It’s only been two weeks since the release of the Enterprise Information Management (EIM) with SAP Book (May 2012), and it’s already jumped to  #2 on the best selling list at SAPPRESS.

So why are we seeing a stampede for a literal book ?  It’s no secret that “data” has long been organizations most dirty little secret. The low talk and rumblings around how to govern, manage, secure, retain, etc., data have been water cooler conversation as well as board room discussion for decades now. But now, there is a new resource, the EIM with SAP book, aiming to help those information champions turn data into a valuable asset for their company – and the word has gotten out.

What ‘s in the Book?
If you want to know everything about SAP’s EIM strategy and solutions, look no further. This book explains the changing face of EIM at SAP – what the different products are, how they work together, and how to get started using them. This SAP PRESS book, written by industry experts and customers, tackles the following topics:

  • Learn how you can manage customer, vendor, and material data
  • Understand how SAP HANA fits into the big picture of EIM
  • Explore SAP’s different EIM products, assess which options are right for you, and learn the basics of working with them
  • Highlights include managing master data, master data governance, data migration, information steward, data services, OpenText, lifecycle management, SAP HANA, big data, information governance, and real-life use cases.


Get Your Copy Now (before they all sell out!)
Go to and enter coupon code AP9EMN for a 20% discount. Or if you’re joining us at the 2012 SAPPHIRENOW/ASUG conference in Orlando, May 14-16, you can purchase your copy at the SAP PRESS booth at the event.

Please also join us at the EIM Book Signing Event on Tuesday, May 15 at 5:00pm at the Utopia booth #3114.   Mingle with the authors.  Get your personal copy signed by experts in the field.  Talk to customers who have great experiences to share.  Hang out with cool people!

All proceeds of the book go to Doctors Without Borders! Tweet your questions (#EIMBook), and share your EIM experiences with other customers. Please join the conversation!