George W. Anderson is a Chief Technologist for HP’s SAP and Enterprise Applications consulting practices and a certified SAP Technical Consultant and PMI PMP.
Tim Rhodes is a seven-year veteran of SAP implementations, OS/DB migrations, and upgrades.
Jeff Davis has served as a senior BASIS/NetWeaver architect for several large SAP clients and holds global implementation and upgrade experience.
John Dobbins leads one of several HP SAP Applications consulting teams across North America.
Andreas Jenzer is a Principal Consultant specializing in SAP business technology optimization solutions.
In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, you'll master the entire SAP project lifecycle, from planning through implementation and system administration through day-to-day operations. Using this book's straightforward, step-by-step approach, you'll gain a strong real-world foundation in both the technology and business essentials of today's SAP products and applications from the ground up.
Step-by-step instructions walk you through the most common questions, issues, and tasks you'll encounter with SAP.
Case study-based exercises help you build and test your knowledge.
By the Way notes present interesting pieces of information.
Did You Know? tips offer advice or teach an easier way.
Watch Out! cautions warn about potential problems.
Learn how to...
Understand SAP's newest products for enterprises and small-to-midsize businesses, and choose the right solutions for your company
Discover how SAP integrates with Web services and service-oriented architechture
Develop an efficient roadmap for deploying SAP in your environment
Plan your SAP implementation from business, functional, technical, and project management perspectives
Leverage NewWeaver 7.0 features to streamline development and integration, and reduce cost
Walk through a step-by-step SAP technical installation
Master basic SAP system administration and operations
Perform essential tasks such as logon, session management, and printing
Build SAP queries and reports
Prepare for SAP upgrades and enhancements
Develop your own personal career as an SAP professional
|Pt. I||SAP introduction|
|Hour 1||Introduction to SAP NetWeaver and ECC||7|
|Hour 2||SAP basics||19|
|Hour 3||Database basics||35|
|Hour 4||Customizing your SAP display||45|
|Hour 5||Navigation in SAP||63|
|Hour 6||Screen basics||79|
|Pt. II||Implementing SAP|
|Hour 7||Implementing SAP : resources and timeliness||97|
|Hour 8||Implementation tools, methodologies, and the IMG||107|
|Hour 9||Implementation lessons learned||123|
|Pt. III||SAP products and components|
|Hour 10||SAP NetWeaver||135|
|Hour 11||SAP ECC and R/3||141|
|Hour 12||SAP BI, KW, and MDM||163|
|Hour 13||Other enabling technologies||175|
|Pt. IV||SAP technical guide|
|Hour 14||Technology overview||191|
|Hour 15||System administration||203|
|Hour 16||Systems and performance management||213|
|Hour 17||ABAP dictionary and repository||229|
|Hour 18||Designing screens and menus||247|
|Pt. V||Using SAP|
|Hour 19||Reporting basics||263|
|Hour 20||Reporting tools in SAP (SAP query, InfoSet query, ad hoc query, and QuickViewer)||273|
|Hour 21||SAP SCM, CRM, PLM, and SRM||299|
|Hour 22||Integration with Microsoft Office||315|
|Pt. VI||SAP support|
|Hour 23||Support overview||337|
|Hour 24||Additional SAP resources||351|