The author of »Introducing Extended Warehouse Management with SAP S/4HANA«

Mrinal K. Roy

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Mrinal K. Roy is an SAP supply chain solution architect with more than 17 years of experience in SAP. He has successfully led the design, development, and implementation of several full lifecycle projects in SAP ERP, SAP APO, SAP EWM, SAP TM, and SAP S/4HANA in various countries. He is certified in SAP EWM, SAP TM, and six modules of SAP ERP.

Presently, he works for IBM as a subject matter expert and for the global center of competency for SAP S/4HANA logistics projects across the globe, with a special focus on advanced ATP, SAP EWM and SAP TM. He is an avid blogger on the SAP Community Network on SAP S/4HANA topics.

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  • Cover of Introducing Advanced ATP in SAP S/4HANA
    Introducing Advanced ATP in SAP S/4HANA

    Mrinal K. Roy

    96 pages

    What is the best way to meet demand for your product? In this E-Bite, you’ll examine the SAP S/4HANA features and SAP Fiori apps for advanced available to promise (AATP)! First, walk through the product availability check and see how More about the book

    $24.99

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    • Learn what SAP S/4HANA offers for advanced available to promise (AATP)
    • Explore PAC, PAL, and BOP functionality
    • See what’s ahead for AATP and preview your migration
  • Cover of Introducing Advanced ATP (aATP) in SAP S/4HANA
    Introducing Advanced ATP (aATP) in SAP S/4HANA

    Mrinal K. Roy

    115 pages

    When it comes to order fulfillment, your organization faces unique challenges. In this E-Bite, see how advanced available to promise (aATP) in SAP S/4HANA solves them! Discover key functionality for product allocation and backorder processing, and learn how you can More about the book

    approx. $24.99

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    Available on 06/19/2019

    E-Bite
    • Discover advanced available-to-promise in SAP S/4HANA
    • Explore key processes, from product availability checks to backorder processing
    • See what’s ahead for aATP and preview your migration