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by Jeetendra Kumar, IT Director, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. August 11, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Understand the complexities of breaking down a complex SAP project implementation into manageable chunks, reflecting a scope capable of aligning with and meeting an organization’s specific goals. Build an implementation approach and business case by understanding the advantages and disadvantages of variations of the phased approach. Finally, learn how to use the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) model to evaluate the alternatives in a scientific way, as well as perform sensitivity analysis and a head-to-head comparison of alternatives.

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by Davin Wilfrid, Former Contributing Editor, SAP Experts February 4, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a method for calculating overall project progress in a single metric. See how an SAP consulting team is applying EVM to track project progress during a large banking implementation.

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by Michal Szymaczek, Business Development Manager, BCC February 1, 2009
SAP Professional Journal – 
The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is an effective, multi-criteria decision-making method that helps you to assign logical, concrete values to your choices so you can make more informed judgments. Learn how to use AHP to intelligently structure and analyze complex problems and more easily synthesize your data with your criteria.

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by Michal Szymaczek, Business Development Manager, BCC January 15, 2007
SAP Professional Journal/HR – 

Forms are the lifeline of modern business, and the well-known PDF technology enables you to easily send forms via email, post them on the Internet, archive them, or print them offline. But what if you want to quickly modify a PDF document—add encryption, attachments, or background text, for example—without having to open Adobe Acrobat and click through the various buttons and menu items? This article introduces the PDF Toolbox, an open-source solution that allows ABAP developers to programmatically modify existing PDF documents with ease. It takes you through the components of the solution, walks you through an example that uses it, and shows you how to enhance and deploy it.


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by Michal Szymaczek, Business Development Manager, BCC January 15, 2007
SAP Professional Journal/HR – 
Download sample SAP HR programming code.

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by Michal Szymaczek, Business Development Manager, BCC January 15, 2007
SAP Professional Journal/HR – 
If you are an SAP programmer working with more than just the SAP Human Resources (HR) module, you know that, by comparison, HR is one of the most demanding and challenging of SAP’s functional components. SAP HR has its own idiosyncrasies that you must understand in order to develop effective HR solutions, and experienced programmers will have an easier job if they have a thorough understanding of the tools and HR rules available to aid in HR development. This article provides an introduction to fundamental HR capabilities by showing you how to enhance standard infotypes and create custom ones, including how to use the HR features tool, HR function module exits, and dynamic actions to effectively modify infotype behavior, to help you pave the way to a successful HR implementation.

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by Michal Szymaczek, Business Development Manager, BCC September 15, 2005
SAP Professional Journal – 
Using an implementation methodology that divides a project into phases with clearly defined deliverables is a critical first step toward warding off problems that put a project at risk of failure, and AcceleratedSAP (ASAP) is the most popular and proven implementation methodology in the SAP world. However, like most implementation methodologies, ASAP does not provide specific tools for carrying out the methodology and avoiding project risks. This article introduces you to a set of tools and techniques from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) that you can use together with ASAP to minimize the risk and maximize the success of your SAP projects.