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SAP SCM: A Supplement for SAP Based Supply Chain Management Courses

Author(s): Gene Deluke, RAMESH SUBRAMONIAM

Edition: 4

Copyright: 2020

Pages: 313

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Welcome to the fourth edition of SAP SCM: A Supplement for SAP-Based Supply Chain Management Courses. The supplement is an standalone book for graduate and undergraduate students to practice SAP exercises in supply chain management with advanced topics such as APO included. Almost all of the changes are in the addition of the Global Bike Data exercises in Chapter 12. Also, the other changes include a digital supply chain section in the Introduction, completely rewritten Chapters 1, 3, 4, and 6 because of the major changes in the SAP portal with a lot of training videos and other helpful training materials that have become available from SAP in the past few years. There is a troubleshooting guide added in the end where students can review some of the common problems encountered when they work on the exercises and the recommended solutions.

Preface
Introduction

SECTION 1 For SAP Beginners
Chapter 1 Using the SAP Help Portal
Chapter 2 Tips for Beginner SAP Users
Chapter 3 SAP University Alliance Community
Chapter 4 SAP Certification Programs
Chapter 5 Test Data in SAP Systems
Chapter 6 Installing the SAP GUI for Windows and Mac
Chapter 7 Logging into Your SAP Server
Chapter 8 SAP Navigation

SECTION 2 Lab Exercises
Chapter 9 Lab Exercises for IDES Data
Chapter 10 Review Questions and Problems for IDES Data
Chapter 11 Case Studies
Chapter 12 Lab Exercises with Global Bike Data
Chapter 13 Review Questions and Problems with Global Bike Data

SECTION 3 Appendices
Appendix A Lab Exercise Conventions
Appendix B About the Authors
Appendix C Trouble Shooting Guide for Lab Exercises

Gene Deluke

Gene Deluke is a retired senior lecturer in the Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses in operations management and supply chain management. Prior to joining the UT-Dallas faculty he worked with such companies as Texas Instruments, Hewlett Packard, i2 Technologies, and SAP America. He has more than 30 years of industry experience in operations and supply chain management as a consultant and middle manager. You may communicate with Gene by email by using Gene.Deluke@utdallas.edu.

RAMESH SUBRAMONIAM

Ramesh Subramoniam is a clinical associate professor of operations management and teaches graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Texas, Dallas. He holds a PhD from Erasmus University, Rotterdam and has over 27 years of industry experience, including leadership roles in supply chain, engineering, and program management with Amazon.com, Verizon, Delphi, and General Motors Corporation. He also was the managing director of FTI Consulting and has worked with several companies in the USA and Mexico to deploy supply chain strategy and solutions. You may communicate with Ramesh via e-mail by using Ramesh.Subramoniam@utdallas.edu.

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