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From Idea to Market-ready Product in Record Time
The odds against successful product innovation are long. New products need to win over consumers and convince retailers—a challenging task for many reasons

advertising proposals examples  need changing? Would further advertising campaigns increase sales figures? Should production capacity be greater? Thanks to the integration of the mySAP ERP Financials solution and its SAP Strategic Enterprise Management application, you have the necessary overview and decision-making basis to respond quickly. You can use point-of-sale and market data to compare target and actual figures more easily and quickly than ever before. And you can analyze sales figures, costs, and categories. GOING TO MARKET

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Sales Force Automation (SFA) systems help sales and marketing teams with functions related to taking orders, generating proposals or quotes, managing territories, managing partners, and maintaining contact data. Systems often include various levels of analytic and reporting capabilities. 

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