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SAP NetWeaver MDM hands on sessions at TechEd 2008- ‘classical’ MDM key functionalities

Hi all,

please take a look at the  following MDM Hands-On Sessions, that lead you through key functionalities of SAP MDM at TechEd 2008: 

IM263 – Data Modeling in SAP NetWeaver MDM (Las Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)

In the lecture part of this hands-on session, you will learn several best practices to create a performance optimized repository. In the exercise part, you will create 2 repositories. First, you create a not optimized repository and then an optimized one by applying the best practices step by step. For each repository, you’ll measure the duration of data imports using different data volumes. The result will show you clearly how the best practices will affect the performance.  

IM271 – SAP NetWeaver MDM Walkthrough (1/2) — Configure a Landscape and Run Core Processes (Las Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)

What needs to be configured in my MDM landscape, so that you can import master data from an ERP, CRM or other remote systems into MDM? Why and how do you bring customizing data from your remote system to the MDM system? How is numbering for newly created records handled? These are typical questions, coming up in each MDM project. This session teaches students how to set up an integrated MDM system landscape for an initial data transfer from a remote system to MDM, so that afterwards you’re ready to perform a consolidation of your master data.   

IM272 – SAP NetWeaver MDM Walkthrough (2/2) — Consolidate Customer Master Data  (Las Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)

This session outlines how SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management provides a single version of the truth for customer master data used in a diversified IT landscape. There will be hands-on practice on how SAP NetWeaver MDM consolidates customer master data from disparate systems, also featuring data quality services by Business Objects, an SAP company, and how this consolidated data can be synchronized and harmonized along the IT landscape.We are looking forward to welcoming you in the lecture room!

Best regards,


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