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Why is iPaaS crucial for SAP ECC Implementation

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While SAP ECC remains one of the most popular ERP products available today, its implementation is not a cake walk, and there have been many instances of failures. This is mostly because companies have their own methods of conducting business operations and to move suddenly to the SAP ECC solution means all the data and operations need to be holistically moved as well. The solution to these problems is to adopt an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). This cloud-enabled service helps companies to manage, execute and maintain the flow of data and operations between disparate software applications, over the cloud so that no data is hampered or lost.

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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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ECC Forum

With the increase in digitalization it is becoming more of a challenge for the companies to keep a healthy relationship with their customers. Customers being in the driver seat of the ecommerce market the need for speed, transparency and flexibility on all channels has increased. ECC forum will be providing a complete overview on customer […]

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