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what is the differance betn CUSTOMIZING & SETTINGS

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hi folks ,

is thr any differance betn CUSTOMIZING & SETTINGS ?

and is thr any full form of SPRO ?

regards

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SPRO----


SAP PROJECT REFERENCE OBJECT

CUSTOMIZING -- MEANS WE HAVE TO DO THE SETTING AS OUR CLIENT REQUEST

WE CAN DO THE ADDITION OR ELEMINATION OF THE FIELDS OR RECORDS AS WE REUIRED

SETTING -


MEANS THE SAP PROVIDED DEFAULT SETTING FOR THE PROJECTS

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Dear Ajay,

SPRO - SAP Project Reference Object. It is also called as IMG (Implementation Guide).

The difference between cutomizing and configuration is:

- CONFIGURATION: we will configure the system to meet the needs of your business by using the existing data.

- CUSTOMIZING: we will customise or adapt the system to your business requirements, which is the process of mapping SAP to your business process.

Configuration vs. Customization

When considering enterprise software of any type, it is important to understand the difference between configuration and customization.The crux of the difference is complexity. Configuration uses the inherent flexibility of the enterprise software to add fields, change field names,modify drop-down lists, or add buttons. Configurations are made using powerful built-in tool sets. Customization involves code changes to create functionality that is not available through configuration. Customization can be costly and can complicate future upgrades to the software because the code changes may not easily migrate to the new version.Wherever possible, governments should avoid customization by using configuration to meet their goals.Governments also should understand their vendor's particular terminology with regard to this issue since words like "modifications" or "extensions" often mean different things to different vendors.

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Naveen.