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Materials Management with SAP ERP: Functionality and Technical Configuration (SAP MM) (4th Edition) (SAP PRESS) Hardcover – March 25, 2016
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About the Author
Martin Murray was a respected Logistics consultant and worked with IBM for more than 15 years. He joined the computer industry upon his graduation from Middlesex University in 1986. In 1991, he began working with SAP R/2 in the materials management are for a London-based multinational beverage company, and in 1994 he moved to the United States to work as an SAP R/3 consultant.
Jawad Akhtar works as the SAP Leader for Business Sales and Delivery at IBM Pakistan. He earned a chemical engineering degree from Missouri University of Science and Technology (USA) in 1996. He has more than 18 years of professional experience and has completed several large-scale SAP implementations and rollout lifecycles. He has led large teams in his roles as an SAP integration manager and SAP project manager, and has also been proactively involved in business development and solution architect roles. He is the technical adviser to SAPexperts and is a prolific contributor to SearchSAP, where he shares his views on logistics, supply chain management (SCM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and project management.
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The physical properties of the book - the typeset is excellent, pages made of thick paper stock, bold, easy to read high contract. The writing style, for the most part, is very clear and precise; written in neutral, third person, thereby saving the reader from weeding out several thousand useless "you" "and "your" or "yours" and the other useless words that would accompany them. Comparing its style to the computer book genre in general, it is well written.
Screen shots and tables are very clear and also easy to read.
The business cases offered to demonstrate the practical application of the concept discussed are repetitious, shallow and add generally very little to reinforce the user's knowledge or proficiency.
The value of this book could have been enhanced by availing to the reader/user knowledge on how to interact with SAP in a typical environment, for example, showing how to execute the various transaction codes identified in the book, how to generate various user reports, how to perform tasks more effectively and efficiently, such as basic reports, queries, programmed reports, mass uploads, mass changes, etc.
The book will definitely increase the readers knowledge of SAP, thus buying and reading it was definitely a worthwhile investment in resources, however, it will not be serve me as a handbook which I intend to consult on regular basis.
It brings a whole SAP Material Management (stock, material, purchase) overview with relevants business explanation. For an SAP consultant or user, I do recommend it.