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Four Stages of Integrated Document Delivery from SAP
Today’s fiscal awareness is putting pressure on companies to cut costs to maximize profitability by shortening order-to-cash cycles, while increasing business

stages of  Stages of Integrated Document Delivery from SAP 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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