Modules Definitions

  • S

    SAP S/4HANA HCM

    SAP S/4HANA HCM is the unofficial name of a product SAP will release in 2023 as a bridge to give SAP ERP HCM users more time to migrate to SAP's cloud HCM platform, SuccessFactors.

  • SAP Sales and Distribution (SAP SD)

    SAP Sales and Distribution (SAP SD) is a core functional module in SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) that allows organizations to store and manage customer- and product-related data.

  • SAP Solution Manager

    SAP Solution Manager is an end-to-end Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) platform used to support and manage SAP and non-SAP applications in an SAP ERP environment, including such tasks as managing custom code and overall system performance.

  • SAP TwoGo

    SAP TwoGo is a cloud-based carpooling application.

  • shelfware

    Shelfware is IT slang for software that a company buys because of a perceived need or demand but never uses; hence, it sits on the shelf.

  • SuccessFactors Employee Central

    SuccessFactors Employee Central is SuccessFactors' integrated suite of human capital management (HCM) cloud applications.

  • SuccessFactors MetaData Framework

    The SuccessFactors Metadata Framework is Web-based software that gives SuccessFactors users the ability to create and maintain custom objects, screens and business rules to extend the platform’s functionality.

  • SuccessFactors Presentations

    SuccessFactors Presentations is a feature within SuccessFactors software that HR managers can use to create more dynamic talent review presentations.

  • suite

    In computers, a suite is a set of usually related programs sold together in a single package.

  • supplier relationship management (SRM)

    Supplier relationship management (SRM) is the systematic approach of assessing suppliers' contributions and influence on success, determining tactics to maximize suppliers' performance and developing the strategic approach for executing on these determinations.

  • T

    technical debt

    In software development, technical debt is a metaphor equating Extreme Programming’s incremental, get-something-started approach with the easy acquisition of money through fast loans. Like monetary debt, technical debt must be repaid.

  • U

    user exit

    In computer software, a user exit is a place in a software program where a customer can arrange for their own tailor-made program to be called.

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