- Area: SAP SD Books
- Paperback: 188 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (India) (June 11, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0070152802
- ISBN-13: 978-0070152809
- Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches
A Must-Read for SAP Sales and Distribution Certification Exam SAP® Sales and Distribution Certification Guide is a must-read for SAP aspirants. Written by experienced SAP certified professionals, this book is organized around the ‘real-test’ and helps you prepare for it. It has over 350 practice questions to help you grasp the essentials. Highlights: • Extensive coverage of all the topics pertaining to SAP sales and distribution certification exam • Points-to-remember and tips • Certification-type practice questions • Explanatory answers to the practice questions • Two mock tests with annotated answers.
About the Authors
Ashok Faujdar is a SAP certified sales and distribution consultant and is currently SAP practice head at Neumeric Technologies Corp, USA. He has worked as a senior consultant on SAP implementation assignments with companies like IBM US, PWC India and IBM India. A compute engineer and MBA from IIT Kharagpur, he has worked in North America, Europe and India across various industry domains.
Binny Kumari Choudhary is a SAP certified sales and distribution consultant and is currently a senior consultant at IBM, India. She has been a part of implementations with varied industry domains in India and across the globe. She has a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Delhi University and MBA from IIT Bombay.
This is a good book overall and covers the major topics in the exam well. However be careful newbies to SD. I have found a couple of errors in the quiz sections where the answer key is not correct. For example, question 14 in the Enterprise Structure chapter’s practice quiz asks: More than one material can be assigned to a Division (True/False). The answer key says: False. A material is uniquely assigned to a Division. While the explanation is true, the question does not ask if a material can be assigned to more than one division. It asks if more than one material can be assigned to ONE division. The correct answer is TRUE. In the Key Points To Remember section of this chapter it specifically states: Division is the organizational unit that can be used to represent multiple product lines and group materials. There are a couple of other places where the answer key is wrong in other chapters. While the book is still very useful, please make sure you read closely.
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