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BI

SAP BI functionality — from analytics, data modeling, and report creation, to maximizing the effectiveness of your company’s business intelligence tools, including SAP BW, SAP BusinessObjects, and SAP HANA.

CRM

SAP CRM functionality — including lead and sales management, security, CRM system performance, reporting, and analytics.

Financials

SAP financials functionality — including integrating with other modules and applications, SAP GRC, automating month-end closes, controlling, compliance, reporting, upgrading, and more.

Human Resources

SAP ERP HCM functionality — including personnel administration, payroll, travel management, and recruitment.

SCM/Logistics

SAP SCM and SAP ERP logistics systems— including SAP APO, sales and distribution, materials management, logistics execution system, and production planning.

Cloud

SAP in the cloud — including HANA, workload analysis, cloud economies and applications.

HANA

SAP HANA — including HANA platform, SAP S/4 HANA, programming and data.

Development

SAP Development — including programming languages, data centers, SAP HANA backup and restore and disaster prevention.

Administration

SAP Administration - including SAP Solution Manager, security, data management, performance, integration, and implementations and upgrades.

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