Control the Request for Change Status Changes Based on the Related Change Documents Status
11/03/2012

SAPexperts posted a new article, “Control the Request for Change Status Changes Based on the Related Change Documents Status,” to its Solution Manager hub of SAPexperts.com.

Online PR News – 03-November-2012 – Dedham, Massachusetts – November 1, 2012 – This article focuses on teaching users how to control the status change of a request for change based on the status of the lower-level documents — the related change documents included in the request for change scope. The goal of Change Request Management (ChaRM) in Solution Manager is to efficiently implement changes to SAP applications with minimal risks using standardized methods and procedures.

Some companies can use the standard ChaRM processes without the need to develop or configure anything out of the box, but other companies may need to create their own procedures and methods, implementing new fields, status, and actions. This article helps with that process.

Antoine Cadot-Wood, editor at SAPexperts comments, “Every company has different software implementation needs and sometimes an out of the box solution won’t cut it. Additional instruction can help a company develop the implementation that is just right for them.”

The article is located at: http://bit.ly/Rurisr

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