Understanding the SAP Logistics Information System

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    From learning about information structures to performing standard and flexible analyses, this book gives you valuable insight and information about the workings of the SAP Logistics Information System LIS. Without the need for custom ABAP reports, learn how you can produce and run accurate and relevant reports, saving both valuable time and resources. Learn to configure LIS properly and understand how changes in configuration can impact reports. Analyze your supply chain processes, inventory, purchasing efficiently and with ease. Learn how to collect, consolidate, and utilize data from SAP by using LIS. If you are looking to efficiently manage your data and produce useful reports, this book is for you. Packed with the author's insight and experience, this detailed reference book helped you hit the ground running with this invaluable though often under-utilized tool.

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    Number of Pages: 328
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781592291083
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    Listed in: SAP (Systems, applications & products in databases)
    Publisher: SAP Press

    Books by M. Murray

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    RRP: £54.99

    Sale Price: £51.95

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