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Free Webcast: ASAP Methodology for Implementation¬óMajor Benefits to an Organization

During 2009, behind-the-scenes work was undertaken to harmonize the way we project manage SAP implementations. The result is the AcceleratedSAP (ASAP) Methodology and Business Add-Ons. The new ASAP Methodology brings together the previous ASAP methodology, BISA (Business Intelligence Solution Accelerator) methodology, Value Delivery principles, Service-Oriented Architecture methodology and Business Process Management methodology.

The ASAP Roadmap 7.0 covers the entire project life-cycle-from evaluation through delivery to post project solution management and operations as well as the value, process and application life-cycle. The new ASAP Roadmap 7.0 has been made more lean, increasing its practicality. The new ASAP methodology provides transparency of value delivery through consistent business case reflection and ensures efficient guidance for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Business Process Management (BPM) and traditional implementation projects.

I can highly recommend our free of charge webcast session on March 31, 2010, between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m.. Ann Rosenberg and Sven Roeleven will give you the details about the new ASAP Methodology, the new SAP Modeling Handbook which is based on ARIS including the new BPX Professional certification program where you can learn how to work with ARIS tools and how they integrate to SAP´s BPM technology including how they support the new ASAP Methodology.

Please register here.

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  • Hello Uwe
    Thanks for the information.  Would you please add SAP Education to the categories for this posting as the topic is informative and would benefit the SAP Education community.


  • Interesting you mentioned BISA (Business Intelligence Solution Accelerator) methodology. I was looking for BObj methodology for quite some time, but was not able to find any details. Do you know if it was available only through training/certification or as well publicly?