Territory Management

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by Gaetano Altavilla, Senior SAP Practice Manager April 20, 2011
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Using the SAP CRM organizational model, you can display your sales and distribution, service, and purchasing structures by creating and processing individual organizational objects and their links.


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by Kaushik Ray, Practice Lead — SAP CRM, GlobalSoft Solutions Inc. December 21, 2009
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Many organizations use territory management to organize their sales force. In SAP CRM 7.0, SAP fundamentally changed the design of territory management by introducing the concept of rule-based territory definition. See how to define the scope of territories and then model and assign them.

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by Matt Mantooth, Education Consultant in the SAP CRM, SAP NetWeaver Administration, SAP ECC, and SAP NetWeaver BW Curriculum, SAP July 15, 2009
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Discover how upgrading to SAP CRM 7.0 can provide you with new tools to help your sales and service teams. Additions in this release include the ability to display expired contracts and the ability to create ERP quotes.

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by George Fratian, CRM Project Manager October 15, 2008
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In this excerpt from George Fratian’s new book from SAP PRESS, Planning Your SAP CRM Implementation, learn some tips to ensure that the master data you add to your new SAP CRM system is error free.

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by Amit Khanna, Senior CRM Consultant, SAP America June 15, 2007
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Learn how you can use Territory Management to organize your sales force into groups, such as for products or geographical location. Setting up Territory Management involves a five-part process — see what steps you need to follow in each part to use Territory Management.