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What Is SFLIGHT and the Flight and Booking Data Model for ABAP?

SAP's flight and booking data model exists in every ABAP system. It’s used in the ABAP documentation and training provided by SAP. This blog post...

What Is SAP Litmos and How Does it Differ From SAP SuccessFactors Learning?

Up until earlier this year, if you’d asked me to name all of SAP’s learning management solutions, I would have confidently listed SAP SuccessFactors...

What Is Catch Weight Management with SAP EWM?

Catch weight means “approximate weight” and is a term which is mostly used in the food industry. If you’re looking to learn how to utilize this in an...

What Is Selective Data Transition for SAP S/4HANA?

If you’re involved in the world of SAP, and specifically in SAP S/4HANA—you’ve likely heard of the greenfield and brownfield implementation types....

What Are the Capabilities of SAP Integration Suite?

SAP Integration Suite allows businesses to easily share and exchange valuable data with both internal and external stakeholders.

What Are the Financial Reporting Structures in SAP S/4HANA Finance?

With the bringing together of the controlling and management accounting applications in the Universal Journal, the functionalities of general ledger...

What Is One Exposure from Operations in SAP?

These days the role of a treasury organization is evolving from being just a function of finance to also being an advisor to the company.

What Is SAP Logistics Business Network?

As globalization has increased over the first two decades of this century, so has the use of computers to conduct business. This has been a big...

What Are the Differences Between MRP Live and Classic MRP?

SAP S/4HANA offers two different options to execute MRP: classic MRP and MRP Live. To understand when to use classic MRP versus MRP Live, we need to...

What Are the Data Migration Phases for an SAP S/4HANA Project?

SAP Activate can be applied to each part of an SAP S/4HANA implementation project. This blog post will review the SAP Activate phases of SAP’s...