Category Archives for "SAP ECC"

How to Set up Rebate Agreement in SAP

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When you negotiate your trade terms with customers, you can rather agree upon performance-based incentives instead of discounts upfront. In order to measure the performance of the customer within the prescribed validity dates, SAP has introduced SAP Rebate Processing functionality which is explained in this article. This can save channel conflicts and also lighten up the load on commercial team.

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Integrate Magento Ecommerce with Rich Product Information from SAP

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Usually, retail buyers don’t have the patience to read through the entire product description article. To enable Sales for your Magento Store, it’s not enough to put only a description and an image describing the product. It is necessary to highlight certain words or maybe add a YouTube video link. APPSeCONNECT now allows the sync of this information from SAP into Magento, which adds to the user experience in a tremendous manner.

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on SAP SD Database Architecture

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Often, you would need to understand the technical aspect of how things are structured to really appreciate an application. SAP is no different. However, there are many functional areas and understanding the entire database structure for massive software like ECC in a single go is an uphill task.  Hence, it is better to go via each functional area. In this article, we attempt to cover the important database tables for SAP Sales and Distribution.

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How to Synchronize Increment Quantity between SAP ECC and Magento 2

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In our earlier article, we saw how minimum order quantity can be synced from SAP to Magento. An advanced business case is that certain products can only be sold in certain increment quantities. For example, eggs can be sold in dozens (hence multiples of 12). There could also be other products which make sense to sell in certain multiples. Having an integrated order entry business rule saves time and effort and streamlines the order processing.

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How to configure buy one get one free in SAP ECC

Buy one get one free is a typical scenario in retail industry. This article describes how this can be configured in SAP so that if the customer places an order which meet the criteria, the rules get applied. By setting up the free goods in SAP, you can determine the criteria based on which the free goods will be given to the customer and in what ratio.

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