Saturday, 17 March 2012

SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation (2nd Edition)

I am SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation (BPC) need to understand what they can do for your business? These features, functionality, implementation and integration with other SAP components and applications for the authoritative guide to understanding the PCB. Budgeting, planning, forecasting, and consolidation of learning, in addition to best practices, SAP NetWeaver and other SAP components for the platform; you will understand how to integrate with the PCB. This new version is the latest release; version 7.5 includes the consolidation and advanced reporting, and includes additional coverage. Functions and features how the application modeling, data management, process management, and report to work on the PCB. 

SAP BPC Integration with SAP NetWeaver and other SAP applications and components learn how you can integrate. With a wide range of reports and information and analytical framework for analysis of PCBs heart to understand. Consolidation scenarios, for example, based on the application of best practices and expert advice to get through the planning in the real world and consolidation scenarios. Completely revised and the PCB version 7.5, version for SAP NetWeaver updated look for updated content, expanding coverage to improve reporting and consolidation characteristics. Planning significant consolidation and integration with SAP NetWeaver collaboration with BPC business logic programming and application data management process modeling and management fees

About the Author

Sridhar Srinivasan Houston, Texas, Zebra Consulting, Inc. is a solutions architect and approved by SAP for SAP Business Intelligence and products containing PCBs. He holds an MBA in finance from Duke University. Kumar Srinivasan body weight and a certified copy Council Consultant Senior Consultant BI / BPC works like a zebra. Together, SAP NetWeaver BI integrated planning finance at the same time the authors (SAP PRESS) are.

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