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What permissions do you need for SAP for Me for Partners?

For SAP Partners accessing the Partner Dashboards in SAP for Me, there are specific permissions required.

Prerequisites

First of all, the S-User ID used to log in must be active, maintained in SAP Manage My Partnership, and linked to your Partner ID.

Some cards are visible to all users, regardless of their function. However, many cards are restricted by the Partner Contact Function assigned to you by your Partner Security Manager.

 

Specific permissions

Here are the functions required for the cards which are live today:

 

Dashboard  Card  Partner Contact Function(s) with visibility

Partnership 

 

 

 

 

My Partnership All Partner Functions
Partnership Tracks All Partner Functions
Test, Demo & Development All Partner Functions
Partner Administration Partner Manager, Security Manager, Partner Marketing & Funds, Partner Product & Support, Partner Sales Manager, Sales Contact and Sales Operations
Partner Product Authorization Fulfillment All Partner Functions
Partner Center of Expertise Partner Manager, Partner Security Manager, Partner Product & Support
Partner Company Grouping All Partner Functions
My Affiliates Partner Manager, Partner Security Manager or Partner eSigner belonging to Partner Grouping Agreement signer
  Recognized Expertise (REX) All Partner Functions
  Cloud Choice, Flex Model Eligibility All Partner Functions
Sales & Marketing  Four Rolling Quarters Pipeline Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
SAP Key Contacts Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Open Deals Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Pipeline Details Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Approved Quotes Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Business Planning Security Manager & Partner Manager
Revenue & Performance Security Manager & Partner Manager
Next-Generation Cloud Delivery All Partner Functions
Customer Success  Current Certified Individuals Partner Manager, Security Manager
Current Solution Certifications Partner Manager, Security Manager
Cloud Customer Projects Partner Manager, Security Manager
Active License Sales Order with Service Provider Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Cloud Platform Pay-Per-Use Partner Manager, Security Manager
Approaching Renewals (Cloud and Maintenance) Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager, eSigner
Partner Solutions Partner Solutions All Partner Functions

Customer Details

 

Orders All Partner Functions
Systems All Partner Functions
Products All Partner Functions
Cloud Contracts Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager, eSigner
On-Premise Maintenance Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager, eSigner
Cloud Consumption Sales Contact, Sales Manager, Sales Operations, Partner Manager, Security Manager
Cloud Platform Enterprise Agreement Credit Usage Partner Manager, Security Manager
Next-Generation Cloud Delivery All Partner Functions
My Learnings My Certifications All Partner Functions

 

If in doubt, you can always click the 3 dots on the side of the card and choose “What is this card about?” to see the required permissions for each card:

 

Requesting Permissions

If you would like to request permissions, you should contact your Partner Security Manager. If you currently do not have permission to view a card, you can contact them through SAP for Me:

 

 

You can also contact partner@sap.com to find your Partner Security Manager.

 

Customer Dashboards

The authorizations required for customer dashboards are different to the Partner Dashboards. Authorizations for the customer dashboards must be assigned by the customer super administrator.

 

You should double-check if you are in the Customer Dashboards and follow the instructions required for customers here.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: I can log into SAP for Me but do not see the Partner Dashboards. How can I get access to those? A: The Partner Dashboards will only be made visible if you are logging in with an S-User ID which is maintained in MMP. You should contact your Partner Security Manager and ask them to upload your S-User ID to MMP. Once that is done, the Partner Dashboards will automatically appear for you in SAP for Me.

 

  • Q: I cannot access a particular card. What do I need to do?
  • A: Check the card for the following:
    1.  Click “What is this card about?” to learn about the content of the card and understand if you need to access it
    2. Click on the “company administrators” or “Partner Security Manager” text in blue and select a member of your organisation to contact
    3. Request the authorization required which is listed in bold text on the card

 

  • Q: I cannot access SAP for Me at all
  • A: Contact partner@sap.com for further troubleshooting and to find the Partner Security Manager for your organisation

SAP for Me is your Digital Companion

To summarize, In order to get the full benefits of SAP for Me, ensure that you contact your Partner Security Manager to provide you with the permissions you need for your specific role.

At SAP for Me, we are always looking to hear your feedback on SAP for Me. In the tool there is a feedback option; please use that to suggest new features, open a ticket for a bug, or report on performance.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on how we can improve SAP for Me for Partners. Please feel free to share your feedback in the comments section.You can also find Q&A and post questions using the SAP for Me Answers tag, and find other blogs regarding SAP for Me using the SAP for Me Blogs tag.

 

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      Author's profile photo Paul Tormey
      Paul Tormey

      Very useful Blog Aine, thanks for sharing the tips.
      Paul