New book on SAP Event Management published!
|Title: SAP’s Best Kept Secret – SAP Event Management
Author: Kevin Wilson
Size: 6.14 x 9.21In OR 234 x 156mm (hardcover)
MSRP: $79.95 (Available for less at Genie Press)
Published: February 2010
There are very few instances in the world of business applications and information systems where you can look at something new and say “Wow, if I implement that we can really gain some tangible benefit to my organization…” SAP Event Management is just such an application.
Too many times we hear senior executives ask questions like “How are my processes performing against the plan?” or “Where are the issues in my processes and how many do I have?”
Companies need to improve productivity and one way to achieve this is by moving to a “manage by exception” operating model.
How is this accomplished? Simply put, by performing the following steps: create a plan, implement the plan, monitor the execution against the plan and manage the exceptions from that plan.
Why is this book entitled “SAP’s Best Kept Secret?” Well, SAP Event Management is the answer to these questions, if you have SAP you most likely already have the software and yet you don’t know about it or its benefits.
The intent of this book is to unravel this secret and make it clear to you about what it is, what it can do for you, and why it is such a valuable addition to SAP’s solution landscape….
This book is intended for the following audience:
Executives looking for ways of reducing their costs through process optimization, status management and process visibility
Project team members using SAP EM related functionality
System Architects who need to know about the best kept secret at SAP in order to possibly utilize it in future designs
The book covers the following areas (click the links for a preview of the chapter):
Chapter 1 gives an executive overview of SAP EM describing what it is, what it comprises of, where the benefits lie and ultimately what value it brings to the table. This is a must read for the executives and system architects of companies.
Chapter 2 describes the technical architecture covering its core services, deployment options and the differences between the various releases.
Chapter 3 covers the application system giving details behind what is available on the side of the solution where the events and processes are generated.
Chapter 4 covers SAP Event Management giving the details behind what is available on the SAP EM system, what functionality lies there and what it’s used for.
Chapter 5 provides an implementation methodology showing the steps required to implement SAP EM at your organization successfully.
Chapter 6 provides general useful information on SAP EM including a troubleshooting guide.