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New SAP Book Release: Guide to SAP In-House Cash (IHC)

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191Learn more about our latest book release: Guide to SAP In-House Cash (IHC) by Mary Loughran & Lennart B. Ullmann. This book introduces business users, SAP support, and SAP consultants to the SAP In-House Cash (IHC) and In-House Bank (IHB) modules.

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A comprehensive list of questions to ask when designing a SAP EM solution

If you are contemplating implementing SAP Event Management, you will need to be prepared to answer a series of questions to be able to establish a design that caters to your needs. These list of questions should help guide your JAD whiteboard session. No substitution from standing up there and guiding the discussion with questions that need answering -> that ultimately lead to a solid, scalable and efficient solution design.

The following list of questions is a comprehensive list of what needs to be asked… Continue reading “A comprehensive list of questions to ask when designing a SAP EM solution”

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Understanding Small Parcel Carrier pricing!

For shippers of small packages, choosing the optimal box size and streamlining the packing process is becoming an increasingly important consideration when trying to drive down transportation costs!

As of 2015, both FedEx® and UPS® adjusted their pricing strategy for small package shipments by adding Dimensional Weight criteria to the existing weight calculation for all packages measuring 3 cubic feet or less. This announcement placed a significant impact on all shippers that move these types of packages. Through this White Paper, you will understand the impact and you will also learn about the steps that can be taken to help mitigate the impact for your organization.

Effective January 1st, 2015 for FedEx® and December 29th, 2014 for UPS® both carriers announced that they will apply Dimensional Weight (DIM) pricing on all ground packages. Up until then, these carriers only applied the DIM price model to ground packages with measurements greater than or equal to three cubic feet, or those that are categorized as air or express shipments. This change implied that the cost of shipping any package will be based in part on the package’s volume or in other words, the amount of space the package takes up on the truck. Continue reading “Understanding Small Parcel Carrier pricing!”