In September I posted a SAP ISO 20022 Common Global Implementation about how SAP had become a member of the ISO 20022 Common Global Implementation (CGI) initiative and how we had established an outward Community Definition Group consisting of CGI members and other banks to define maps between the CGI templates for six transactions and internal SAP data fields.
I recently posted an article in SDN entitled SAP Partners with Banks and Customers to Speed Delivery of Corporate-to-Bank Connectivity Support in which I explain how we are implementing the various CGI templates, and announce the availability of the first of this – Credit Transfer Initiation – as Note 1665873 in the SAP Service Marketplace. Interested customers can submit a Customer Support Ticket for activation as part of a supported installation. I should add that the note comes with an extensive user guide that provides step by step instructions with screenshots to help users with their application of the note.
Additionally, the map between the CGI template and our internal data fields is in editing. This map contains an explanation of the source table and element for each CGI element we support, as well as additional technical insight on how we are supporting the different elements. Once posted in SCN, it will be available for any interested party to download.