Convert Dangerous Goods Master Data Accurately in Your ECC Upgrade

  • by Anton Karnaukhov, Senior IT Manager, Pacific Coast Companies, Inc.
  • October 15, 2007
Eliminate potential risks with proven step-by-step instructions to convert dangerous goods master data during your next major upgrade to SAP ERP Central Component 5.0 or 6.0. Failure to perform these steps may result in erroneous master data.
Key Concept
A dangerous good is a hazardous material that poses a risk to people or the environment. Dangerous goods can be solid, liquid, or gas substances and may be flammable, radioactive, or toxic, for example. It is crucial to maintain dangerous goods correctly in your system, or you can face legal, health, and business ramifications. SAP provides Dangerous Goods Management to properly manage and regulate your dangerous goods. Dangerous goods master data hosts the required information to include on several important documents, such as bill of lading, delivery notes, and other output reports.

Anton Karnaukhov

Anton Karnaukhov is a senior IT manager at Pacific Coast Companies, Inc., in Sacramento, California. He earned an MBA degree at Heriot-Watt University and a BS/BA degree with a specialization in computer information systems at Western Carolina University. Anton has more than eight years of SAP implementation and development experience focusing on business intelligence and logistics modules in the manufacturing and resale industries.

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