Channel Management

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by Stephen Johannes, SAP CRM Developer July 12, 2013
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This book, “SAP CRM: Technical Principles and Programming,” by Stephen Johannes, provides developers and consultants with the technical foundation to be more effective on CRM projects and to increase the success of CRM implementations. For more information about the book, visit its page on insiderBOOKS.com.


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by Kunal Verma, PMP, Global Business Applications Manager October 18, 2011
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See how a major healthcare industry supplier implemented Web Channel for SAP CRM, integrating it with its preexisting order-to-cash system and product catalogs.


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by Karthik Suryanarayanan, Senior Consultant, Capgemini LLC September 15, 2011
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Learn the key considerations and challenges when implementing SAP Web Channel for SAP CRM 7.0 enhancement package 1, as well as the resources and timelines of a typical implementation.


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by Srini Munagavalasa, PMP, Principal Business Integration April 1, 2011
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Let your contract team handle the quote creation process by using functionality within SAP CRM partner channel management. By doing so, you can free up partner portal champions and channel managers so they can spend more time on leads, opportunities, and customer service.

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by Srini Munagavalasa, PMP, Principal Business Integration February 25, 2011
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Portal registration is a function of SAP CRM partner channel management that can help enterprises automate their partner registration process for applications such as leads, opportunities, customer accounts, contacts, quotes, and marketing development funds. However, you need to control the information your partners can access. Learn how to accomplish this by granting your partner access to a partner portal, which allows channel partner users to log in to your SAP CRM applications through a link from your company’s Web site. Partner users can only see the data that you make available to them and can only manipulate data if you give them the appropriate user permissions.

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by Birgit Starmanns, Senior Director, Solution Marketing, EPM and Finance Solutions, SAP June 15, 2008
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The SAP E-Commerce business-to-business capabilities have long been used to allow business partners to place orders on the Web. The functionality also allows channel partners to do business on behalf of their end customers.

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by Birgit Starmanns, Senior Director, Solution Marketing, EPM and Finance Solutions, SAP March 15, 2008
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Partner Channel Management leverages the new CRM WebClient user interface (UI) in SAP CRM 2007 for both the channel manager and the channel partner users. While continuing to provide rich functionality for modeling channel partners, the usability enhancements allow channel partners to get up to speed faster with the CRM WebClient UI.

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by Birgit Starmanns, Senior Director, Solution Marketing, EPM and Finance Solutions, SAP January 15, 2008
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Companies who are brand owners know their core competence: their product, how to design and enhance it, how to manufacture it, and how to brand it. The next step is to find channel partners that help them do the rest: increase the local visibility and demand for the product through joint marketing activities, ensure that the product physically gets into the hands of end customers via distribution networks, provide a local presence to sell it, and provide local, specialized services for the product with a value-added service network.

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by Amit Khanna, Senior CRM Consultant, SAP America January 15, 2007
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Learn about how the partner determination procedure works in mySAP CRM. Although you may be familiar with partner determination in R/3, the mySAP CRM version offers additional options.

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by Birgit Starmanns, Senior Director, Solution Marketing, EPM and Finance Solutions, SAP October 15, 2006
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Partner Channel Management allows companies to manage their indirect sales channel, which are their channel partners. Find out how brand owners can develop and manage these partner relationships through the partner life cycle, and how they can improve collaboration with their channel partners across marketing, sales, and service processes.  channel partners with their own data, and allow brand owners to evaluate their partners’ performance.

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by Susana Messias, SAP CRM Consultant, BBKO Consulting October 15, 2006
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CRM Text Management allows you to copy business partner data and create a view of all the follow-up documentation for a customer issue. Learn how to configure CRM Text Management to meet your business needs.

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by Karen Lindholm, CRM Consultant, PRAGMATEK March 15, 2006
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The standard action profile <b>ORDER_MESSAGES</b> allows you to send output documents to your customers. With Action Wizard, you can build an action profile that automatically creates a follow-up activity when a sales contract expires. Also, find out how to use actions to send alerts to the Business Workplace or SAP NetWeaver Portal inbox.

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by David Glessner, Director, mySAP CRM Solution Management, SAP Labs November 15, 2005
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Discover the enhancements offered in mySAP CRM 2005, which SAP expects to release by the end of the year. Also find out what is involved with an upgrade to mySAP CRM 2005, whether you are new to SAP CRM or you use SAP CRM 2.x, SAP CRM 3.x, or SAP CRM 4.x.