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Difference between AS IS, TO BE & BBP

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Please let me know the difference between AS IS , TO BE & BBP (Business Blue Print). If possible explain in detail.

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"AS-IS" is a document which gives/ shows current processes @ client place. This will be given by the core team at your client place.

In "TO-BE" document you are going to show/ represent, how client processes can be run in SAP.

You "TO-BE" will become base for creating the "BBP". Most of the time, "TO-BE" will be used as "BBP".

Usually you can not map all the processes currently being used in client place in SAP. So you have to do gap study & make final BBP.

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