Support Package SP06 released for EM 9.0

SAP Released SP06 on May 2nd 2014 for SAP EM 9.0.

Highlights include correcting issues and improving performance for OER related functionality. See below for the list of OSS notes included in the support pack. Continue reading


Data Migration with Governance using SAP Data Services Rapid deployment solutions

Data Migration with Governance using SAP Data Services Rapid deployment solutions

Register for this free webinar session covering Data Migration. The webinar will be held live on Thusday, May 8, 2014 at 11:00 AM CST. Questions regarding the subject and presentation itself, will be accepted and answered in this live presentation. To learn more about this webinar and others, visit the Q Data USA Resource Page. Continue reading

The Tech Job Growth Continues – What does that mean for your organization?

Today’s tech labor market is in a period of growth and this trend is not necessarily a matter of companies growing and needing to hire additional resources. In many of the States that are featured in this article, many CIO’s are reporting that they have IT jobs that are already open and that are difficult to fill. In this article from, Top 10 States for Tech Jobs Growth, the States who are experiencing this IT job growth happen to be home to organizations who are major manufacturers with complex Supply Chains. Continue reading

Enhancing your SAP Team’s Performance

Q Data USA will present a two part webinar series that covers topics for supporting SAP and the team members who support it.

The series will begin on July 18th at 11AM CST with the webinar, Proactive vs. Reactive: Enhancing your SAP team’s performance. The context behind this webinar is that within organizations who use SAP, complex initiatives require strong SAP resources. Continue reading

What mechanisms are available to you in order to create a Business Object event?

There are quite a few reasons to create a business object event but the most commonly used reason is to trigger a subsequent process to be  executed following the closure of the LUW (Logical Unit of Work) for the application change. The subsequent process could be a workflow, a function module call or an email notification but whatever it is it would be executed in its own separate LUW that would not affect the timing of the original application save. Just to be clear the business object event that we are talking about here are the ones seen in transaction SWO1.

Below is a list of standard SAP ways to generate these business object events. Continue reading