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by Thomas A. Curran,Andrew Ladd,Dennis Ladd

Category: Hardware and DIY
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: Thomas A. Curran,Andrew Ladd,Dennis Ladd
ISBN: 0130226157
ISBN13: 978-0130226150
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson Education (May 1, 2000)
Pages: 460
Fb2 eBook: 1928 kb
ePub eBook: 1247 kb
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SAP R/3 Reporting & eBusiness Intelligence book.

SAP R/3 Reporting & eBusiness Intelligence book. SAP R/3 Reporting and E-Business Intelligence clears away the barriers, showing how to deliver effective reports for every area of the enterprise, worldwide. It's the most comprehensive, focused guide to SAP R/3 reporting - and the first book to deliver real-world techniques for SAP R/3 eBusiness intelligence.

book by Thomas A. Curran. Presents how to build and deliver state-of-the-art R/3 reports and business intelligence. SAP R/3 Reporting and E-Business Intelligence. by Dennis Ladd, Andrew Ladd, Thomas A. CD-ROM includes a full version of Active Sheets, datalead.

Personal Name: Curran, Thomas (Thomas Aidan). Uniform Title: SAP R/3. Personal Name: Ladd, Andrew. Publication, Distribution, et. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Prentice Hall, (c)2000. Physical Description: xx, 436 p. ;, 24 cm. + computer laser disk (4 3/4 i. Personal Name: Ladd, Dennis. Rubrics: Business enterprises Computer networks Management Client/server computing Management information systems.

A terrific discipline-spanning volume, SAP R/3 Business Blueprint's one shortcoming is that it never addresses a world in which SAP R/3 might not be the ultimate answer to an organization's efficiency problems. But perhaps it wasn't meant to. - -Sarah L. Roberts-Witt. From the Inside Flap. Preface This book is intended for the wide range of business professionals who are interested in knowing more about process orientation in business and the implementation of these concepts in R/3, SAP's client/server business application suite

SAP and Client/Server Technology. 2. The Business Blueprint.

SAP and Client/Server Technology. Pros and Cons of Business Blueprints. General Design of the R/3 Blueprint. Focus of the R/3 Blueprint. Event-Driven Process Chain Methodology (EPC). Describing Complex Business Processes. EPC Methodology and Viewpoints in the R/3 Reference Model. oceedings{Curran1997SAPRB, title {SAP R/3 Business Blueprint: Understanding the Business Process Reference Model}, author {Thomas A. Curran and Gerhard Keller and Andrew Patrick Ladd}, year {1997} }. Thomas A. Curran, Gerhard Keller, Andrew Patrick Ladd. Foreword Introduction.

SAP R/3 reporting and eBusiness intelligence. Curran, Andrew Ladd, Dennis Ladd. The Main Activities of Enterprise Reporting. SAP: The Foundation for Enterprise. Section 1 Reporting Basics: A MAPP for Enterprise Reporting. 1. Enterprise Reporting. Reporting within the Enterprise.

SAP R/3 Reporting and eBusiness Intelligence, Thomas A. Curran, Andrew Ladd, and Dennis Ladd, Prentice Hall, 2000, ISBN 0-13-022615-7 11. Enterprise Application Integration, William Ruh, Francis Maginnis, and William Brown, John Wiley, 2001, ISBN 0-471-37641-8 2 King. Enterprise Application Integration, William Ruh, Francis Maginnis, and William Brown, John Wiley, 2001, ISBN 0-471-37641-8 2 King Saud University School of Management 12. Enterprise Integration, Kent Sandoe, Gail Corbitt, and Raymond Boykin, John Wiley, 2001, ISBN 0471-35993-9 13. SAP: An Executive's Comprehensive Guide, G. Norris et al, John Wiley, 1998, ISBN 0-471-24992-0 14. E-business and ERP, . Shields, John Wiley, 2001, ISBN 0-471-40677-5 15.

by Thomas A. Curran, Gerhard Keller, Andrew Ladd. ISBN 9780135211472 (978-0-13-521147-2) Softcover, Prentice Hall, 1997. Find signed collectible books: 'SAP R/3 Business Blueprint: Understanding the Business Process Reference Model'. SAP R/3 Desk Reference.

Thomas Curran, Gerhard Keller, Andrew Ladd. 52114-6 Let SAP's R/3 change the way you think about business engineering This book is a businessman's bible about business process design. Using SAP's leading enterprise software product R/3 as a backdrop, it is the first book to explain the structure and content of common business processes that management deals with on a daily basis.

This book centers on a specific blueprint designed by the international software vendor SAPTM, a company that has successfully integrated IT with business engineering.

Presents how to build and deliver state-of-the-art R/3 reports and business intelligence. CD-ROM includes a full version of Active Sheets, datalead.com's powerful decision support product SAP R/3 reporting. Softcover. DLC: SAP R/3.
Comments to eBook SAP R/3 Reporting eBusiness Intelligence
Wizard
This book is not as good as the one written by Danielle Larooco - her's is much better and easier to follow. Do not waste your time with this author.
Abuseyourdna
I purchased the book about 6 months ago and have spent a lot of that time (on and off) trying to locate the author and/or his company (which seems to have gone out of business by the way).
Supplied with the book is Activesheets...a product that I was VERY excited about using - except that I couldn't get the product to work in our 4.6 environment. Maybe we haven't configured OIW or LIS correctly, maybe activesheets doesn't work in 4.6...I'm not sure.
The book is not ONLY about how to use the ActiveSheets to do reporting, but that IS a large part of it. So if you don't have OIW/LIS up and running in SAP...don't bother..
There is some good info in the book regarding business objects, what kind of reports might be good to be able to deliver to end users, some info on SIS, - but it is NOT, as the cover indicates, "The complete and only book you need to create robust reports and ebusiness applications with SAP R/3" (unless you can get ActiveSheets to work!). Would I buy it again knowing I can't get the ActiveSheets up and running...no.
Burilar
Another talk around the problem SAP book. Software included is obsolete. Misleading descriptions of tables and fields. Won't help you write a report if your life depended on it. Methodology is fine, but who needs another methodology book?
Malarad
Very informative. Many SAP books don't really tell you too much and only skim the surface. The book is informative and helpful to the SAP Consulting professional.
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