Plant Maintenance with SAP: Business User Guide, 4th Edition 2017
- 7h 3m
- Karl Liebstückel
- Rheinwerk Publishing Inc.
Plant maintenance with SAP Enterprise Asset Management (SAP EAM) is more than just a routine checkup. Use this must-have guide to structure your functional locations, capture shift notes and shift reports, and much more. Dive into the technical underpinning of SAP PM, from material and plant maintenance assemblies to linear asset management. Discover best practices and real-world tips make to your SAP PM job easier.
- Step-by-step explanations of all critical SAP PM functions
- Get to know the structure of SAP PM and how it handles your daily business processes
- Manage routine plant operations using practical tips and tricks
- 4th edition updated and expanded
Best Practices for Your Day-to-Day Duties
Harness the power of SAP PM with real-world best practices and strategies. Discover critical SAP PM functionality like shift notes, shift reports, and preventative maintenance.
Specialized Functionality and Framework
Master SAP PM business processes, from planned repairs and refurbishment, to subcontracting, and pool asset management. Map and implement these processes to your specialized requirements with detailed guides to optimize SAP PM daily workload.
Explore technologies both old and new; see how SAP Work Manager, SAP Rounds Manager, SAP Business Client, and SAP HANA can impact your day-to-day with SAP PM.
- Organizational structures
- Business process alignment
- Shift notes and shift reports
- Linear asset management
- Controlling maintenance
- SAP Enterprise Portal
- SAP Business Client
- Preventative maintenance
- Mobile applications
- SAP HANA and SAP PM
About the Author
Dr. Karl Liebstückel is a professor of information management and business software at the Würzburg-Schweinfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He has been the chairman of the German SAP User Group (DSAG) since 2007 and leads its Plant Maintenance and Service Management work group.
In this Book
About this Book
Plant Maintenance and SAP: A Contradiction?
Structuring of Technical Systems
Integrating Applications from other Departments
Plant Maintenance Controlling
New Information Technologies in Plant Maintenance