Wednesday 10th October 2007 at 10:00am - 10:00am


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This meeting is being sponsored by IHS.

Mark Penderyof SAP,will deliver a presentation on "Asset Portal", which will include a breif look at the SAP portal content for the maintenance techician role to show how the portal can be used to progress work and display asset details.Secondly Markwill demonstrate the "SAP Multi ResourceScheduling Tool", with regards to work orders etc.Finallyin his section on "SAP Duet", Mark will present and demonstrate the joint development between Microsoft and SAP for time entry and approval.

Tim Moxey of IHS will deliver a presentation titled "A Clean Structure Item Master Enables ROI within SAP MM & MDM" which will focus on the cleansing of maintenance repair operations item master data, the indirect engineering spare parts. Cover problems associated with unstructured MRO parts date, what is required to obtail clean and useful data and keep it clean. Also cover what SAP MM & MDM users specifically should look out for in a solution and the options available.

Craig Daleof the SAP UK & Ireland User Group will present an update on the latest programme information for theUser Group Conference in November.

The afternoon session will be an "Interactive Open Session" where you are invited to bring your thoughts and questions for discussion with the group, no matter how big or small.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.

Event Resources

Tim Moxley Presentation (7.99 MB)
Andrew Inkersole (482.76 KB)
Mark Pendery Presentaion (1.48 MB)
Multi Resource Scheduling (1.06 MB)
SAP x MAM Functional Overview (2.45 MB)
SAP x MAM Solution Brief (78.15 KB)

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