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1. How does the selection of SAP modules change the overall implementation project as defined in the ASAP methodology?
2. How can the Solution Manager assist a Project Manager to increase the likely success of the ERP implantation?
3. What are your assumptions about the sizing of an ERP system in regards to the accuracy and importance of the sizing estimation methods?

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1. How does the selection of SAP modules change the overall implementation project as defined in the ASAP methodology?

ASAP or Accelerated SAP is the commonly used methodology for implementing SAP. It is a proven and reliable approach to implement SAP solutions across business domains. There are five phases of ASAP implementation, each of which has different tasks. These phases are project preparation, business blueprint, realization, final preparation, and go- live and support. This methodology is specific to modules selected by the customer. For example, if the customer wants to implement SAP CRM using ASAP, strategy would be to carry out initial planning and preparation for SAP CRM, understand how the company intends to run its business within the SAP CRM system, prototype solutions for business process requirements, finalize activities to roll out SAP CRM and finally release the software to users for live transactions. If the customer decides to implement SAP Finance along with CRM, the methodology would be the same but tasks would be different for both modules. The project of implementing ...

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