SAP Training

  • Curriculum
  • OVERVIEW
  • SAP BASIS
  • SAP CRM
  • SAP BI
  • SAP MM
  • SAP HR
  • SAP ABAP
  • SAP SD
  • SAP FICO
SAP BASIS-ADMINISTRATION

Course Duration: 40 Hrs

  • INTRODUCTION
    •  WHAT IS AN SAP SYSTEM
    •  SAP LOGON
    •  THE ARCHITECHTURE OF SAP
    •  INTRODUCTION TO NETWEAVER.
    •  ITS
  • CLIENT AMINISTRATION.
    •  USER ADMINISTRATION
    •  STARTING AND STOPPING OF SAP SERVER
  • INSTALLING SAP SERVER
    •  INSTALLING NETWEAVER
    •  DIALOG STEP
  • ENQUE WORK PROCESS
    •  SPOOL WORK PROCESS
    •  BACKGROUND WORK PROCESS
  • UPDATE WORK PROCESS
    •  CCMS
  • WORK LOAD ANALYSIS
    •  MEMEORY MANAGEMENT
    •  TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    •  DATABASE ADMINISTRATION.
    •  SAP SYSTEM MONITOR
    •  RFC CONNECTION
    •  TROUBLESHOOTING
  • PERFORMANCE TUNING
SAP – CRM 7.0

Course Duration: 40 Hrs

Software for Enabling Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Without Compromise

In an environment where many companies have lost sight of the real meaning of customer relationship management (CRM), it’s critical to remember what CRM is about. It’s about acquiring and retaining customers, improving customer loyalty, gaining customer insight, and implementing customer-focused strategies. A true customer-centric enterprise helps your company drive new growth, maintain competitive agility, and attain operational excellence.

That’s why SAP has introduced “CRM without compromise.” We’ve listened to the needs of our customers – for rapid adoption and user productivity, quick time to value, and seamless, best-practice operations between front- and back-office. You can avoid CRM tradeoffs with applications that are:

Simple - Drive user uptake and effectiveness with an intuitive, Web-based user interface that’s unified across our CRM solutions – delivering deep CRM software capabilities uniquely tailored for business users.

Flexible - Choose the right CRM solution for the right situation with flexible deployment models that include on-premise, on-demand, and hybrid.

Comprehensive - Provide an exceptional and consistent customer experience with front-office capabilities for all channels across marketing, sales, and service; embedded analytics; and end-to-end, industry-specific processes – delivered on the proven SAP platform. SAP CRM software has helped the best-run companies in more than 25 industries make the most of relationships with customers by capitalizing on customer insight, improving front-line efficiency and effectiveness, streamlining critical business processes across and beyond customer touch points, and quickly adapting to changing business and customer needs.

CRM Software from SAP: Act Immediately, Grow Strategically Without Compromise.

SAP offers CRM on-demand options that are easy-to-use, Web-based, and available on a subscription basis. With SAP, organizations can act immediately to improve sales, service, and marketing effectiveness – while still keeping strategic options open and without compromising cost-effectiveness or user adoption.

What is CRM?

Short form for Customer Relationship Management. CRM entails all aspects of interaction a company has with its customer, whether it is sales or service related. Computerization has changed the way companies are approaching their CRM strategies because it has also changed consumer buying behavior. With each new advance in technology, especially the proliferation of self-service channels like the Web and WAP phones, more of the relationship is being managed electronically. Organizations are therefore looking for ways to personalize online experiences (a process also referred to as mass customization) through tools such as help-desk software, e-mail organizers and Web development apps.

CRM (customer relationship management) is an information industry term for methodologies, software, and usually Internet capabilities that help an enterprise manage customer relationships in an organized way. For example, an enterprise might build a database about its customers that described relationships in sufficient detail so that management, salespeople, people providing service, and perhaps the customer directly could access information, match customer needs with product plans and offerings, remind customers of service requirements, know what other products a customer had purchased, and so forth.According to one industry view, CRM consists of:

Operational - automation or support of customer processes that include a company’s sales or service representative

Collaborative - direct communication with customers that does not include a company’s sales or service representative (self service)

Analytical - analysis of customer data for a broad range of purposes

Operational

Operational CRM provides support to “front office” business processes, including sales, marketing and service. Each interaction with a customer is generally added to a customer’s contact history, and staff can retrieve information on customers from the database when necessary.One of the main benefits of this contact history is that customers can interact with different people or different contact channels in a company over time without having to describe the history of their interaction each time.Consequently, many call centers use some kind of CRM software to support their call center agents.

Collaborative

Collaborative CRM covers the direct interaction with customers, for a variety of different purposes, including feedback and issue-reporting. Interactions can be through a variety of channels, such as web pages, email, automated phone (Automated Voice Response AVR) or SMS. The objectives of collaborative CRM can be broad, including cost reduction and service improvements.

Analytical

Analytical CRM analyzes customer data for a variety of purposes:

Design and execution of targeted marketing campaigns to optimize marketing effectiveness

Design and execution of specific customer campaigns, including customer acquisition, cross-selling, up-selling, retention

Analysis of customer behavior to aid product and service decision making (e.g. pricing, new product development etc.)

Management decisions, e.g. financial forecasting and customer profitability analysis Prediction of the probability of customer defection (churn). Analytical CRM generally

makes heavy use of predictive analytics.

COURSE-WARE

# Organizational Management

  • Division setting
  • Assignments
  • Sales District
  • Model
  • Positions & Jobs

# Business Partner

  • No. Ranges
  • Grouping
  • Authorization MGT
  • Business Partner Type
  • Maintain B.P
  • Maintain Transportation Zone
  • Create Sold to Party

# Extended Relationship Management

  •  Creation
  •  Setting

# Territory Management

  • Management Hierarchy
  • Maintain Territory hierarchy
  • Assessing BP to territory

# Product Master Data

  • Attributes
  • Set types
  • Category & hierarchy
  • Product maintenance

# Transactions Management

  • Data MGT
  • Activity Mgt
  • Data Determination
  • Transaction Type
  • Copy Control

CRM Partner Function Basic Functions

  • Definition
  • Access Sequence Partner Determination
  • Transaction Type

# CRM Sales

Active with wizards

#  Third Party Sales

#  CRM Pricing

  • Condition Tables
  • Condition Technique
  • Pricing Product

# Free Goods

  • Tables
  • Conditions
  • Sequence
  • Procedure

# Marketing Class

  • Attributes
  • Data Source
  • Segments Builder

# Marketing Campaign

  • Marketing Calendar
  • Marketing Planner

Services

  • Installed base Service reg/complaint
  • Service quotation Service contract service order

# Web UI(User Interface)

  • business role Navigation bar
  • profile Technical
  • profile Role configration key
  • PFCG roles
  • Work centre ground & work centre
  • logical link

Accelerated SAP (ASAP)

5  Phase

SAP Net Weaver – Business Intelligence

SAP Business Intelligence – BI Modeling

AP Net Weaver and BI: Overview, Positioning and Fundamentals

  • Fundamentals of Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence SAP Net Weaver Business Intelligence (BI) Overview
  • SAP Net Weaver Business Intelligence: Data Warehousing Overview

Logical Model

  • Requirement Analysis
  • Logical data model
  • BI ata model

Modeling Characteristics and Key Figures

  • SAP BI Star Schema
  • Characteristic InfoObjects
  • Key Figure InfoObjects

 Modeling DSO Objects and InfoCubes

  • Defining DSO Objects and InfoCubes
  • Standard DSO Objects and InfoCubes in the SAP BI Data Warehouse Layer

Multidimensional Modeling

  • Designing the Dimensions of the SAP BI InfoCube
  • Aggregate Modeling

Special Modeling Aspects

  • SAP BI InfoSets
  • Partitioning of InfoCubes
  • Data Mining

Objects in the BI Data Warehouse Layer

  • Data Warehousing Workbench
  • Info Providers: Business Purpose
  • Info Objects: Characteristics
  • Info Objects: Key Figures
  • The BI Info Cube: An Extended Star Schema
  • Creating Info Cubes

Data Acquisition and Transformation from SAP Source Systems

  • Data Flow: Overview
  • Loading Master Data from an SAP Source System
  • Loading Transaction Data from an SAP Source System

Data Acquisition from Other Systems

  • Extraction from Non-SAP Systems: Overview
  • Flat File Loading

Business Content

  • BI Content Discovery (Metadata Repository)
  • BI Content Activation

Other Info Providers

  • Data Store Objects
  • MultiProviders and BI InfoSets

Administration of Data Targets

  • Administration of InfoCubes
  • Administration of Data Store Objects
  • Process Chains

Introduction to Query Performance Optimization

  • Introduction to Query Performance Optimization in BI
  • BI Aggregates
  • BI Indexe

SAP Business Intelligence – Reporting & Analysis First Steps in the BEx Query Designer

  • Query Designer
  • InfoProviders in the BEx Query Designer

Key Figures

  • Restricted Key Figures
  • Calculated Key Figures
  • Properties of Key Figures

Characteristics

  • Properties and Attributes of Characteristics

Variables

  • Variables

Exceptions and Conditions

  • Exceptions
  • Conditions

BEx Analyzer

  • BEx Analyzer

Report-Report-Interface

  • Report-Report-Interface

Introduction and overview of Query Designer and Web Application Designer(WAD)

  • SAP Business Intelligence – Data Staging & Extraction

Data Transfer with the Service API

  • Generic Data Extraction
  • Logistics Data Extraction
  • Enhancement of Business Content DataSources

Open Hub Service

  • Introduction to the Open Hub Service
  • Implementing the Open Hub Service

Application-Specific Extraction

  • Extracting Data from CO-PA
  • Extracting Data from FI-SL (Special Ledger)
  • LIS Data Extraction

Features of SS Technologies

  •  Hands on training and remote system access.
  •  Training material is up to date.
  •  For Students scoring better marks there is job assurance available.
  •  Instructors have at least 5 years of experience and most of them are certified as well.

Course Duration: 45 Hrs.

SAP MM (Materials Management)

Unit 1

  • Introduction to ERP
  • SAP Overview
  • Functions and Objectives Of MM
  • Overview Cycle of MM

Unit 2

  • Organizational structure of an Enterprise in the SAP R/3 System,Creation Of Organizational Elements – Company, Company code, Plant, Storage Location, Purchasing Organization, Purchasing Group and Assignments.

Unit 3 Master Data

  • Material Master
  • Vendor Master
  • Info Record

Source Determination

Source Determination

  • Source List
  • Quota Arrangement

Material Master

  • Define attributes of Material Types
  • Define Number Ranges for each Material Type
  • Material Master Creation and Display of Material List

Vendor Master

  • Define Account Group and Field Selection (vendor)
  • Define Number Ranges for Vendor Master Records
  • Vendor Master Creation and Display Vendor List

Info Record

  • Define Number Ranges for Info Record
  • Define Screen Layout at Document Level
  • Creation of Info Record and Display Info Record List

Source Determination

  • Maintaining Source list
  • Define Source list requirement at plant level
  • Quota Arrangement
  • Define Quota Arrangement Usage
  • Maintain Quota Arrangement

Unit 4 Purchasing

  • Purchase Requisition

Purchase Order

  • Creation of PO wref to PR
  • Creation of PO wref to RFQ
  • Creation of PO wref to Contract
  • Creation of PO with Account assignment Category

RFQ – Request for Quotation

  • Creation of RFQ
  • Maintain RFQ
  • Price Comparison List for the RFQ

Outline Agreements

  • Contract
  • Schedule Agreement

Unit 5 Document Types for Purchasing Documents (PR, PO, RFQ, Contract and Schedule Agreement)

  • Define Document type
  • Define Number Ranges for Document Type
  • Define Screen Layout at Document Level

Unit 6 Release Procedure for Purchasing Documents

  • Creation of Characteristics Creation of Class
  • Release Group, Release Codes, Release Indicator, Release Prerequisite, Release Strategies

Unit 7 Conditions or Pricing Procedure or Price Determination

  • Define Access sequence
  • Define Condition Types
  • Define Calculation Schema
  • Define Schema Group
  • Schema group vendor
  • Schema group purchasing organization
  • Assignment of Schema group to purg. organization

Define Schema Determination

1. Determine Calculation Schema for Standard Purchase Orders

Unit 8 External Services Management (ESM)

  • Define Organization status for service categories Define service category
  • Define Number Ranges
  • Define Number Ranges for Service Entry Sheet
  • Define Internal Number Ranges for Service Entry Specification Assign Number Ranges
  • Define Screen Layout

Procedure for Services

  • Creation of Service Master
  • Creation of Service PO
  • Creation of Service Entry Sheet
  • Invoice wref Service Entry Sheet

Unit 9 Inventory Management (IM)

  • Goods Movement
  • Goods Receipt – GR
  • Creation of GR
  • Cancellation of GR
  • Return Delivery to Vendor
  • GR for Stock Types
  • GR for Partial Delivery
  • GR w/o PO
  • GR wref to Reservation

2Goods Issue  GI

  • Creation of GI
  • Creation of GI wref to Reservation

 3. Transfer Posting – TP

  • TP from Plant to Plant (1 step & 2 step process)
  • TP from Sloc to Sloc (1 step & 2 step process)
  • TP from Stock to Stock

4. Reservation

  • Creation of Reservation
  • Reversal of Reservation

Unit 10 Physical Inventory (PI)

  • Types of PI processes
  • Creating Physical Inventory Document
  • Entering Physical Inventory Count
  • List Of Inventory Differences
  • Post the Difference
  • Print Out PI Difference Report

Unit 11 Special Stocks and Special Procurement Types

  • Consignment
  • Stock transport order
  • Subcontracting
  • Pipeline
  • Returnable transport packaging – RTP
  • Third Party Processing

Unit 12 Valuation and Account Determination

  • Introduction to Material Valuation Split Valuation
  • Configure Split Valuation
  • Defining Global Categories (Valuation Category) Defining Global Type (Valuation Types)  Defining Local Definition& Assignment (Valuation Area)

 Unit 13 Valuation and Account Determination

  • Basic Invoice Verification Procedure
  • Invoice for Purchase Order
  • Planned Delivery Costs
  • Unplanned Delivery Costs
  • Credit Memo
  • Blocking the Invoice
  • Releasing Blocked Invoices
  • Subsequent Debit/Credit
  • Automatic Settlements (ERS)
  • GR/IR Account Maintenance
  • Invoice for Tax, Discounts, Terms of Payment
  • Invoices for PO’s with Account Assignment
  • Parking Invoice
  • Invoice With reference to Service Entry Sheet

Unit 14 Integration with Other Modules

  • Integration of MM with FI/CO
  • Automatic Account Determination
  • Integration of MM with SD
  • Stock Transport Order (STO)
  • Intra Company Stock Transfer
  • Inter Company or Cross Company Stock Transfer
  • Integration of MM with PP
  • MRP Concepts
  • Planned Independent Requirements
  • Consumption Based Planning

Unit 15 Additional Topics Covered

  • About System Landscape LSMW
  • Useful MM Reports
  • Tables in SAP MMControlling Area ( Only creation of Cost Centers and Cost Element)

Course Duration:40 Hrs

APPLYING INNOVATION TO YOUR CAREER!

Have you ever worried about you job is being underpaid? Have you ever thought that you have reached saturation in your Career?

This HR training is designed to start with a basic overview of the module and end with advanced knowledge of configuration and testing. Attendees will get a certification oriented course material and homework assignment to simulate real life projects.

The SAP HR training enables companies to effectively manage information about the people in their organization. It is integrated with other SAP modules and external systems. From the Organization Management perspective, companies can model a business hierarchy, the relationships of employees to various business units and the reporting structure among employees.

The Personnel Administration (PA) sub module helps employers to track employee master data, work schedules, salary, training and benefits information. The Personnel Development (PD) functionality focuses on employees’ skills, qualifications and career plans. Finally, the Time Evaluation and Payroll sub modules process attendance and absences, gross salary and tax calculations, and payments to employees and third party vendors.

SAP HR Course Overvie

Organization Management

  • Object Types
  • Object Keys
  • Expert Mode
  • Simple Maintenance
  • Org. Staff Planning
  • Infotypes

Enterprise Structure Personnel Structure

  • Company 1. Employee Group
  • Company Code 2. Employee Sub Groups
  • Personnel Area 3. Assignments
  • Personnel Sub Area
  • Assignment

Personal Management (Personal Administration)

Organization Data Recruitment

  • Employee attributes 1. Vacancies
  • Payroll area 2. Advertisements
  • ABKRS Feature 3. Personnel Officer
  • Control record 4. Line Manager
  • Period Parameters 5. Application Types
  • Date modifiers
  • Payroll Data

Basic Pay

  • Personnel Calculation Rule
  • Collective agreement provision and grouping
  • Pay Scale Type / Area
  • Pay Scale Groups & Levels
  • Feature TARIF
  • Wage Types
  • Characteristics of Wage types
  • Permissibility with PS and ESG
  • Wage type model
  • ESG for Primary wage types
  • Feature LGMST
  • PSG for primary wage types

Time Management

  • Public holidays
  • Holiday Calendars
  • Factory Calendars
  • Work Schedules
  • Daily work Schedules
  • Break Schedules
  • Period work schedule rules
  • work schedule rules
  • Absence types
  • Attendance types
  • Attendance Quotas
  • Counting Class
  • PSG for absence / Attendance counting
  • ESG for personnel calculation rules
  • 15. PSG for time recording

 

Benefits

  • Benefit Plans
  • Benefit areas
  • Beneficiaries
  • Benefit Providers
  • Benefit Parameters
  • Benefit Integration with Payroll
  • Related Features
  • Training and Event Management

Business Events

  • Resources
  • Tools
  • LSMW
  • Reports
  • Infotypes
  • Infogroups
  • Schema Modifications
  • Features
  • Table Maintenance
  • Authorizations

Features of SS Technologies

  • Hands on training and remote system access.
  • Training material is up to date.
  • Small Class ensures that every student gets personalized training.
  • For Students scoring better marks there is job assistance available.
  • Instructors have at least 5 years of experience and most of them are certified as well.

Course Duration: 40 Hrs

What is ABAP?

ABAP is one of the many application-specific fourth-generation languages (4GLs) first developed in the 1980s. It was originally the report language for SAP R/2, platform that enabled large corporations to build mainframe business applications for materials management and financial and management accounting.

ABAP used to be an abbreviation of Allgemeiner Berichtsaufbereitungsprozessor, the German meaning of “generic report preparation processor”, but was later renamed to Advanced Business Application Programming. ABAP was one of the first languages to include the concept of Logical Databases (LDBs), which provides a high level of abstraction from the basic database level.

The ABAP programming language was originally used by developers to develop the SAP R/3 platform. It was also intended to be used by SAP customers to enhance SAP applications � customers can develop custom reports and interfaces with ABAP programming. The language is fairly easy to learn for programmers but it is not a tool for direct use by non-programmers. Good programming skills, including knowledge of relational database design and preferably also of object oriented concepts are required to create ABAP programs.

Introduction to ERP

  • What is ERP?
  • Why we need ERP?
  • Advantages of ERP
  • Major ERP Packages

 Introduction to SAP & R/3 Architecture

  • What is SAP?
  • History & Features of SAP
  • SAP R/2 Architecture (Limitations of R/2 Architecture)
  • AP R/3 Architecture (Types of work processes)
  • SAP R/3 Application Modules
  • SAP Landscape

Introduction to ABAP/4

  • What is ABAP?
  • Logon to SAP Environment
  • Transaction Codes
  • Multitasking Commands
  • Comments
  • Errors
  • ABAP/4 Editor ( SE38 )
  • Steps for Creating a Program
  •  Elements in R/3 Screen
  • Output Statements
  • Operators in ABAP
  • Data, Parameter & Constant Statements
  • Data Types & Classification
  • Data Objects & Classification
  • Text Elements
  • String Operations
  • Control Statements
  • Field strings

ABAP Dictionary

  • ABAP Dictionary Introduction
  • Data Dictionary Functions
  • Data Dictionary Objects
  • Data Base Tables
  • Structures
  • Views
  • Data Elements
  • Type Groups
  • Domains
  • Search helps
  • Lock objects
  • Primary Key And Foreign Key
  • Table Maintenance Generator

Selection Screens

Selection screen Introduction

  • Parameter Statement
  • Select-options Statement
  • Selection-screen Statement
  • Screen table and its fields
  • Dynamic screen modification by using Modif Id key

Open SQL Statements

  • Select
  • Insert
  • Modify
  • Update
  • Delete

Internal Tables

  • Internal Tables Introduction
  • Declaring Internal Table
  • Populating Internal Table
  • Processing Internal Table
  • Initializing Internal Tables
  • Inner Joins And For All Entries
  • Control Break Statements

Debugging Techniques

  • Debugging Techniques Introduction
  • Break-points (Static & Dynamic)
  • Watch points
  • Dynamically changing internal tables contents in Debugging Editor
  • Options to step through the program in Debugging Editor

Modularization Techniques

  • Modularization Techniques Introduction
  • Includes
  • Subroutines
  • Passing Parameters to Subroutines
  • Passing Tables to Subroutines
  • Function Groups & Function Modules

 Reports

  • Reports Introduction
  • Classical Reports
  • Interactive Reports
  • Techniques Used For Interactive Reports
  • Hotspot
  • Hide
  • Get Cursor

Dialog / Module Pool Programming/ Transactions

  • MPP Introduction
  • Relationship between Screen, Flow Logic and Program
  • Flow Logic Events
  • Process Before Output (PBO)
  • Process After Input (PAI)
  • Process On Value Request (POV)
  • Process On Help Request (POH)

Include Programs in MPP

  • Include TOP
  • Include I01
  • Include O01
  • Include F01

Dynamic Screens

  • Leave Screen
  • Leave to Screen
  • Call Screen
  • Set Screen
  • Processing of List from Transaction and Vice Versa
  • Elements in Screen Layout
    • Table Controls
    • Step Loops
    • Tabstrip Controls
    • Subscreens

Batch Data Communication

  • BDC Introduction
  • Recording BDC Methods
  • Call  TransactionMethod
  • Session Method
  • Handling Table Controls in BDC
  • Legacy System Migration Workbench
  • Different Methods
  • Flat file creation
  • Uploading data

File Handling

  • Application Server
  • Presentation Server

SAP Scripts

  • SAP Scripts Introduction
  • Components of SAP Scripts
  • Layout Set
  • Standard Text
  • Out Put Program
  • Modifying Standard SAP Script Layouts
  • Including Logos
  • SAP Script Utilities – Upload / Download

Smart Forms

  • Smart Forms Introduction
  • Graphics Management
  • Style Maintenance
  • Paragraph Formats
  • Character Formats

Writing print program and designing layouts

ALV Reports

  • ALV Reports Introduction
  • ALV through Function Modules

ALV Type

Runtime Analysis & SQL Tracing Cross Applications

  •  Introduction to Distributed Environment
  • Introduction to Cross Applications

RFC

  • Introduction to RFC
  • Creating RFC Destination between 2 Systems
  • Creating Remote Enabled Function Modules
  • Creating program using Remote Enabled Function Modules

ALE

  • ALE Basics
  • Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process
  • Configuration Steps
  • Define logical systems
  • Assign client to logical system
  • RFC destination
  • Customer distribution model
  • Creating Ports

IDocs

  • What is an Idoc?
  • Types of Idocs
  • Basic Idocs
  • Extension Idocs
  • Creating Idocs
  • Message Types
  • Assigning Idoc type to Message type

EDI

  • EDI Basics
  • Difference between ALE & EDI
  • Overview of Outbound & Inbound Process
  • Configuration Steps
  • Port Creation
  • Partner Profile Creation

BAPIs

  • BAPI Overview
  • Creation of BAPI

Workflow

  • What is workflow?
  • Overview of workflow

User Exits

  • User Exits Overview
  • Types of User Exits
  • Field Exit
  • Screen Exit
  • Function Exit
  • Menu Exit

BADIs

  • BADIs Overview
  • Defining a BADI
  • Implementing a BADI

OOPS Concept

  • Object Oriented ABAP Overview
  • Defining a Class
  • Implementing a Class

Miscellaneous Topics

  • Correction & Transport request (CTS)
  • Transport Organizer
  • Work Bench Request
  • Task Creation
  • Release Objects
  • SAP Memory & ABAP Memory
  • Logical Database
  • SD Flow
  • MM Flow0

Features of SS Technologies

  •  Hands on training and remote system access.
  •  Training material is up to date.
  •  For Students scoring better marks there is job assurance available.
  •  Instructors have at least 5 years of experience and most of them are certified as well.
SAP Sales and Distribution:

 Course Duration: 40 Hrs

SAP SD application components fulfill many of the international requirements that support the sales and distribution activities with functions. It helps to optimize all the tasks and activities carried out in sales, delivery and billing. Key elements are: Pre sales support, Inquiry processing, Quotation processing, Sales order processing, Delivery processing & Billing.

Course Overview: 

This configuration course of SAP SD covers the latest release of SAP ERP Central Component 5.0 and 6.0. The course focuses on the complete end-to-end implementation of functionality related to the Sales and Distribution (SD) module. It will be helpful to SAP professionals’ who desire to utilize the SD module to its fullest capability

SAP SD Course Content:

1. Sales Overview:

    1.1 Process in Sales and Distribution.

    1.2 Basics in Sales and Distribution transaction. 

2. Enterprise Structure overview:

    2.1 Overview of Enterprise structure in Sales.

    2.2 Definition and Assignment of Organizational Elements.

3. Creating Master Data:

           3.1 Customer Master Data.

            3.1.1 Partner Functions.

            3.1.2 Defining Account Groups for Partner Functions.

            3.1.3 Creating & Assigning Number Ranges.

     3.2 Material Master Data

     3.3 Customer Material Info Records

     3.4 Conditions Master Data

4. Sales Documents Processing:

       4.1 Sales Document Structure.

       4.1.1 Document Types & Functionalities.

        4.1.2 Customizing Doc Types & Assigning to sales Areas.

        4.1.3 The behavior and control of sales docs.

        4.1.4 Sales doc types and its comparison.

    4.2 Item Category Control & Determination.

    4.3 Schedule line Categories Control & Determination.

    4.4 Understanding of Document Flow.

5. Pricing:

    5.1 Introduction to Pricing

    5.2 Condition Tables

    5.3 Access Sequence

    5.4 Condition Tables

    5.5 Pricing Procedures Determination.

6. Basic Functions: (Condition Technique)

    6.1 Free Goods Determination.

    6.2 Material Determination.

    6.3 Material Listing / Exclusion.

    6.4 Revenue Account Determination.

    6.5 Cross Selling.

7. Copy Controls and Incompletion Procedure

8. Credit Management:

    8.1 Credit Control Area.

    8.2 Defining Credit Groups.

    8.3 Defining Risk Category.

    8.4 Automatic Credit Control.

9. Shipping:

    9.1 Configure delivery processing to meet customer needs.

     9.2 Understand the Basic Delivery Process.

     9.3 Configuration of the Outbound Delivery structure.

     9.4 Create Transfer order.

     9.5 Management of the Good Issue Process

10. Outline Agreements Overview:

     10.1 Understanding of outline agreements.

    10.2 Sales doc types for different outline agreements.

    10.3 Quantity contract.

    10.4 Scheduling agreements, Value contract.

11. Special Sales process and its Transaction:

    11.1 Cash Sales Process

    11.2 Rush Order

    11.3 Third Party Sales Process.

    11.4 Consignment Sales Process.

            11.4.1 Business Process & its various special issues.

            11.4.2 The Nature of the order types: Fill-up, Issue

                        Pickup & Returns.

12. Billing Process:

    12.1 What are Billing Docs & Creation of Billing Docs

    12.2 Basic Functions in Billing.

    12.3 Credit Memo.

    12.4 Debit Memo.

13. Advanced Topics:

    13.1 BOM: Bills of Materials & its purpose in sales process.

    13.2 Inter Company Sales Process.

    13.3 Availability Check with Product Allocation

14. Project Methodology:

    14.1 Real Time Business Scenarios.

    14.2 ASAP Roadmap (Methodology).

   14.3 Real time Business Process Procedure.

   14.4 Project Templates.

 Course Duration: 40 hrs

ENTERPRISE STRUCTURE

    1. Define company
    2. Edit, Copy, Delete, Check Company Code
    3. Define Business Area
    4. Maintain consolidation business area
    5. Define Credit Control Area
    6. Assign company code to company
    7. Assign company code to credit control area
    8. Assign business area to consolidation business area

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND GLOBAL SETTINGS

    1. Maintain Fiscal Year Variant (Maintain Shortened Fiscal Year)
    2. Assign Company Code to a Fiscal Year Variant
    3. Define Variants for Open Posting Periods
    4. Open and Close Posting Periods
    5. Assign Variants to Company Code
    6. Define Document Types
    7. Define Field Status Variants
    8. Assign Company Code to Field Status Variants
    9. Define Tolerance Groups for Employees

GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTING

    1. Edit Chart of Accounts List
    2. Assign Company Code to Chart of Accounts
    3. Define Account Group
    4. Define Retained Earnings Account
    5. Create G/L accounts
    6. G/L account posting
    7. View G/L wise balances
    8. View Document

SAMPLE DOCUMENT

    1. Create number ranges for sample document
    2. Create sample document template
    3. Post G/L account with the reference of sample doc.
    4. Sample document changes
    5. Display sample documents
    6. Display sample documents changes

HOLD DOCUMENT

    1. Create hold document
    2. View hold doc
    3. Release a hold document

PARKING DOCUMENT

    1. Create parking document
    2. Edit parking document
    3. Display parking documents
    4. Parking document header data change
    5. Parking document display changes
    6. Send parking documents to authorized persons.
    7. To view inbox
    8. Release parking documents

RECURRING DOCUMENTS

    1. Create no. ranges for recurring documents
    2. Create recurring document template
    3. Change recurring documents
    4. Display recurring document
    5. Display changes of recurring document
    6. Overview of recurring documents
    7. Execute/Run the recurring document 
    8. To view document

REVERSALS

    1. Individual Reversal
    2. Mass Reversal
    3. Reversal of reversal

G/L OUTGOING PAYMENTS

    1. Create G/L A/CS
      • Provision for salaries (Liability)
      • Salaries A/C (Expenses)
    2. Postings
      • Salary A/C
      • Provision A/C
    3. Create No. Ranges for payments
    4. Tolerance groups for G/L accounts
    5. Clearing the Provision A/C or G/L outgoing payments
    6. View the G/L wise Balances

 G/L INCOMING PAYMENTS

    1. Create G/L accounts:
      • Provision for commission (Asset)
      • Commission received (Incomes)
    2. Postings to provision A/C
      • Provision A/C
      • Commission A/C
    3. Create No. Ranges for Incoming Payments
    4. Clear the provision A/C or G/L Incoming Payments View the G/L wise Balances

INTEREST CALCULATIONS

    1. Balance interest calculation
    2. Item interest calculation

A. Balance interest calculation

    1. Create two G/L accounts
      • Bank loan A/C
      • Interest paid A/C
    2. Define interest paid calculation type. (S/P)
    3. Prepare account balance interest calculation.
    4. Define reference interest rate
    5. Define time-dependent terms
    6. Enter interests values
    7. Prepare G/L Account for balance interest calculation
    8. Take loan from bank
    9. Interest calculation run
    10. To view the document posted
    11. To view the G/L wise balance

B. Item interest calculation

1. Create number ranges for
2. Define forms for company codes
3. Define interest indicator
4. Define interest on arrears
5. Define reference rates
6. Time dependent terms
7. Interest rates
8. G/L accounts
9. Automatic posting for interest calculation
10. Assign interest indicator to customer
11.  Sales12.  Run item interest calculation

FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE

    1. Define currency exchange type
    2. Define currency exchange ratios
    3. Define exchange rates
    4. Assign currency Exchange type to documents types
    5. Post documents in foreign currency

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

    1. Create customer Account Groups
    2. Create No. Ranges for Customer Account groups
    3. Assign No. Ranges to Customers A/C groups
    4. Create G/L A/Cs
      • Sales A/C (Incomes)
      • Sundry Debtors A/C (assets)
    5. Create Customers Master Data
    6. Create No. Ranges for Invoice posting
    7. Sales invoice posting
    8. To view G/L wise balances
    9. To view Customer wise balance

CUSTOMER PAYMENTS

    1. Create Tolerance Groups for Customers
    2. Incoming Payments

TERMS OF PAYMENT FOR CASH DISCOUNT

  1. Define Terms of Payment 
  2. Create G/L account for Cash Discount Account
  3. Assignments
    • Assign Terms of Payments to Customers
    • Assign Automatic Postings to Cash Discount A/c.
  4. Sales Invoice Posting
  5.  Incoming Payments from Customers
  6. To view G/L wise balances
  7. To view Customer wise balance DUNNING
    1. Define Dunning Process
    2. Assign Dunning Process to Customers
    3. Sales Invoice
    4. Execute the Dunning Program CUSTOMER CREDIT MEMO
      1. Make customer credit Memo
      2. Display G/L Account
      3. Display customer account ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
        1. Create Vendor Account Groups
        2. Create Number Ranges for Vendor Accounts
        3. Assign Number Ranges to Vendor Account Groups
        4. Create Two G/L Accounts
          • Sundry Creditors (Liabilities)
          • Purchase Account (Expenses)
        5. Create Number Ranges for Purchase Invoice Posting
        6. Creation of Vendor Master Data
        7. Purchase Invoice Posting
        8. Outgoing Payments
        9. To View Vendor wise Balances

HOUSE BANK

    1. Creation of House Bank
    2. Creation of Check Lots
    3. Manual Check Payments
    4. To view Check Book

MANUAL CHECK PAYMENT METHOD

    1. Manual check creation
    2. To view check register 
    3. Check encashment date updating
    4. To create new void reason
    5. Unused check cancellation
    6. Check encashment date deletion
    7. Used check cancellation

BANK CHARGES

    1. G/L A/C for Bank charges
    2. Account assignment (Automatic Updating)
    3. Purchase invoice
    4. Payments
    5. Check balances in Bank Charges A/C

CASH DISCOUNTS FOR ACCOUNT PAYABLES

    1. Define terms of payments for vendors
    2. Create G/L A/C for cash discount received (incomes)
    3. Assign cash discount received A/C for Automatic Posting
    4. Assign terms of payment to vendors
    5. Purchase invoice postings
    6. Outgoing payments to Vendors
    7. G/L wise balances Display
    8. Vendor wise balances

AUTOMATIC PAYMENT PROGRAM

FBZP

    1. All company codes
    2. Paying company codes
    3. Payment method in country
    4. Payment method in company code
    5. Bank determination
    6. House bank
    7. Automatic payment program run

VENDOR CREDIT MEMO

    1. Make credit note
    2. Display G/L account
    3. Vendor display

PARTY STATEMENT ACCOUNTS

    1. Copy print program to company code
    2. Request generate
    3. View the correspondence or take the statements

SALES TAX / PURCHASE TAX

    1. Define sales and purchase tax
    2. Assign tax codes to sales A/Cs
    3. Create G/L A/C for sales/purchase tax payable A/C
    4. Assign taxes to Automatic postings
    5. Sales invoice posting
    6. Purchase Invoice Postings

SPECIAL G/L ACCOUNTS

    • DOWN PAYMENTS FROM CUSTOMERS (LIABILITIES)
    • DOWN PAYMENTS TO VENDORS (ASSET)
    • BILLS OF EXCHANGE

DOWN PAYMENTS FROM CUSTOMERS

    1. Create Down Payments from customer A/C (Liability)
    2. Link between Down Payments to Sundry Debtors
    3. Down payments Received from customers
    4. Sales invoice postings
    5. Transfer Special G/L A/Cs to Normal G/L A/Cs
    6. Incoming payment

DOWN PAYMENTS TO VENDORS

    1. Create Down Payments to vendors A/C (Asset)
    2. Link between down payments to Sundry Creditors
    3. Advance made to Vendors
    4. Purchase invoice
    5. Transfer Special G/L A/Cs to Normal G/L A/Cs
    6. Outgoing payments

BILLS OF EXCHANGE

    1. Create G/L Accounts
      • Bills of Exchange (asset
      • Bank bill discount account (liability)
      •  Bill discount charges account (expenses)
    2. Link between Bills of exchange and sundry debtors
    3. Bank sub accounts
    4. Automatic postings
    5. Sales invoice postings
    6. Bills received
    7. Bank bill discounting
    8. Clearing the invoice

ASSET ACCOUNTING

    1. Copy Chart of Depreciation
    2. 0% Tax on Sales /Purchases
    3. Assign 0% Tax to Non Taxable Accounts
    4. Assign Chart of Depreciation to Comp. Codes
    5. Specify the Account Determination (SPRO-FA-AA-OS-ASSET CLASSES- Specify the Account Determination)
    6. Screen Layout Rules (SPRO-FA-AA-OS-ASSET CLASSES- Screen Layout Rules)
    7. Define Number Range Intervals
    8. Define Asset Classes
    9. Create G/L Accounts for Asset Accounting
      • Plant & Machinery Account [Asset]
      • Accumulation Plant & Machinery Account [Liability]
      • Asset Sales Account [Income]
      • Profit Sale of Assets [Income]
      • Loss Sale of Assets [Expenses]
      • Loss due to scrap [Expenses]
      • Depreciation Account [Expenses]
    10. Determine Depreciation to Asset Classe
    11. Assignment of G/L Account to Automatic Postings
    12. Specify the Document Type (or) Number Ranges for Depreciation
    13. Specify the Intervals & Posting Rules
    14. Specify Rounding Net Book Value/Depreciation
    15. Define Screen Layout for Asset Master Data [SPRO-FA-AA-Master Data-Screen Layout- Define Screen Layout for Asset Master Data]
    16. Define Screen Layout for Asset Depreciation Area
    17. Define Depreciation Key
    18. Maintain Period Control Method
    19. Create Sub Asset Master Data
    20. Create Sub Asset Master Data
    21. Asset Purchases
    22. Asset Explore
    23. Depreciation Run
    24. Transfer of Assets
    25. Asset Scrapping
    26. Sales & Assets

CONTROLLING

    1. Maintain Controlling Area
    2. Create Number Ranges for Controlling
    3. Maintain Versions
    4. Create Cost Elements
    5. Create Cost Element Groups
    6. Create Cost Centers
    7. Create Cost Center Groups
    8. Field Status Groups
    9. Postings
    10. To View Cost Center Wise Reports

DISTRIBUTION METHOD

    1. Define distribution
    2. Run
    3. View

 INTERNAL ORDERS

    1. Field status variant
    2. Create G/ L Accounts for telephone expenses
    3. Internal order type
    4. Internal order
    5. Planning internal order
    6. Posting
    7. Variance report of internal order of particular month wise

PROFIT CENTER

    1. Set controlling area
    2. Controlling area settings
    3. Maintain Versions
    4. Create dummy  profit center
    5. Maintain control parameters for actual
    6. Creation of Profit center
    7. Create cost center
    8. Create G/L Accounts
      • Expenses for Salaries, wages, Admin expenses Account
      • Sales of cements
      • Sale of cements
    9. Number ranges for local documents
    10. Maintain automatic account assignment for revenue cost element 
    11. Posting
      • Expenses posting
      • Revenue posting sales
    12. To see the report of a profit center wise (SEGEMENT)

CLOSING

A.   Month end closing

B.   Year end closing

A.   Month end closing

    1. Open and close posting periods 
    2. Number ranges extended
      • Number ranges extended
      •  Assign number range to document
    3. Recurring document execute
    4. Interest calculation run
    5. Depreciation run

B.   Year end closing

    1. Fiscal year
    2. Assign fiscal year to company code
    3. Open and close posting periods
    4. Number ranges C/F one fiscal year to fiscal year
    5. Copy number ranges one company code to another company code
    6. Carry forward G/L accounts balances
    7. Balance (Customers/Vendors) Carry forward
    8. To view customer balances
    9. To view vendor balances

REPORTS

    1. Maintain Financial Statement Versions
    2. View/Display the Balance Sheet
    3. Chart of Accounts
    4. Trial Balance
    5. Ledger Wise Balances
    6. Vendor List
    7. Vendor Wise Purchases
    8. Display Changes of Vendor Master Data
    9. List of Vendor Line Items
    10. List of Down Payment Open Items-Vendors
    11. Customer List
    12. Customer Wise Balances
    13. Customer Wise Outstanding Balances
    14. Customer Master Data/Addresses
    15. Display Customer Change Details
    16. Customer Wise Sales
    17. Open Down Payment Customers
    18. List of Customer Line Items
    19. Bills of Exchange
    20. Display Changes of G/L Accounts

CREDIT MANAGEMENT

    1. Define credit control area
    2. Define credit risk category
    3. Define credit representative group
    4. Assign employees to credit representative group
    5. Define days in arrears

INTEGRATION WITH FI AND MM

    1. Define plant
    2. Define storage location
    3. Define purchase organization
    4. Define division
    5. Assign plant to company code
    6. Assign Purchase organization to company code
    7. Assign purchase organization to plant
    8. Assign business area to plant/valuation area/division
    9. Define Material group
    10. Define purchase group
    11. Company code to material management
    12. Attributes of material type
    13. Plant parameters
    14. Default values for tax codes
    15. Tolerance limits for purchase order for price variance
    16. Tolerance limits for good received
    17. Tolerance limits for invoice verification
    18. Automatic status change for invoice verification
    19. Grouping valuation area
    20. Valuation class
    21. Create G/L Accounts
      • Inventory raw material
      • Inventory finished goods
      • GR/IR clearing accounts
      • Raw material consumption account
      • Increase/decrease in stock-finished goods 
    22. Automatic posting
      • Double click on BSX inventory posting
      • Double click on WRX – GR/IR clearing account
      • Double click on GBB offsetting for inventory posting
    23. Document types
    24. Creation of vendor master data
    25. Create material master data
    26. Open periods for material
    27. Purchase order
    28. Goods received
    29. To view material docs
    30. Invoice verification

TAX CALCULATION PROCEDURE

    1. Define calculation procedure
    2. Assign to country

POSTING AMOUNT AND DEFAULT TOLERANCE GROUP

    1. Define tolerance groups
    2. Allocate users to tolerance groups

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