Practical Guide to SAP Entitlement Management with SAP S/4HANA

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Practical Guide to SAP Entitlement Management with SAP S/4HANA

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  • By
  • Santosh Kumar,
  • Kai Zhang

151 Pages, 1. Edition , ISBN: 9783960123132

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SAP Entitlement Management with SAP S/4HANA streamlines and automates entitlement management processes and operations, from initial modelling and full lifecycle management to reporting. This practical guide introduces SAP Entitlement to aspiring consultants and to users who are supporting new implementations., and covers functionality and integration points, and where this solution fits in the quote-to-cash process. Explore entitlement models and how to set up entitlement rules. Learn how to integrate entitlement management with other SAP solutions, including SAP Sales and Distribution (SD), SAP Subscription Order Management (SAP S/4SOM), and SAP Subscription Billing. Walk through business use case examples for split and merge entitlement sce- narios, as well as a bundled entitlement scenario. Be guided, step-by-step, on how to configure SAP Entitlement Management, as well as deployment options. Gain an understanding of how background jobs, business events, monitoring, and migration functionality work. Take a closer look at advanced features such as merging and splitting. Learn how to create and change entitlements, and also how to split and merge entitlements. By using practical examples, tips, and screenshots, the authors bring readers quickly up to speed on SAP Entitlement Management.

  • SAP S/4HANA Entitlement Management models and functionality
  • Configuration and deployment options
  • Creating and changing entitlements
  • Splitting and merging entitlements