Item description for SAP SEM BPS Interview Questions: Strategic Enterprise Management and Business Planning with SAP Sem by Terry Sanchez...
The Ultimate Learning Guide for SAP Business Planning with SEM-BPS SEM-BPS Certification Questions, Answers, and Explanations! It' s clear that SAP SEM is one of the most challenging areas in SAP. Finding resources can be difficult. SAP SEM-BPS Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations guides you through your learning process. From helping you to assess your SEM skills to evaluating candidates for a job, SAP SEM Interview Questions will put you on the path to understanding what you really need to know. The book is organized around three areas of SAP SEM-BPS BW Configuration, Troubleshooting, and Production Support. Each question includes everything you need to know to master the interview or properly evaluate a candidate. More than just a rehash of SAP documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on project knowledge and experience gained on successful high-profile SAP SEM-BPS implementations. Key interview topics include: . The most important SEM-BPS configuration settings to know . SAP SEM Administration, Transaction code quick references . SAP SEM Certification Examination Questions . Operative and Strategic Planning . Project Oriented Business Planning . Everything an SEM resource needs to know before an interview
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date May 5, 2006
Publisher Equity Press
ISBN 1933804173 ISBN13 9781933804170
Reviews - What do customers think about SAP SEM BPS Interview Questions: Strategic Enterprise Management and Business Planning with SAP Sem?
Bookie has repeated this exact review for all books in this series. Dec 16, 2006
I read Bookie's review and thought that it was a decent review, but I noticed that the review was very generic and could apply to just about any SAP application with Interview questions. I then clicked on all of Bookie's reviews and noticed that he has posted this exact same review for this entire series of Interview Questions. This means that Bookie is a schill for this author and probably works with the publisher. I am always suspect when any SAP related book receives a perfect 5 stars, because as you all know, there really is not a single book on the subject of the SAP R/3 system that even comes close to perfection due to the complex convoluted nature of SAP applications. In all cases there is no single right way to do anything in SAP and every implementation is a whole new ballgame.
Interview Books Jul 27, 2006
First, and frankly the most important thing to understand about interview questions books is that they help you save time. These books help you understand what deserves your attention and further reading, and what does not. These books help you understand what you need to learn, and what you can safely ignore. As an SAP consultant you can spend several hours each week, if not every day, learning about SAP. It is a major part of being an SAP person (especially a good one), and anything that you can do to reduce the amount of time you spend simply learning is very valuable to you. When you're spending time reading and not billing at a client, it can cost you about $100 each hour. That's expensive reading time! And so why would you even think twice about the cost of a $50 book if you think it will help you learn something valuable that you can apply at your job.
Second, the SAP market is evolving. It is evolving in ways that demand SAP people understand more about the product we are working with - It's not uncommon to see requests for an "MM and SD" functional consultant these days. Also, in my consulting practice, I am focusing on SRM - but each day I am called upon to talk about MM, PP, PS, and other areas in SAP. I think that clients are less and less willing to hear, "Well that's a FICO issue - or that's an MM issue."
Finally, I use these books myself. Each time I'm asked a question that stumps me, and this happens all of the time (despite what my clients may think), I turn to my own books as a reference. A couple of weeks ago someone asked me a question about a work order in PM. As an SRM consultant, I had little exposure to work orders. So I grabbed my PM Interview Questions book, looked up work orders in the index, and the EXACT question someone asked me was answered in the PM book. So the SAP Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations series of books help save SAP people time because they show you what is important to learn, and I believe they help greatly in cross training - and so that's what these books are all about. They will save you time, and give you more knowledge about the SAP product. And the only group of people that don't want that to happen are consultants who want to keep their skills a secret!