SAP SCM Training Course Course, SAPTAC, Bangalore
Karnataka India 560041
Course Details: SAP SCM Training CourseCourse Fee: Not Mentioned
Course Duration: 90 Hours
Placement Provided: No
SAP calls XI an integration broker because it mediates between entities with varying requirements in terms of connectivity, format, and protocols. According to SAP, XI reduces integration costs by providing a common repository for interfaces. The central component of SAP XI is the SAP Integration Server, which facilitates interaction between diverse operating systems and applications across internal and external networked computer systems.Course SAP SCM Training SAP SCM Training Batch /Timing Flexible batch timings according to your time convenient. SAP SCM Training Week day batches Monday to Friday, 2 hours per day, total 90 hours, 60 days. SAP SCM Training weekend batches Saturday and Sunday 3 hours per day, total 90 hours, 75 days. Mode of training SAP SCM Classroom Training. Study Material Both hard copy and soft copy of SAP SCM Training material will be provided. LAB 24/7 lab facility in the institute. Server access 24/7 online server access will be provided (server can be accessed from outside the institute also). Trainers’ profile Real time consultants with 6 to 8 years of experience on SAP SCM platform, Worked on one full life cycle implementation projects,good experience in giving Training with International Standards. SAP SCM Demo session we work all 7 days a week; you can walk-in to our office to interact with the SCM trainer to understand.
Course Syllabus: SAP SCM Training Course
Unit 1: Concept and Objectives
(01) What do we mean by Supply Chain Management (02) Logistics through the ages. (03) Different views on the supply chain. (04) What is new within about Supply Chain. (05) Defining the position of Supply Chain Management. (06) Supply Chain Management: A vision. (07) Elements of Supply Chain Management. (08) Objectives and Opportunities. (09) Objectives. (10) Opportunities.
Unit 2: Systems and Architectures
(01) IT-Based Approaches. (02) Principles of ERP. (03) Supply Chain Planning Tools. (04) Customer Relationship Management. (05) System architectures. (06) Internet Basics. (07) Applications. (08) SCM Tools offered by SAP. (09) Sales Force Automation (SFA). (10) Business Information Warehouse (BW). (11) Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO). (12) APO in Business Processes. (13) Demand planning. (14) Supply Network Planning and PP-DS. (15) Supply Chain Cockpit.
Unit 3: Supply Chain Projects
(01) Industries and Supply Chain Management. (02) Perspectives. (03) Methodical Approaches. (04) Procedures. (05) Performance Measurement. (06) Benchmarking. (07) Specific Industries. (08) Hi-Tech and Electronics. (09) Automotive Industry. (10) Consumer Goods and Commerce. (11) Logistics Services.
(12) SCM - a Case History of Success.