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About the author:
Kevin Wilson is the CEO of ERPGenie LLC a consulting company focused entirely on SAP's solutions to Supply Chain visibility and traceability.
Kevin started his SAP career in 1996 as a techno-functional consultant focusing on integration to SAP (Workflow, EDI, ALE and ABAP). He has utilized these skill sets to help many companies automate their end-to-end business processes and, since 2006, has enabled the visibility of process status and exception management to the end users through SAP Event Management.
He is very actively involved in the SAP Event Management community as the Influence Council representative, working with fellow users and SAP to help better the product. Kevin speaks regularly at user group meetings and conferences and has spoken in Massachusetts, Georgia, Florida, Philadelphia, Illinois, Nevada and Nice, France. He regularly gives webinars and training sessions to users on all topics in his area of expertise including SAP Event Management, SAP Workflow, EDI, ABAP, XI BPM and ALE.
Kevin runs several SAP related on-line communities including ERPGenie.COM, EDIGenie.COM and 2 SAP Event Management Forums.holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science (with distinction) and Mathematics and a diploma in Project Management (Cum Laude).
SAP Event Management
Still SAP's best-kept secret...
Mr. Kevin Wilson
Mr. Martin Rowan
Mr. Kinjal Rathod, Mr. Renier Walters, Mrs. Elizabeth Vail
Mrs. Lisa Roberts
SAP EM is SAP's standard solution for monitoring business process status and providing proactive exception management. Five years after the first edition, we now unveil far more details than before.
In particular, we now include new chapters covering SAP Transportation Management and SAP Global Trade Services and their use of SAP EM and Operational Management.
In addition, we also cover the new SAP EM releases all the way up to Release 9.2, which is in ramp up at the time of publication. We discuss SAP EM with HANA and even bring Fiori in to the discussion. Many tips, tricks and sample code are found throughout the book. We have also greatly spruced up the additional information chapter, which is now a "must have" for any SAP EM consultant or developer to use as a reference guide. The complete IMG, together with verified transactions, are listed in this chapter. If you want to see how to call the SAP EM web service using an ABAP proxy, then check out the section under "development stuff."
- Publication Date:
- 1539792269 / 9781539792260
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 7.5" x 9.25"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Computers / Enterprise Applications / General