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Igrow Technologies, Bangalore

No:82,1st floor,10th cross, 20th main, Maruthi Nagar, BTM 1st stage Bangalore
Karnataka India(IN)560

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: 97385 66679 ,080-42073282
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IGrow was formed in the month of August 2010. It is a limited liability partnership with 3 core partners. IGrow provides learning solutions that help organizations achieve best business results. IGrow offers customer-focused trainings in multiple locations, offering organizations and individuals high-quality training. In addition we training we also deliver Solution Build, Implementation and on-going Support on Business Intelligence, Virtualization and are authorized Resellers for VS. We Partner with…..:

To Deliver Best In Class Customer Experience and Learning par Excellence

IGrow – Marketing Strategy

• Strong corporate client loyalty.
• Print & Electronic media advertising.
• Free Additional LABs.
• Open batch participants can have field experience with us.
• Co-Promoting of courses at the partner locations.
• Delivering best in Class Training experience.
• On Time Every Time.
• Eye for Detail in every Consulting and Implementation deal to ensure Customer Business Objectives are met and exceeded.

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The best Application Platform is often ERP’s Own in-House Language, ABAP/4 (Advanced Business Application Programming Language, Fourth Generation). The ERP System itself is written in this Language, which is by definition friendly to the Data-Handling Philosophy that “governs” ERP Applications. Though other Languages may be used with good results (Java is the standout), ABAP/4 CANNOT BE MATCHED FOR FLEXIBILITY AND CONVENIENCE IN CUSTOMIZING ERP APPLICATIONS 

TOPICS 

Introduction to ERP 
ERP R/3 Architecture
Understanding Data Dictionary
ABAP/4 Basics and Programming
Internal Table
Reports and Event Handling.
Screen Programming (Module Pool Programming)
Data Transfer Techniques (Direct, Call Transaction, Session, LSMW Methods)
ERP Scripts and Smart Forms
Cross Application (RFC, ALE, IDOC, User Exits, BADI’s, ALV)
Workflow (SD, MM, FICO, PP, HR, etc..)
Project Assignment & Implementation Program

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Placement Provided: No

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FI/CO is a contribution of two different modules FI/CO whereas FI stand for Financial Accounting and CO stands for controlling 

SAP FI - Here SAP handles accounting and finance postings. The main activity is Accounts Receivable (customers) and Accounts Payable (suppliers), and normal General Ledger accounting, for example bank accounts. But also cash management, assets and investments are handled in this SAP module. 

SAP CO - here SAP handles the company internal accounting, also called controlling. The main activity is postings to Cost Centers (departments), Internal Order (small projects), and Profit Centers. SAP CO is primarily used for reporting, in order to monitor the financial development of the company. SAP CO and FI are fully integrated 

Here we work on all activities which are necessary for person who know FI/CO. After doing this Course “THREE” type f Jobs will open for you in the market. 

ONE – IMPLEMENTATION/ CUSTOMIZATON

TWO – END – USER 

THREE – SUPPORT ACTIVITIES 

• In First Phase – we will customize the accounts as per client requirement.
• In Second phase, we use the systems as a end- user as a accountant & perform all the duties up to finalizing of Balance- Sheet.
• In third phase, we work as Bridge between first two phases. It means if end –user is not satisfied with the results we will find the source of problem & correct it. 

TOPICS 

• Introduction to FICO
• GL Accounting
• Accounts Payable
• Accounts Receivables
• Bank Accounting
• Asset Accounting
• Cost Center Accounting
• Profit Center Accounting
• Cost Element Accounting
• Internal Orders
• Product Costing
• SAP SD(Sales & Distribution)

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Placement Provided: No

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SAP MM - SAP handles Purchasing and Inventory. The main activity is purchase orders, and various inventory postings: Goods receipts (in to stock), Goods issue (out of stock), and Stock Transfer (moving stocks). Also vendor invoice receipts can be handled from the MM module. 

*** Overview of ERP MM
*** Enterprise Structure
*** Purchasing
*** Inventory management and Physical inventory
*** CBP and MRP
*** Logistic Invoice verification
*** Vendor Evaluation 

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Here ERP handles all aspects of production planning and execution. It starts with the Study of the Business Process inside shop floor upto final Product Processing. Main activities are the production order processing, the production MRP planning, Capacity planning and the production information system. The Production Planning (PP) module of ERP provides a fully functional suite of production planning and shop floor execution transactions. Once the master data is defined, demand from sales operation feeds the production planning process. These planning techniques feed the shop floor that executes the plan 

TOPICS 

*** Manufacturing Planning and Execution
*** Master data creation
*** Bill of Material
*** Work Centers
*** Material Requirement Planning
*** Production Orders
*** Planned Order
*** Sales Operation Planning
*** Demand Management Planning
*** AERP Roadmap
*** CUSTOMIZATION

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CRM is an industry term for software solutions that help enterprise businesses manage customer relationships in an organized way. An example of a CRM would be a database containing detailed customer information that management and salespeople can reference in order to match customer needs with products, inform customers of service requirements 

TOPICS 

• ERP SD(Sales & Distribution) overview
• Organizational Management
• Business Partner
• Products
• Base Customization
• Pricing
• Sales Transactions
• Marketing Plan & Campaign Management
• Business Partner Segmentation
• Personalized Mail Form
• SCM (Supply Chain Management) : 

Audience 

This course is for managers, project team members, key users (from user departments), and other persons who want to gain an overview of the application SAP SCM. 

Prerequisites 

Essential 

Knowledge of the Windows application environment 
Recommended 
A basic understanding of supply chain management SAP01 SAP Overview 
Goals This course gives participants an overview of the SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM) application. 
Course Based on Software Release 

*** SAP ERP Central Component 6.0
*** SAP SCM 7.0
*** SAP Business Information Warehouse 7.01

Content 

• The components of SAP Business Suite
• The components, supported business processes, and scenarios in the application
• Integration with SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM), with particular emphasis on the topics of master data administration, and change management
• Using SAP Supply Chain Management to execute a typical business process, including: Demand Planning, planning delivery and procurement networks, production planning, manufacturing, direct procurement, warehousing and storage processes, delivery preparation, transportation
• Monitoring delivery, transportation, manufacturing, and procurement processes using SAP Supply Chain Visibility
• Overview of SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SNC), former: SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub (ICH) 
• Integration with other SAP components
• Looking ahead to new developments in the SAP Supply Chain Management environment 

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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SAP Enterprise Portal, also known as an Enterprise Information Portal (EIP) or corporate portal, is a framework for integrating information, people and processes across organizational boundaries. It provides a secure unified access point, often in the form of a web-based user interface, and is designed to aggregate and personalize information through application-specific port lets. One hallmark of enterprise portals is the de-centralized content contribution and content management, which keeps the information always updated. 

EP Administration 

Module 1: Overview 

*** Brief overview of SAP
*** Overview of SAP Netweaver and EP
*** Motivation for Portals and need for SAP EP

Module 2: Technical Infrastructure

*** SAP Enterprise Portal installation
*** SAP NW Architecture
*** Portal Framework, Portal Runtime, Portal Services.
*** Building Blocks of SAP EP.
*** SAP Enterprise Portal Architecture 

Module 3: End user Perspective 

*** Portal Login and Navigation
*** Portal Interface
*** Users, Roles and Groups.
*** Super Administration, User Administration, Content Administration
*** Portal Personalization 

Module 4: User Management 

*** Overview and Architecture
*** User Management Engine.
*** User Management Tools

Module 5: Portal Security

*** Security Concepts
*** Introduction to Authentication
*** Authorization Concepts
*** Single Sign On
*** Network Security
Module 6: Portal Platform Content

*** Content Object Model
*** Portal Content
*** Portal Content Catalog
*** Portal Content Studio
*** Object relations: Delta Links and copies
*** Working with iViews and Pages
*** Working with Worksets and Roles
*** Delegated Content Administration
*** Introduction to business packages
*** Design Changes and Branding

Module 7: Connectors

*** Portal Landscape
*** SAP Java Connector
*** Configuring of Java connector (JCO)
*** Integrating SAP systems 

Module 8: Knowledge Management & Collaboration 

*** Understanding Knowledge Management
*** Content Management (CM)
*** Search and Classification (TREX)
*** Collaboration & Unification Overview
*** Collaboration Rooms (CR)
*** Real Time collaboration
*** EP Development

Module 10: SAP Java development environment 

*** Sap Net Weaver developer studio
*** SAP Component Model

Module 11: Web dynpro Introduction

*** Introduction to Web Dynpro Architecture
*** Web dynpro Tools
*** MVC-the roots of Web dynpro
*** Life cycle of web dynpro

Module 12: The context structure at Design time

*** Types of nodes
*** The structure of context
*** Context mapping
*** Internal mapping
*** External mapping

Module 13: The context structure at runtime

*** The typed context API
*** The Generic Context API
Module 14: Introduction of UI elements
*** Putting data on Screen: Context binding
*** Controlling the behavior of UI Elements using the context binding
*** Using basic composite UI Element 

Module 15: Generic UI Services 

*** Types of value help
*** Defining static Simple type containing value set
*** Simple value selector
*** Populating DDK UI Element
*** Extended value selector: Value help for using larger value sets.
*** Dynamic type modification: pModifying the value attribute’s data type programmatically

Module 16: Dynamic UI generation

*** Introduction
*** Modification of the context & UI elements at runtime
*** The use of dynamic actions

Module 17: The Adaptive RFC Layer

*** Remote invocation of ABAP functionality
*** The creation and management of Adaptive RFC model objects
*** The management use of adaptive RFC Model Objects.
Module 18: Overview of Interactive Forms

*** Prerequisites
*** Introduction to Interactive forms

Module 19: Overview of NWDI (Net weaver development infrastructure)

Module 20: ESS/MSS

Module 21: Web Page Composer Overvie

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Placement Provided: No

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ERP NetWeaver is a web-based, open integration and application platform that serves as the foundation for enterprise service-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA) and allows the integration and alignment of people, information, and business processes across business and technology boundaries. 
It utilizes open standards to enable integration with information and applications from almost any source or technology. ERP NetWeaver is the foundation of ERP xApps and my ERP Business Suite solutions, and also powers partner solutions and customer custom-built applications. 

There are different tools in ERP NETWEAVER like EXCHANGE INFRASTRUCTURE (XI), ENTERPRICE PORTAL (EP), MOBILE TECHNOLOGY, etc 

Platform and Operations
Security
Portal
Knowledge Management
Business Intelligence
Process Integration
Application Server
Mobile
Master Data Management
Composition Environment

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The SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM) application enables you to simplify and automate procurement. SAP SRM integrates strategic practices for supplier qualification, negotiation, and contract management more tightly and cost-effectively with other enterprise functions and their suppliers' processes – through a single analytical framework and support for multichannel supplier enablement. 

With SAP SRM, you'll benefit from a supplier relationship management software application designed to achieve sustainable savings, create value-generating supplier relationships, and speed business innovation. 

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Course

Audience 

*** Project Leaders
*** (Technical) Pre-Sales
*** Application Consultants 

Prerequisites 

Essential 

Knowledge of Microsoft® Excel, Word and Powerpoint 

Recommended 

None 

Goals 

*** Implement and configure SAP Business Planning and Consolidation 7.0
Course Based on Software Release
*** SAP Business Planning and Consolidation 7.0
*** This course is relevant for the Microsoft version of the BPC application.

Content

• What is SAP Business Planning and Consolidation?
• Architecture and Terminology
• Creating an Application Set
• Creating Dimensions and Properties
• Creating Applications and Applying Dimensions
• Introduction to Logic/Calculations
• Loading and Validating Data
• Working with BPC for Excel
• Developing Reports
• Developing Input Schedules
• BPC Comments
• Book Publication
• Working with BPC Web
• Content Library
• Live Reporting
• Working with BPC for Word and BPC for PowerPoint
• Inserting Objects and Data Values
• Security Setup
• Work Status
• Creating Business Process Flows
• Enabling BPC Audit
• Case Study

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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TutorNexus.com offers the best online SAP BO training with the industry experts as their trainers. All the experienced tutors will share their experience, tips and tricks in the SAP Business Objects Online training course. We provide the best SAP BO online training course material for every individual. Our online training courses are well designed keeping the SAP certification in mind. Our Online training instructors are located globally who can train the individuals at their local times.TutorNexus.com provides the best online sap BO training in the industry. We offer the best quality, affordable SAP Business Objects online training which will help to kick start their flying career. 

SAP Business Objects Online training course details: 

Data warehousing/Dimensional modeling Practical Concepts 

• OLTP vs. OLAP
• Types of OLAP
• Dimensional modeling
• Data mart/Data warehouse Life cycle
• Star/Snow/Extended Star schema design

Database Concepts needed for Data warehousing 

• Joins & Cardinality
• Views/Materialized Views
• Date/Time Functions
• Conversion functions
• Package
• Derived table & Stored Procedure 

BOXIR3 Architecture 

• Architectural overview
• Client tier components
• Application tier components
• Intelligence tier
• Processing tier
• Data tier
• Security management
• Information flow


Universe Design

• Understanding Business Objects Universes
• Creating the Course Universe
• Building the Universe Structure
• Creating Dimension Objects
• Creating Measure Objects
• Resolving Loops in a Universe
• Resolving SQL Traps
• Using List of Values
• Applying Restrictions on Objects
• Using @Functions with Objects
• Using Hierarchies
• Deriving Tables & Indexes
• Working with Aggregate Awareness
• Designing Advanced Objects
• Creating Predefined Condition
• LOVs & Joins
• Securing Universes
• Implementing Universe Life Cycle Mgmt
• Maintaining & Optimizing Universes
• Creating Universe from Other Data sources 

Web intelligence 

• Understand concepts of Web intelligence
• Create Web Intelligence documents with Queries
• Restrict data returned by a query
• Design a report
• Enhance the presentation of data in reports
• Format a report
• Calculate data with formulas and variables
• Use multiple data sources
• Analyze data
• Manage and share Web Intelligence documents
• Work with Advanced Query techniques
• Work with calculation contexts
• Create formulas with character & date string functions
• Use "If" logic
• Work with additional reporting techniques
• Create hyperlinks 

Crystal Reports 

• Planning a Report
• Selecting Records
• Formatting a Report
• Representing Data Visually
• Distributing Reports
• Creating Basic Formulas
• Organizing Data on a Report
• Applying Section Formatting
• Applying Conditional Reporting
• Using the Repository
• Using Report Templates
• Creating Formulas
• Building Parameterized Reports
• Summarizing Data with Cross-Tabs
• Using Report Sections
• Managing Reports
• Presenting Data Visually
• Add hyperlinks to a report 

Xcelsius(SAP Dashboard Design) 

• Creating a Model
• Adding Interactivity to a Model
• Creating a Connected Model
• Connect to Crystal Reports data and create Dashboard
• Connect to Web intelligence report data and
• Create Dashboard
• Connect to Business Objects Universes
• Using Query as a web service and create Dashboard
• Use Live Office data and create Dashboard
• Use other connectivity components and create Dashboard 

Administration 

• Understand the Business Objects
• Enterprise interface & architecture
• Manage Business Objects Enterprise content
• Secure Business Objects Enterprise content
• Secure application security
• Schedule content
• Publish reports
• Identify Business Objects Enterprise architecture
• Perform common server management tasks
• Manage the Business Objects Enterprise servers 

Widgets 

Installing BI Widgets
Using BI Widgets to Access BI Content
Working with widgets
BI Widgets Content Authoring Guidelines
Auto refresh of Widgets 

Desktop Intelligence 

• Introduction to desktop intelligence
• Scope of analysis
• ZABO
• Report creation
• Saving the reports in local repository
• Publishing the report
• Report conversion (desktop) to (Webi) 

Webi-rich Client 

• Installing Web Intelligence Rich Client
• Web Intelligence Rich Client working modes
• Launching Web Intelligence Rich Client
• To set user preferences in Web Intelligence Rich Client
• Working with documents
• Working with universes in Web Intelligence Rich Client
• Accessing Web Intelligence from InfoView
• Working with queries in Web Intelligence Rich Client
• Working with reports 

Query as Web service 

• Configuring the QWS with BO System
• Creating Webservice report from Universes
• Creating WSDL reports
• Using WSDL reports in external application 

Voyager 

• Getting Started with Business Objects Voyager
• Using Queries to Analyze Cube Data
• Using Charts to Visualize Data
• Selecting Members to Display in Crosstabs and Charts
• Sorting, Filtering, and Ranking Data
• Highlighting Exceptions in Data
• Saving and Sharing Voyager Workspaces 

Security Implementation 

• Creating Secured users & group
• Creation secured connections
• Creation of Secured objects
• Creation of security at Table, Column &row level
• Creation of secured restriction set and mapping to users or groups 

OLAP Universe 

• Creation of OLAP Universe by connecting to an Info cube
• Updating the OLAP Universe (Cube)
• Creating the Custom Hierarchies in OLAP Universes.
• Accessing multiple info cubes to create an OLAP Universe 

Import Wizard\Publishing Wizard 

• Using Import wizard
• Creation of BIAR
• Migrating the BO objects
• From one CMS TO ANOTHER CMS
• Migrating the objects from one
• domain to another (dev/stage/Prod)
• Backup & Maintenance Deployment 

Business View Manager 

• Creation of Semantic layer for Crystal reports
• Creation of Dynamic list of values in Crystal reports
• Creation of Cascading list of values in Crystal reports
• Creating Data connection and Dynamic data connection
• Creation of Data foundation
• Creation of Business Element
• Creation of Business View
• Creation of LOV
• Saving the Business view to repository
• Accessing the Business View in Crystal reports using Database expert
• Creation of Crystal reports using Business
• View 

Performance Management 

• Creation of Metric Universe
• Creation of Metrics & Analytics
• Creation of Dashboard using Metric
• Creating Performance dashboards using set analysis 

Live Office Reporting 

• Describe the benefits of using Live Office
• Connect to the repository
• Navigate the Live Office menu
• Insert charts, crosstabs, and fields from a Crystal report
• Insert report parts from a Web Intelligence document
• Insert a new query based on a Universe
• Insert Live Office objects into an email
• Navigate and refresh Live Office objects
• Enable consolidated prompts
• Set refresh settings for objects
• Set parameter binding
• Take a snapshot
• Save Live Office documents to the repository
• Open and view Live Office documents from the repository

BO-SAP Integration Series

• Understanding BO-SAP Integration kit
• Configuring single sign on authentication
• Creating SAP Authentication in BO
• Importing the roles of SAP into BO
• Entitlement settings of SAP & BO System 

SAP Webi/Dashboard Reporting: 

• Creation of Web intelligence reports using Info cube & BW Query 

Comparison of all BO Versions (5.x/6.5/XIR1/XIR2/XIR3) 

• Architecture changes
• Report creation charges
• Universe level changes
• Security level changes
• Addition of new features

Performance Tuning of Database w.r.t BO 

• BO Query tuning
• BO Execution plan/Tracing
• Combined Query
• Views/Derived tables

Performance Tuning of BO 

• Universe Tuning
• Webi report Tuning
• Database Tuning
• Deployment methods
• Crystal reports tuning
• BO Query optimization & Customizatio 

Polestar/Business Explorer 

• Creating Polestar Reports
• Configuring Pole star with BO Syste

Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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SAP SEM- SAP Strategic Enterprise Management supports companies with an extensive range of analytical solutions for management of financial processes. With the Management Cockpit, SAP SEM provides you with a powerful platform for visual presentation and monitoring of key figures that is particularly geared towards users who do not have the time or opportunities to get used to complex reporting tools. 

SAP Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) shows what SAP SEM is, which business processes it covers, and which companies use it. The trainee will be introduced to the components of the SAP SEM System and their functions. 

What is SAP SEM ? 

SAP SEM course will provide you with an overall understanding of SEM functionality, along with an in-depth knowledge of how to configure business warehouse and business intelligence-based consolidations, SAP Balanced Scorecard, SAP Management Cockpit, as well as advanced integrated planning and business planning and simulation. As a result, you’ll be prepared to evaluate SEM components, consider integration and implementation strategies, and leverage SEM functionality to improve key business processes. 

Audience 

Project managers, 

• project team members,
• business analysts,
• CFOs / company controllers,
• persons involved in strategic enterprise management,
• persons involved in investor and stakeholder relations,
• persons involved in the business information center,
• prospective SEM consultants

Essential

A basic understanding of enterprise and management reporting Recommended 

SAPFIN mySAP ERP Financials Solution Overview

Course Based on Software Release :

BW 3.5

SEM 4.0

Who should take SAP SEM training? :

Consultant,
SAP Project manager,
Strategic Purchaser,
Operational purchaser,
Buyer,
Purchasing Assistant Employee,
Goods Recipient,
Purchasing Davison Manager,
Procurement manager,
End user,
Super User,
Director Purchasing,
VP Purchasing, etc

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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