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I am a SAP consultant currently working for Deloitte Australia. I previously worked for HP Asia Pacific.
My life with computers begun when I was 8 when my mother bought a 286 PC. I was hooked to QBASIC, Pascal, C/C++ and Java when I was young mostly for building my own games. Macro viruses caught my attention for awhile but I did make sure it did not spread outside of my desktop PC.
I started my professional IT career as a working student (2000) handling web application development for the University of the Philippines. After graduation, I joined HP and that started my career in SAP (2004). Since then, I have been involved in numerous projects for external customers that utilize SAP Netweaver BI/BW (3.5 and 7.0), Enterprise portal, SCM, ECC and ABAP. I currently have more than 4 years of experience in the SAP space and is a SAP certified Solution Consultant for BW. I specialize in BI, Enterprise portal, SCM and ABAP. It is great to work with people around the globe everyday..
Deloitte was kind enough to move me to Australia. Lately, I have been involved in a large BI implementation in a consumer goods company in Australia, a BPS implementation in a goverment department and a BI/HR system implementation in New Zealand.
I joined SDN in 2004 but only became active in 2006. Thanks to SAP community network, I was able to build a network with other SAP professionals all over the world. Feel free to contact me if you want to have a chat (my public email is posted above).
Here is a list of articles I have contributed so far (more to come... )
How to Trigger an Event Using APO Planning Book Macro - This is my first article here and because of that I decided to pick the simplest topic (just to have a feel on the process of contributing a "How To"). The article discusses how you can raise a SAP event from a planning book macro. In effect, it also tells you how to extend the capabilities of APO planning book macros by integrating them with custom built macro functions created in SE37.