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Nidhi infotech

Nidhi infotech, Bangalore

No. 29, 1st Floor, Nanjappa Complex K.H.Road (Double Road), Next to Vijaya Bank Bangalore
Karnataka India(IN)560027

560027
: 9535146927 ,+91-9379469667
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Nidhi infotech is a leading IT, analytical, clinical research company contributing towards the requirement of current IT & NON IT industries. At Nidhi infotech, we put our sincere efforts to match with the demand of latest technologies of the world and show them the new horizon of technology evolutions.

We also build Latest skill set in Statistical analysis, Clinical research, ERP & real time project to Fresher’s & experienced to Full fill demands of our corporate clients. Many Freshers experienced Job seekers have been benefitted from our corporate program.

Freshers & job seekers willing to update their skill set can mail to nidhiinfotech.bang@gmail.com along with heir Cv. We have been associated with leading companies in Health care, clinical research, IT & Non IT companies in Bangalore & across other part of India.

We are expertised in corporate training in the field of Software, Soft skills, International Language skills etc.

We invite any type of corporate /project requirements from small to MNC companies in India.

COURSES

Course Details

Course Syllabus

. SAP history and evolution
. Introduction to SAP-CRM
. CRM architecture
. ASAP methodology

Base Customization

1. Business partners
. BP type & roles, grouping
. BP relationships
. Partner functions
. Configuring field attributes
. Number range settings

2. Organizational Management
. Elements of organizational model
. Creating position, employee & user
. Organizational data determination

3. Product master

. Product type & grouping
. Hierarchies, category dissent type and attributes
. Number assignments
. View id Basic settings Relationships of products

4. Territory management

5. Transaction processing
. Copy
. Copy control
. Follow up transaction

6. Partner processing
. Partner functions
. Partner determination procedure
. Access sequence

7. Actions
. Action profile
. Action definition
. Processing form
. Action monitor

8. Status profile
. User status
. Status in transactions

9. Pricing
. Pricing procedure determination
. Creating condition record

10. Text determination
. Text determination procedure
. Text object
. Text ID

11. Credit management
12. Incompleteness

13. Billing


SALES
1. Introduction to basic sales cycle
2. Significance of header and item category control data
3. Structure of sales transactions

4. Activity management
. Activity monitor
. Header and item category control data
. Activity journal
. Follow up transactions

5. Lead management
. Lead document structure
. Creating lead from activity
. Header and item category control data
. Lead priorities
. group and origin

6. Opportunity management
. Opportunity document structure
. Create opportunity from lead
. Header and item category control data
. Sales life cycle and phases
. Opportunities priorities
. group and origin

7. Quotation/Order in CRM
8. Document flow

MARKETING & CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT

Customer Interaction Center Win Client
. Architecture landscape,Agent functions and processes in the IC
. Define CIC Profile and Customer-Specific Workspaces,Define Front-office framework
. Component Configuration,Action Box Configuration,CTI Configuration

Service

. Overview of CRM Service,Service Organization
. Service Products Installed Base Individual Object
. Complaints and Returns Case Management

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

1. Organization Structure
. Client
. Chart of accounts
. Company code
. Business Area

2. Fiscal Year
. Maintain Fiscal Year
. Assign Fiscal Year
. Calendar year
. Year Independent
. Year Dependent

3. Documents
. Document header
. Line items
. Document type
. Special document types
. Document number ranges
. Posting keys
. Field status definition

4. Posting periods
. Define Variant for Open Posting Periods
. Open and Close Posting periods
. Assign Posting Periods

5. Foreign Currency
. Foreign Currency keys
. Parallel currencies
. Exchange rates

6. Reference documents
. Sample documents
. Recurring documents
.
7. Other special features
. Fast entry
. Hold data
. Document parking

8. Account Receivable / Customers
. Customer Account Group
. Number Range
. Tolerance for Customer
. Create Customer Master
. Change
. Display
. Block

9. Customer Payment Terms
. Sales Invoice
. Incoming Payments
. Partial Payments
. Residual Payments
. Cash Discount Received

10. Customer Advance Payment
. Down Payment Received
. Clearing

11. Account Payable / Vendors
. Vendor Account Group
. Number Range
. Tolerance for Vendor
. Create Vendor Master
. Change
. Display
. Block

12. Vendor Payment Terms
. Purchase Invoice
. Outgoing Payments
. Partial Payments
. Residual Payments
. Cash Discount Made

13. Vendor Advance Payment
. Down Payment Made
. Clearing

14. House Bank
15. Extended Withholding Tax
16. Bills of Exchange
17. Dunning


18. Closing using New GL
. Month- end closing
. Yearend closing

19. Financial Statements
. Main structures
. Financial statement versions

20. Reports
. Standard Report
. Chart of Account Report
. Customer Report
. Vendor Report
. General Ledger Report

21. Asset Accounting
. Chart of depreciation
. Organizational Units in Fixed Assets Accounting
. Depreciation Areas
. Different depreciation methods
. Transactions in Fixed Assets Accounting
. Fixed Assets Reports

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

1. Overview:
. The HR module
. Organizational Information
. Employee Information

2. Recruitment and Personnel Development:
. The recruitment cycle
. Training and Events
. Personnel Development
. Hands On : Matching Profiles

3. Employee Benefits and Cost Management
. Benefits
. Hands On: Processing an enrollment
. Personnel Cost Planning
. Compensation Management

4. Time Management, Payroll and Travel
. Time Management
. Payroll
. Hands On: Running a payroll
. Travel Management

5. Information Display and Reporting
. Human Resources Reports
. Queries
. Hands On: Creating an ad hoc query

6. Configuring an Organizational Structure
. Create Objects
. Essential Relationships
. Create Description
. Create Department/Staff
. Add Relationships
. Maintain Plan Data
. Add account assignment to the company organizational unit
. Account assignment features
. Structure Maintenance

7. Configuring Positions
. Configure Positions
. Configure Reporting Relationships
. Produce an Organizational Structure Report

8. Executing a Personnel Action
. Hire an Employee
. Make changes to Employee Master Data
. Produce an Employee List report for the new employee

9. Using the Implementation Guide (IMG)
. Create a Project Plan
. Generate a project IMG
. Description of Vacant Position
. Use the "find" feature to locate IMG activities
. Execute IMG activity
. Maintain status of project activities

10. Establishing the Enterprise Structure
. Configuring Personnel Sub-Areas
. Employee Sub-groups
. Grouping for Work Schedules

11. Additional Organizational Assignments
. Maintain HR Master Data
. Change Organizational Assignment

12. Using Features
. Display Features
. Process Feature Decision Tree

13. Understanding Planned Working Time Connection to Basic Pay
. Display the HR Master Data
. Planned Working Time
. Basic Pay
. Work Schedules Overview
. Primary Wage Type and Employee Groupings

14. Defining Pay scale Structures
. Customizing Project Administration
. Process Feature Tariff: Decision Tree
. Choose Activity
. Change Pay scale-period parameter assignment
. Determine work area
. Create Basic Pay

15. Defining Wage Types
. Create Dialog Wage Type
. Understand Controls used to determine wage type assignment
. Define feature LGMST to default wage type assignment
. Setup indirect valuation

16. Performing Pay scale reclassification and Pay increases
. Understand how to perform pay scale reclassifications
. Configure a pay scale reclassification to a new pay scale level after employees have been in a pay scale level for one year
. Understand how to perform standard pay increases

17. Confirming the new master data configuration
. Modify an existing organizational structure to add a new organizational unit and new position
. Process a hire personnel action and confirm the functionality of the newly configured personnel sub area, employee subgroup, pay scales and wage types

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

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Course Goals/Benefits

► The course gives you expertise and understanding towards SAP Procurement (MM)
► The Course content is suitable for people with Little Knowledge or NO SAP Knowledge
► Usage of SAP Procurement Software through Navigation/Configuration
► Beneficial in finding jobs as SAP MM Consultant, Analyst, Support, Application Consultant, Functional Consultant, etc.
► Makes you a Skilled SAP SCM – Procurement Professional
► The Course Content covers SAP ECC 6.0
► Being a part of SAP means being a part of one of the most successful companies in the world, a recognized market leader. It also means being challenged like never before, taking risks, growing, and succeeding. The day you have a SAP qualification is the day you begin playing a key role in making our customers businesses the best-run businesses in the world

Course Syllabus

► Introduction to ERP Technologies
► Business Processes/Enterprise Structure in SAP
► Master Data
► Functions and Objectives of MM
► Source Determination
► Purchasing
► Release Procedure for Purchasing Documents
► Conditions or Pricing Procedure or Price Determination
► External Services Management (ESM)
► Inventory Management (IM)
► Physical Inventory (PI)
► Special Stocks and Special Procurement Types
► Valuation and Account Determination
► Integration with Other Modules
► Reports and Management Information System
► Illustrations through Industry Examples
► Hands-on Configuration Skills through Exercises & Case Studies
► Training in Business Analysis
► Personal attention to the students if needed within the duration

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

1. SAP Net weaver Business Warehouse – Overview ............................................................................... 3
1.1 Evolution ...................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Layers ........................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Basic Navigation ............................................................................................................................ 3
1.4 Workbench Functions ................................................................................................................... 3
1.5 Landscape .................................................................................................................................... 3

2 Info Objects and Master Data ............................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Types Of InfoObjects ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Creating an InfoArea ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Creating & Configuring InfoObject Catalog ................................................................................... 4
2.4 Creating & Configuring a Characteristic InfoObject ...................................................................... 4
2.5 Creating & Configuring a Key Figure InfoObject ........................................................................... 4
2.6 Creating a Unit InfoObject ............................................................................................................ 4

3 DSO’s .................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 An Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 4
3.2 Types of DSO’s ............................................................................................................................... 4
3.3 Architecture ................................................................................................................................. 4
3.4 DSO Design & Configuring ............................................................................................................. 4
3.5 Advantages & Disadvantages of DSO’s ......................................................................................... 4

4 Infocubes .............................................................................................................................................. 4
4.1 Modeling InfoCubes ...................................................................................................................... 4
4.2 The Schemas ................................................................................................................................ 4
4.3 Types of InfoCubes ........................................................................................................................ 4
4.4 Creating & Adding Dimensions ..................................................................................................... 4

5 InfoProviders ........................................................................................................................................ 4
5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 5
5.2 Design ........................................................................................................................................... 5
5.3 Infosets ......................................................................................................................................... 5
5.4 Creating an Infoset ........................................................................................................................ 5
5.5 Joins .............................................................................................................................................. 5
5.6 Virtual Providers ........................................................................................................................... 5

6 Extraction, Transformation and Loading .............................................................................................. 5
6.1 Transformation ............................................................................................................................. 5
6.2 Loading Master Data ..................................................................................................................... 5
6.3 Creating Source System ................................................................................................................ 5
6.4 Creating a DataSource .................................................................................................................. 5
6.5 Creating a DTP ............................................................................................................................... 5
6.6 Creating an InfoPackage ............................................................................................................... 5
6.7 Data Extraction .............................................................................................................................. 5
6.8 Monitor PSA ................................................................................................................................. 5
6.9 Monitor DTP ................................................................................................................................. 5
6.10 Loading Transactional Data ........................................................................................................... 5
6.11 PSA & Error Stack .......................................................................................................................... 5

7 Extraction from SAP source system ...................................................................................................... 5
7.1 Bi Content .................................................................................................................................... 5
7.2 Activation of bi content ................................................................................................................ 6
7.3 Data extraction using Lo – cockpit ................................................................................................ 6
7.4 Extraction modes .......................................................................................................................... 6
7.5 Update modes ............................................................................................................................... 6
7.6 Generic extraction ......................................................................................................................... 6
7.7 Creating, configuring a generic data source ................................................................................. 6
7.8 Extraction Queues ......................................................................................................................... 6

8 BEx Query Designer ............................................................................................................................... 6
8.1 Tool Landscape............................................................................................................................. 6
8.2 Creating a simple BEx query.......................................................................................................... 6
8.3 Defining filters ............................................................................................................................... 6
8.4 Define rows & columns ................................................................................................................. 6
8.5 Executing the query ...................................................................................................................... 6
8.6 OLAP Variables .............................................................................................................................. 6
8.7 Types of variables......................................................................................................................... 6
8.8 Processing types ............................................................................................................................ 6
8.9 Variable editor .............................................................................................................................. 6
8.10 Structures ..................................................................................................................................... 6
8.11 Selections & Formulas ................................................................................................................... 6
8.12 Conditions & Exceptions ............................................................................................................... 6

9 Administration & Monitoring ................................................................................................................ 6
9.1 DSO Administration & Maintenance ............................................................................................. 6
9.2 Info cube administration & Maintenance ..................................................................................... 7
9.3 Aggregates ................................................................................................................................... 7
9.4 Compression ................................................................................................................................ 7
9.5 Process Chains ............................................................................................................................... 7

SAP BI is a techno-functional module which would require atleast 2+ or 3 + years of experience in IT industry or hands-on experience with Database. Any candidate with a computer science background can take up this course.
On completion of the below activities , a candidate should be able to attend any interview with full confidence and increase the chances of getting a IT role as a SAP BI Consultant in any MNC’s provided he/she has a genuine IT Experience with a different technology and looking for a career leap.
Taught Activities above can be estimated to be be upto 90 hrs.

 

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

1. SAP Net weaver Business Warehouse – Overview ............................................................................... 3
1.1 Evolution ...................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Layers ........................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Basic Navigation ............................................................................................................................ 3
1.4 Workbench Functions ................................................................................................................... 3
1.5 Landscape .................................................................................................................................... 3

2 Info Objects and Master Data ............................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Types Of InfoObjects ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Creating an InfoArea ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Creating & Configuring InfoObject Catalog ................................................................................... 4
2.4 Creating & Configuring a Characteristic InfoObject ...................................................................... 4
2.5 Creating & Configuring a Key Figure InfoObject ........................................................................... 4
2.6 Creating a Unit InfoObject ............................................................................................................ 4

3 DSO’s .................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 An Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 4
3.2 Types of DSO’s ............................................................................................................................... 4
3.3 Architecture ................................................................................................................................. 4
3.4 DSO Design & Configuring ............................................................................................................. 4
3.5 Advantages & Disadvantages of DSO’s ......................................................................................... 4

4 Infocubes .............................................................................................................................................. 4
4.1 Modeling InfoCubes ...................................................................................................................... 4
4.2 The Schemas ................................................................................................................................ 4
4.3 Types of InfoCubes ........................................................................................................................ 4
4.4 Creating & Adding Dimensions ..................................................................................................... 4

5 InfoProviders ........................................................................................................................................ 4
5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 5
5.2 Design ........................................................................................................................................... 5
5.3 Infosets ......................................................................................................................................... 5
5.4 Creating an Infoset ........................................................................................................................ 5
5.5 Joins .............................................................................................................................................. 5
5.6 Virtual Providers ........................................................................................................................... 5

6 Extraction, Transformation and Loading .............................................................................................. 5
6.1 Transformation ............................................................................................................................. 5
6.2 Loading Master Data ..................................................................................................................... 5
6.3 Creating Source System ................................................................................................................ 5
6.4 Creating a DataSource .................................................................................................................. 5
6.5 Creating a DTP ............................................................................................................................... 5
6.6 Creating an InfoPackage ............................................................................................................... 5
6.7 Data Extraction .............................................................................................................................. 5
6.8 Monitor PSA ................................................................................................................................. 5
6.9 Monitor DTP ................................................................................................................................. 5
6.10 Loading Transactional Data ........................................................................................................... 5
6.11 PSA & Error Stack .......................................................................................................................... 5

7 Extraction from SAP source system ...................................................................................................... 5
7.1 Bi Content .................................................................................................................................... 5
7.2 Activation of bi content ................................................................................................................ 6
7.3 Data extraction using Lo – cockpit ................................................................................................ 6
7.4 Extraction modes .......................................................................................................................... 6
7.5 Update modes ............................................................................................................................... 6
7.6 Generic extraction ......................................................................................................................... 6
7.7 Creating, configuring a generic data source ................................................................................. 6
7.8 Extraction Queues ......................................................................................................................... 6

8 BEx Query Designer ............................................................................................................................... 6
8.1 Tool Landscape............................................................................................................................. 6
8.2 Creating a simple BEx query.......................................................................................................... 6
8.3 Defining filters ............................................................................................................................... 6
8.4 Define rows & columns ................................................................................................................. 6
8.5 Executing the query ...................................................................................................................... 6
8.6 OLAP Variables .............................................................................................................................. 6
8.7 Types of variables......................................................................................................................... 6
8.8 Processing types ............................................................................................................................ 6
8.9 Variable editor .............................................................................................................................. 6
8.10 Structures ..................................................................................................................................... 6
8.11 Selections & Formulas ................................................................................................................... 6
8.12 Conditions & Exceptions ............................................................................................................... 6

9 Administration & Monitoring ................................................................................................................ 6
9.1 DSO Administration & Maintenance ............................................................................................. 6
9.2 Info cube administration & Maintenance ..................................................................................... 7
9.3 Aggregates ................................................................................................................................... 7
9.4 Compression ................................................................................................................................ 7
9.5 Process Chains ............................................................................................................................... 7

SAP BI is a techno-functional module which would require atleast 2+ or 3 + years of experience in IT industry or hands-on experience with Database. Any candidate with a computer science background can take up this course.
On completion of the below activities , a candidate should be able to attend any interview with full confidence and increase the chances of getting a IT role as a SAP BI Consultant in any MNC’s provided he/she has a genuine IT Experience with a different technology and looking for a career leap.
Taught Activities above can be estimated to be be upto 90 hrs.

 

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details

Course Syllabus

R/3 Overview, Architecture & Development Workbench

Introduction
Navigation
R/3 System Overview
R/3 System Infrastructure
Functional Overview
Tools of DW
Object Browser
ABAP/4 Dictionary
ABAP/4 Editor
Function Library.
Screen Painter
Menu Painter
Workbench Organizer

NIDHI INFOTECH

Debugger
ABAP/4 Dictionary
R/3 Tables in Relational Database
. Basic Object
. Tables
. Structures
. Database Elements
. Domains Aggregate Objects
. Views
. Search Helps
. Lock Objects
. Table Maintenance Generator

Reporting

SQL used in ABAP/4
Data Declaration
Simple Report
Function and Subroutines
Internal Tables
Logical Databases
Interactive Reporting
ALV reporting

Data Upload

Concepts
Generating and Reporting a Sequential data set
Structure of a Batch input program
Call Transaction Method
LSMW

NIDHI INFOTECH

Introduction to BAPI
Creating and Maintaining a Batch Jobs
Basic knowledge of transport management (CTS)

SAP Script & Smart Forms

Overview of SAP Script
Elements
Standard text
Layout set
Styles
Print Program

Screen & Menu Painter

GUI status
GUI title
Screen Editor
Screen attributes

Dialog Programming

Basic Concepts
Flow Logic
Top Include
PBO include
PAI include
SUB include
Transaction
NACE Transaction
Advanced Techniques

NIDHI INFOTECH

Creating & Maintaining a Batch jobs.
Pointers

Enhancements

Introduction
Enhancement v/s Modifications
Process of finding Enhancements
Types of Exits
Screen Exits
Function Exits.
Table Appends
BADIS and OOPS
Introduction to EDI and ALE
Recap and Performance Tuning
MM and PP overview
SD and FI/CO overview
Basic Knowledge on Customization (SPRO)

Case Study and Hands on Assignment
. Project Exposure
. Interview preparation
. Resume preparation
. Mock Interviews

Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

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