Reg, Template for a New Project

Hello,
Will anyone can guide me to create a Template for SD Module. If anyone can send an URL / doc, that will help me a lot.
[email protected]

Hi Rao,
The ASAP Methodology has five phases:
1. Project Preparation – project formally initiated and planning well under way.
2. Business Blueprint – project team gathers requirements and conducts conceptual design of the solution.
3. Realization – system solution is built and integration tested, end users trained
4. Final Preparation – final check before cut over to new system solution
5. Go Live & Support – solution confirmation, on-going support in place and project closing
http://media.sdn.sap.com/html/submitted_docs/Implementation_Roadmap_XI/index.htm
https://websmp105.sap-ag.de/~form/sapnet?_SHORTKEY=01100035870000420636&_SCENARIO=01100035870000000202
http://www.misa.bc.ca/docs/pdfs%2FMISA%20NEWS/Making%20ERP%20Work%20for%20Small%20Government.pdf
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