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Receivables and Collections Automation with SAP FSCM (Hardback)
  • Receivables and Collections Automation with SAP FSCM (Hardback)

Receivables and Collections Automation with SAP FSCM (Hardback)

Hardback 450 Pages / Published: 30/08/2010
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Teaches how to design, configure, and implement the FSCM Collections, Dispute, Credit, and Biller Direct components Provides proven guidance and real case studies for extending an ERP Financials infrastructure with FSCM Includes coverage of advanced topics including extensions, re-porting with NetWeaver BI, and workflow design The book provides you with a complete, detailed overview of each of the four major components in the SAP Financial Supply Chain Management receivables and collections management application You ll learn how to implement and use the Credit Management, Dispute Management, Biller Direct, and Collections Management subcomponents, as well as best practices for integrating them with other SAP ERP applications and with SAP ERP Financials. In addition to the coverage of the four major components, the book also features chapters on integrating FSCM with ERP Financials and NetWeaver BW/BI reporting architecture, and customizing the implementation or upgrade with available extensions. You ll learn the best practices and configuration steps necessary for seamless implementation and integration of FSCM into an existing ERP Financials architecture and SAP infrastructure. Whether you are an experienced SAP professional working with SAP Financial Supply Chain Management for the first time, a new user trying to learn the ropes and implement the processes, or an implementation or project management professional looking to optimize the SAP Financial Supply Chain Management integration with SAP ERP Financials and other applications, this resource will help you make the most of your efforts.

Publisher: SAP Press
ISBN: 9781592292455
Number of pages: 450

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