Implementing Baan IV from QUE


A Brief transcript/description of the book…

Que’s Implementing BAAN IV is an all-inclusive resource and the only handbook companies need to assess their need for BAAN IV technology and its implementation. It covers everything BAAN administrators, consultants, and corporations moving to a BAAN environment need to know including the system architecture, modules, and business strategies that must be considered prior to implementation.This book will enable system administrators and IT professionals to balance business decisions and implementation strategies to increase efficiency and profitability across their company. Understand how to assess business needs in relation to the BAAN IV solution and identify which modules are right for your company. Once those modules are identified, this reference provides all the training, customization, and migration information needed to achieve a successful and rapid implementation. Implement a successful BAAN IV system with Implementing BAAN IV from Que!

This book can be procured online from Amazon. Visit the following link.

http://www.amazon.com/Implementing-Baan-IV-Yves-Perreault/dp/0789711141/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1307545015&sr=8-1//thegifleapro-20

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5 Comments

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  3. I’ve worked on multiple Baan implementations around Europe and in the late 90’s had a copy of this book. I’m not sure who wrote the review above but it is impossible to distil an ERP package as complex as Baan IV into a few hundred wide spaced pages. It’s ok for a high level view but can’t and doesn;t give any detail. The items table consists of 147 fields. he item code is 16 characters. If you import data into tiitm001 (the items table) you also need to create a container table record (tiitm004) if item code, space, itemcode.
    Baan IV’s manufacturing tables were far better than SAP but due to the well publicised politics/sales/accounting practices involved through the late 90’s, early 00’s the reputation has been struggling.
    The only way to be able to understand how to implement the whole package is to get your hands dirty on a full scale test system and play around. The details in this book don;t do it. Compare the size of this with the multiple thousands of pages within the Baan IV manuals (if you can find a copy)!

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