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Go Beyond What You Think You’re Capable Of Starting out as a new consultant, especially if you’re a fresh graduate, can feel intimidating. The title of ‘consultant’ suggests subject matter expertise, which new hires typically lack. Being unable to answer client questions when you’re
Tricks to developing, surviving, and conquering Well, it sure isn’t SQL… Anyone that has worked in the integration space is probably familiar with SQL Developer, Oracle, MySQL, and for the SAP Purists, ABAP forms and the functionality and limitations of those systems for manipulating
Staying Organized Has Never Looked So Good We’ve all been there. There’s a huge presentation of an excel workbook that needs to get done, and we want it to look professional and eye-catching without being cluttered. So how do we do this, without spending
It seems that in this “everybody deserves a trophy” culture, almost everyone is their own special little snowflake. I know that’s a gag-inducing phrase but, unfortunately, there’s a bit of truth to it. As you walk down the street, sit on the train or
With the latest release of SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP) 2002 due to be released to customers soon, it’s time once again for a quarterly peek behind the curtain of IBP. I’ve decided to highlight some innovations and enhancements of the newest version that
Some might label an ‘accurate forecast’ as an oxymoron. Regardless of the validity of the joke, demand planning revolves around a company’s ability to (as accurately as possible) predict demand and then plan around it. Thankfully, demand is not entirely random. While there is
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