Today QuantityWare has published the Release Notes for the next BCS 3.0 CSP, which will be shipped in Q3 2021. The Release Notes document can be found here (Link) in our knowledge base.
ASTM D4311 does not support temperature corrections for emulsified asphalt. Thus, QuantityWare has reviewed the MS-19 Basic Asphalt Emulsion Manual, which provides a temperature-volume correction table B.1 for emulsified asphalt. This manual is classified as a regional/product specific standard. With note 000096, an advanced development is now delivered to all QuantityWare BCS customers, to support emulsified asphalt quantity conversions based on the MS-19 volume correction factor table.
The QuantityWare Bulk Calculations Solution 3.0B has successfully completed its certification as the only “SAP® Certified – Integration with SAP® S/4HANA Cloud” quantity conversion and governance solution available for the SAP Oil & Gas solution; thus BCS 3.0B has now been released by QuantityWare for productive usage on SAP Oil & Gas on S/4HANA 2020 (S/4HC 2020_EX).
The start date for the first BCP training in 2021 has been set to October 4th. All important details – with special emphasis on the current COVID-19 Pandemic – can be found in our training section.
The QuantityWare Bulk Calculations Solution 3.0B has successfully completed its certification as the only “SAP® Certified – Integration with SAP® S/4HANA” quantity conversion and governance solution available for the SAP Oil & Gas solution; thus BCS 3.0B has now been released by QuantityWare for productive usage on SAP Oil & Gas on S/4HANA 2020.
In a recent SAP community blog entry, Girish Nair provides an excellent and detailed summary on the Quantity Conversion challenges in the oil & gas industries.
The certification process for QuantityWare BCS 30B on SAP S/4HANA 2020 has been started. We expect it to be concluded by the end of 2020.
Certification will be posted in a news item when achieved.
Development for the next QuantityWare BCS 3.0 CSP (CSP02 on ECC 600, CSP01 on S4/HANA) has started as planned on Juli 1st. The contents of this major enhancement have been published in our earlier news item. Development close has been set to March 31st , 2021. Certified BCS consultants will be invited to participate in the planned test phase in July and August 2021 – after technical consolidation and successful unit test completion.
To accurately reflect the nature of the agreements between QuantityWare and our customers, Licenses are now named “Usage Keys” throughout our web presences and documents. Some web or portal screens have been renamed as a result, including the Usage Questionnaire – UQ (formerly License Questionnaire – LQ) and Test Usage Key Request – TUKR (formerly Test License Request Form – TLRF).
To further transparency and understanding of our service offerings to customers, we have created a single document which defines our support:
• availability times
• response times
• ticket priority re-organisation
• necessary pre-requisites per ticket priority
See our Support Service Priority Definition document for further details.