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Find out about new improvements for SAP Master Data Governance (SAP MDG)

SAP Master Data Governance (SAP MDG) is a natural extension of the business processes running in S/4HANA and the SAP Business Suite, providing domain-specific master data governance to consolidate and centrally create, change, and distribute master data.

SAP MDG, central governance provides central ownership of master data in line with a company’s business rules and processes. MDG delivers domain-specific, out-of-the-box applications as well as a framework for custom-defined master data.

SAP MDG, consolidation and mass processing provides an understanding of enterprise master data that is owned and maintained de-centrally. It delivers capabilities to standardize the master data and to detect duplicates and furthermore enables you to update multiple master data records at a time.

The most recent SAP MDG Customer Connection project is now delivering the improvement requests in all relevant MDG areas on premise and especially including S/4HANA.

Join the upcoming call to hear discover the developed improvements that were requested by customers and available for productive use. We will explain the content of the improvements and show how you can start using them for your company’s benefit. For more details about the campaign for SAP Master Data Governance: click here.

Date:  June 12, 2019

Time:  US Pacific: 7:00 am, US Central: 9:00 am, US Eastern: 10:00 am

Register here: https://webinars.sap.com/delivery-call-sap-master-data-gov-2/en/registration.aspx

What was In scope:

  • MDG on Premise: SAP MDG, Central Governance, and SAP MDG, Consolidation and Mass Processing
  • Domains: Business Partner (incl. Customer & Supplier), Finance, Material, Custom Object, Enterprise Asset Management, Retail and Fashion Management
  • Common functions: for example, Data Replication, Data Import Framework, Extensibility, Search, Hierarchy

What was Out of scope:

  • New cloud applications
    New data domains / business objects
    Common functions that are not allowed according to S/4HANA architecture guidelines
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