You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
In the front matter of SAP Press’ latest CRM offering, the publication process for a new edition of a book is likened to diamond cutting. There’s a refinement process at work, adding and enhancing. And their newly-released book is an excellent example.
What will you learn?
Advertised as the one-stop source for learning to complete daily Sales and Distribution in SAP ERP tasks, the third edition of Sales and Distribution in SAP ERP: Business User Guide continues its original purpose of shining light on how to perform these daily tasks.
Navigate through sales, shipping and transportation, and billing with the help of screenshots and step-by-step instructions that will clear up any confusion you might have. Be confident that the tips you glean come from an expert, three-author team that brings more than 50 years of SD experience to these pages.
The book now includes new sections on SAP Hybris and S/4Hana, global trade, shipping and transportation output processing, credit management, and more. Learn about Biller Direct, dispute management, and other helpful tools.
The book’s scope has expanded over the years, getting deeper and deeper in its coverage of Sales and Distribution . This third edition’s inclusion of advanced topics means it’s not only good for those joining the SAP ecosystem for the first time, but also for those brushing up on their Sales and Distribution skills.
Last but not least, a collection of helpful appendices on SAP navigation, output processing, and intermediate documents rounds out the book.
Other highlights include master data setup, reporting, and credit and dispute management.
Who is this book for?
If you’re a super user, system support member, sales analyst, sales manager, shipping and transportation planner or manager, or customer service representative, you’ll like what Matt Chudy, Luis Castedo, and Ricardo Lopez have come up with in this brand-new edition.
The authors wrote the book with the end-user in mind. Thousands of pages have been written on the implementation of Sales and Distribution, but little on the day-to-day operations. So the three authors set out a few years back to pen solid, helpful content. We’re happy to report that they succeeded on all three editions.