R&D, real estate, patents, leases, goodwill—all of these fixed assets play a big role in a company. Are you confident in managing them in SAP? One of SAP Press’ newest books teaches you how to become a master at managing your company’s investments.
What will you learn?
It’s no secret that businesses need to have an eye both on the future and the balance sheet. While it’s important to have cash on hand to stay solvent in the short term, it’s just as important to plan for the future. And that can be tricky. But SAP has a solution: Investment Management.
SAP Press’ book to the solution, Investment Management with SAP ERP: The Comprehensive Guide, contains everything you’ll need to become an Investment Management guru.
This e-book is full of the tips and tricks that authors Pankaj Bhalerao and Shraddha Temgire use in their day-to-day life as consultants for companies such as Jaguar Land Rover.
Follow their lead and learn how to set up and use Investment Management in SAP ERP in the best possible way for your company or client!
Other highlights include program positions, appropriation requests, investment profiles, controlling, project and information systems, and more. All this to say—you’ll become confident in handling your company’s fixed assets once you’ve finished reading this guide.
Who is this book for?
Anybody looking to become familiar with Investment Management with SAP. If you’re a consultant, you’ll find the info necessary to provide clients with a world-class job. If you’re in charge of implementing the solution, you’ll gain the confidence you’ll need to get everything set up.
From there, that confidence should only grow as you follow along and learn how to support and implement projects, position and budget for internal orders and projects, and use standard or custom reports.
Even if Investment Management isn’t part of your job description, but you’re interested in the solution or what investment management does for a company—this book will provide the background and details that even courses can’t provide.
You can find the book on the SAP Press website and read a sample chapter by clicking on the “Browse the Book” button beneath the book’s cover.