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Start 2016 off with great knowledge… My top 5 blog posts of 2015 – numbers aggregated from Linkedin, SCN.SAP, and our Blog.ConsultAce.biz site. Be sure to follow me so you don’t miss out on any more posts that will make your knowledge biiiigerrrr! Because the more you read the bimy knoweldge.PNGgger your knowledge gets… and I like to share my knowledge with the world 🙂

(A nod to ESPN for the flashback memory of my knowledge growing commercial…)

At #5:

Same-Day ACH, the basics
What is ACH? Why are banks pushing for it to be the Same-Day? This article explains the basics and provides links to the rest of the series of articles I published on Same-Day ACH.


#4:
Improvement Finder
An article on how to research improvements for your SAP system through SAP’s improvement finder.

#3:
Electronic bank statements optimized with search strings: option 1 of 3 ways to update your SAP check register
The overall number of checks issued in the United States continues to decline year over year. Despite the declines, the practical reality in the US is that many companies must still print checks. Given these realities, I provided 3 of the best options for keeping the check register up to date in SAP.

#2:
Bank Statement EhP6 1/2
I shared a few things from the Enhancement Package 6 (EhP6) for SAP ECC 6.0 that helped increase your functionality in SAP in a two-part series of how-to tips for bank statements.

And our top knowledge blog of the year? #1:
Automatically posting vendor direct debits in SAP (with invoice)
Do you have vendors that require payment via direct debiting from your bank account? For many companies, this is common for rent, certain utilities, and insurance. Well, I provided two possible ways that you could set up your SAP system to accommodate direct debits via electronic bank statement postings. 

Thank you for your support in 2015 – I look forward to a wonderful 2016 and many more opportunities to share my knowledge with you. Happy New Year!

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