You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]

You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]

Review: SAP: An Introduction – Next Generation Business

The journey from SAP beginner to SAP professional can be long and arduous, full of wrong turns and misleading directions. SAP Press’ new guide serves as an introduction and is here to keep you on the right path.

What will you learn?

SAP: An Introduction — Next-Generation Business Processes and Solutions offers an in-depth look at the future of SAP. This guide explains what the modern SAP landscape will look like for your business and how to invest in these emerging SAP technologies. You’ll gain a clearer understanding of SAP’s direction for the next-generation product portfolio and how these products relate to key business processes.

You’ll also learn which technologies are becoming outdated and which new SAP applications, from C/4 Hana to SAP IBP, best suit your business requirements. Including all of your key business processes—customer experience, operations, financials, human resources, data, integration, and administration—you’ll gain the foundation of knowledge you need to plan your future implementations.

Other highlights include:

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  • S/4 Hana
  • Hana
  • Ariba
  • SuccessFactors
  • Analytics Cloud
  • Lumira
  • SAP Cloud Platform
  • SAP Leonardo
  • Digital transformation

Who is this book for?

Both current and potential SAP customers will find value in this big-picture guide to the ever-evolving SAP landscape, from consultants to business process managers to SAP learners looking for their next career move.

At 537 pages, SAP: An Introduction — Next-Generation Business Processes and Solutions is well-suited to direct you on your journey through the “new SAP.” Authors Matthew Riches, Ben Robinson, Gareth Ryan, and Ian Vincent offer clear and detailed directions to navigate through the up-and-coming solutions that best meet your business needs. Every journey starts somewhere, and these SAP experts have drawn the map.

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.

 

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