Scotland SIG

Tuesday 27th October 2009 - 9:30am - 9:30am

Venue TBC

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This event is kindly being sponsored by Absoft and will be held in the Court Room of the Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling.

Ann Anderson and Martyn Peggie will give an Introduction to the University of Stirling.

Matthew Gordon from Absoft and David Grieve from SAC will present Best Practice in SAP Data Management. Data housekeeping: How Winshuttle software can be used to streamlineSAP data upload and extraction in multiple business areas from finance, to asset management, including examples of common data loading projects:

  • data entry
  • data maintenance
  • data integration
  • data import

SAP Master Data Management: Winshuttle software as an essential part of your toolset.
This presentation will include examples of Winshuttle software in action throughout practical examples of how Winshuttle products have helped SAP users reduce data management costs and save time.

David Grievefrom SACwill also talk about how they are using transactionSHUTTLE to upload data from SAP into a third party non-SAP system and how they will use the technology to maintain the master data between the two systems.

Craig Dale from the SAP User Group will give a 2009 Conference Update.

James Willis from SAP will deliver a presentation on New General Ledger. The New General Ledger has been available since ERP2004. There are well over 1000 customers now live with its functionality. This session will provide, Customer experiences, advice and ideas for using NGL, Information relating to the support of the ledgers available, Customers migration experiences, Enhancement pack related information, SAP support for the New GL.

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