The authors of »Configuring Sales and Distribution in SAP ERP«

Ricardo Lopez

20-year SAP veteran Ricardo Lopez is a PMP project manager with an SD certification from SAP America. As a senior manager with a solid background coordinating and managing major OTC projects and devising plans and schedules, Ricardo has two decades of consulting experience directing implementations of SAP applications such as Sales and Distribution, SAP FSCM/Biller Direct, Credit and Dispute Management, and SAP Fiori. He has participated in more than 20 full go-live cycles, and 20 template roll-outs around the globe.

Ricardo currently lives in the New York City area, where he is the IT director at Wiley & Son.

Ashish Mohapatra

Ashish Mohapatra has worked with SAP software for 15 years. As team leader and assistant project manage rfor implementation projects, he has developed a thorough understanding of the Sales and Distribution functionality in SAP ERP and implementation and configuration pain points.As head of the business process department, Ashish expanded his knowledge of other SAP software, including Materials Management, Financials and Accounting, Production Planning, and Quality Management. Ashish is an SAP SD Certified Consultant and a management graduate from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

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    Sales and Distribution in SAP ERP—Practical Guide

    Matt Chudy, Luis Castedo, Ricardo Lopez

    520 pages, hardcover

    In this book for Sales and Distribution business users, you'll get simple explanations to the most common SD tasks, with helpful screenshots and lists of transaction codes you'll use. Start the journey with master data setup, and then move on More about the book

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    • Explores the key sales and distribution functions and tasks
    • Learn how to use SAP ERP SD in daily processes, including sales, pricing, delivery, transportation, and billing
    • Troubleshoot common problems and pitfalls