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Setting up QA Dept. for SAP
Our company is in the midst of a long implementation from legacy systems to SAP. I would like to get any advice possible from anyone on the correct way to set up a formal QA department for testing SAP. Is it best to divide testers into groups based on the different processes in SAP or just try to learn it all and cross-functional test???? Usually how many people do you use for each process if this is the way to go? Questions such as this. We are just starting to get involved in the test case testing and working with consultants, but we want to eventually take over all the testing and would like to know the best approach to all of this. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!!! Thanks!!!!!
Re: Setting up QA Dept. for SAP
I'll defer to those who have more experience with testing SAP, but one thing I strongly recommend is that if you are using consultants to help you set up a process for testing SAP,make sure you get a commitment for knowledge transfer from them before they leave. When a company I worked for moved from a legacy system to Peoplesoft, we used PWC to help us with the change. Management neglected to make knowledge transfer as part of the deal and when they left, so did all their processes.