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Technical Consultant

Technical Consultants are the experts having knowledge of the code, coding standards and software implementation life cycle.

Technical Consultants need not be any domain specific like Finance, HR, Manufacturing, and Procure to Pay etc. Their main role is to do customizations, extensions, modifications, localizations or integrations to the existing product and develop reports. They have educational background and experience in software engineering and development.

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What are Functional Skills

Functional Knowledge is the practical, tangible and usable knowledge of a particular business function enabling the possessor capable of performing that activity. Chartered Technofunctional Institute defines Functional Knowledge as the knowledge of business processes and related concepts that explains the nature, causes and effects of individual and integrated business activities.

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What is Integration Testing?

Integration Testing is the phase in software testing in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group.

It occurs after unit testing and before system testing. Integration testing takes as its input modules that have been unit tested, groups them in larger aggregates, applies tests defined in an integration test plan to those aggregates, and delivers as its output the integrated system ready for system testing. Integration testing is a logical extension of unit testing.

In its simplest form, two units that have already been tested are combined into a component and the interface between them is tested. A component, in this sense, refers to an integrated aggregate of more than one unit. In a realistic scenario, many units are combined into components, which are in turn aggregated into even larger parts of the program. The idea is to test combinations of pieces and eventually expand the process to test modules with those of other groups. Eventually all the modules making up a process are tested together.

Integration Testing Strategies

The larger the project, the more importance we need to place on the integration strategy. Very small systems are often assembled and tested in one phase. For most real systems this is impractical for two major reasons: First, the system would fail in so many places at once that the debugging and retesting effort would be impractical. Second, satisfying any white box testing criterion would be very difficult because of the vast amount of detail separating the input data from the individual code modules. Most integration testing has been traditionally limited to “black box” techniques. Large systems may require many integration phases, beginning with assembling modules into low-level subsystems, then assembling subsystems into larger subsystems, and finally assembling the highest level subsystems into the complete system.

Top Down Integration Testing

The top-down approach to integration testing requires the highest-level modules be test and integrated first. This allows high-level logic and data flow to be tested early in the process and it tends to minimize the need for drivers. However, the need for stubs complicates test management and low-level utilities are tested relatively late in the development cycle. Another disadvantage of top-down integration testing is its poor support for early release of limited functionality.

Bottom Up Integration Testing

The bottom-up approach requires the lowest-level units be tested and integrated first. These units are frequently referred to as utility modules. By using this approach, utility modules are tested early in the development process and the need for stubs is minimized. The downside, however, is that the need for drivers complicates test management and high-level logic and data flow are tested late. Like the top-down approach, the bottom-up approach also provides poor support for early release of limited functionality.

Umbrella Approach

The umbrella approach requires testing along functional data and control-flow paths. First, the inputs for functions are integrated in the bottom-up pattern discussed above. The outputs for each function are then integrated in the top-down manner. The primary advantage of this approach is the degree of support for early release of limited functionality. It also helps minimize the need for stubs and drivers. The potential weaknesses of this approach are significant, however, in that it can be less systematic than the other two approaches, leading to the need for more regression testing.

Black Box Testing

Black box testing takes an external perspective of the test object to derive test cases. These tests can be functional or non-functional, though usually functional. The test designer selects valid and invalid inputs and determines the correct output. There is no knowledge of the test object's internal structure. This method of test design is applicable to all levels of software testing: unit, integration, functional testing, system and acceptance. The higher the level, and hence the bigger and more complex the box, the more developers are forced to use black box testing to simplify. While this method can uncover unimplemented parts of the specification, one cannot be sure that all existent paths are tested.

Integration Testing typically involves the following Steps:

 Step 1: Create a Test Plan

Step 2: Create Test Cases and Test Data

Step 3: If applicable create scripts to run test cases

Step 4: Once the components have been integrated execute the test cases

Step 5: Fix the bugs if any and re-test the code

Step 6: Repeat the test cycle until the components have been successfully integrated

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ERP Career

TIPS TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL CAREER IN ERP INDUSTRY

What is ERP:

ENTERPRISE Resource Planning, or ERP for short, denotes a software application that allows an organization (or enterprise) to effectively and efficiently manage its resources. The resource could be manpower, raw material, vehicles, equipment and finances to name a few. Some leading software solution providers have developed ERP packages, which now form the backbone of several large organizations. ERP packages comprise several modules that can be used either in a stand-alone mode or in conjunction with one or more of the other modules. SAP, Oracle, J D Edwards and People-Soft are some of the popular ERP applications. 

ERP Roles – Technical & Functional:

The ERP scenario primarily offers two types of job options -- that of the Functional Consultant and the Technical Consultant. 

Functional ERP Consultant
Functional Consultants are the experts having understanding of the business processes and data flow on one hand and has the capability to fit these business requirements in the vendor ERP product, analyzing gaps if any. Functional Consultants are generally domain specific like Finance, HR, Manufacturing, and Procure to Pay etc. They acquire ERP Product knowledge by undergoing a short training on ERP Module they are working in.

Technical ERP Consultant: 
Technical Consultants are the experts having knowledge of the code, coding standards and implementation life cycle. Their main role is to do customizations, extensions, modifications, localizations or integrations to the existing product and develop reports. They have educational background and experience in computer science as IT Experts, Engineers or Software Developers.

The typical ERP professional has the option of transitioning their career across the organizational functions (from customer support through to consulting to service delivery management to sales and business leadership). And choosing other well-known paths of specialization such as: Finance, CRM, SCM, Distribution, Manufacturing, Financial Management, Project Management etc.. 

Attributes for Successful ERP Career:

  • Ability work in small teams with greater responsibility towards the project success
  • Ability manage a large portfolio of customers at any given time
  • Ability to deal with clients who are much less systems /IT savvy and functional and Subject Matter Experts in their respective areas
  • Ability to deal with staff/business owners, who have less time for the project but are more demanding
  • Ability to work under aggressive timelines
  • Ability to deliver as per the agreed milestones
  • Flexibility to work on odd time zones
  • Ability to work in large structured teams, comprising of very many specialists
  • Ability to focus on one or two large projects/bids until completion
  • Ability to recommend out of the box functionalities
  • Ability to suggest work-around
  • Ability to do Project Management 

Career Roles in ERP

Career options in the ERP market are really wide. In terms of career options, the following are ERP Job Roles:

  • Project Manager - Implementation
  • Functional Consultant
  • Technical Consultant
  • Consultant - Training
  • System Administrator
  • Application Administrator
  • IT Manager
  • Software Developer - Trainee
  • Software Engineer - Programming
  • Software Engineer - Testing and QA
  • Software Engineer - Reports
  • Software Engineer - Support
  • Accounting Clerk (for different modules)
  • ERP End User
  • Solution Architect
  • Pre Sales Consultant
  • Data Base Administrator
  • Program Manager
  • CIO-ERP
  • Systems Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Delivery Manager
  • Business Relationship Manager
  • Account Manager 

*The above list is only indicative and there are many more roles in the market. 

Roles of Functional Consultants in ERP:

  • Business Needs Analysis
  • Understanding the current IT and Business Landscape
  • Gathering the requirements and preparing the requirements documents
  • Documenting the existing IT and Current Business Processes
  • Understanding the requirements from the proposed ERP System
  • GAP Analysis – Identifying the areas where out of box functionality cannot provide solutions
  • Data Migration: Gathering and reworking client data for input into the system
  • Training of Super Users and End Users
  • Functional Specification Documentation for customizations and reports
  • Setup of system
  • Testing
  • Creation of CRP (conference room pilot) to demonstrate system to client
  • Application project documentation
  • Writing training manuals
  • Responsible for delivery of a working system to client requirements
  • Initial support after go live 

Roles of Technical Consultants in ERP:

  • Understanding the current IT and Business Landscape
  • Understanding the development standards of the client organization
  • Understanding the security policies and requirements of the client organization
  • Understanding the requirements from the proposed ERP System that have to be customized
  • Data Migration Scripts: Writing the automated scripts for data for input into the system
  • Understanding the Functional Specification Documentation for customizations and reports
  • Creating the Technical Specification Documentation for customizations and reports
  • Writing the code
  • Testing the code
  • Creating automated test scripts
  • Application project documentation
  • Responsible for delivery of a working system to client requirements - customized
  • Initial support after go live

If you are a ERP Professional with global exposure on ERP System and looking for assignments where you can provide Virtual ERP Consulting to customers worldwide then please Register Yourself at our TechnoFunc Website and provide a detail of your experience. Assignments are allocated based on a combination of an ERP Expert's talents (expertise + experience), passion, and customers' needs. These groups are coordinated by an Engagement Leader and operate as mostly "self-directed professionals". 

If you are an end use company using ERP Products or an recruitment agency looking to hire ERP Talent who have worked on ERP systems, Join at Corporate Registration and start hiring best ERP Talent. You can post your ERP Jobs for free when you join and reach out to target ERP Professionals. 

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SAP Consultants

SAP (System Analysis and Program Development) is a software platform developed and managed by SAP, AG that is used for Enterprise Resource Planning software and web-service based business activities. There has been phenomenal growth in the ERP Systems over the last decade and there is huge demand for SAP Consultants that is growing with each passing day. Availability of right SAP Consultants with the right kind of expertise and skillsets is essential for the success of any SAP Implementation project. TechnoFunc takes pride in being the largest organization of networked SAP Professionals from all over the world.

Roles for SAP Consultants:

SAP Consultants are needed on any SAP Project to perform several tasks and are critical to the success of the project. Given below are some key roles performed by SAP Consultants:

  • Functional Consulting
  • Technical Consulting
  • Project Management
  • Implementation and Configuration
  • Data Conversion
  • Project Auditing
  • System Integration
  • Reporting
  • Training
  • Inter-Enterprise Solutions
  • Collaboration
  • Commerce
  • Marketplace
  • Fit/Gap Analysis
  • Workflow
  • Documentation
  • Migrations and Upgrades
  • Industry Solution Expertise

Implementing Companies as well as End User Companies hire SAP Consultants to successfully complete a large number of tasks including product installation, integration and administration, and application development. Now a days many companies are going for the ERP Virtual Consulting Model in which the SAP Consultants get the flexibility to work as per their comfort and earn recurring passive income by working in their surplus time.  Technofunc is the world’s largest organization that is advocating the virtual consulting model for all ERP Professionals.

SAP Consultants Recruitment:

Through our proprietary recruiting method, we've established an unparalleled network of over 20000 senior SAP consultants and maintain direct contact with over 10000 front-line SAP managers worldwide. We have our proprietary database along with that we have a huge social network with all kind of ERP Talent. We take pride in being the industry's leading source for exclusive SAP talent. By registering on the website you can post up to 10 ERP Jobs for free. By taking recruitment services from TechnoFunc you immediately gain access to thousands of unique and pre-vetted certified SAP consultants from all over the world. Our turnaround time to provide you with relevant ERP Resumes is lowest in the industry.

Our consultants are familiar with every aspect of SAP software, and our association has assisted corporations throughout the world with providing the right talent for their strategic planning, first-time implementation, support projects and software upgrades.

If you are interested in hiring the right ERP Talent – Please REGISTER HERE or send mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Virtual Consulting and Career Management for SAP Consultants:

SAP (System Analysis and Program Development) is a software platform developed and managed by SAP, AG that is used for Enterprise Resource Planning software and web-service based business activities. There has been phenomenal growth in the ERP Systems over the last decade and there is huge demand for SAP Consultants that is growing with each passing day. Availability of right SAP Consultants with the right kind of expertise and skillsets is essential for the success of any SAP Implementation project. TechnoFunc takes pride in being the largest organization of networked SAP Professionals from all over the world.

Roles for SAP Consultants:

SAP Consultants are needed on any SAP Project to perform several tasks and are critical to the success of the project. Given below are some key roles performed by SAP Consultants:

  • Functional Consulting
  • Technical Consulting
  • Project Management
  • Implementation and Configuration
  • Data Conversion
  • Project Auditing
  • System Integration
  • Reporting
  • Training
  • Inter-Enterprise Solutions
  • Collaboration
  • Commerce
  • Marketplace
  • Fit/Gap Analysis
  • Workflow
  • Documentation
  • Migrations and Upgrades
  • Industry Solution Expertise

Implementing Companies as well as End User Companies hire SAP Consultants to successfully complete a large number of tasks including product installation, integration and administration, and application development. Now a days many companies are going for the ERP Virtual Consulting Model in which the SAP Consultants get the flexibility to work as per their comfort and earn recurring passive income by working in their surplus time.  Technofunc is the world’s largest organization that is advocating the virtual consulting model for all ERP Professionals.

SAP Consultants Recruitment:

Through our proprietary recruiting method, we've established an unparalleled network of over 20000 senior SAP consultants and maintain direct contact with over 10000 front-line SAP managers worldwide. We have our proprietary database along with that we have a huge social network with all kind of ERP Talent. We take pride in being the industry's leading source for exclusive SAP talent. By registering on the website you can post up to 10 ERP Jobs for free. By taking recruitment services from TechnoFunc you immediately gain access to thousands of unique and pre-vetted certified SAP consultants from all over the world. Our turnaround time to provide you with relevant ERP Resumes is lowest in the industry.

Our consultants are familiar with every aspect of SAP software, and our association has assisted corporations throughout the world with providing the right talent for their strategic planning, first-time implementation, support projects and software upgrades.

If you are interested in hiring the right ERP Talent – Please REGISTER HERE or send mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Virtual Consulting and Career Management for SAP Consultants:

If you are a SAP Professional and looking for a change then submit your resume at TechnoFunc in less than 2 Minutes and see the best jobs matching your skillsets delivered right to your mailbox. If you are interested in SAP Virtual Consulting then please send your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Oracle Consultants

Oracle is the world's leading supplier of software for information management and ERP Solutions but it is best known for its sophisticated relational database products (notably Oracle9i and 10g), which are used in almost all big corporations and by many of the largest Web sites. Oracle's relational database was the world's first to support the Structured Query Language (SQL), which is now an industry standard. Based in Redwood Shores, California, it has more than 43,000 employees worldwide and does business in over 150 countries. Oracle (ORCL) is publicly traded on the Nasdaq. In the ERP Domain its fast selling product is E Business Suite which has been implemented by large many organizations.

Availability of right ORACLE Consultants with the right kind of expertise and skillsets is essential for the success of any ORACLE Implementation project. TechnoFunc takes pride in being the largest organization of networked ORACLE Professionals from all over the world.

Need For Oracle Consultants:

All the Oracle Products are Complex and come with an implementation cycle. You need expert consultants to map your business requirement to Oracle Products to gain maximum productivity and return on your software investment.

Oracle E-Business Suite

Oracle consultants bring their broad range of expertise in systems development, requirements gathering, fit gap analysis and system configuration along with Operational management and project management to provide support through every phase of the Oracle Implementation Life Cycle. This included services like analysis, design, development, integration, testing and maintenance.

Oracle Forms / Reports

Oracle Application Server is an integrated infrastructure and is used to implement and manage enterprise applications on an internet model. It combines many runtime services, such as application runtime environment, to deploy J2EE and Forms applications as services, to access the services via an enterprise portal from fixed and mobile devices, to integrate these applications with legacy systems, and to deliver business intelligence both query and analysis and reporting. Together with these, Oracle Application Server provides a common reporting and deployment environment with common security services, management facilities, scalability and availability architecture. To deploy Oracle Application Server you will need skilled Oracle Experts/Consultants to be part of your Project team.

Technical/Functional Competency of Oracle Consultants

Knowledge of business domain with knowledge of Oracle Application for specific business area like financials, SCM, CRM, Projects, Distribution etc.

For Technical experts familiarity with Oracle languages SQL or PL/SQL, for DBA’s knowledge of Oracle Database 10g, 11g, MySQL and Application Server (Oracle Application Server 10g, 11g). Technical experts needs to be adapt with application development including Oracle Apex, Oracle Forms & Reports 

Implementing Companies as well as End User Companies hire Oracle Consultants to successfully complete a large number of tasks including product installation, integration and administration, and application development. Now a days many companies are going for the ERP Virtual Consulting Model in which the ORACLE Consultants get the flexibility to work as per their comfort and earn recurring passive income by working in their surplus time.  Technofunc is the world’s largest organization that is advocating the virtual consulting model for all ERP Professionals.

ORACLE Consultants Recruitment:

Through our proprietary recruiting method, we've established an unparalleled network of over 20000 senior ORACLE consultants and maintain direct contact with over 10000 front-line ORACLE managers worldwide. We have our proprietary database which is specifically created to capture the requisite information of the ERP Talent. We are also very active on huge social network to provide you with the ERP Talent who is not active on Forums and Job Boards. By registering on the website you can post up to 10 Oracle Postings for free. By taking recruitment services from TechnoFunc you immediately gain access to thousands of unique and pre-vetted certified ORACLE consultants from all over the world. Our turnaround time to provide you with relevant ERP Resumes is lowest in the industry.

If you are interested in hiring the right ERP Talent – Please REGISTER HERE or send mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Virtual Consulting and Career Management for ORACLE Consultants:

In our Virtual Consultancy Model, Engagement Leaders who are ERP Oracle Experts and full time associated with Technofunc are assigned to each Project/Program based on the size, scope, complexity and requirements. They in turn build their own Virtual Project Teams to suit the specific requirements of clients at any location and for the duration of the project in close association with the Client. The Virtual Project Team includes experts who are full time contractors or interested in Part Time Assignments, and, the Engagement Leaders acts as the Coordinators, Project Managers and Single Point of Contact for the Client.

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SAP Modules

What is SAP?

SAP is a leading provider of ERP Solution known as SAP. SAP's products focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The company's main product is SAP ERP. The current version is SAP ERP 6.0 and is part of the SAP Business Suite. Its previous name was R/3.  SAP ECC is one of five enterprise applications in SAP's Business Suite. The other four applications are:

  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – helps companies acquire and retain customers, gain marketing and customer insight
  • Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) – helps manufacturers with product-related information
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) – helps companies with the process of resourcing its manufacturing and service processes
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) – enables companies to procure from suppliers

SAP Modules:

SAP R/3 was arranged into distinct functional modules, covering the typical functions in place in an organization. The most widely used modules were Financials and Controlling (FICO), Human Resources (HR), Materials Management (MM), Sales & Distribution (SD), and Production Planning (PP).

Each module handled specific business tasks on its own, but was linked to the others where applicable. For instance, an invoice from the billing transaction of Sales & Distribution would pass through to accounting, where it will appear in accounts receivable and cost of goods sold. SAP typically focused on best practice methodologies for driving its software processes, and SAP also produced specialized modules (referred to as IS or Industry Specific) geared toward a particular market segment, such as utilities or retail.

There are various reasons for going for a modular designs as it provides flexibility to the companies to implement only what they need and provide them with the capability to extend and customize the packaged software to suit the specific needs to the organization which is implementing the software. Some of the major benefits of modular design are highlighted below:

  • Flexibility to implement and maintain
  • Ability to Extend and Customize
  • Can be implemented on a need basis. A financial organization can skip implementing the manufacturing modules.
  • Security and Segregation of duties by restricting business processes of a particular department or Business Unit to specific module
  • Ease of Integration with legacy systems and third party interfaces.

Complete Modules of SAP ERP:

SAP comes with various modules which can be broadly classified into for application areas specified above. A complete list of SAP Modules is available here:

  1. Basis
  2. ABAP/4 Programming
  3. FI (Financial Accounting)
  4. CO (Controlling)
  5. EC (Enterprise Controlling)
  6. TR (Treasury)
  7. IM (Investment Management)
  8. HR (Human Resource)
  9. SD (Sales and Distribution)
  10. Logistics Information System
  11. MM (Materials Management)
  12. PM (Plant Maintenance)
  13. PP (Production Planning)
  14. QM - Quality Management
  15. BW (Business Warehousing)
  16. IS (Industry Solutions) / SAP for Industries specific solutions
  17. CS (Customer Service)
  18. SMB
  19. CA (Cross Application Components)
  20. PS (Project Systems)
  21. mySAP SEM
  22. mySAP CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
  23. mySAP Product Life Cycle Management
  24. SCM (SAP Supply Chain Management)
  25. Netweaver
  26. mySAP SRM (Supplier Relationship Management)

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Short Description: The mission of the SAP® Services organization is to help you realize the greatest value from your SAP software investment in a way that reduces your total cost of ownership and helps you run better as a business.
Long Description: This is done by helping you fine-tune your business processes and the SAP software they run on so your business achieves its long-term objectives as well as its day-to-day targets.

 

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Short Description: Developing a business case and road map for mature EA practices to maximize value in IT investments.
Long Description: In many of today's organizations, each line of business and department has focused on its own goals, budgets, and systems - resulting in a patchwork of legacy systems with overlapping capabilities, the proliferation of disparate processes, and a “spaghetti” architecture. This has resulted in a high cost IT environment that is inflexible and slow to change.

Learn how to overcome these challenges and increase the value of your IT investments by studying the best practices laid out in this white paper. Read it to discover the right discipline to apply when planning changes in business processes, information systems, and technology platforms.

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How to Optimize IT Performance with End User-Based Solutions:

Short Description: Gain critical information on servicing your business optimally by learning how to monitor all IT applications and services.
Long Description: Have you experienced users calling in with performance issues while your monitoring systems indicate all is fine?

This white paper gives you the information needed to monitor what is actually delivered to all users over time from the end-user perspective. It also includes a technical review of the different points - user device, network, servers and applications - that all need to be monitored for accurate performance documentation and issue identification and several cases including a SAP ERP solution.

Publisher: PremiTech Inc.

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What is Sap Basis

A set of middleware programs and tools that provide the underlying base that enable applications to be interoperable across operating systems. SAP Basis includes a RDBMS, GUI, and client server architecture. Beyond the interface aspect of Basis, it also includes such components as a data dictionary as well as user and system administration. Basis is the administration of the SAP system. It's a piece of middleware which links the application with the database and the operating system. Basis is most commonly associated with the GUI interface to the SAP.

It consists of the following applications/sub modules/screens:

  1. Security (BC - SEC)
  2. Application Link Enabling (ALE)
  3. Remote Function Calls (RFC)
  4. Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)
  5. Common Program Interface Communications (CPI-C)
  6. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
  7. Customizing (BC-CUS)
  8. ABAP Programming and Runtime Environment (BC - ABA)
  9. Client Server Technology (BC - CST)
  10. Network Integration (BC - NET)
  11. Basis Services/ Communication Interfaces (BC - SRV)
  12. Computing Center Management System (BC - CCM)
  13. Upgrade General (BC - UPG)
  14. Change and Transport System (BC - CTS)
  15. Operating System Platform(BC - OP)
  16. Database Interface, database platforms (BC - DB)
  17. Front End Services (BC - FES)
  18. ABAP Workbench (BC - DWB)
  19. Documentation and Translation Tools (BC - DOC)
  20. Controls and Control Framework (BC - CI)
  21. Business Management (BC - BMT)
  22. Middleware (BC - MID)
  23. Computer Aided Test Tool (BC - CAT)
  24. Ready to Run R/3 (BC - BRR)
  25. Authorizations System Monitoring with CCMS Workload Alert Monitor

Download Free Whitepapers from SAP:

Run Better with SAP Services:

Short Description: The mission of the SAP® Services organization is to help you realize the greatest value from your SAP software investment in a way that reduces your total cost of ownership and helps you run better as a business.
Long Description: This is done by helping you fine-tune your business processes and the SAP software they run on so your business achieves its long-term objectives as well as its day-to-day targets.

 

Building Effective Enterprise Architecture:

 

Short Description: Developing a business case and road map for mature EA practices to maximize value in IT investments.
Long Description: In many of today's organizations, each line of business and department has focused on its own goals, budgets, and systems - resulting in a patchwork of legacy systems with overlapping capabilities, the proliferation of disparate processes, and a “spaghetti” architecture. This has resulted in a high cost IT environment that is inflexible and slow to change.

Learn how to overcome these challenges and increase the value of your IT investments by studying the best practices laid out in this white paper. Read it to discover the right discipline to apply when planning changes in business processes, information systems, and technology platforms.

Publisher: SAP

How to Optimize IT Performance with End User-Based Solutions:

Short Description: Gain critical information on servicing your business optimally by learning how to monitor all IT applications and services.
Long Description: Have you experienced users calling in with performance issues while your monitoring systems indicate all is fine?

This white paper gives you the information needed to monitor what is actually delivered to all users over time from the end-user perspective. It also includes a technical review of the different points - user device, network, servers and applications - that all need to be monitored for accurate performance documentation and issue identification and several cases including a SAP ERP solution.

Publisher: PremiTech Inc.

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