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S/4HANA Sourcing & Procurement – Community Call – October 15th

UPDATE: Thank you for attending the Community Call. If you missed it or would like to revisit, you can access the recording here.
We also invite your feedback. Please feel free to share add your feedback in the comments section.

SAP S/4HANA Sourcing & Procurement Engineering team is organizing a series of Community Calls for Customers and Partners, with the first call scheduled on October 15th.

During the call, experts from our Development team will discuss and share answers and solutions to some of the most frequently raised “How-to” and consulting questions. Participants will get a chance to interact with the experts during the Q&A.


What topics are covered?

  • Purchase Orders OData API
  • Workflow in Purchase Requisitions and Purchase Orders
  • Sneak Preview: Central Procurement – Manage Purchase Requisitions Centrally

Who should attend?

· Business Users such as purchasing manager, procurement experts etc.

· Experienced Procurement Consultants who have experience in the implementation of procurement solutions.

How to attend this call?

Join the Skype Meeting, or try the Skype Web App.

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    • Hi, the first Community Call on 15th October will be recorded, and the recording shall be made available in the community for the benefit of those who are unable to join. For subsequent calls to be organized in the future, we will definitely consider scheduling some of them in US friendly time slots.

    • Hi, I have updated this blog post with a link to the recording. You can also find it in the 'Documents' section of the community. Thank you.

  • My concern is that only EU users get the benefit of being able to interact and ask questions with the experts. Recording is fine for the initial, but really should consider needs of the entire community when scheduling, especially since this is a Global Solution, SAP must think and act Global. Thank you.

    • Your feedback is very valid. With the first call we have attempted to target the Europe and Asia-Pacific time zones, and in the future it will be our attempt to schedule this in a more convenient slot for other regions. Stay tuned!