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Configuring Cash Sales within SAP ERP – Everything You Need To Know!

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SAP provides several ways of capturing an order within the system. We will discuss one of the less common, yet relevant business case called Cash Sales in this article. Here is everything you need to know about Cash Sales in SAP ERP.

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Understanding Price Scaling within SAP ERP and Magento

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SAP ERP and Magento eCommerce are two very popular applications. Price scaling within them is tricky. Read this article to know all about price scaling in SAP ERP and Magento!

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Webinar: Third-Party Application Integration with SAP

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SAP is the leading ERP solution provider in the market in terms of robustness, scalability and capabilities. It is important that the multiple applications running the business are all seamlessly connected to your SAP. To help and educate people on how to integrate third-party applications with SAP and share the best practices for the same, APPSeCONNECT recently organized a webinar. Here is the Webinar Recap for you!

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Configure Multi-Vendor Quotas in SAP ECC Within Purchasing

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In general, a particular material can be procured from different vendors (dealers) if a single source of supply doesn’t meet the company requirements. So, the total requirement can be divided among multiple vendors i.e. quota is assigned to each source of supply. This is called a Quota arrangement. Check out our blog to know more about multi-vendor Quotas in SAP ECC while setting up purchasing!

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Understanding Unit of Measures within SAP ERP and Magento

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Within SAP ECC, a product can have multiple units of measures. Magento by default has only a single unit of measure. While integrating SAP ECC with an ecommerce application, it is crucial that the correct unit of measures reflect on the web for the customers to choose and order the same. Let’s check out Units of measures within SAP & Magento!

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All About Purchase Requisition in SAP ECC

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In order to run an organization effectively, the most important step is to determine what kind of materials and services are required by a company and the proper source (vendor) of supply which fulfills our requirements. Once the list of requirements is made, then there needs to be an approval from the higher authority (purchasing department) of an organization in order to procure the list of materials. To get an approval a request document called Purchase Requisition which contains information such as materials, services, delivery date and quantity needs to be prepared. Here is everything you need to know!

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Webinar: Best Practices While Integrating SAP with Salesforce

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As we all know, SAP and Salesforce are two best-in-class software solutions which complement each other. While the former is a complex & robust application for enterprise resource planning, later is a flexible CRM application which aims at making the job of customer-facing representatives, easier. Check out this Webinar on Best Practices for Integrating SAP and Salesforce!

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Steps to Create Inquiry and Quotation in SAP – The Ultimate Guide

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Before a product is sold to the customer, there are some sales activities that are performed during the selling process. These Pre-sales activities are classified into Inquiry and Quotation. Here are the steps to create Inquiry and Quotation in SAP ERP easily!

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How to Create Custom Delivery Block in SAP?

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Sometimes, a company wants to restrict the order due to some reasons like credit limit exceeded for a customer, insufficient stock etc. and wants to stop further delivery processing for a sales order. This can be achieved by using a Delivery block in SAP. Delivery block when applied, blocks the sales order for delivery i.e., delivery cannot be created until the delivery block is removed by the authorized person. Here are the steps to create a custom delivery block in SAP!

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