There are so many books about SAP that available on the market. Most of them are well-written by SAP professionals. I am sure the author have done a great effort to write the books. Thanks to them so we can learn SAP ERP through their books.
Before you buy an SAP book, you must wondering whether the contents of the book meet your expectation or not. If you buy a book at an offline store, you might have a speed reading on the book before you buy it. But, if you buy the book at online store, it’s impossible to do that. You need to gather information about the book. Usually, the author has written a summary of the books. An online store also usually provides the reviews of the books from the reader who have bought it. The reviews can be positive or negative, depends on the quality of the books. You can use the reviews as a base to decide whether you should buy it or not.
I have collected several SAP books that available on Amazon.com (the largest online book retailer) at a new SAP Bookstore blog. You can read the description and reviews of the books there. With this blog, I hope I can help you to find the books you need easier than search directly on Amazon.com website, because I have categorized them based on the SAP modules/applications. Continue reading
E-book: SAP Enterprise Structure (MM and related modules such as FI, Logistics, and SD) Concept and Configuration Guide
SAP enterprise structure is organizational structure that represents an enterprise in SAP R/3 system. It consists of some organizational units which, for legal reasons or for other specific business-related reasons or purposes, are grouped together. Organizational units include legal company entities, sales offices, profit centers, etc. Organizational units handle specific business functions.
Organizational units may be assigned to a single module (such as a sales organization assigned to Sales and Distribution (SD) module, or to several modules (such as a plant assigned to Materials Management (MM) and Production Planning (PP) module).
SAP ERP system can represent a complex enterprise structure. Its flexibility can integrate the structure of an enterprise by linking its organizational unit. Enterprise structure design is a fundamental process in a SAP implementation project. The design is mainly determined by the business scenarios performed in an enterprise. Once the design is determined, it will affect many things such as how to perform a transaction and generate reports on SAP system. Although it’s possible, it requires great effort to change the enterprise structure. So , we must ensure that the enterprise structure designed in the SAP implementation project can accommodate all business scenarios and enterprise’s requirements for current and future situation.
SAP Enterprise Structure e-book
The e-book explains in details about the SAP Enterprise Structure (MM and related modules such as FI, Logistics, and SD) Concept and Configuration Guide. Just like other articles on my SAP Study Materials blog, I wrote the e-book in a simple-to-understand way, so you can learn it easily. You don’t need to have extensive SAP knowledge and experience to be able to configure the SAP Enterprise Structure, as the e-book start explaining each step with the basic concept behind it. After understanding the concept, the e-book will show the step-by-step configuration with the screen shots.
Read more about this e-book at SAP Study Materials Store
SAP PR Release Strategy Guide e-Book
For most SAP MM end-users or SAP MM learners, PR release strategy is a ‘black box’ process. Many of them don’t understand that topic and get frustrated because there is no good documentation about it.
I have written an e-book that explains step by step guide of SAP PR Release Strategy configuration, including a case study. I wrote it in a simple-to-understand way, so anyone can learn it easily. You don’t need to have extensive SAP configuration skill or experience to be able to configure it. The e-book contains the concept of PR Release Strategy and the screen shots of each configuration step. Continue reading