The ADventas Consulting Blog

a collection of our knowledge, experience and tips on SAP GTM as well as S/4HANA.
The E-3 magazine makes an opinion and says confidently about itself: "No other German-speaking special interest magazine has similarly many opinions and comments." I am pleased to announce in the issue 04/2017 of the E-3 magazine in my guest contribution how GTM can help manufacturers become traders. You can read the german version of the arti...
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The primary business process for all trading companies is organising and managing the flow of goods and services. If possible, the simultaneous handling of purchasing and selling should be carried out within a single department. Of crucial importance is a structured and clearly-laid-out organisation of purchasing and selling activities. Trading tra...
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 On 23 March 2017, the DSAG Working Group on Global Trade Management met in Kassel. On the agenda were new requirements for trading companies and new functions in S/4 HANA for transport management. At the working meeting, we discussed several ways how commercial companies can map the commissioning and monitoring of transports using GTM - with ...
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Stock shipment is becoming increasingly important for global trading houses in the 21st century. Many intenational traders maintain their own production facilities and warehouses in order to make import and export processes more flexible and faster. Goods are transported more often and more quickly between different warehouses and must be rebooked ...
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Within the last 12-month SAP has published notes, which are not just bug fixes, but contain new features of GTM. In this blog I explain, which are those features and name the SAP notes you need to implement them.  Update of Action Class to Cancel Stock Transfer Postings With SAP note 2882478 the action class CL_WB2_ACTION_GR_CANCEL has been up...
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