The Scoping Series, Part 2: Scoping Your Z Developments for Translation

If you know that there are texts in your SAP systems that you will need to get translated, the next step is to identify the texts you really need. This is what scoping is all about. The following is the second in a series of ...

What North Americans need to know about working in Germany

After living and working in Berlin for over five months, I can safely claim to have experienced a taste of German working culture. Sometimes the differences between Canada and Germany are unnoticeable – no business likes to ...

Efficiently Translate SAP Customizing Entries With CDTM

An international SAP rollout may require you to translate the language-dependent parts of SAP customizing entries. These texts have always posed a problem for translation because not all of them will actually need to be ...

The Scoping Series, Part 1: Scoping Your Customizing Entries for Translation

It‘s inevitable. There‘s no way around it.  You‘ve just realized that there are texts in your SAP systems that have to be translated, and they have to be translated soon. Perhaps you’re rolling out your SAP systems in ...

Can SAP Language Packs Solve All Your SAP Translation Problems?

Within a few simple steps, SAP Language Packs can translate your SAP system into as few or as many of the 40 supported languages as you need. However, did you know this doesn’t work for 100% of the texts? We’ll ...

 

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