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30-08-2018, 11:36

Free Download Logistics with SAP S/4HANA: An Introduction

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Logistics with SAP S/4HANA: An Introduction
2017 | ISBN: 1493215892 | English | 400 pages | EPUB | 24 MB

Welcome to logistics in a digital world. From procurement to production and everything in between, see how SAP S/4HANA transforms your SAP Logistics landscape. Examine each supply chain line of business in SAP S/4HANA: sales order management, manufacturing, inventory management, plant maintenance, and more. Discover key innovations such as MRP Live and embedded SAP EWM. Explore the future of logistics with SAP!

* Learn what SAP S/4HANA offers for supply chain management: manufacturing, warehousing, procurement, and beyond
* Explore embedded analytics and key SAP Fiori applications for supply chain processes
* Preview your migration to SAP S/4HANA

Big Picture Logistics
Discover the ins and outs of logistics in SAP S/4HANA with this overview of key functionalities, innovations, and redesigned processes. From procurement to production, see how SAP S/4HANA elevates your supply chain.

Critical Functionality
SAP S/4HANA is changing your supply chain. Explore inventory management, manufacturing, warehousing, sourcing and procurement, quality management, plant maintenance, and more!

New Workflows
Keep up with the latest in logistics: embedded SAP EAM, MRP live, and more! Map the logistics line of business workflows like streamlined procure to pay, accelerated plan to product, optimized order to cash, and enhanced request to service.

* Sourcing and procurement
* Inventory management
* Warehouse management
* Inbound and outbound logistics
* Manufacturing operations
* Plant maintenance
* Quality management
* SAP Fiori applications
* Implementation and migration
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