With so many companies moving to a service-based or subscription model of product delivery (think: business software-as-a-service or television network streaming websites), the old way of billing just doesn’t cut it.
But how can you account for revenue that come from consumption-based products?
For those working with SAP, the SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management (SAP BRIM) solution provides ways to handle complex, subscription-based billing through several interlocking tools. Our latest book covers the solution in detail.
What is SAP BRIM?
SAP BRIM is a next-generation, order-to-cash, revenue management solution that provides finance and sales teams with agile, flexible, scalable, and international capabilities for tracking variable consumption revenues from a consistent customer base. Prior to a rebrand in 2018, SAP BRIM was called SAP Hybris Billing.
If you’re ready to incorporate SAP BRIM into your business landscape, or if you’re just interested in seeing what the solution can do for you, we encourage you to check out SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management: Functionality and Configuration.
What Will You Learn?
Explore the foundation of the subscription economy, from services such as infrastructure as a service and platform as a service, to flexible consumption, to subscriptions themselves. See why this new business model makes sense for today’s companies, and how it affects their revenue streams.
Then learn how SAP BRIM helps you meet the demands placed on you by this new paradigm. Find out how to set up and utilize subscription order management, charging, invoicing, and contract accounts receivable and payable functionality in this solution.
Next, discover different integration options for SAP BRIM. Looking to put SAP BRIM to work alongside SAP Convergent Mediation, SAP C/4HANA, SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting, or SAP Customer Financial Management? You’ll learn about it here.
All of these important features are explained with the help of step-by-step configuration instructions, and the book helpfully follows a single case study to show you the suite in action at a sample company, Martex Corp. Whether you’re providing services or subscriptions, you’ll get the information you need to easily and accurately collect revenue.
Other Highlights Include
- SAP Convergent Charging
- SAP Convergent Invoicing
- Contracts accounting (FI-CA)
- Project management
Who Is This Book For?
Anyone who is working with or will soon be working with SAP BRIM should read this book. This includes stakeholders such as IT executives, managers, consultants, power users, business process owners, and subject matter experts.
Furthermore, those who work for a business that provides service- or subscription-based products to consumers but aren’t yet accounting the revenue from these products in this new way will want to read this book from cover to cover. After reading, you’ll have a great sense for how such models influence accounting and sales processes.
About the Authors
Maniprakash Balasubramanian is a manager at Deloitte. He helps clients transform their business processes through flexible consumption models using SAP BRIM.
Chai Desai is a senior technology leader in Deloitte’s SAP practice. He has more than 12 years of experience in implementing complex transformations in SAP BRIM and digital supply chain for Fortune 100 clients across various industries including technology, media, and telecommunication.
Sheikna Kulam is an experienced consultant working in the area of SAP BRIM. He is primarily focused in the area of subscription order management, and has been involved in multiple projects with other areas of SAP BRIM.
Chun Wei Ooi is a manager within the SAP BRIM practice in Deloitte. With his expertise in multiple SAP BRIM modules, he is a trusted advisor who helps clients from high-tech, media, and utilities industries embrace the new subscription economy.
Rakesh Rajagopal is a senior consultant within the SAP BRIM practice in Deloitte. He specializes in subscription order management in SAP CRM and SAP S/4HANA customer management.
Clement Sanjivi is a manager within the SAP BRIM practice in Deloitte who specializes in SAP Convergent Invoicing and FI-CA areas of SAP BRIM.
Andreas Tan is a senior manager at Deloitte. He has more than 20 years of experience implementing large-scale projects, architecting anything-as-a-service (XaaS) solutions, and facilitating business transformation within the high-tech and software industries.
How to Purchase
If you’re interested in purchasing SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management: Functionality and Configuration, you can do so by following this link and choosing the format that works best for you: e-book, print edition, or both (the “bundle”).
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