An Introduction to SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation: The Planning and Consolidation Features

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  2. An Introduction to SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation: The Planning and Consolidation Features

    Learn some of the different features and functions to support planning and consolidation requirements in SAP Business Planning and Consolidation (BPC). This includes creating input schedules for planning, posting journal entries, and using script logic for creating planning functions and consolidation logic in BPC. Key Concept Different clients are available to users in SAP Business…...…
  3. Build an Effective Interface for Your Employee Screening

    See a two-phased process to build an interface between your SAP ERP HCM and SAP GRC Global Trade Services systems. By setting up communication between the two systems and using Application Link Enabling to transfer the data, you can improve your employee screening in SAP ERP HCM. Key Concept Application Link Enabling (ALE) is a…...…
  4. Drive Service Revenue Through Service Contract

    The top 8 articles to help you better drive accounting, controlling and planning. This content is available to Premium Members. Sign In Become a Member
  5. Configure SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation for SAP NetWeaver to Optimize System Performance

    Read about the underlying architecture for SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation 7.0, version for SAP NetWeaver. Learn how to set up the connectivity between the different SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation clients and servers, and how to change different ABAP and .NET settings to optimize system performance. Key Concept The term application has several meanings…...…
  6. Make the Most of the Employee Interaction Center with an Effective Organizational Structure

    Learn how to best create the organizational structure within the Employee Interaction Center (EIC) in SAP ERP 6.0. Key Concept Employee Interaction Center (EIC) is a centralized call center application that is part of SAP’s shared services offering. It delivers employee information to your contact center agents and empowers them to capture the details of…...…
  7. ERMS Email Escalation Notifications Help Prevent Frustrated Customers

    Learn how to configure SAP CRM to send automatic email notifications to your contact center supervisor when the initial response time for a customer email in the queue has been exceeded. Key Concept The E-Mail Response Management System (ERMS) capabilities of SAP CRM allow you to escalate customer emails that are not processed within a…...…
  8. Build a Reduced-Size System Copy for Testing with TDMS Shellcreation

    SAP Test Data Migration Server (TDMS) is a high-speed data-extraction tool that you can use to populate your development, test, quality assurance, and training systems (called receiver systems) with data from your live production environment (called sender systems). A TDMS Shellcreation builds a receiver system as a reduced-size copy of the sender system; since it…...…
  9. Select and Transfer a Time Slice of Data for Testing with SAP Test Data Migration Server 3.0

    The new SAP Test Data Migration Server (TDMS) is an automated solution for creating test systems that can be a real alternative to full-system copies. It can pare down the size of your test system in a variety of ways, the most popular of which is to copy only a time slice of your production…...…
  10. Consume Enterprise Services in Java Using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio to Achieve Your Business Process Goals

    Find out how to connect to the Services Registry, download the service from it, and design, deploy, and test the service using the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) engine in an SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio environment. Learn how you can publish a service using SAP NetWeaver Administrator on the Java side, browse and download…...…