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The SAP Pricing Guide Print E-mail

"sappricingguide.jpgSAP® Pricing is one of the most flexible functionalities in the SAP system, but it's also one of the most complex. Project team members and consultants alike avoid having to deal with Pricing. Why is that?

Although the standard SAP documentation explains SAP's individual Pricing capabilities, it does not clearly illustrate how the individual pieces connect as a whole. Pricing expert Matthias Liebich provides this missing link with The Ultimate SAP Pricing Guide." 

"Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours" Print E-mail
by George Anderson and Danielle Signorile Larocca

"Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours, Second Edition is the perfect tool for learning one of the most sophisticated enterprise solutions available today. Designed to being with the basics, you will become acquainted with the entire SAP system, from navigation to creating your own reports."

JR's Take: "This is one of the most consistently bestselling books in the SAP marketplace, and it's been that way for a number of years. What I will say is that your success with this book depends on a number of factors.

"SAP R/3 For Everyone" Print E-mail
by Jim Mazzullo and Peter Wheatley

"SAP R/3 For Everyone is the nontechnical user's guide to working with SAP R/3, the leading business enterprise software product in the world. Written and road-tested by experienced SAP R/3 users and trainers, this book saves typical SAP R/3 users time and trouble by providing them with the universal skills needed to work with any module of this complex software."

JR's Take: "If you're looking for a crash course into SAP on a user level, this might be the best bok to start with. It sells well, probably because it is written by field-tested SAP trainers. The only thing I would be careful about is version compatibility...

"SAP MM-Functionality and Technical Configuration" Print E-mail
by Martin Murray  

"This detailed reference book explains the basic aspects of each area within MM before exploring their specific functionality. Readers stand to benefit quickly by developing a comprehensive understanding of MM and by learning how it works and interacts with other SAP modules."

JR's Take: "This book is a must for the aspiring SAP MM consultant, or for those who are looking to further their SAP MM know-how. SAP Press puts out quality titles, and this one is the beneficiary of frequent updates, so it will be in sync with any changes due to the ECC 5.0, or ECC 6.0 and ERP 6.0 platform."

"Configuring SAP R/3 FI/CO" Print E-mail
by Quentin Hurst and David Nowak

"Configure the FI and CO Modules to Meet All Your Business Requirements. Configuring SAP R/3 FI/CO is the only book of its kind: a detailed, practical guide to configuring R/3's two most popular modules."

JR's Take: "I have collaborated professionally with Quentin and David, the authors of this book, back in the heyday of SAP, and I can vouch firsthand for how knowledgeable they are. This book is considered the definitive guide to FI/CO configuration and anyone interested in an FI/CO career needs to look at this one. Only downside? The book does not cover ERP 6.0 so it won't have all the new bells and whistles like the new SAP General Ledger."

"SAP Netweaver for Dummies" Print E-mail
by Dan Wood and Jeffrey Word

"Imagine that it’s the 1950s, and you are in charge of developing the U. S. interstate system. There are countless roads already in use. The system can go in numerous different directions. Where do you begin?"

JR's Take: I read this book to get a crash course on SAP NetWeaver before an SAP conference where I was to interview some real SAP heavyweights, including SAP's own Chief Technology Officer. To this day,

"Mastering Enterprise SOA with SAP Netweaver and mySAP ERP" Print E-mail
by Scott Campbell and Vamsi Mohun  

"This book provides an overview of the core building blocks of SAP's new ESA, and shows how ESA works with the NetWeaver platform as well as mySAP ERP."

JR's Take: I have not managed to read this book from cover to cover. I don't recommend it for someone who just wants a high level view of the potential impact of Enterprise SOA (now called eSOA for short rather than ESA). However, I do recommend it in this case:

"SAP Netweaver Roadmap" Print E-mail
by S. Karch

This book provides readers with a complete understanding of SAP NetWeaver and a sound strategy for cost-effective implementation within their organizations.

"Mastering the SAP Business Information Warehouse" Print E-mail
by Kevin McDonald, Andreas Wilmsmeier, David C. Dixon, and W. H. Inmon

"The long-anticipated publication of this second edition reflects the growing success of SAP NetWeaver as well as the various Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities that are embedded with SAP BW version 7.0."

"SAP Netweaver Master Data Management" Print E-mail
by Loren Heilig, Steffen Karch, Roland Pfennig, and Christiane Hofmann

"This book provides system architects, administrators, and IT managers with a description of the structure and usage scenarios of SAP NetWeaver MDM."

"SAP R/3 System Administration: The Official SAP Guide" Print E-mail
by Sigrid Hagemann and Liane Will

"Completely updated and thoroughly revised, this book is essential for IT managers, technical consultants, and R/3 system administrators who want to build on their knowledge of Basis administration."

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