It’s hard to imagine that I’ve written 6 books now. While the formatting portion is getting manageable, I certainly won’t say it comes easy to me. However, it is very satisfying when I finally finish it and see that people are buying it.
My latest book has gone away from Service Management, and instead goes into my other SAP passion of Variant Configuration. Yes, SAP Press has a book out about Variant Configuration, and I’m sure it is good. But what I really wanted to do was put together a book that helps you model. So this book, like my others, goes into all the nuts and bolts of each different screen and transaction. But the real value, I think, is that I focus a lot on HOW to build up that model. In my years of SAP, it’s easy enough to look at google, or do some trial and error. But there was never a reference that would help me pick the best method… there is also nothing out there that I’ve found that tells you to expect to model the same product multiple times. ha ha ha. If any of you have modeled in VC, you know this is often true.
Anyway, I hope you check it out. If you do, please let me know what you think.
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