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    any sap guru here??

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    Specific Applications Protocol?

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    SAP stands for "systems, applications and products in data processing". It provide the capability to manage financial, asset, and cost accounting, production operations, etc. Basically, it is a ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system. me just want to know if there's any SAP experts or consultant here that i can share share experiences....

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    Originally posted by shaann
    SAP stands for "systems, applications and products in data processing". It provide the capability to manage financial, asset, and cost accounting, production operations, etc. Basically, it is a ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system. me just want to know if there's any SAP experts or consultant here that i can share share experiences....
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    wat modules do u specialise in. If the modules are FI/CO/AA, i might be able to help.

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    I've got a degree in calligraphy and a masters in speed reading...

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    Hmm...I thought only Germans used SAP

    I'm a PowerBuilder guy myself

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    Originally posted by kylelam77
    wat modules do u specialise in. If the modules are FI/CO/AA, i might be able to help.
    not in the functional modules, me more of a basis person..doing sap infrastructure and interfaces...so FI/CO fun?? one of the "best" modules in sap...

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    Originally posted by OpenLens
    Hmm...I thought only Germans used SAP

    I'm a PowerBuilder guy myself
    my boss is a german, i am working for germans...my company is a german compan...got headquarters in germany....

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    Originally posted by shaann


    not in the functional modules, me more of a basis person..doing sap infrastructure and interfaces...so FI/CO fun?? one of the "best" modules in sap...
    oh..... ok. So u do ABAP as well? FI/CO are quite hot modules alongside PP and some other stuff. They aren't exactly what i call fun. The interface ain't all that frenly. Been too used to Windows XP. Haha

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