Dedham, MA (PressExposure) June 01, 2011 -- SCM Expert Posts New Article - "Five Case Studies to Help You Design SAP APO with Long-Term Support in Mind".
SAPexperts announces a new article, "Five Case Studies to Help You Design SAP APO with Long-Term Support in Mind" posted to their SCM Expert knowledgebase.
This article gives five crucial supportability tips to use when you are designing the SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization system. These tips are of great important since users often face difficulty in maintaining the application post go-live as a few things were not done right during the implementation.
Meeting business requirements is crucial for the implementation team doing the process and system design, it's equally important to keep long-term supportability in mind. Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "Using the tips put forth in this article is decisive in terms of how well an implementation team will be able to design a system for long-term supportability of the application."
The article is written by Rajesh Ray, Senior Managing Consultant and SCM Product Lead, IBM GBS. The article abstract is located at: http://www.scmexpertonline.com/article.cfm?id=5859
About the Authors:
Rajesh Ray currently leads the SAP SCM product area at IBM GBS. He worked with leading corporate like Exide, Hindusthan Unilever, Toyota Kirloskar, SAP AG, and SAP India prior to joining IBM. He is the author of two books on ERP and Retail Supply Chain published by McGraw-Hill, and has contributed to 38 leading international journals. Rajesh is a frequent speaker at different SCM forums and is an honorary member of the CII Logistics Council, APICS India chapter and the SCOR Society.
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