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SAP PR Release Strategy Concept and Configuration Guide: - A Case Study - Paperback – August 29, 2010
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About the Author
Ahmad Rizki is an ERP Business Analyst Manager and also a Senior SAP Specialist at a leading CDMA-based telecommunication company in Indonesia. He had worked at various companies from various industries such as Oil & Gas Services, Geothermal Energy, Financial Services, and Telecommunication. The main functions that he experienced are Inventory Management, Procurement, Internal Audit, Sales & Distribution, and IT. He also has some full-cycle SAP implementation projects experience in some SAP modules such as Material Management (MM), Sales & Distribution, and Project System (PS). He has deep understanding about the integration between MM, SD, PS, and other SAP modules such as FICO, Plant Maintenance (PM), etc. With his experience and his educational background as an Industrial Engineer, he has a clear vision about various business processes and how to use the best-practice of them to support company’s strategic and operational activities to achieve its target. He also runs an SAP-related blog at www.SAPstudyMaterials.com where he writes several articles about various SAP concepts, configuration guide, etc. The SAP Study Materials blog currently has more than 1500 feed subscribers. He is the ERPCX Country Ambassador for Indonesia. ERPCX is a global provider of SAP knowledge and resources.
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