Dedham, MA (PressExposure) March 12, 2012 -- In this article, learn how to perform billing on license sales contracts in SAP CRM-Intellectual Property Management (SAP CRM-IPM). Take a step-by-step walkthrough of the different procedures that must be completed when selling the rights and royalties of a license sales contract. This process is laid out using a flat-fee license sales contract as an example.
Sujoy Kumar Dey takes what could be a potentially confusing process and provides a step-by-step guide to make it easier to understand. Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "Intellectual property rights disputes have become more prevalent in recent years with the advancement of the internet. Managing these intangible assets can be difficult, but this article will make the task of using SAP CRM-IPM for licensing sales contracts much more efficient."
The article is written by Sujoy Kumar Dey.
The article abstract is located at: http://www.crmexpertonline.com/article.cfm?id=6302&utm_source=WIS&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=CRMPressReleases
About the Author:
Sujoy Kumar Dey is a senior consultant in Capgemini's SAP Service line. Over the years, Sujoy has worked as lead and subject matter expert for multiple projects in the areas of SAP CRM and SAP ECC.
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