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ERP Enterprise Resource Planning, is a software driven business management system, which integrates all facets of the business,

including planning, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing. ERP as a business solution aims to help the management by setting better business practices and equipping them with the right information to take timely decisions. SAP The name SAP being a German company, is an acronym for Systeme Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung. This is translated into English as: Systems Applications, and Products in Data Processing. SAP The third generation set of highly integrated software modules that perform common business functions bas3ed on multi-national leading practices. Takes care of any Enterprise however diverse it may be in operations, spread over the world geographically. FACTS ABOUT SAP Leading global provider of client/server business software solutions. Number 1 vendor of standard business application software with a world-wide market share of 33%. 2-3rd largest independent software supplier in the world. Available in 14 languages. 8 of the Top 10 US corporations use SAP. More than 8000 customers in over 90 countries have chosen SAP. ERP career exist Distinctly in two areas: Implementation and Development ERP Software Packages SAP BAAN People Soft Oracle Applications JD Edwards MMFG Pro Ramco Marshal Logistics HRMS Finance PP,PM,MM

Eight Reasons to use SAP Global Basis Faster Speed Flexibility for changes (Business & IT) Agility (quickness, alertness) Extended Supply Chain Management Reach New Opportunity Knowledge Sharing Creativity Focus SAP R/2 R/2 is SAP AG mainframe solution and was first compact software package for the whole spectrum of business applications. SAP R/2 runs on mainframes, such as IBM, Siemens, Amdahl. The current version of R/2 is 6.1. This mainframe solution is not open, althought with the help of ALE (Application link Enabled) technology, R/2 can be linked to system and share online data. SAP AG is the company name AG stands for Aktiengesellschaft, which means in English Incorporation. SAP R/3 SAP R/3 is SAPs integrated software solution for client/server and distributed open systems. SAPs R/3 is the worlds most-used standard business software for client/server computing. R/3 meets the needs of a customer from the small companies to multi-billion dollar companies. The software is highly customizable using SAPs proprietarty programming language, ABAP/4. R/2 Real Time Two Tier Architecture- In R/2 we have got two layer concept: Ist Layer IInd Layer R/3 Real Time Three Tier Architecture- In R/3 we have got three layer concept: Ist Layer IInd Layer IIIrd Layer PRESENTATION LAYER APPLICATION LAYER DATABASE LAYER PRESENTATION LAYER APPLICATION LAYER DATABASE LAYER

ECC 5.0 and ECC 6.0 ERP Central Component With New General Ledger Functionality. MM PP SD FI BASIS OPERATING SYSTEM HR -- ABAP/4

Basis is like an operating system for R/3. It sits between the ABAP/4 code and the computers operating system. SAP likes to call it middleware because it sits in the middle. Basis provides runtime environment for ABAP/4 programs. ABAP/4 programs do not access operating system functions directly. Instead, they use Basis functions to perform file I/O. SAP R/3 TECHNICAL and FUNCTIONAL TECHNICAL Programmer ABAP/4 Advanced Business Application Programming/4th Generation Language. BASIS

Administrator FUNCTIONAL Finance HR Logistics Finance

This functional area contains the necessary information on Profitability Analysis, General Ledger Accounts and Information on Reporting using he Executive Information System (EIS). Financials Application Sets FI CO FSCM - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING -MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING -FINANCIAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT



HUMAN RESOURCE HR module include support on Salary and Payroll administration as well as areas such as work schedule models. This core functional area is very country specific, due to country related taxes, employee benefits, and employment laws. HR Modules PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT PAYROLL TIME MANAGEMENT TRAVEL MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND EVENT MANAGEMENT LOGISTICS Logistics is the largest of the three functional areas. It includes, among others, the following modules:SD - SALES & DISTRIBUTION PP - PRODUCTION PLANNING MM -MATERIAL MANAGEMENT WM -WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT QM -QUALITY MANAGEMENT Environment, Health and Safety. FICO Organizational Structure Financial Accounting Global Settings (Fiscal Year, Posting Period, Document Types, Posting Keys). General Ledger Accounting Creation and Maintenance of House Bank Account Receivable Account Payable Asset Accounting Integration with SD and MM Controlling PP Enterprise Structure Master Data (Material Master, BOM, Work Center, Routing)

Sales and Operation Planning Demand Management Material Requirement Planning Capacity Planning Receptive Manufacturing Production Control KANBAN Product Cost Planning SD Enterprise Structure Master Data (Creation of Customer and Material) Pricing Order Management Special Functions (Free Goods, Listing/Exclusion, Item Proposal, Output Control) Delivery Billing Reporting Copy Control Credit Management MM Enterprise Structure Material Master Vendor Master Purchasing (Purchase Request, RFQ, Price Comparison, Purchase Orders) Pricing Procedure Inventory Management (Goods Receipts, Goods Issue, Stock Transfer, Invoice Verification) Automatic Account Determination Reports Vendor Evaluation HR SAP-HR Basics Organizational Management Personnel Admistraion Recruitment Benefits Administration Training & Event Management Personnel Development Personnel Time Management Compensation Management and Personnel Cost Planning.

ABAP/4 SAP R/3 Architecture ABAP/4 Development Workbench Data Dictionary Internal Tables Transactions Data Transer (BDC`s) Reports SAP Scripts Overview of Integration Technologies (ALE, IDOC, EDI, RFC, and BAPI) Training Highlights Real Time Instructor SAP Training in class room and for distant audience using, GoToMeeting Software. SAP LIVE Server Access SAP experienced trainer with having Corporate training experience SAP Study Materials SAP Training with Live Examples SAP Training Material Support PPTs & Pdf Docs SAP Practical after every major topic SAP Tests and SAP FAQs from interviews point of view with Project Work Feedback from SAP training coordinators throughout the course On the Job Support by the SAP Trainer through Email Resume Preparation Mock Interview with our Consultant SAP Certification help On Job Assistance Help via email, cell, online, Remote Support Course Overview Introduction about SAP Brief overview of SAP Architecture Introduction about various models in SAP Introduction of ERP Financials Financial Accounting Management Accounting Financial Supply Chain Management Public Sector Management Corporate Governance

Basic Settings Enterprise Structure: Creations company Company code Assign company code to company Business area Fiscal year variant Asian fiscal year variant to company code Chart of accounts Accounts Group Retained earning account Posting period variant Document Types and no ranges Field status variant Tolerance group Posting Keys General Ledger GL master record Posting of document Display balances of GL Parking, hold Accrual, sample documents Deferral documents Foreign exchange Reversal of documents Interest calculation Cash management Bank reconciliation ACCOUNTING PAYABLE Vendor groups (MM and FICO vendors) No. ranges for vendor accounts Tolerance group for vendors House bank Correspondence Automatic payment program Extended with holding tax Terms of payments Down Payment Made/Cash discount (received) ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE Customer group (SD and FI/CO customers) No. ranges for customers accounts Customer master records Down payment Received Dunning

Cash discount (CIN version) Bills of exchange Treasury management ASSET ACCOUNTING Chart of depreciation Account determination Screen layout Asset classes Integration with FI Decpreciation methods Depreciation keys Asset master Sub Asset Master Asset report Depreciation run Sale of asset Transfer of asset Scrapping of asset Capital work in progress INTERNAL ORDER Order type Order, Statistical Key Figure Planning internal order wise View internal order wise report PROFITABILITY ACCOUNTING (PCA) Operation concern Profitability segments Assignment of controlling area to operating Activate profitability analysis Mapping of conditions to coop values Drill down report Report painter PRODUCT COSTING Creation of secondary cost element Active type Price calculation Work centre Overhead keys/Routing Cost sheet variant Cost estimate with quantity structure Cost estimate without quantity structure Marking and Releasing

Work in Progress INTEGRATION Procurement cycle Integration with MM Sales process integration with SD Integration with asset accounting Integration with controlling REPORTS Financial statement version GL reports Accounts payable reports Accounts receivable reports Assets Cash book reports LSMW Transport Management. Introduction to ASAP Methodology Accelerated SAP methodology is proven, repeatable and successful approach to implement SAP solutions across industries and customer environments. It provides content, tools and expertise from thousands of successful implementations. Phase 1: Project Preparation: During this phase the team goes through initial planning and preparation for SAP project. Define project goals and objectives Clarify the scope of implentaion Define project schedule, budget plan, and implementation sequence Establish the project organization and relevant committees and assign resources. Phase 2: Business Blueprint The purpose of this phase is to achieve a common understanding of how the company intends to run SAP to support their business. Also, to refine the original project goals and objectives and revise the overall project schedule in this phase. The result is the Business Blueprint, a detailed documentation of the results gathered during requirements workshops. Phase 3: Realization: The purpose of this phase is to implement all the business process requirements based on the Business Blueprint. The system configuration methodology is provided in two work packages: Baseline (major scope); and Final configuration (remaining scope). Other key focal areas of this phase are conducting integration tests and drawing up end user documentation.

Phase 4: Final Preparation: The purpose of this phase is to complete the final preparation (including testing, end user training, system management and cutover activities) to finalize your readiness to go live. The final Preparation phase also serves to resolve all critical open issues. On successful completion of this phase, you are ready to run your business in your live SAP system. Phase 5: Go Live & Support: The purpose of this phase is to move from a project-oriented, pre-production environment to live production operation. The most important elements include setting up production support, monitoring system transactions, and optimizing overall system performance.