Master data is extremely important for an organization. You might be unsure if your data is structured the best way possible, or perhaps you want to move that data from one system to another.
For SAP customers, SAP Master Data Governance is the solution to use when it comes to master data, and it’s the subject of SAP Press’ newest book.
What will you learn?
“Master your master data” is the tagline SAP Press uses on its website for its latest book, SAP Master Data Governance: The Comprehensive Guide to SAP MDG, and the book backs up that claim.
Explore SAP’s answer to master data management, including SAP MDG deployment options, data domains, and a whole lot more. See how to model data—from organizing it into coherent structures to defining workflows to extending the standard interface.
Need to move your data around? Take a look at data migration and replicate your master data to another system in no time by following step-by-step instructions. For businesses with advanced needs, a look at the MDG APIs might be helpful, and we’d recommend the glance at how MDG fits in with other SAP products such as SAP PLM, S/4, and more.
That the authors all work for SAP is an additional boon—they’re at the forefront of any changes to the MDG solution and can explain every concept (…)
These 627 pages, written by six experts, provide everything from high level overviews to detailed descriptions—complete with tips and tricks learned from years of experience.
That the authors all work for SAP is an additional boon—they’re at the forefront of any changes to the MDG solution and can explain every concept—something that the average MDG practitioner might not be able to do.
What else do they cover? Process modeling, consolidation, data replication, analytics, and more. Learn about the Floorplan Manager and see how BRFplus and Fiori fit into the solution. Updated for the 9.0 release, the book is as fresh as one can get.
Who is this book for?
Business analysts, techno-functional analysts, business process experts, master data experts, solution architects, technical developers, and data scientists—anyone who will touch any point of an SAP MDG system. The authors designed the book so readers can configure MDG to accommodate multiple requirements in multiple industries, so anyone who is interested in this solution—whether small business or MNE—can rest assured that they’ll find value.