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SAP Event Management book published

This 824 page book on SAP Event Management took over 2 years to complete and is the definitive guide towards understanding SAP Event Management, what it is and what it can do.

This book covers the following areas:

Chapter 1 gives an executive overview of SAP EM, describing what it is, what it is comprised of, where the benefits lie and ultimately what value it brings to the table. This area is a must-read for a company’s executives and for solution architects designing an implementation of the module.

Chapter 2 describes the technical architecture covering SAP EM’s core services, deployment options and the differences between the various releases, up to and including SAP EM 9.2.

Chapter 3
covers the application system, providing details behind what is available on the side of the solution where the events and processes are generated. Typical SAP application systems include SAP ERP, SAP SCM and SAP TM.

Chapter 4
addresses the SAP EM module, giving the details behind what is available, its inherent functionality and how it is used. This chapter is for all those folks looking to see the detail behind what is provided in terms of functionality.

Chapter 5
provides details about how SAP EM and SAP Global Trade Services integrate. SAP Global Trade Services is SAP’s detailed solution for helping companies address their trade processes and ensuring they are executed in a regulatory-compliant fashion.

Chapter 6
explores details about how SAP EM and SAP Transportation Management integrate. SAP Transportation Management is SAP’s detailed solution for helping companies address all their
transportation processes, from planning, tendering and execution to freight settlement.

Chapter 7
covers a very unique aspect of track and trace, serialized track and trace. In many
instances, there is a very real need to track a particular, unique, serialized item. SAP provides several solutions to help with this case, one of which is a flavor of SAP EM, called the SAP Object Event
Repository. In this chapter, we will also describe SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure and SAP Advanced Track and Trace for Pharmaceuticals.

Chapter 8
offers a methodology to guide you through the needed steps to implement SAP EM.

Chapter 9
provides operational details around using SAP EM and includes a troubleshooting guide. This chapter delves into the details behind security, operational guidelines and system monitoring.

Chapter 10
outlines general useful information on SAP EM, including transactions, development tips and tricks, IMG listings, blogs, links and sample scenarios.To view more details please refer to

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      Author's profile photo Zenon Kowalewski
      Zenon Kowalewski

      Thanks for making this happen Kevin.
      The definitive guide to SAP Event Management!!


      Author's profile photo Kevin Wilson
      Kevin Wilson
      Blog Post Author

      And thanks to your contribution in there too - Not SAP EM Archiving 101 but rather SAP EM Archiving 301