 administrators, technical consultants, ABAP developers, and SAP project leaders. Filled with firsthand knowledge gathered using SAP. EarlyWatch and GoingLive Check remote services, this book teaches you how to fine-tune your R/3 implementation - so your organization reaps the benefits of shorter response times and lower overhead.


Rudiger Kretschmer, Wolfgang Weiss
by Rudiger Kretschmer, Wolfgang Weiss

This Book was written by two members of the ABAP/4 language development team, this fascinating book is a gold mine for R/3 programmers. Topics include writing code, creating screens and window interfaces, centralized dictionary functions and library functions, and building your own SAP applications. The companion CD supplies code used in the book's examples. This is an excellent guide for software professionals--and is a lot less expensive than a six-month course.



by Danielle Larocca
Price: $17.49 (at at July 2003)

We always had a quiet chuckle at the preposterous title of this book. In spite of this it remains a best seller on this website so we decided to buy it and take a look at it. We think it's worth the money (but the title might be better "introduce yourself to SAP R/3 in 24 Hours)

Who should read it: Everyone who is starting out on SAP. It is a bit old now (published in 1999) but at $17.49 it's good value.



by Grant Norris Price: $34.97 (as at Dec 2002)

This is one of the few books we have read about this subject to make any real sense. Chapter 9 on it's own makes the book worth reading (it offers a matrix which combines ERP maturity with E-Business maturity). Chapter 10 is also great as it discusses migration strategies (moving from one quadrant to the next).


Who should read it: Executives with strategic decisions to make, client business and technical managers responsible for the implementation, and senior consultants



by Grant Norris Price: $89.00 (as at Dec 2002)

Written by a team of experienced consultants, this book is an excellent overview of the key issues and decisions which will need to be made when deciding to select SAP, and also while implementing it.

Who should read it: Executives with strategic decisions to make, client business and technical managers responsible for the implementation, and senior consultants



by Grant Norris Price: $89.00 (as at Dec 2002)

Written by a team of experienced consultants, this book is an excellent overview of the key issues and decisions which will need to be made when deciding to select SAP, and also while implementing it.

Who should read it: Executives with strategic decisions to make, client business and technical managers responsible for the implementation, and senior consultants

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