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January 1, 2004
SAP System Operations
by Michael Missbach, Ralf Sosnitzka, Josef Stelzel, and Matthias
With system landscapes becoming increasingly more complex, administering
them efficiently is proving equally difficult. This unique new book provides
you with concepts and practical solutions that will enable you to optimize
your SAP operations. Get in-depth information to set up a viable standard
operating environment (SOE) for SAP systems, as well as time-saving tips
for certification and validation of your system landscape. Plus, benefit
from and customize the numerous examples and case studies extracted from
the worldwide operations of many large SAP customers.
Take advantage of proven solutions, exclusive tips, and practical examples
that enable you to better organize your SAP operations. Learn to streamline
24x7 operations, exploit service level agreements (SLAs), conquer change
management challenges, and tackle disaster recovery and security concerns
with confidence. You’ll also discover expert training recommendations
for the management of IT processes. Plus, read about real-world, cross-industry
customer insights on the pros and cons of outsourced solutions for your
system operation tasks. Although SAP System Operations primarily
focuses on SAP systems, you can apply many of the principles found in
this indispensable reference book to other enterprise resource planning
(ERP) and mission-critical software solutions.
Anticipated shipping date: January 2004
SAP BW Professional
by Norbert Egger
Learn the ins and outs of SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW) and
gain the knowledge to leverage the full potential of this key technology.
Whether it’s in terms of project management, data modeling, or reporting,
you’ll benefit from volumes of basic and advanced information. All
content is presented in an easy-to-follow format, illustrated by proven
examples, sample solutions, and clear graphics and screen shots.
In addition, gain exclusive insights into possible error sources and
the optimization of workloads, functions, and processes. This highly versatile
book is designed for BW teams and SAP consultants, as well as IT staff
members and executives who rely on SAP BW as their data warehouse.
SAP HR: Personnel Planning and
by Christian Krämer, Christian Lübke, and Sven Ringling
This compelling new reference book gives you a comprehensive view of
the most important personnel planning and development functionality within
SAP. Whether you need to implement, customize, or optimize your SAP HR
systems, the real-world insights this book provides will help you master
the concepts essential for effective personnel planning and development.
This book will help you leverage the many HR options and processes supported
by SAP, and it gives you practical examples and key metrics to help you
measure your success.
You’ll instantly benefit from in-depth explanations of critical
concepts such as organization management and defining roles. Plus, you’ll
uncover the full potential of new solutions such as E-Learning and SAP
Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM). An ideal companion for HR teams,
project leaders, and consultants, this book is based on extensive practical
experience with SAP R/3 Release 4.6C. It also covers new enhancements
that are available with SAP R/3 Enterprise and SAP Enterprise Portal.
Anticipated shipping date: March 2004
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