I realize that if I want to implement, let's say, a SCM implementation, that I should work with SAP and let them tell me. But our contract is very confusing and I don't trust any answers I get. For example, when we told SAP that we were going to implement APO, they first said we don't have a license for it and will have to purchase it, and then later they say maybe we do have it in our contract. Your thoughts?
Also, please consult your Basis consultant, he should have some insight into organizing that information.
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