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SAP BusinessObjects Planning & Consolidation Annual Planning  
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Assigning Teams & Configuring Work Status with SAP BPC
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Watch this demo to learn how the Unified Model in SAP Business Planning and Consolidation (BPC) 10.1, version for SAP NetWeaver uses the new HTML5 admin layer to assign users to teams and configure work status. Tweet

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Business Planning Solution Powered by SAP HANA
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Automate and speed up your business planning and reporting cycles. See how Turkish baker UNO uses the SAP Business Planning and Consolidation application powered by SAP HANA to manage huge volumes of planning data from over 10,000 retail outlets. Tweet

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SAP Uses SAP Business Planning and Consolidation, Powered by SAP HANA
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Listen to Holger Faber of SAP Global IT explain how an implementation of SAP Business Planning and Consolidation, powered by SAP HANA has helped to provide internal teams with superior systems for planning-related projects. Tweet

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SAP BPC 10 for NetWeaver What’s New – Part 2 of 2
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SAP BPC 10 for NetWeaver What’s New – Part 2 of 2 Tweet

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Financial Information Management – Loading Data into BPC
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This document was written as we have seen many users having problems to get Financial Information Management to load data into Business Planning and Consolidation. The document uses a very simple example in order to: a) Test the connectivity between FIM...

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How To Use the BPC Mass User Management Tool
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This guide will introduce the BPC User Management Tool, and all of its associated functions. View Document Tweet

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SAP Planning & Consolidation 10.0, version for SAP NetWeaver and BW IP/ Planning Application Kit (PAK) on HANA
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How to make the best use of SAP Planning & Consolidation 10.0, version for SAP NetWeaver and BW IP/ Planning Application Kit (PAK) on HANA Tweet

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