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Reg. Relationship Steps.

Fast Entry With/Without Correction (EL22/EL20 )


You can use this function to enter a large number of meter reading results manually. Fast entry is
normally used for periodic meter readings.


Before you can use this function you must create a meter reading order. Once the meter reading
order has been created, meter reading documents are printed and distributed to meter readers.
The data to be entered, such as meter readings, notes, or the meter reading date, is usually copied
from the meter reading documents.


There are two types of fast entry:

 Fast entry without correction

When meter reading results are entered, the meter reading is validated (if there is zero
consumption, for example). If the meter reading result fails the validation, it is reset and must be
processed in a further step (by the agent, for example). It is not possible to release the meter
reading during fast entry without correction.

 Fast entry with correction

If the meter reading fails the validation, it can be released during fast entry with correction.


Initial Screen

All meter readings that are allocated to a single meter reading unit and that have the same target
meter reading date can be entered together. Data to be entered, such as the meter reading unit,
target meter reading date, and meter reading reason can be copied from the meter reading
documents. If no target meter reading date is entered, a list appears containing target meter
reading dates for which meter reading orders exist.
Entry Screen

An empty table appears on the entry screen. There is a unique entry number for each meter
reading. This number is used to identify and display the corresponding meter reading order for
the readings.

You can specify the following meter reading data for fast entry:

 Entry number (only for fast entry)

 Meter reading
 Meter reading date
 Note from meter reader
 Actual meter reading type
 Meter reader
 Time of day of meter reading
 Actual meter reading date
 Actual time of day of meter reading
 Date of maximum meter reading
 Time of day of maximum meter reading
 Relevance to billing/extrapolation

If the meter reading fails the validation, you can choose from the following during fast entry with

 Correct errors

You branch to the correction screen. The correction screen contains detailed information such as
the expected reading, actual consumption, and expected consumption. If the meter reading is
released, the remaining validations are carried out.

 Release without correction

The meter reading becomes plausible. No further validations are carried out.
Job Description:

A. High Level Activities :

• Understanding and documenting Business Requirements

• Functional design, build, test and integration with all related SAP ISU modules.

• Service Support to business – UAT, Training

• Support deployment & hypercare activities

• AMS support for SAP ISU Billing and other ISU modules

B. SAP ISU Billing Consultant will be responsible for the delivery of SAP ISU related functional
activities required for SAP ISU Billing module (for both SAP AMS and Projects) in the below
areas (however not limited to) :

• RTP billing configuration knowledge is preferred for deregulated markets

• Conducts user requirements gathering, blueprinting and documentation designs. Follow best
practices and SAP functionality in system.

C. For delivering the above functional areas, the consultant will need to

• Work with business to get the requirements and plot the traceability matrix

• Providing robust solution to ensure business solution meet long term business objectives

• Work with programme stakeholders and partners to manage and resolve cross programme
solution issues.

• Prepare and present recommended design to Solution Design Authority

• Prepare solution design changes and assess their impact on the programme.

• Prepare GAP list for development work and ensure adequate justification is given for
development over standard SAP functionality
• Guide the process team for the analysis and decomposition of current business processes,
perform the scripting exercises, and design and configure the PS system to support the
organization’s "To-Be" process vision.

• Conduct workshops and presentations to validate business design with the end user community.

• Working with Team members / Project Manager in the analysis and decomposition of current
deliverables, business processes, perform the scripting exercises, and design and configure the
SAP ISU systems to support the organization's "To-Be" process vision. This implies providing
design for integration with all upstream and downstream processes.

• Plan and deliver the execution of the system unit, integration and performance testing.

• Support cutover activities, deployments and all aspects of UAT

• Support end user training sessions

• Assist with the handover to Production and knowledge transfer to customer and internal
Support teams

• Work on site at customer locations in accordance with their policies and requirements

• Work with programme partners and IT