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PPDS implemention project

Hi expert,

I am new in PPDS so kindly let me know what question I hv to ask the business for PPDS implemention project.

Please provide ur guidance

Thanks

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    Oct 26, 2012 at 11:51 AM

    Vikas,

    There is an infinite variety of questions to be asked. Once you begin asking, the followup questions will then change, depending upon the answers you received in the first series.

    The easiest way for a beginner to start is to include some of the standardized questions that SAP has already generated when you conduct your initial interviews with the client. You can see a list of these question by logging onto any SCM system and executing transaction SQADB01, or just view the contents of the table SQADB01. Some of these questions are not necessarily relevant for PP/DS, but good questions nonetheless because they COULD be applicable.

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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    Former Member
    Sep 06, 2013 at 06:46 AM

    vikas what is the time span of your implementation project in PP/DS...? i am asking this because i want to give a commitment to my client about my finishing date.i too am in PP/DS. am the only APO resource ,3 ABApers and one basis .master datas alone are intact . the requirement is to generate a MRP run in PPDS taking into account capacities/ finite capacity planning...can i say it would take 6 months for me to complete the project does it sounds logical?? even if i say 2 years they have no problems with it but still to b realistic ..what is the time length can i commit??

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    • Former Member Former Member

      RO,

      Thanks for your kind words.

      ...so DB yet another feather on your cap you have made me a permanent employee in my client place..hahahhaaa...

      My sincere wish for you is that you are still able to laugh about this matter two years from now.

      Best Regards & Good Luck,

      DB49