Dedham, MA (PressExposure) January 18, 2012 -- In order for a company to successfully implement SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management (SAP NetWeaver MDM) it must mitigate design challenges with strategic planning. If the enterprise requirements are not properly evaluated prior to launch, there is a chance that the program will not live up to expectations simply because it is not being used to its full potential.
In this article, Shaik explains the four key challenges with implementing SAP NetWeaver MDM fully, rather than being satisfied with the average 50-70% compatibility that the program has right out of the box. Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "This article will help companies achieve the highest levels of SAP NetWeaver MDM integration into their operation and dramatically increase efficiency."
The article is written by Mohammad Assad Shaik The article abstract is located at: http://www.sappro.com/article.cfm?id=6232
About the Author:
Mohammad Assad Shaik is an enterprise solution architect at IBM Global Business Services. He is an engineer with expertise in computers, data architecture, application architecture, and interfacing architecture. Assad provided expertise to medium and large organization in diverse industries that include oil and gas, consumer goods and services, manufacturing, chemical, high-tech, telecommunications, insurance, power and energy, and safety and security. Assad is the author of Enterprise Master Data Management Using SAP NetWeaver MDM, which is available in paperback from Amazon.com.
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