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SAP Best Practice for Chemicals

SAP Best Practices for Chemicals is a fast and cost efficient way to get a solid ERP backbone. 


We are pleased to announce that SAP has released a new edition of the ‘SAP Best Practices for Chemicals’ package. The new DVD includes 84 chemical industry specific scenarios, for example tank trailer processing, order to invoice, recipe management and batch manufacturing. Many more chemical relevant business processes are also available.

The best part is – they can be easily implemented ‘out of the box’. And the package comes in specific country localizations such as Germany, US, China, India, Russia, France and soon for Brazil.

SAP Best Practices for Chemicals enables customers to implement SAP ERP in less than 6 months from scratch – a proven fact supported by many client success stories across the globe.

With this we have built a unique business process and technology environment helping clients and customers to benefit from SAP’s vast industry knowledge.

We believe that SAP Best Practice for Chemicals is the ultimate answer to implementing and running a proven IT landscape considering today’s limited budgets and investments. With SAP Best Practice for Chemicals you can achieve your TCO goals without sacrificing quality and business process flexibility.

Details, demos, overview presentations, and customer success stories are available free of charge in a comprehensive package on a new DVD: SAP Business All-in-One for Chemicals – Solution Kit

Order Info: available at the SAP Knowledge Shop. To order your copy, simply click SAP Shop and browse to…
SAP Knowledge Shop for Customers and Partners → Documentation → ERP → ERP 2004 / 2005 → SAP Business All-in-One for Chemicals)


Be sure to watch this space for more information on what Best Practices is and how the content of the DVD can help your company achieve its business and IT goals. As always, your comments are appreciated and you can contact us for more information

Frank Kochendoerfer ( & Rainer Moeckel (

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