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Hi all,

Iam basically a BW consultant and i would like to learn the APO Demand Planning.Could you suggest me the documents relating to the basics in a step by step manner.And could you suggest me the scenarios related documents also to create easily in Demand Planning.

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2007 at 10:51 AM

    You should search in this forum for similar request.

    Please go through this book by Jörg Dickersbach - "Supply chain management with APO" form Springer publications.

    For a BW consultant to move into APO - Demand Planning the starting point will be Data Mart. The entire BW component is available in APO and infoproviders are used to store sales history data as well as to backup data form liveCache.

    Also take a look at the following forum threads

    Somnath

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2007 at 04:03 PM

    Hai Phani,

    being a BW guy, you have the kind of tendency to look from BW side. Let me tell you first that APO is more conceptual and you need to understand it and be able to imagine stuff.

    Here is the best practicesPharma" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/bp_pharmav1470/Pharma_DE/Pharma_DE/HTML/SCM_EN_DE.htm">Pharma Scenario document that can answer all your questions. I did answer my questions. I was also in BW before.

    You first better look at Demand Planning (DP) and then SNP.

    ALl the best.

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      Hi Venkat,

      Thank you for your suggestion.Mean while iam requesting yu if you have any documents,sceen shots relating to Demand Planning or Demand Planning-BW related,please send them to my personal mail id ... phanigudipati2005@yahoo.com.The given scenario by you is very much useful to me.Thanks.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 06:44 AM

    Thanks Somanath and all who helped me.

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