Four Stages of Integrated Document Delivery from SAP

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Today’s fiscal awareness is putting pressure on companies to cut costs to maximize profitability by shortening order-to-cash cycles, while increasing business process efficiency. One area commonly overlooked is the manual delivery (via e-mail or fax) of created documents. Find out about common document delivery challenges in the SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) system—and solutions you can use to solve them.

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Birst and SAP HANA Cloud Platform

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