Archiving and deleting data from the ECC database may seem like a straightforward task, but there are many pitfalls that can bring archiving efforts (and possibly more) to a halt. Mark Minich will pre...
Archiving and deleting data from the ECC database may seem like a straightforward task, but there are many pitfalls that can bring archiving efforts (and possibly more) to a halt. Mark Minich will present a best practice approach to SAP Data Archiving, its tie into SAP’s Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) and archiving for S/4 HANA.
You will learn:
• Best Practice Methodology for Implementing an SAP Data Archiving Strategy
• Options for Accessing Archived Data
• Brief overview of SAP ILM
• Data Retention, Data Disposition and SAP System Decommissioning
• Data Archiving in (and for an upgrade to) S/4 HANA
Join us as we cover the GDPR's impact on your SAP environment and the obligations it places on your GRC strategy. While many organizations will be impacted, Forrester reports that 80% of companies...
Join us as we cover the GDPR's impact on your SAP environment and the obligations it places on your GRC strategy. While many organizations will be impacted, Forrester reports that 80% of companies are unprepared for the GDPR's enforcement date of May 25th!
We'll demonstrate the proactive approach, by pointing out the areas in SAP impacted by the GDPR and reviewing what data to look for and where. In addition to this, we'll reveal how best to leverage SAP ILM for GDPR compliance by integrating native platform functionalities. We'll also provide recommendations to help you assess your organization's readiness and determine the best path to compliance.
This regulation exposes your business to fines of up to 20M or 4% of annual global turnover (whichever is greater) for breaching requirements. The clock is ticking! Attend this session to gain actionable insights into preparing your SAP environment for the GDPR.
In this webinar you’ll learn about the top challenges for SAP license management, arming you with the tools to help you assign the most cost-effective licenses. Let SAP License expert Selva Kuma...
In this webinar you’ll learn about the top challenges for SAP license management, arming you with the tools to help you assign the most cost-effective licenses. Let SAP License expert Selva Kumar from AudiBot help you to pay only for the licenses you need.
You will learn how to:
• Identify the right SAP license type
• Do not get over charged for you SAP Licenses
• Collect the correct SAP License data
• Submitting the right SAP License data to SAP
You’ve heard that SAP S/4 HANA is the future of SAP ERP. Did you know it is ready to go today? In fact, SAP S/4 HANA's is on its third annual update (for on premise and private cloud edition...
You’ve heard that SAP S/4 HANA is the future of SAP ERP. Did you know it is ready to go today? In fact, SAP S/4 HANA's is on its third annual update (for on premise and private cloud editions) which was released in September 2017. Join us for this informative webinar:
• See what makes S/4 HANA different and more than just a technical upgrade
• Learn the development roadmap for S/4 HANA and the tools available to evaluate it
• Discover the latest improvements in the 1709 release
Billions of dollars in capital and operating lease assets will be added to balance sheets as right-to-use (ROU) assets starting with 2019 or earlier. Leasing is an important activity to finance and ga...
Billions of dollars in capital and operating lease assets will be added to balance sheets as right-to-use (ROU) assets starting with 2019 or earlier. Leasing is an important activity to finance and gain access to assets and reduce an organization's exposure to the risks of asset ownership. The current off-balance sheet accounting has been criticized for years. Finally, the accounting boards have converged on a new standard effective in 2019. This session will educate you on what this means for your company.
You will learn:
• What are the new rules?
• How will US accounting differ from the rest of the world?
• What should my company do to prepare?
Discussion with author Tanya Duncan on the making of The Essential SAP Career Guide: Hitting the Ground Running. Tanya will discuss the content included in this second edition of The Essential SAP Car...
Discussion with author Tanya Duncan on the making of The Essential SAP Career Guide: Hitting the Ground Running. Tanya will discuss the content included in this second edition of The Essential SAP Career Guide including updates on the SAP market and expert interviews with well-known SAP professionals including Michael Management CEO Thomas Michael.
This webinar includes:
Introduction to Tanya Duncan and overview of The Essential SAP Career Guide
Key areas of the book relevant for SAP beginnings including interview tips, SAP career paths, and critical skills for SAP newbies
Discussion on what has changed in the SAP market since the first edition was published in 2013.
The Making of The Essential SAP Career Guide: Hitting the Ground Running
How to Post Revaluations in SAP Asset Accounting
SAP Job & Training Challenges - A live discussion with SAP experts
Standard Product Costing - 3 Methods to Absorb Overhead
Executive Briefing - Improve Productivity with SAP Training
Will you be ready? Accounting for Asset Leases…the new way!
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