American Mystery and Detective Writers, Volume 306

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George Parker Anderson
Thomson Gale, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 475 pages
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Contents

Plan of the Series xv Edward D Hoch 1930 174
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Gil Brewer 19221983
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Robert Campbell 19272000
44
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George Anderson is an SAP Technical Certified Consultant with seven years of SAP design, implementation, training, and project management experience. He has designed hundreds of mySAP system landscapes, helped to implement more than fifty of these, and has assisted in numerous pre-go-live activities like installation and tuning, stress-testing, enterprise systems management integration, and external systems integration. For two years he worked for Compaq's SAP Competency Center, which supports new and existing SAP-on-Compaq customers. George is certified in much of the SAP technology stack, from server and SAN/disk subsystem hardware (HP Professional/Compaq ASE), to deep OS (MCSE), to SQL Server (SAP), to SAP Basis (SAP TCC and HP Master ASE). He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute.

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