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Fritz MosonyiFritz Mosonyi SAP Upgrade Analysis – Procedures and Results

11/25/2008 by Fritz Mosonyi

In reply to numerous inquiries, I would like to take the opportunity to describe, in greater detail, the SAP Upgrade analysis using IntelliCorp LiveCompare.

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger Transport Management – SAP CTS+ will hardly straighten it out

11/24/2008 by Dieter Steiger

In my article on SAP Change and Transport Management, I discuss the topic of “measures that ensure horizontal and vertical consistency.” After attending the TechEd Berlin 2008, it appears that SAP and its Enhanced Change and Transport System CTS+ remain unwilling to accept this challenge but instead prefer to leave it up to customers and their consultants. “Thanks a bunch, SAP!” “Enhanced” basically just means the inclusion of additional Java objects in Transport Management.

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger SAP Business Process Change Analyzer – Does It Analyze Business Processes?

11/18/2008 by Dieter Steiger

Accompanied by considerable fanfare, SAP co-CEO Leo Apotheker introduced an SAP Solution Manager module called the SAP Business Process Change Analyzer (SAP BPCA) at this year’s TechEd in Berlin. So, what’s behind it? Can the Business Process Change Analyzer fulfill the expectations that its name suggests?

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger SAP Solution Manager – Does It Manage SAP Solutions?

11/17/2008 by Dieter Steiger

I was fortunate to attend various presentations on the topic of SAP’s solution management at SAP TechEd 2008 Berlin.

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Fritz MosonyiFritz Mosonyi SAP Usage Analysis with IntelliCorp LiveCompare

10/24/2008 by Fritz Mosonyi

Which processes run in a SAP system? What components are used most frequently? Which custom programs are used? How is usage distributed in departments or in the enterprise? Which outside systems have access to the system?

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Ruben MeierRuben Meier HP uCMDB 7.0 Base Implementation Training

10/20/2008 by Ruben Meier

In beteo‘s projects, HP´s Universal CMDB is often used as configuration management database in the context of Application Lifecycle Management projects. I had the opportunity to get more general uCMDB knowledge at a HP training course in Helsinki.

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Robert SutzRobert Sutz Three Phases for Project Leadership Success

10/17/2008 by Robert Sutz

The article Efficient and Targeted Project Execution describes how on time and on budget execution and successful completion of complex projects can be realized. It requires clearly defined leadership process covering all people involved supported by software-based leadership systems.

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Robert SutzRobert Sutz Efficient and Targeted Project Execution (Part 2)

10/07/2008 by Robert Sutz

To support project and portfolio managers in their daily management of project execution work, Leadership Systems are used more and more frequently. Modern Project Leadership Systems offer predefined project execution processes which support the activities and decisions of the leadership team. In addition, they allow all relevant information (requests, decisions, risks, provisions, changes) to be centrally stored, contextually interrelated and preprocessed to support information needs of different steakholders.

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Robert SutzRobert Sutz Efficient and Targeted Project Execution (Part 1)

10/06/2008 by Robert Sutz

In order to meet time and budget requirements in complex projects and to accomplish projects successfully, clear leadership is required involving all project team members. At this point, software and Internet-based leadership systems are a great support.

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Marcel MorfMarcel Morf Integrating HP PPM with HP Quality Center – As Simple as It Looks?

09/30/2008 by Marcel Morf

Very often, the processes of change & transport and quality management in the IT organzation are technically not very tightly integrated. Although organizationally, they are well coordinated, with both processes being clearly defined, digitized, automated and constantly improved, I doubt if their integration is tight enough.

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