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Basic SAP Division
Technical ABAP BASIS Functional SD HRM FICO PP, MM SCM SD with CIN Techno functional ABAP +HR ABAP +SD BIW Dual Module SD+CRM PP+SD FICO+SD HR+SD HR+CRM
SAP Modules SD Sales and Distribution MM Materials Management PP Production Planning FI Financial Accounting SD MM FI CO AM CO Controlling AM Asset Management PP SAP R/3 QM Quality Management QM PM WM PS WF HR HR Human Resources PM Plant Maintenance WF Workflow WM Warehouse Management PS Project System .
SAP are moving away from describing their system as a set of SAP Modules. now are using the term solutions y Financials y Human Resources y Customer Relationship Management y Supplier Relationship Management y Product Lifecycle Management y Supply Chain Management y Business Intelligence 5 .
it includes. y FI means Financial accounting.SAP FI.. y General ledger y Book close y Tax y Accounts receivable y Accounts payable y Asset Management (SAP AM) y Consolidation y Special ledgers 6 .
FI contd.is the SAP Module where regulatory or statutory data is tracked and managed. It is within this SAP FI Module that Financial Managers as well as other Managers within your business can review the financial position of the company in real time as compared to legacy systems which often times require overnight updates before financial statements can be generated and run for management review. The SAP FI Module has the capability of meeting all the accounting and financial needs of an organization. y SAP FI ..which stands for Financial Accounting . 7 .
it includes. y Cost elements y Cost centers y Profit centers y Internal orders y Activity based costing y Product costing 8 .SAP CO. y CO stands for controlling.
reporting. 9 .. as well as monitoring the operations of their business.SAP CO CONTD. y The SAP CO (Controlling) Module provides supporting information to Management for the purpose of planning. Management decision-making can be achieved with the level of information provided by this module.
including y Make to order y Plant shut downs (as a project) y Third party billing (on the back of a project) 10 . large and small.SAP PS Module y PS is Project Systems this SAP Module is where you can manage your projects.
. develop and attain the right people including 11 .SAP HR Module y HR is for Human Resources . including y Employment history y Payroll y Training y Career management y Succession planning y SAP HR stands for Human Resources and this is the module which helps you optimize your HR processes to attract.. people are the important part of this SAP module.
an aircraft etc)..g. y Plant Maintenance is the PM this SAP module is where you maintain your equipment (e. including y Labour y Material y Down time and outages 12 . an oil rig. a machine.SAP PM Module.
underpins the supply chain. finished goods etc 13 .SAP MM Module y one of the most important SAP Modules where MM is y y y y y y y Materials Management . including Requisitions Purchase orders Goods receipts Accounts payable Inventory management BOM s Master raw materials.
Create Requisition ME21N . Some of the main SAP MM transactions are: ME51N . from requisitioning to payment.Create Invoice 14 .SAP MM Contd.Create Purchase Order MIGO .Goods receipt a PO MIRO . y AP MM stands for Materials Management and this is y y y y y part of SAP Logistics which helps you manage end-toend procurement and logistics business processes.
y y y y including Planning Execution Inspections Certificates 15 .SAP QM y QM stands for Quality Management y This SAP module improve the quality of your goods.
including Capacity planning Master production scheduling Material requirements planning Shop floor 16 .SAP PP modules y one of the really big SAP modules is Production y y y y Planning manages your production process.
including RFQ Sales orders Pricing Picking (and other warehouse processes) Packing Shipping 17 .SAP SD Module y one of the large SAP modules is Sales and Distribution y y y y y y from order to delivery.
SAP BW Module y BW stands for Business (Data) Warehouse which y y y y includes the following main functions: Data extraction from source systems Some technical and functional transformation of the data Storage of the data in what are called Info providers Reporting (which uses Info providers) 18 .
y It was also intended to be used by SAP customers to enhance SAP applications customers can develop custom reports and interfaces with ABAP programming. 19 .SAP ABAP y It is not really a module. y This is the structured programming language for custom development including reports. it stands for Advanced Business application Programming. y ABAP is one of application specific fourth generation language.
y What is oops? y OOP is the common abbreviation for Object-Oriented Programming. y The advanced way of programming in ABAP is using OOPS concept. 20 . BAPI.Contd. y Key Words: y Objects'.. BADI.
y Automatic data transport using data binding Automatic input check y The concept of Web Dynpro ABAP is identical with Web Dynpro Java and offers more or less the same functions. 21 . y Web Dynpro supports a structured design process.ABAP Webdynpro Pro y This is the SAP standard UI technology for developing the web application in ABAP environment.
now typically implemented in the framework of the SAP Web Application Server. 22 . including the syntax checking. y SAP Basis can be seen as the "operating system" on which SAP applications run.SAP BASIS y The ABAP language environment. code generation and runtime system. is part of the SAP Basis component. y SAP Basis is the technological platform that supports the entire range of SAP applications.
Contd. y SAP Basis currently runs on UNIX (AIX. S/390). AS/400) and z/OS on IBM System z (formerly zSeries. Supported databases are IBM DB2. Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server 23 . Linux). Informix. Microsoft Windows. MaxDB. HP-UX. Solaris. i5/OS on IBM System i (formerly iSeries..
SAP XI is compatible with software products of other companies. 24 . y used to facilitate the exchange of information among a company's internal software and systems and those of external parties. which facilitates interaction between diverse operating systems and applications across internal and external networked computer systems. Like other NetWeaver components.SAP XI/PI y SAP exchange infrastructure is SAP s enterprise application integration software. y The central component of SAP XI is the SAP Integration Server.
Component of SAP XI y Integration building y Integration Repository y Integration directory y Integration Server y Business process engine y Integration Engine y Adapter engine. 25 .
Tasks: Monitoring Management Software logistics Troubleshooting 26 .SAP PI (process Integration) y This section provides you with information about y y y y y administration and maintenance tasks specific to the SAP Net Weaver usage type Process Integration (PI).
CRM software systems automate many customer-related business tasks. 27 . CRM is a business system that consists of enterprise goals. business strategies.SAP CRM y CRM is the acronym of Customer Relationship Management. business processes and enterprise information systems.
While CRM attempts to enhance the relationship with customers.CRM vs. its suppliers. the distributors and the partners 28 . ERP and SCM y ERP (Enterprise Relationship Management) and SCM (Supply Chain Management) are two other categories of enterprise software that are widely implemented in corporations and non-profit organizations. the manufacturers. the primary goal of ERP is to improve and streamline internal business processes. and SCM aims to facilitate the collaboration between the organization.
CRM technical/ Functional y CRM requirement will be either technical or functional. y Technical candidates will be required to worked on GUI . 29 .
or user-defined data objects in heterogeneous environments.SAP MDM y Master Data Management y is an enabling foundation for enterprise information management providing a single version of master data for supplier. 30 . product. customer. y MDM ensures cross-system data consistency through interactive distribution.
invoicing. additional batch jobs billing the customer. and printing the bill produce load on the system. To collect revenues. For the consumption process.SAP (ISU/CCS) y The Customer Care and Service (ISU/CCS) Benchmark simulates typical processes in a utilities company. 31 . The core business processes can be divided into two main processes: consumption and revenue collection. and the results have to be uploaded into the system. three batch jobs are utilized for collecting information meter-reading orders have to be created and printed.
distribution.SAP Retail overview y SAP Retail is a completely integrated retailing system. storage. SAP Retail supports both wholesale and retail scenarios. It provides all the functions necessary for modeling business processes in a retail company. 32 . y The business process area "Retailing" comprises the procurement. y It maps the complete set of business processes required for competitive assortment strategies. different retail formats. and sale of merchandise. and ECR-driven logistics and distribution.
The key retailing processes include: y Assortment Management Sales Price Calculation Promotion Management Allocation Requirements Planning and Purchasing Goods Receipt Invoice Verification and Subsequent Settlement of End-Of-Period Arrangements Warehouse Management Picking and Delivery Billing Store Supply 33 .
empowering you to adapt your supply chain processes to an ever-changing competitive environment. execution. planning. 34 .SAP SCM y SCM enables collaboration. and coordination of the entire supply network.
and Global Available-to-Promise.SAP SCM Components y SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) y SAP APO is composed of Demand Planning. Supply Network Planning. Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling. Transportation Management. Multi-level Supply and Demand Matching. 35 .
formerly SAP ICH y EM enables the coordination of planning and activities within the business and with partners by exchanging information across systems and monitoring critical situations. 36 .SCM Components Contd. y Supply Network Collaboration (SNC) .. y SAP Forecasting and Replenishment (SAP F&R) y SAP Event Management (SAP EM) y EM enables the coordination of planning and activities within the business and with partners by exchanging information across systems and monitoring critical situations.
y SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) y EWM offers flexible. The system supports scheduled and efficient processing of all logistics processes within a warehouse..Contd. 37 . automated support for processing various goods movements and for managing stocks in a warehouse complex.
SAP SRM y Supplier relationship management is a comprehensive approach to managing an enterprise's interactions with the organizations that supply the goods and services it uses. 38 .
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