I am a Production Manager in the printing industry, I am also a MCP and MCSA. I'm in the process of interviewing with a company that runs SAP. Can you recommend a resource that gives me a general overview of SAP so I can be somewhat knowledgeable of SAP structure, abilities, and resources?
I am a big fan of Michael Doane's SAP Blue Book, and no, I do not receive commissions on any sales from this book. :) I recently shared this book with a sales and marketing executive with a reluctant interest in SAP, and he found it extremely entertaining reading. I think he might have even learned something about SAP in the process. :) This book is the most concise, business-oriented overview of SAP I have read, and I recommend it highly.
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