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Sapphire Global, Kormangala

#72/33, 1st Floor, 80 feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore Kormangala
Karnataka India(IN)560

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Sapphire Global Consulting Services is a management consulting, technology and resource augmentation services company established in the year 2006 headquartered at Bengaluru the hub of IT City.

Sapphire is poised to provide end-to end business solutions to domestic and global clients, bringing in high value consulting, complex technology implementations and education services. Sapphire integration people, process and platform in order to achieve the desired result.

We believe in our approach which is focused on achieving a measurable return of Investment through our services and solutions.

Our solutions and services are designed to deliver best-in-class results across a wide spectrum of domains and technologies.


Course Details


The SAP Financial Accounting (FI) module provides integrated, on-line, real-time functionality for processing, recording and maintaining the financial accounting transactions of the business for external reporting purposes

For those who are in the Finance/Accounting Profession who wish to develop into a creative and interactive scenario by which they can apply their hands-on experience & expertise to another level of fantastic intellectual stimulation, SAP FI/CO Implementation & Configuration is truly the ultimate. Their expertise will render them to very swiftly master its technical configuration – for the concepts are all part of every Finance/Accounting Professional’s innate thought-process – and - the SAP modules follow a thorough schematic pattern by which all functionalities & technicalities are logically laid-out.

The CO Application Module provides integrated functionality for the management and reporting of cost and revenue information used for internal business decision making.

Company-wide control and integration of financial information is essential to strategic decision making.

Controlling (CO) is the term by which SAP refers to “Managerial Accounting”. The Organizational Elements in CO are Operating Concern, Controlling Area, and Cost Centers. Hence, the SAP CO Module helps management by providing reports on cost centers, profit centers, contribution margins, profitability, etc. It focuses on internal users, in contrast to FI – which focuses on data drawn for external reporting. The transactions posted in FI are transferred to CO for cost accounting processing, analytical reporting, and audit-controlling spectrums.

There can be either a one-to-one relationship or there can be one-to-many relationship between Controlling Areas Verses Company Codes. Hence, CO becomes the governing module that oversees the consolidation of costing data whereby management can derive their perspectives for analysis.

What you Learn :

Course Goals:

Business Process

How FICO Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Unit 1 : SAP FI – Enterprise Structure 



Unit 2 : Financial Accounting Global Settings

Fiscal Year Variant

Posting Period Variant 

Field Status Variant 

Posting Keys

Tolerance Groups

Document Types

Unit 3 : General Ledger Accounting 

Chart of Accounts

Account Groups

Retained Earnings Account

GL Master Records

Open item Management

Line item Display

Sort Key 

Automatic Posting 

General Topics in GL 

Parking Documents

Sample Document 

Recurring Document 

Foreign Currency Translation

Cross Company Code Transactions 

Unit 4 : Accounts Payable

Vendor Account Groups

Number Ranges for Vendor Account groups

Tolerance groups for Vendors

Vendor Master records

General Data

Company Code Data

Purchase Organizational Data

Vendor Advance Posting

Create GL account for alternate reconciliation 

Define alternate reconciliation for Down payment made 

Payment Terms 

Create GL Account for Cash Discount

Define Terms of payments

Vendor Also become a Customer

Automatic Payment Program

Define Bank Master Records

Define House Bank

Define Cheque Lots

Automatic Payment Program 

All Company Codes

Paying Company Codes

Payment Methods In Country

Payment Methods In Company Code

Bank Determination

Unit 5 : Accounts Receivable 

Customer Account Groups

Number Ranges for Customer Account Groups

Assign Number Ranges to Customers

Tolerance Groups for Customers

Customer  Master Records

General Data 

Company Code Data

Sales Organization 

Customer Advance Posting

Create GL Account For alternate reconciliation

Define alternate reconciliation for Customer Down payment

Payment Terms

Create GL Account For Cash Discount Received

Define Payment Terms

Assign Payment terms in Customer master Record

Define automatic Posting for Cash Discount 

Customer Also become a Vendor 

Bill of Exchange 

Create GL Account for Bill of Exchange

Create GL Account For Bills Discounting

Create GL Account for Cash Discount

Define alternate Reconciliation Account for Bill of Exchange

Define Bank Sub Account


Define Dunning Area

Define Dunning Procedure

Assign Dunning Procedure in Customer Master Record. 

Unit 6 : Asset Accounting

Chart of Depreciation

Copy Reference Chart of Depreciation.

Create 0% Purchase & Sales Tax Codes for non Taxable transactions.

Assign 0% Tax codes to non taxable Transactions.

Assign Company Code to Chart of Account.

Depreciation Area 

Define Depreciation Area.

Determine Depreciation Area in Asset Class 

Asset Class

Define Account Determination

Define Screen Layout 

Create number ranges for asset class

Create Asset Class

Integration with the GL Account

Creation of GL Accounts

Assign GL Accounts 

Valuation Methods

Define Base Method

Define Multilevel method

Define Period Control method

Depreciation Key

Asset Master Record 

Creation of Screen layout for Asset master records

Create Screen layout for Depreciation ( Layout ) area

Define Document Types for Depreciation Posting

Asset End user Transactions

Creation of Asset Master Record

Asset Acquisition/Purchase Posting

Asset Explorer

Asset Depreciation Run

Retirement of Asset with Sale/Scrap 

Unit 7 : FI – General Topics

Foreign Exchange

Cash Journal

Interest Calculation


Tax On Sales/Purchases 

Extended Withholding Taxes

Unit 8 : CO – Controlling 

Controlling Area /Organizational Structure

Define Controlling area

Maintain Number Ranges

Maintain Plan Versions

Cost Element Accounting

Primary Cost Elements

Revenue Cost Elements

Secondary Cost Elements

Cost Center Accounting

Activate Cost Center Accounting

Define New Field Status for Cost Center mandatory 

Master Data 

Creation of Cost Centers

Create Cost Center Groups/Cost Center Hierarchy 

Cost Center Planning

Cost Center Reposting 

Cost Center Assessment

Cost Center Distribution 

Internal orders

Activate Internal order 

Define Internal Order Types

Create New Field Status Variant for Making I/O Mandatory

Master Data

Create Internal orders

Create Internal order Groups

Internal order Planning

Internal order Settlement 

Profit Center Accounting

Set Controlling area

Define Dummy Profit Center

Set Controlling area parameters

Maintain Plan Versions

Master Records

Create Profit Centers

Create Profit Center Group

Assign Profit Center to Cost Centers   

Unit  9: SAP Integration Between FI-SD & FI – MM

Integration Between FI –SD

Integration Between FI – MM

Unit 10 : SAP FICO – Reports

Month End reports

Year End Reports 

Financial Statement Versions

SAP FICO Training Duration                                                                                                    

Total: 35 - 45 days

Week days (Mon to Fri): 2 hrs per day 


Weekends (Sat & Sun): 4 hrs each day

Fast Track Duration: 20-25 days

SAP FICO Training Services                                                                                                    

Course Structure:  

We provide 3 courses with one Module: 

SAP Foundation Course

SAP Module course

Solution Manager Course

Objective of Foundation Course:

Business Process 

To know more about SAP History, Products 

Introducing of SAP Terminology and Technology 

SAP Navigation 

SAP Modules and Server arch structure etc. 

Objective of SAP Module Course: 

Implementation training 

End-User training 

Integration Training 

Object of Solution Manager:   

ASAP Methodologies 

System Landscape 

Live Project Training 

Data Migration Tools

Transportation System

Our Program includes Training followed by the placement. 


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


The Sales and Distribution (SAP SD) consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Order to Cash process. It includes the following information and processes:

Customer Master and Material Master data

Sales Orders




Credit Management

Course Goals:

Business Process

How SD Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

• Process in Sales and Distribution 

• Basics in Sales and Distribution transaction 

• Sales doc structure 

• Presales process to complete sales doc. 

• Sales transaction and its basics 

• Sales Organizations and enterprise architecture. 

• Sales org's units and its contents creation and assigning 

• Org units in sales process and objectives:

2. Enterprise overview and creation with cross module overview: 

• Overview of Enterprise structure and its relation ship with MM and FI view 

• Transaction process and its relation ship. 

• Relation between Fi and SD. 

• Creation of org structures in Sales area and its corresponding units. 

3. Sales order creation and understand the business needs and information process and its relation. 

• Sales order processing from the SAP point of view. 

• Information process in sales view: Where and how the sales order is being processed. 

• Understand and create Business partners and master data. 

• Automatic information process in sales view :: e.g.: plants 

• Exploring business process in sales order.: changes to sales order docs 

• Understand the sales process blocks. 

4. The behavior and control of sales docs with sales doc types. 

• The business objectives and its importance. 

• Function and process in controlling and customizing sales doc types 

• Business process in sales and its functions 

• phases in sales and its doc category types and how to control sales doc types 

• Doc types functions 

• Customizing doc types for sales process and assigning to specific sales areas. 

• Process and functions and customizing of the sales doc types. 

• Sales doc types and its comparison 

5. Modifying the sales doc types with item category according to the business needs. 

• Key Process in determining and customizing the item categories and its examples and its purpose. 

• Item category functionality overview, and variation, and its outcome. 

• Creating of Item category and linking them to customized sales doc types. 

• Item Categories and item Category Determination. 

• BOM : Bills of materials in sales doc and its purpose in sales process 

• How to create and process with different functionality and its rules. 

6. Sales document and item schedule control. 

• The nature of the doc type and its categories: schedule line and its functionality. 

• Exploring schedule line categories. 

• The process and functions in creating and linking schedule line categories to sales doc types. 

7. The flow of screens in sales and data transformation from doc type to doc type. 

• Understanding of doc flow and completion status of the doc process. 

• Copying control in Sales docs and its usage. 

8. Special Business sales process and its transaction. 

• Order types, output types, and how delivery is planned if certain goods are to be free or priced. 

• Consignments: business process and its various special issues in business process. 

• The nature of the order type and the business requirements. Fill-up, pickup, issues, billing. 

9. Document process in Incompletion. 

• What are the impacts of incompletion rule and its behavior in sales docs. 

• How to customizing the incompletion for a given sales doc. 

• Controlling the Incompletion log. 

• At what level it is used and how. 

10. What and who are business partners and its determination. 

• How to configure the business partners and its business needs. 

• Partner functions and nature of relationship. 

• Partners in sales process. 

• Customers Master and Account Group. 

• Role of partner function per account groups. 

• Partner determination and its procedures. 

• Partner determination for sales docs.

11. Outline agreements and its overview. 

• Understanding of outline agreements. 

• Sales doc types for different outline agreements. 

• How to schedule outline agreement. 

• Quantity contract. 

• Messages about open outline agreements. 

• How the data is activated for contracts; and 

• how to determine the dates for these kind of contract agreements 

• Creation and exploring them to complete the process in agreements. 

• Scheduling agreements, Rental contract, value contract and Partners authorization to release. 

• Customizing for item categories in the value contract. 

12. Material Determination. 

• Material inclusion and mat Exclusion 

• Creation of Material Determination Master Record 

• Procedure in condition technique listing and exclusion 

• Hands on material determination and product selection and material Listing and material Exclusion. 

13. Free goods and its sales process. 

• Understanding business process and needs in free goods concept overview 

• Exploring free goods and customizing free goods. 

• Hands on free goods process. Condition technique, free goods master data, free goods calculation rule. 

• Enjoy SAP Reward: Sales Scenarios. Test your skills.


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


SAP MM stands for Materials Management and this is part of SAP Logistics which helps you manage end-to-end procurement and logistics business processes, from requisitioning to payment

• Requisitions

• Purchase orders

• Goods receipts

• Accounts payable

• Inventory management

• BOM’s

• Master raw materials, finished goods etc

What you Learn

Course Goals:

Business Process

How MM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Section 1: Introduction

o Introduction about Business Process

o Introduction about ERP

o Introduction about SAP

• Overview of SAP Architecture

• Introduction to various modules in SAP

Section 2: Processes in Procurement 

     Unit Basics of Procurement Process

      Unit Master Data

      Unit Procurement of Stock Material

      Unit Procurement of Consumable Material

      Unit Procurement of External Services

      Unit Reporting in MM

Section 3: Materials Planning

Unit Basics

Unit Planning Run

Unit Lot-Size Calculation

Unit Reorder Point Planning and Planning Evaluation

Section 4: Purchasing Details & Optimization

Unit Introduction to Purchasing Details

Unit Outline Agreements

Unit Source Determination

Unit Optimized Purchasing

Section 5: Inventory Management / Physical Inventory

Purchasing Details & Optimization

Unit Inventory Management: Overview

Unit Goods Receipts

Unit Reservations and Goods Issues

Unit Stock Transfers and Transfer Postings

Unit Consignment

Unit Subcontracting

Unit Physical Inventory Management

Section 6: Valuation & Account Determination

Unit Introduction to Material Valuation

Unit Valuation and Account Assignment

Unit Material Price Changes

Unit Special Inventory Management Features

Section 7: Invoice Verification

Unit Introduction to Invoice Verification

Unit Basic Invoice Verification Procedure

Unit Taxes, Cash Discounts, and Foreign Currency

Unit Variances and Blocking Reasons

Unit Invoice Reduction

Unit Variances without Reference to an Item

Unit Invoices for POs with Account Assignment

Unit Delivery Costs

Unit Subsequent Debits/Credits

Unit Credit Memos and Reversals

Unit Invoice Verification in the Background

Unit ERS and Invoicing Plans

Unit Releasing Blocked Invoices

Unit GR/IR Account Maintenance

Unit Conventional Invoice Verification

Unit Customizing for Invoice Verification

Section 8: Classification & Related Areas in MM Unit Classification

Unit Document Release (Approval) Procedure

Unit Batch Management

Section 9: ASAP

Unit ASAP Overview

Unit Implementation Roadmap

Section 10: Cross-Functional Customizing

Unit Global Settings

Unit MM Organizational Levels: Business Scenario

Unit Master Data in Materials Management

Unit Purchasing

Unit Pricing

Unit Inventory Management


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


In business, just about everything can be viewed as a Project. The decision to use PS depends on the degree of complexity and functionality desired. SAP R/3 has other modules that offer objects capable of emulating a project—Production Planning, Sales & Distribution, Controlling with Internal Orders, and Customer Services, to name a few. But none has the depth of structure, integration, and complexity available in PS. What exactly is PS? It is a repository for planning, collecting, and generating costs and revenue via a structure that truly represents what you are doing over a period of time. How simple is that? As simple or complex as you want it to be. If it has a start, a middle, and an end—it’s probably a project. Everything associated with a project revolves around what SAP terms Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs) and Networks. These are the objects that do all the work and carry information about what the project will do. They can trigger events, schedule work, and generate demands for materials and services required to carry out the project. The SAP R/3 manual defines Projects variously: “ Generally complex, unique, having a high degree of risk, having precise goals, are limited in duration, are cost and capacity intensive, are subject to quality control and have strategic importance to the company carrying out the project.”

“Projects can be structured according to how the project is organized and the process involved in carrying out the project.”“Projects are generally used as cost and revenue collectors.” 

Course Goals:

Business Process

How PS Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Unit 1 – Create Project Structure & Work Breakdown Structures

Unit 2 – Create Network Activity

Unit 3 – Create Project Plan (Cost Planning & Project Planning Board)

Unit 4 – Create Requisitions & Purchase Orders for WBS

Unit 5 – Complete Network Activity

Unit 6 – Settle Network Activity to WBS

Unit 7 – Settlement to Asset under Construction

Unit 8 – Run Project Reports

Unit 9 – Create Final Settlement Rules

Unit 10 – Project Closeout and Final Settlement


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


The Human Resources module (SAP HR) consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Hire to Retire (or, as some say, Fire) process. It includes the following information and processes.

SAP Human Resources (HR) Components or Sub-Components:

Personnel Management

      - Personnel Administration

      - Recruitment

      - Organization Structure

      - Compensation Management

      - Personnel Development

Organizational Management

Travel Management

Time Management


Course Goals:

Business Process

How HR/HCM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Unit 1 : Introduction on ERP and SAP

• Introduction to ERP & SAP.

• Overview on SAP HR Sub modules

• Introduction to Project Implementation with ASAP methodology & Road map

• System Landscape – 3tier Architecture & Sand Box

• New Platforms of SAP Architecture.

• Need of Technical/Administration/Portal Consultants in Functional Environment

• Importance of Core and Functional teams in Project implementation

• Introduction to Portal based Modules in SAP HCM and HR operations.

Unit 2 : Structures in SAP HCM

Enterprise Structure - Definition and Assignment


Company code

Personnel Area

Personnel Sub area

Personnel Structure – Definition and Assignment

Employee group

Employee sub group

Payroll area and Control Record (with Retroactive Accounting)

Pay scale structure

Pay scale type

Pay scale area

Pay scale group

Pay scale level

Organizational Structure and Organizational Plan

Unit 3 : Personnel Administration

• Info types, Sub types and Time Constraints

• Info types ranges in SAP HCM.

• Features in SAP HCM – Importance and various feature configurations according to requirement.

• Number Ranges for Employee personnel numbers – Internal & External with feature setup.

• Customizing user procedures:

Configuration of Personnel actions - Info group – Action menu




Organizational re-assignment


Dynamic actions – Use, Configuration with Business requirements.

Info type menus

Additional Action – activation and its use

Customizing user interfaces:

Info type screen modifications

Info type Header modifications

Administrator group & defaulting through feature.

Discussions on Business requirements in OM & PA modules in combine for easy understanding of real time Business scenarios.

Integration settings with OM and PA

Master Data – definition and its use in SAP HCM

Financial Accounting Global Settings

Global Parameters

Fiscal Year variants

Posting Periods

Employee attributes

Unit 4 : Organizational Management

• Organizational Management Introduction

• Objects

• Relationships

Structure of Relationships

Syntax of relationship

• Methods of creating Org. structure

Simple maintenance

Expert Mode

Organizational and staffing.

Menu guided, Open and Action guided methods.

• Editing of Objects and Relationships

• Validity period

• Info type in OM

• Plan version – Definition and setting of new plan versions.

• Object Number ranges.

• Evaluation path.

Unit 5 : Time Management

• Introduction to Time Management – Time management process in HR domain and SAP HCM Time management differentiation - a discussion.

• Positive and Negative Time recording – With Business process discussion

• Public holidays - Configuration of different types of Holidays.

• Holiday calendar with Business scenarios – Applicability with Enterprise structure.

• Factory calendar in HCM perspective.

• Grouping - Personnel sub area & Employee sub group Groupings in Time Management

• Work schedules

Break schedules

Daily work schedules (With Variants – with business scenarios)

Period work schedules

• Day types and Day type selection rules.

• ESG, Holiday calendar assignment for PSA.

• Work schedule rules.

• Time data recording and administration

• Introduction to Absences and Attendance

• Absences quotas Configuration

• Counting rules for Absences/Attendances.

• Deduction Rules

• Assignments of different rules in Absences/Attendances.

• Time management info types

• Quota Update

• Manual (PA30)

• Through Report RPTQTA00

• Through Time Evaluation (RPTIME00)

• Positive Time recording – Understanding of different Time evaluation Schemas used.

• How to use Positive time Evaluation in the organizations with different business scenarios.

Unit 6 : Interfaces & CATS in Time Management

• Introduction to Time Sheet in Time Evaluation

• What is Cross Application Time Sheet (CATS)? – Overview and usage in various time business scenarios.

• CATS – Roles an Authorizations

• Profile setup for data entry in CATS

• Time Interface development required in Positive Time management.

• Use of Time management process with ESS/MSS scenarios – Leave Application, Time booking, Approvals for HR Master Data update

Unit 7: Payroll

• Pay Scale & Remuneration Structure

• Payment date setup and modifications.

• Concept Grouping in payroll

• Wage Type Structure

Setting Up Wage Types

Wage type characteristics

Default Wage Types

• Essentials of Payroll.

• Entering Payroll Data

• Organizing a Live Payroll Run

• Payroll Process

• Payroll Reports

Unit 8: Benefits

• Introduction Benefits – Country dependency.

• Benefit Area

• Benefit Providers

• Employee eligibility

• Benefit info types

• Integration of Benefits to Payroll

• Check the results in Payroll

Unit 9: Recruitment

• Introduction to Recruitment

• Workforce requirement and Advertisement


Recruitment instruments

Address for recruitment instruments

• Applicant Administration

Personnel Officer

Applicant structure

Applicant Group, Range & unsolicited Applicant group

• Applicant Selection

Applicant status text

Overall and Vacancy status

Applicant status reason

Permissibility of status reason to status

• Applicant Data

Creating of new Advertisement

Receipt of application

Applicant Actions

• Transferring of applicant data to Personnel Administration

Unit 10: Training and Event Management

• Training and Events – An introduction

• Training requirement

• Defining Cost of Training

• Location/Building address for the Training or business event

• Business Event group

• Business Event type

• Maintaining employee data for Business event type

• Multiple business scenarios like pre-book, Cancelation and re-book etc., for attendance

Unit 11: Personnel Development

• Introduction to PD

• Career & Succession Planning

• Qualification and Catalogue

• Profile Matchup


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


Production Planning consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Plan to Produce process. It includes the following information and processes:

Material Master, Bill of Material, Routing and Work Center data

Sales and Production Plans

Long Term Planning

Demand Management

Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

Capacity Planning

Production Orders


Course Goals:

Business Process

How PP Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Section 1: SAP Overview

Unit Introduction to SAP

Unit Basis

Unit SAP Services

Unit Co-operative Business Scenarios


Unit Navigation

Unit System-wide Concepts

Unit Enterprise Structure

Section 2: Manufacturing Planning and Execution for Discrete and Repetitive

Unit Introduction

Unit Master Data

Unit Planning and Execution with Final Assembly

Unit Make-to-Stock Production

Unit Make-to-Order Production

Unit Repetitive Manufacturing/ KANBAN

Unit Special Topics

Section 3: Classification

Unit Introduction

Unit Basic Functionality

Unit More Functionality

Unit Object Dependencies

Section 4: Variant Configuration

Unit Introduction to Variant Configuration

Unit Material Masters, Bill of Material and Routings

Unit Integration

Content: Variant Configuration

Section 5: Basic Data

Unit Material Master Records

Unit Configuring Material Master Records

Unit BOM Management

Unit BOM Reporting Functions

Unit Variants and Alternatives

Unit PP Organization Structures and Basic Data Overview

Unit Routing Part 1

Unit Work Center

Unit Routing Part 2

Unit Work Scheduling in Detail

Unit Scheduling

Unit Engineering Workbench

Unit Summary

Section 6: Production Planning

Unit Overview

Unit Demand Management

Unit MRP Run

Unit Processing MRP Results

Unit Master Production Scheduling

Unit Long-term Planning

Unit Technical Information on How the Planning Run Works

Unit MRP Areas

Section 7: Product Cost Planning

Unit Introduction

Unit Reference and Simulation Costing

Unit Material Costing without Quantity Structure

Unit Material Costing with Quantity Structure

Section 8: Repetitive Manufacturing

Unit Overview of Production Types

Unit Master Data

Unit Planning

Unit Material Staging

Unit back flushing

Unit Evaluations

Content: Repetitive Manufacturing

Section 9: Production Orders

Unit Overview

Unit Order Structure and Processing

Unit Order Creation/ Order Change

Unit Order Release

Unit Printing Order Documents

Unit Material Staging

Unit Order Control

Unit Confirmations

Unit Goods Receipt

Unit Cost Object Controlling/ Order Archiving and Deletion

Unit Information Systems

Unit Mass Processing and Automation

Section 10: Logistics Information System

Unit Data Warehouse Concepts

Unit Standard Analyses in LIS

Unit Early Warning System

Unit Flexible Analyses in LIS

Unit LIS Environment

Content: Logistics Information System


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


SAP Quality Management (QM) assures that products meet stringent regulatory standards, are safe and uniform, and meet company product specifications. SAP QM processes are thoroughly integrated into the manufacturing process.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How QM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Overview of Quality management

Quality management in the supply chain

Basic Principles

Supply chain management

Overview of QM 

               1. Procurement


                3. Sales and distribution

                4. Customer service

Quality and inspection planning

Basic principles

Overview of quality and inspection planning

Basic data; General master data 

Basic quality and Inspection planning data

QM inspection plan

Quality planning in Procurement

            1. Material master and Quality info record

            2. Incoming inspection

Quality planning in Production

Quality Inspection

Basic Principles

Inspection lot creation

Result recording

Inspection lot completion

Inspection cost

Sample management

Quality inspection in Production

Quality inspection in Procurement

Quality control

Basic principles

Usage Decision

Quality level

Statistical process control

Dynamic modification of inspection severity and inspection frequency

Batch logs

Quality Notifications

Basic principles

Quality notification in Procurement

Quality notification in production

Quality notification in Sales and distribution

Information system and evaluation

Basic principles

Executing information system

Report lists

Classification & Related Areas in QM/MM Unit Classification

Unit Batch Management

Basic principle Classification



Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


SAP Warehouse Management ( WM ) module handles the management of the entire warehouse. The key operations are picking, putaway, STOs, handling unit management etc. You will gain a thorough understanding of handling stock at the bin level, logging stock changes using RFid and WMs interaction with IM ( Inventory Management ). 

Course Goals:

Business Process

How WM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Overview of ware house management

Organization structure

Master data

• Material master view 

• Creating storage bins

• Stock placements /stock removal

• Transfer requirements

Stock movements

• External goods receipt 

• Goods movement for production

• Confirming transfer order

• Goods issue for sales order

• Picking for delivery

• Manual WMW procedures

• Creating transfer requirements

• Transferring stock

Inventory management in WM

• Inventory procedures 

• Continuous and annual inventory

• Carrying out continuous inventory

• Carrying out annual inventory

• Creating and printing inventory records

• Entering counting results

• Completing inventory

Ware house stock keeping

• Storage unit management 

• Stock placement

• Storage unit stock

• Stock removal

• Ware house controlling

• Standard analysis

• Flexible analysis

• Goods receiving with warehouse stock keeping

• Goods receiving via an identification

• Release from bin with stock keeping unit

• Release from bin via picking indicator


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


Plant Maintenance operates the overall maintenance business processes and functions. The Plant Maintenance module allows a maintenance organization to:

Identify, document, and correct failures and degradations of any assets for which they have responsibility.

Plan and schedule activities to prevent or predict failures and keep assets and processes operating within design specifications

Course Goals:

Business Process

How PM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

1. Organizational Units and Master Data in Plant Maintenance 

Organizational Units

      - Maintenance Plant and Planning Plant

      - Work Centers

      - Storage Locations 

Functional Locations

      - Structure Indicator

      - Reference Location and Functional Location

      - Creation Options

      - Data Transfer 


      - Installation/Dismantling at Functional Locations

      - Equipment Hierarchy

      - Change Documentation

      - Equipment Category 

Material and Serial Numbers

      - Serial Number Profile

      - Goods Movement and Warehouse Stock

      - Valuation Batches 

Bills of Material (BOM)

      - Assemblies

      - BOM Categories

      - Item Categories

      - Change Documentation 

Additional Functions

      - Configuration

      - Classification

      - Measuring Points and Counters

      - Partners and Addresses

      - Document Link

      - Status Management

      - Permits and Warranties

      - Data Transfer 

2. Maintenance Processing

Breakdown Maintenance 

Preventive Maintenance Processing

      - Notification Types

      - Objects and Object Information

      - Catalogs and Catalog Profiles

      - List Viewer for Notifications and Orders

      - Order Type

      - Object List

      - Operation List 

      - Relationships

      - Material List

      - Availability Check

      - Order Release and Printing

      - Material Withdrawal

      - Completion Confirmation in Time

      - Technical Completion Confirmation

      - Technical Completion

      - Action Log and Document Flow 

Processing External Services

      - External Services as Individual Purchase Order

      - External Services with External Work Centers

      - External Services with Service Entry Sheets 

Processing Refurbishment Tasks

      - Valuation Type and Valuation Category in the Material Master

      - Refurbishment Without Serial Numbers

      - Refurbishment with Serial Numbers

      - Inventory Management and Controlling 

Processing Maintenance Projects

      - Planning and Executing Maintenance Projects

      - Completion, Settlement, and Monitoring of Maintenance Projects 

CATS - Cross-Application Time Sheets

      - Data Entry Profile

      - Data Entry Sheet

      - Data Transfer 

Capacity Planning

      - Scheduling

      - Work Center and Available Capacity

      - Capacity Leveling

      - Employee Assignment 

3. Controlling Functions in Plant Maintenance

Plant Maintenance in the Organizational Structures of Accounting 

      - Budget Planning and Monitoring

      - Cost Estimation

      - Planned/Actual Cost Determination

      - Order Settlement

      - Logistics Information System (LIS)

      - Plant Maintenance Information System (PMIS)

      - Enhancement Options 

4. Preventive Maintenance

  Task List Management

  - Task List and Order

      - Profile and User Fields

      - Component Assignment

      - Task List and Order 

      Single Cycle Plan

      - Structure

      - Scheduling Indicator

      - Deadline Monitoring 

Strategy Plan

      - Maintenance Strategy

      - Task List and Maintenance Strategy 

Performance-Based Maintenance Planning

      - Counters and Measurement Documents

      - Maintenance Plan Scheduling 

Maintenance Planning with Several Counters

      - Cycle Sets

      - Link Type  


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Course Details


ABAP stands for “Advanced Business Application Programming”

It is a 4th generation programming language, developed in the ‘80s. All the modules of SAP are written in ABAP. The main purpose of this language is released into the market for developers, is to develop applications and generate reports on the SAP R/3 system. The language is also used by the customers of SAP in customizing it for their specific purposes. ABAP is a first of its kind language which included logical databases and thus provides high level of abstraction from the central database

Course Goals:

Business Process

How ABAP Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Introduction about Business Process

Introduction about ERP

Introduction about Sap

o Overview of SAP architecture

o Introduction to various modules in SAP

2.Data dictionary : For maintaining SAP database we use these data dictionary objects.

• Creation of table

• Domain

• Data element

• Structure

• Views

• Search helps

• Type group

• Lock objects

3. Basics In Programming: Basic concepts & techniques using in ABAP programming.

• Data type & Data objects

• Work area

• Internal Tables

• Message class & Type of messages

• Joins

• Modularization Techniques

4. Reporting : For creating reports in ABAP we use these reporting concepts.

• Classical reporting

• Interactive reporting

• ALV reports

5. BDC : It’s called Batch Data Conversion or Batch Data communication. With these methods we can upload data from non SAP applications.

• Call Transaction Method

• Session Method

• Recording


6. Dialog Programming: For creating new applications we use dialog programming. We can create screens here.

7. SAP scripts: with these scripts we can create forms. Sales orders, purchase orders, dunning letters etc. In other words scripts are useful for printing hard copies of these sales orders, dunning letters etc.

8. Smart forms: Smart forms are enhancement to the SAP Scripts. It is having some extra features when compared with SAP scripts. These are also useful for printing.

9. Exits (Enhancements): SAP is having all readymade solutions. Suppose if we want to change that redefined readymade application we need this User Exist concept. We can also call it as Enhancements.

10. Cross Applications: Application Linking and Enabling. With this we can transfer data from one SAP system to the other SAP system distributed environment. Remote Function Call. This acts as an interface b/w two R/3 system during data transfer. Intermediate document. This is a data carrier from one system to the other under distributed environment.




11. BAPI: Business Application Programming interface is the enhancement tool using for interfacing also.

12. BADI: business Add-Ins is also an enhancement tool.

13. Workflow: Workflow is some sequence of steps for carrying out the business process.


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A set of middleware programs and tools that provide the underlying base that enable applications to be interoperable across operating systems. SAP BASIS includes a RDBMS, GUI, and client server architecture. Beyond the interface aspect of BASIS, it also includes such components as a data dictionary as well as user and system administration.

BASIS is a business application software integrated solution. Simply, BASIS is the administration of the SAP system.

It's a piece of middleware which links the application with the database and the operating system. BASIS is most commonly associated with the GUI interface to the SAP, and the BASIS administrator is an SAP professional who is responsible for configuring the SAP environment, including the GUI screens and SAP application servers.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How BASIS Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus


• An introduction to ERP

• An introduction to SAP

• SAP AG: Evolution & Strategy

• SAP Product Evolution

• SAP Services Overview ( OSS )

• An introduction to BASIS

Basics to start-up with BASIS Administration

• An introduction to Operating Systems

• An introduction to Database Systems

• Overview of computer Networks

• Network types & devices

• Protocol & IP Address concepts

• An introduction to Kernel Software

Description of R/3

• Client / Server Solution

• Overview of 3 layer interface

• Types of Client / Server Architectures

• An introduction to R/3

The Architecture of SAP R/3

• Presentation Interface

• Application interface

• Database interface

• Overview of R/3 Architecture

• Overview of Dispatcher & Work Processes

• The concept of SAP Instance

Landscape and Implementation Lifecycle

• Overview of Software Development

• Overview of SAP Landscape

• Landscape types

• Lifecycle Implementation concepts

Installation and Guidelines

• Elements in SAP R/3 installation

• Installation requirement

• System sizing

• Installation File Systems

• Installation of RDBMS

• Installation of SAP Inst tools

• Install central Instance

• Load Database

• Installation Database

• Installation of Presentation Layer

• Post installation Activities

Working with SAP server

• Start & Stop SAP R/3 Server

• Directory Structures

• Overview of SAP MMC

• SAP & Oracle Environment Variables

• SAP Logon Pad configuration

• Overview of SAP License system

• Overview of Transaction & Dialog step

Management of users

• Overview of user Administration

• Managing User Master Records

• Managing User Groups

• Mass User Management

• Managing Logged-on Users

• Central User Administration

CCMS & Configurations

• Overview of System Profiles

• Overview of Operation Modes

• Overview of Background jobs

• Overview of Log-on Load Balancing

• Overview of Memory Management

• Overview of workload monitor

• Overview of Os Collector

• Overview of Performance Management

• Overview of alert monitoring

• SAP system Pro-Active Health checks

The Authorization System in SAP R/3

• Overview of Authorization System

• Maintaining Authorizations

• Working with Profile Generator

• Crating Roles

• Maintaining Org. Levels

• User Information System

• Overview of Users & Authorization Tables

• System Profile Parameters for User

SAP R/3 Client Management

• Overview of R/3 client

• Client Copy methods

• Client copy Requirements & Process

• Open / Close R/3 Client

• Overview of RFC

• Deleting R/3 Client

• Client Refresh

• Copying DB Tables among clients

The Transport System

• Overview of change Transport System

• Transport System Concepts

• System Change Options

• Working with Change and Transport Organizer

• Overview of transport Management System

• Configuring Systems and Domains

• Configuring Transport Routes

• Distributing and Verifying configuration

• Overview of tp & R3trans

• Performing Transports with tp Program

• Overview of the Complete Process of Transporting

Patch Management

• Overview of Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons

• Types of Support Packages

• Downloading Support Packages

• Support pack Dependencies and Requirements

• Applying Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons

• SAP R/3 Kernel Upgrade

SAP Administration for Oracle Database

• Introduction to Oracle Database Architecture

• Oracle Directory structure for R/3

• Overview of physical Layer

• Overview of Logical Layer

• Introduction to Cost – Based Optimizer

• Introduction to SAPDBA & BRTOOLS

• Table space Administration

• Introduction to Database Reorganization

• Database Backup & Restore

• Database General Activities

SAP Printing System

• SAP Spool system Architecture

• Introduction to SAP Access Methods

• Defining R/3 Printer Devices

• Managing spool Requests

• The SAPLPD Driver Program

• TEMSE object Database

• Troubleshooting printing problems

General Administration Utilities

• Monitoring SAP Instances

• Monitoring System Work Process

• Managing User Sessions

• Managing Update Records

• Managing Lock Entries

• Managing R/3 System Logs

• Analyzing ABAP Dumps

• System Tracing Utilities

• Managing Batch Input Sessions


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Course Details


This SAP Security and Auithorization’s Course gives technical consultants environment, IT managers, administrators and authorization of in-depth look at all aspects of IT security in the SAP NetWeaver.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How Security Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

• Introduction to ERP 

• Client/Server Architecture 

• R/3 Architecture – Dialog, Background, Update, Enque, Spool work processes 

• System Landscape – Single, Two, Three system landscapes 

• Client Concept 

• Default user id’s, clients 

• SAP Installation Concepts of 4.6C, 4.7, 5.0 and 6.0 

• User Administration 

• User Settings 

• Authorizations in General 

• Creating and Implementing an Authorization Concept 

• Basic Terminology of Authorizations 

• Working with Profile Generator 

o Profile Generator and Standard Roles 

o Special PFCG Roles 

o Subtleties of Authorization Maintenance 

o Single roles and Composite roles 

• Trouble Shooting Security Issues – System Trace and SU53 

• Profile Generator – Installation and Upgrade 

• Transporting Authorizations 

• Transporting Authorizations 

• Central User Administration 

o Installing and Configuring CUA 

• Introduction to Sarbanes Oxley Audit 

• What are Segregation of Duties (SOD)? 

• SOX Analysis Tools 

• Installing Virsa/GRC 

• Using Virsa Tools 

o Compliance Calibrator 

o Fire Fighter 

o Access Enforcer 

o Role Expert 

• CATT Scripts 

• ECATT Scripts 

• Securing Access to transactions, tables and reports 

• Audit Information System 

• SAP User License Management 

• Introduction to BW Security 

• Difference between BW 3.5 and BI 7.0 

• Upgrading BW 3.5 to BI 7.0 

• Complete Security Implementation Project 

o User Access provisioning System 

o Role Remediation 

o Implementing SOD Tools 


Other Information

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Course Details


Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM) is therefore an integrated approach to increasing the transparency, control, and supervision of all processes linked to the flow of capital, the result of which is (for example) a reduction of working capital, an increase in cash flow projection, and a reduction of process costs.

SAP FSCM – Credit Management 

SAP Credit Management provides tools to evaluate the creditworthiness of customers using internal rating policies and external credit data, and enables quick and consistent credit decisions. 

Organizations can use SAP Credit Management to reduce delays in payments, non-payments, and process costs, as well as to improve relations with their top customers. 

SAP FSCM – Biller Direct 

SAP Biller Direct allows you to issue a bill electronically, which is sent to the customer by a link to a server provided by the biller, or by attaching the file directly as an e-mail attachment. 

SAP Biller Direct provides the customer with a Web site, which the customer then uses to obtain an overview of payables due to the biller (open items, paid bills, credit memos), download billing data, or make payments online. 

SAP FSCM – Collection Management 

SAP Collections Management allows you to evaluate, identify, split cost components, and prioritize accounts from a risk management and customer relations point of view. Furthermore, it supports proactive processing of receivables and enables process optimization and automation for large numbers of open items. 

SAP FSCM – Dispute Management 

SAP Dispute Management allows you to resolve disagreements between the vendor and the customer quickly and efficiently, taking into account the customer's existing financial obligations. It allows you to analyze the problem and the reasons for the outstanding amount, and provides a starting point for an organization to establish a quality management concept, reduce DSO, and increase customer satisfaction. 

Course Goals:

Business Process

How FSCMModule work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Unit 1 – SAP FSCM Introduction

1.1 General ledger Accounting

1.3<span style="&quot;white-space:" pre;"=""> Accounts Receivable 

Unit 3 – SAP Sales and distribution Overview 

3.1 SD Organizational Structure 

3.2 Sales Cycle 

Unit 4 – SAP FSCM – Credit Management

4.1 Business Partner

4.1.1 Define Number ranges 

4.1.2 Define Grouping and assign number ranges 

4.1.3 Define BP role 

4.1.4 Define BP role grouping 

4.2 Credit Controlling Area Settings

4.2.1 Define Credit Controlling Area 

4.2.2 Assign Company Code to Credit Controlling area 

4.2.3 Assign permitted Credit Controlling areas to Company Code 

4.2.4 Define risk Categories 

4.2.5 Define Credit Representative Group 

4.2.6 Create Credit Representatives 

4.2.7 Define field Groups 

4.2.8 Assign Fields to Field Groups 

4.2.9 Define Credit Groups 

4.2.10 Assign Sales document and delivery documents 

4.2.11 Define automatic Credit Control 

4.3 Credit Management 

4.3.1 Overview SAP Credit Management 

4.3.2 Basic Settings Define Credit Controlling are Assign Company Code to credit Control Area Technical architecture of SAP Credit Management 

4.3.3 Business partner 

4.3.4 Credit limit 

4.3.5 Credit Rating 

4.3.6 Credit Risk Classes 

4.3.7 Integration with Accounts Receivable & Sales and Distribution Define Credit Segment Assign Credit Control Area and credit Segment Define Credit Exposure Categories Define Recon a/c Without Credit Management Update 

4.3.8 Reporting 

4.3.9 Mass Activation 

4.3.10 Enhancements 

4.3.11 Easy Access Master Data Master Data Mass Change 

Unit 5 – SAP FSCM – Dispute Management

5.1 Dispute Case Processing 

5.1.1 Create RMS ID 

5.1.2 Element Types and Case Record Model 

5.1.3 Create Element Type 

5.1.4 Create and Process Case Record Model 

5.1.5 Create Attribute Profile 

5.1.6 Create Values for Attribute “ Escalation Reason “ 

5.1.7 Create Profile for case Search 

5.1.8 Configure Text IDs 

5.1.9 Create Text Profile 

5.1.10 Create Status profile 

5.1.11 Number Ranges for Case 

5.1.12 Define Case Types 

5.1.13 Define Derivation of Element Types 

5.1.14 Define Automatic Status Changes 

5.1.15 Define Document Category for Attachments to Dispute Cases 

5.2 Process Integration with Accounts Receivable Accounting 

5.2.1 Activate Process Integration for SAP Dispute Management 

5.2.2 Define Default Values for Creation of Dispute Cases 

5.2.3 Automatic Write-off of Dispute Cases : Edit settings 

5.2.4 Activate Assignment of Open Credits and Payments 

5.2.5 Activate Assignment of open Credits and Payments 

5.2.6 Enter Accounting Clerk Identification Code for Customers 

5.2.7 Correspondence 

5.3 Easy Access 

5.3.1 Creation of Dispute Case 

5.3.2 Manage Dispute Case 

5.3.3 Closing of Dispute Case : Fully and partial Payments 

5.3.4 Clearing of Dispute Case through Credit Memo 

5.3.5 Automatic Write – off of Dispute Case 

Unit 6 – SAP FSCM – Collection Management

6.1 Basic Settings for Collection Management 

6.1.1 Define Company Codes for SAP Collections Management. 

6.1.2 Collection Strategies 

6.1.3 Organizational Structure : Segments, Collection Profiles, Collections Groups etc. 

6.1.4 Business Partner BADI’S discussion 

6.1.5 Promise to pay: Create RMS ID, Create Status Profile etc. 

6.1.6 Define Number range Interval for case 

6.1.7 Define Case Types 

6.1.8 Customer Contacts: Define Result of Customer Contact. 

6.1.9 Resubmit : Define Resubmission Reason. 

6.1.10 SAP Dispute Management Integration: 

6.1.11 Worklist : Define Distribution Procedure 

6.2 Integration with Accounts Receivable Accounting 

6.2.1 Activate SAP Collections Management 

6.2.2 Activate/Deactivate Standard Implementation for mapping in FI-AR 

6.2.3 Activate Distribution per Company code 

6.2.4 Make Settings for Promise to apy 

6.3 Business Partner Settings 

6.3.1 Define Grouping and assign Number Ranges 

6.3.2 Business partner Settings 

6.3.3 Synchronization Control : Activate Synchronization Options 

6.3.4 Activate PPo requests for Platform Objects in the Dialog 

6.4 Easy Access 

6.4.1 Transfer of Data from SAP to FSCM collections Management 

6.4.2 Generation of the work List. 

6.4.3 My work List 

6.4.4 Supervisor – All work list 

6.4.5 Promise to pay 

Unit 7 – SAP FSCM – Biller Direct 

7.1 Biller Direct Overview 

7.1.1 Basic Settings 

7.1.2 Process Integration With Accounts Receivable Accounting Release Credit Cars Edit payment Methods Set Account Determination for Credit Cards Assign Text ID Define Entries for the Logging of the Activities of We users Define Partial Payment and currency Define Payment Block for release Process Define Reference user 

7.1.3 Easy access transactions Customer Portal Administration Define for the Bill receiver 


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Course Details


Components of Business Suites

Business Process and Scenarios of SCM Solutions

Overview of the master data and transaction data required for planning

Overview of the master data and transaction data for supply chain planning

Overview of SAP SCM Planning Process

Order controller production with production orders / process orders

Course Goals:

Business Process

How SCM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Unit 1: Concept and Objectives

• What do we mean by Supply Chain Management? 

• Logistics through the ages. 

• Different views on the supply chain. 

• What is new within about Supply Chain. 

• Defining the position of Supply Chain Management. 

• Supply Chain Management: A vision. 

• Elements of Supply Chain Management. 

• Objectives and Opportunities. 

• Objectives. 

• Opportunities. 

Unit 2: Systems and Architectures

• IT-Based Approaches. 

• Principles of ERP. 

• Supply Chain Planning Tools. 

• Customer Relationship Management. 

• System architectures. 

• Internet Basics. 

• Applications. 

• SCM Tools offered by SAP. 

• Sales Force Automation (SFA). 

• Business Information Warehouse (BW). 

• Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO). 

• APO in Business Processes. 

• Demand planning. 

• Supply Network Planning and PP-DS. 

• Supply Chain Cockpit. 

Unit 3: Supply Chain Projects

• Industries and Supply Chain Management. 

• Perspectives. 

• Methodical Approaches. 

• Procedures. 

• Performance Measurement. 

• Benchmarking. 

• Specific Industries. 

• Hi-Tech and Electronics. 

• Automotive Industry. 

• Consumer Goods and Commerce. 

• Logistics Services. 

• SCM - a Case History of Success. 


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Course Details


SAP APO (advanced planning optimizer) is one of core module in SCM which many clients are showing interest in implementing after R/3 modules (MM, SD, PP) maturity. I have been involved in SAP APO since 2002 and done multiple APO projects across various sectors. I have taught many application consultants and business users in the APS (Advanced planning systems) concepts and functionality. In my opinion with economy, SAP consultants need to adapt to market demand and learn new skills to face tomorrow client supply chain challenges.

I offer training to SAP consultants in below two options:

(a) Interactive online classroom with live sessions

(b) Combination of interactive online live session + e-learning modules

SAP APO has 5 key modules

-          Demand Planning

-          Supply Network Planning

-          Core Interface

-          Manufacturing Planning

-          Global Available to promise

Course Goals:

Business Process

How APO Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Module 1 – Demand Planning

• Introductions, APO Overview

• Overview of Demand Planning Concept

• Datamart, info-cubes & Demand Planning

• Planning area and Planning Books

• Macros & Notes

• Interactive Planning

• Statistical toolbox, Promotions and Life Cycle Planning

• Mass Processing and Release of Plans

• Exception Processing and Alert Generation

Module 2 – Supply Network Planning / (CIF)

• Overview of Supply Planning Concept

• Supply Planning, Interactive Supply Planning, Integration with other SCM components

• Planning Methods: Heuristics, Optimization & CTM

• Deployment

• Transport Load Builder

• Releasing Supply Plans to DP, PPDS, ECC

• CIF Core Interface : Introduction to Architecture of Integration

• Master Data, Integration to R/3

• Planning in ECC – APO with Integration Model Generation

• Initial & Change Transfers, Background Jobs

• Monitoring & Handling CIF Errors

• Comparison & Reconciliation

Module 3 – Global Available-to-Promise

• Overview of Availability Management in ECC-APO

• Principles and configuration of Availability Check

• Check using Product Allocations

• Advanced Methods

• Rule based Check

• Multi-Level ATP

• Explanation & Simulation Feature

• Global ATP/OPTP interface

Module 4 – Production Planning/Detailed Scheduling

• Overview of PPDS, Prerequisites, Prod. Planning with ECC

• Master Data & Transaction data Integration with ECC, SNP, DP, GATP

• Demand Management, Requirements & Sales Orders in PPDS

• Production Planning Strategies (Make-to-Order, Make-to-Stock)

• Planning Heuristics

• Capacity Requirements, Capacity Planning / Leveling

• Optimizer

• Exception Processing, Alert Generation

• Free Discussions, Questions

• Consulting Practice Planning

• Further Reference Sources

• Conclusion


Other Information

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Course Details


SRM in SAP stands for Supplier Relationship Management. It is one of the parts of SAP Business Suite Software. It is based on the SAP NetWeaver platform hence it also known as SAP NetWeaver SRM. It is for strengthening the procurement processes of an organization by automating, accelerating of procure-to-pay processes for goods and services. It introduced many facilities for better co-ordination between the suppliers and business activities. SAP SRM will examine and forecast purchasing behavior, it also shorten the procurement cycles, and work with your partners in real time. So it helps for building long-term relationships with the suppliers. The efficient processes in SAP SRM enable you to cut down your procurement expenses and to work more intensively with more suppliers than ever before.

SAP SRM mainly deals with :

Self-Service Procurement

Plan-Driven Procurement

Service Procurement

Strategic Sourcing

Operational Contract Management

Supplier Qualification

Supplier collaboration

Catalog Content Management


Three types of multilevel hierarchy structures are used in SAP SRM master data

Product category hierarchies

Supplier hierarchies

Central contract hierarchies

Course Goals:

Business Process

How SRM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

1. Introduction to SAP SRM and SRM Server overview

• Operational Procurement

• Supplier Enablement

• Technical basic settings

• Logical systems and RFC destination

• Middleware settings

• Cross Application settings

• Attributes maintenance for the Organization structure

• Number ranges

• Self Service Procurement

• Extended Classic Scenario

• Standalone Scenario

• Plan-Driven Procurement

4. Strategic Sourcing

• Strategic Sourcing and Contract Management

• Supplier Registration

• Available BADIs

• Overview of SAP OSS

• How to create OSS messages and communication with SAP OSS


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Course Details


Sap crm is software, which helps in building a good relationship with the customers. Recently, this software has become quite popular among the most of the business organization. Customer can help a business to grow, so it is responsibility of any organization to provide the best customers, which can keep the customers satisfied to their best. 

This software not only helps to maintain a good relationship with the customers, but it also assist in making a good rapport with the dealers. So, this software can a business to grow in an easy manner.


Course Goals:

Business Process

How CRM Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

• Introduction to CRM

• Architecture and components

• Introduction in People-centric CRM (PC UI)

• Master Data

Business partner

Organizational model

Product master

• CRM business transactions

• Activity management

• Partner determination

• Actions

• CRM Sales

Call planning

Activity management in mySAP CRM Sales

Area management

Opportunity Management

Copy control

Quote management

Order management

Special functions in quote and order management

Pricing in mySAP CRM Sales

Contract management

Rebate processing

• SAP CRM E-Commerce solutions

Web shop administration (Web-based)

Superuser / user administration

Maintaining and explaining the product catalog (views, documents, BAdIs, product catalog export, external catalogs, Web-based maintenance. ..

Pricing in the Web shop using the Internet Pricing Configurator (IPC) - Marketing functions


Additional functions

• SAP CRM Service

Installed base management:

Service contract processing:

- Service agreements

- Service contracts

- Service plans

- Usage-based billing

Service order processing:

- Resource planning

- Service confirmation

- Service billing

- Product service letter

- Warranty claims

Complaints and returns processing:

- Complaints and returns

- In-house repair processing

Case management

• IC Win client

Introduction, terminology

Architecture, landscape

Agent functions and processes in the IC

Creating IC profiles

Configuring components

IC management functions - Call lists – Scripting

• IC Web Client

Architecture and technology

Agent functions and operating the IC

Creating IC profiles

Configuring components such as the navigation bar and the transaction launcher

IC manager portal:

- IC manager dashboard

- Management call lists

- Interactive scripting

- IC workforce management

• Marketing management in mySAP CRM

• Marketing and campaign planning

• Planning and performing marketing projects

• Marketing Calendar

• Overview of marketing analytics

- Personalized mail forms

• Segmenting business partners

• Lead Management

• Campaign automation

• External List Management

• Special functions in campaign management

• Couponing

• CRM Middleware

• Connecting an SAP back-end system to an SAP CRM system:

CRM Middleware / administration console

- Messaging BDoc

- Initial load / delta load / request

- Data flow, configuration and monitoring

• Connecting an external system using the XIF adapter

• Architecture and technical configuration for field applications (mobile):

CRM Middleware: synchronizing BDoc and consolidated database

Minor / major realignment

• Analytical CRM

• Analytical methods:

Measurement (data extraction and reporting)

Forecasts (data mining with a decision tree, scoring, association analysis, ABC classification)

Optimizing (using analytical results in CRM processes)

Planning (CRM planning applications)

• Analytical scenarios:

Interaction channel analyses

Customer analyses

Marketing analyses

Sales analyses

Service analyses


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


PI in SAP NetWeaver stands for Process Integration. It is formerly known as SAP XI. SAP PI is one of the core functional components of NetWeaver architecture. It enables an organization to exchange information between their internal software and systems. By using PI they can integrate their applications from multiple systems and it enables the SOA capabilities. SAP PI is built up on SAP Web AS (Web Application Server)

Integration Builder (IB): It for developing and configuring the central knowledge for applications integration.

• Integration Directory (ID): Contains the configured content made from collaboration knowledge. 

System Landscape Directory (SLD): It acts as the central information database.

Integration Server (IS): It is the central component of SAP NetWeaver PI. It analyzes the data from ID and SLD and process and then forward the messages to senders at run time. The main components of Integration Server are.

• Integration Engine 

• SAP Applications 

• Market Place or Business partners 

•<span style="&quot;white-space:" pre;"=""> 3rd party middleware components

What you Learn

Course Goals: 

Business Process

How PI Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

Part I: Process Integration Concepts

1 B2B Integration and SAP NetWeaver 

1.2 Intra-Company and Cross-Company Application Integration\

1.3 Making the Business Case for B2B Integration 

1.4 Evolution of Business-to-Business Integration 

1.5 Electronic Trading and Interchange 

1.6 EDI versus XML 

1.7 Emergence of Industry Standards 

1.8 Service-Oriented Architecture 

1.9 SAP NetWeaver’s Role in B2B Integration 

1.10 Summary 

2 General Concepts 39

2.1 Overview 

2.2 System Landscape Directory 

2.2.1 Landscape Description 

2.2.2 Software Catalog 

2.3 Overview of Enterprise Services Repository 

2.3.1 Enterprise Services Builder 

2.3.2 Message Interface Objects 

2.3.3 Context Objects 

2.3.4 Mappings 

2.3.5 Integration Processes 

2.3.6 Process Integration Scenarios 

2.3.7 Enterprise Services Definition 

2.3.8 Enterprise Services Registry 

2.4 Overview of Integration Directory 

2.4.1 Integration Builder 

2.4.2 Collaboration Profiles 

2.4.3 Logical Routing 

2.4.4 Collaboration Agreements 

2.4.5 Configuration Scenarios 

2.4.6 Integrated Configuration 

2.4.7 Direct Connection 

2.4.8 Value Mapping Groups 

2.5 Process Integration Runtime 

2.5.1 Integration Server 

2.5.2 Proxy Runtime 

2.5.3 XI Message Protocol 

2.5.4 Pipeline Steps in SAP NetWeaver PI 

2.5.5 Quality of Service 

2.6 Summary 

3 Adapter Concepts 

3.1 Overview 

3.2 Architectural Overview 

3.2.1 Advanced Adapter Engine 

3.2.2 Adapter Framework 

3.3 Interoperability with other EAI Tools 

3.3.1 Interoperability and EAI Products 

3.3.2 Interoperability with IBM WebSpere 

3.3.3 Interoperability with the Microsoft BizTalk Server 

3.4 Adapters 

3.4.1 Adapters on the Integration Server 

3.4.2 Adapters on the Advanced Adapter Engine 

3.4.3 Third-Party Adapters 

3.5 Partner Connectivity Kit 

3.6 Summary 

4 B2B and Industry Standard Support 

4.1 Overview 

4.2 Industry-Specific Standard Support 

4.2.1 RosettaNet (High Tech) 

4.2.2 CIDX (Chemical) 

4.2.3 PIDX (Oil and Gas)

4.2.4 1SYNC (Retail and Consumer Products) 

4.2.5 SPEC 2000 (Aerospace and Defense) 

4.2.6 ACORD (Insurance)

4.2.7 AIAG (Automotive) 

4.2.8 STAR (Automotive) 

4.2.9 HL7 (Healthcare) 

4.2.10 papiNet (Mill Products for Paper and Forest) 

4.2.11 RapidNet (Agriculture) 

4.2.12 SWIFT (Financials) 

4.3 Cross-Industry Standards 

4.3.1 Open Application Group Inc (OAGi) 

4.3.2 ANSI ASC X12 

4.3.3 UN/CEFACT 

5 Central Monitoring  167

5.1 Overview 

5.2 Component Monitoring 

5.3 End-to-End Monitoring 

5.4 Message Monitoring 

5.4.1 Message Overview 

5.4.2 Message Selection 

5.4.3 Message Lists 

5.4.4 Message Details 

5.4.5 Message Editor 

5.4.6 Other Features 

6 Business Process Management Capabilities 

6.1 Overview 

6.1.1 Business Process Modeling Capabilities with

SAP NetWeaver 

6.1.2 Process Automation 

6.2 Architecture 

6.2.1 Design Time 

6.2.2 Configuration Time 

6.2.3 Runtime 

6.2.4 Monitoring 

6.2.5 Process Execution 

6.2.6 Correlation Handling 

6.3 Integration Process Design with Graphic Modeler 

6.4 Process Step Types 

6.4.1 Receive Step 

6.4.2 Send Step 

6.4.3 Transformation Step 

6.4.4 Receiver Determination Step 

6.4.5 Block Step 

6.4.6 Switch Step

6.4.7 Control Step 

6.4.8 Loop Step 

6.4.9 Fork Step 

6.4.10 Wait Step 

6.4.11 Container Operation Step 

6.4.12 User Decision Step 

6.4.13 Undefined Step 

6.5 Process Patterns 

6.5.1 Collect 

6.5.2 Multicast Pattern 

6.5.3 Serialization Pattern 

6.5.4 Sync/Async Bridge 

6.6 Business Process Standards Support 

Part II: Process Integration Implementation Aspects

7 Implementation 

7.1 Overview 

7.2 System Landscape 

7.2.1 Minimal System Landscape Architecture 

7.2.2 Medium-Security System Landscape Architecture 

7.2.3 High-Security System Landscape Architecture 

7.3 Reusing Existing SAP NetWeaver PI Content 

7.3.1 How to Find Existing PI Content Packages 

7.3.2 Implementation of Existing PI Content Packages 

7.3.3 Adjusting Existing PI Content Packages 

7.3.4 Building New PI Content 

7.4 Choosing the Right Adapter 

 7.5 Backend Adoption 

7.5.1 Outbound Scenario 

7.5.2 Inbound Scenario 

7.5.3 IDoc Enhancements 

7.5.4 BAPI Enhancements 

7.5.5 Enterprise Service Enhancements 

7.5.6 Enhancement Options in SAP Function Modules 

7.5.7 Proxy Development 

8 Development  259

8.1 Overview 

8.2 System Landscape Directory 

8.2.1 Landscape Description 

8.2.2 Software Catalog 

8.3 Interface Definitions 

8.3.1 Service Interfaces, Service Operations, and Messages 

8.3.2 External Definitions via XML Schema Definitions 

8.3.3 Example of the Import of an XML Schema Definition 

8.3.4 External Definitions via Document Type

Definitions (DTD) 

8.3.5 External Definitions via WSDL 

8.3.6 Imported Objects 

8.3.7 Message Types and Data Types 

8.4 Mapping Techniques 

8.4.1 Operation Mapping 

8.4.2 Message Mapping 

8.4.3 Field Mapping 

8.4.4 Testing and Debugging Capabilities 

8.4.5 User-Defined Functions 

8.4.6 Multi-Mappings 

8.4.7 Mapping Templates 

8.4.8 Other Mapping Options 

8.5 Process Integration Scenarios 

8.6 Integration Processes 

8.6.1 Container 

8.6.2 Correlation Handling 

8.7 Summary 

9 Configuration 365

9.1 Overview 

9.1.1 Message Flow 

9.1.2 Transformation Steps 

9.2 Collaboration Profiles 

9.2.1 Communication Party 

9.2.2 Communication Component 

9.2.3 Communication Channel 

9.2.4 Communication Channel Template 

9.3 Logical Routing 

9.3.1 Receiver Determination 

9.3.2 Interface Determination 

9.3.3 Receiver Rules and Conditions

9.4 Collaboration Agreements 

9.5 B2B Configuration Scenarios 

9.5.1 B2B Configuration of an Outbound Scenario

9.5.2 B2B Configuration of an Inbound Scenario 

9.6 Use of the Model Configurator 

9.6.1 Execution of the Model Configurator 

9.6.2 Component Assignment Settings 

9.6.3 Connection Settings 

9.7 Advanced Features 

9.7.1 Parameters in Mappings 

9.7.2 Data Conversions 

9.8 Summary 

10 Security Considerations427

10.1 Overview 

10.2 Authentication and Authorization 

10.2.1 Authentication 

10.2.2 Authorization 

10.3 Dialog and Service Users 

10.3.1 Dialog Users 

10.3.2 Service Users 

10.4 Transport-Level Security 

10.4.1 Transport-Level Security in SAP NetWeaver PI 

10.4.2 Configuring SSL in AS Java 

10.4.3 Transport-Level Security Settings in the Integration


10.4.4 Network Zones 

10.5 Message-Level Security 

10.5.1 Signing a Message 

10.5.2 Encrypting a Message 

10.6 Summary 

11 Testing Considerations 461

11.1 Overview 

11.2 Testing the Connections within your System Landscape 

11.3 Testing the Process in the Integration Engine 

11.3.1 Testing the Message Mapping 

11.3.2 Testing the Operation Mapping 

11.3.3 Testing the Configuration 

11.4 Testing the Process in SAP NetWeaver PI 

11.5 Testing the Process in your System Landscape 

11.6 Testing the Complete Scenario 

11.6.1 Internal Testing 

11.6.2 Testing with the Trading Partner 

11.7 Summary 

12 Real-Life Test Scenarios

12.1 Backend Preparation 

12.1.1 Inbound Processing 

12.1.2 Outbound Processing 

12.2 SAP NetWeaver PI Preparation 

12.2.1 System Landscape Directory 

12.2.2 Download and Installation of a Business Package 

12.2.3 Definition of an RFC Destination 

12.2.4 Definition of a Communication Port 

12.2.5 Definition of a Communication Channel 

12.3 B2B Integration Using the CIDX Standard 

12.3.1 Activities in the System Landscape Directory 

12.3.2 Activities in the Enterprise Services Repository 

12.3.3 Creation of Collaboration Profiles 

12.3.4 Configuration Using the Model Configurator 

12.4 B2B Integration Using the PIDX Standard 

12.4.1 Activities in the System Landscape Directory 

12.4.2 Activities in the Enterprise Services Repository 

12.4.3 Creation of Collaboration Profiles 

12.4.4 Configuration Using the Model Configurator 

12.5 B2B Integration Using the RosettaNet Standard 

12.5.1 Activities in the System Landscape Directory 

12.5.2 Activities in the Enterprise Services Repository 

12.5.3 Creation of Collaboration Profiles 

12.5.4 Configuration Using the Model Configurator 

12.6 B2B Integration Using the EDI Standard ANSI X12 

12.6.1 Preconditions 

12.6.2 AS2 Basics 

12.6.3 Activities in the System Landscape Directory 

12.6.4 Activities in the Enterprise Services Repository 

12.6.5 Creation of Collaboration Profiles 

12.6.6 Configuration Using the Model Configurator 

12.7 Summary 


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Placement Provided: No

Course Details


SAP HANA is a flexible, data-source-agnostic appliance that enables customers to analyze large volumes of SAP ERP data in real-time, avoiding the need to materialize transformations.

SAP HANA is a hardware and software combination that integrates a number of SAP components including the SAP HANA database, SAP LT (Landscape Transformation) Replication Server, SAP HANA Direct Extractor Connection (DXC) and Sybase Replication technology. SAP HANA is delivered as an optimized appliance in conjunction with leading SAP hardware partners.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How HANA Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus

1. SAP HANA Overview & Roadmap (What is SAP HANA?)

1.1. SAP HANA in a Nutshell

1.1.1. Evolution of In Memory computing at SAP

1.1.2. History HANA Early projects 2005 Genesis

1.2. Business Impact of new architecture

1.2.1. Not about IT, its about running a real--‐time business

1.2.2. Increasing data volumes

1.2.3. Increasing number of users (mobile)

1.2.4. Need for Flexibility Business needs driving changes in existing systems Ad--‐hoc addition of new requirements

1.2.5. Operational Non--‐Disruption with a Disruptive Innovation

1.2.6. “Impedance Mismatch” Load performance Query Performance

1.3. In Memory Computing Basics

1.3.1. Faster, Better, Cheaper Risk & Maturity of disk vs memory dbms Platform for the future iPod example Moore’s law What happens when the power goes out?

1.3.2. Cost x GB x Second calculation

1.3.3. Row Store, Column Store, Persistency Layer, Architectural Concept

1.4. SAP HANA Architecture Overview

1.4.1. Engines

1.4.2. Tools

1.4.3. Data Provisioning

1.4.4. Data Modeling

1.5. SAP HANA 1.0 Use Cases

1.5.1. Agile Data Mart HANA in Action stories

1.5.2. ERP Turbo Charging Accelerators

1.5.3. BW on HANA

1.5.4. Application Platform (Apps powered by HANA) SAP Built apps Partner built apps Custom apps (JAVA/ABAP/ETC)

1.6. SAP HANA Roadmap

1.6.1. HANA today

1.6.2. HANA 2.0 (Suite)

2. SAP HANA Architecture

2.1. Introduction

2.2. General Architecture Overview

2.3. Hybrid Row & Column store engine

2.3.1. Describe Row store

2.3.2. Describe Column store

2.3.3. Why a hybrid? Best of both worlds Many scenarios need both transactional/metadata and it needs to be calculated/aggregated.

2.4. Compression

2.4.1. Optimized for fast access to data

2.4.2. Partial indexing

2.5. Partitioning (memory allocation)

2.6. Delta updates

2.7. Insert Only

2.7.1. Time Traveling

2.8. MDX Engine

2.9. Calculation Engine

2.10. Business Content/Semantic Functions

2.10.1. Business Function Library Currency Conversion Consumable pre--‐built functions

2.10.2. Predictive Function Libraries

2.11. HANA Studio

2.12. Client Connectivity

2.12.1. Interfaces (ODBC, JDBC, SQL, MDX)

2.13. High Availability

2.13.1. Persistency

2.13.2. Disaster Tolerance

2.14. Multi--‐tenancy

2.15. HANA Cloud

3. SAP HANA Business Cases & ROI Model

3.1. Introduction

3.1.1. Leverage multiple scenarios, not just one specific use case

3.1.2. Focus on things you CAN’T do today

3.1.3. Involve the business up front and along the way, not a typical IT business case

3.1.4. Think big, start small with a quick win to build momentum in business Users will generate many new possibilities once they see something tangible

3.2. Identify Business Scenario

3.2.1. Value Discovery Workshops

3.2.2. Operational

3.2.3. Strategic

3.2.4. Transactional

3.2.5. Analytic

3.3. Building a business case for SAP HANA

3.3.1. The real tools come into play after the real--‐time business scenario and app have been Identified 

3.3.2. Map Value Drivers for scenario 

3.3.3. Identify KPIS and map to value drivers

3.3.4. Describe Benchmarking Database

3.3.5. Map results of benchmarking to create reference model for scenario improvement

3.4. Build ROI Model

4. SAP HANA Applications

4.1. Application Introduction

4.1.1. How are these new apps made possible with HANA

4.2. SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse on SAP HANA

4.3. SAP Trade Promotion Management

4.4. Sales and Operations Planning

4.5. Business Planning and Consolidation

4.6. Smart meter analytics

4.7. Predictive Text

4.8. Dynamic cash management

4.9. SAP BusinessObjects Sales Analysis for Retail powered by SAP HANA

4.10. Profitability analysis accelerator for SAP ERP (CO--‐PA)

4.11. SAP Finance and Controlling Accelerator.

4.12. SAP Sales Pipeline Analysis powered by SAP HANA

5. Accelerated SAP Business Suite

5.1. Overview

5.1.1. Philosophy Single Applications Whole Suite

5.1.2. Side car architecture

5.1.3. Table replication

5.1.4. Two options

5.1.5. Write--‐back scenario

5.2. Current Offering

5.3. Roadmap


6.1. Introduction

6.1.1. Why BW on HANA is so freaking cool

6.1.2. 7.30 background

6.2. SAP HANA--‐specific enhancements

6.2.1. Cubes

6.2.2. DSO

6.2.3. Data Loading

6.2.4. Integrated Planning

6.2.5. Agile Data Modeling

6.2.6. Columnar compression

6.2.7. Landscape Simplification/Lower TCO.

6.3. Implementation

6.3.1. Things to consider Clean up and migrate Migrate as--‐is

6.3.2. Big Bang

6.3.3. Incremental/Parallel

6.3.4. Prerequisites & Limitations

6.3.5. Scoping/Sizing Source database (size & vendor) Compression rate calculations

6.3.6. Link to outside info or OSS NOTE

6.3.7. Link to Sizing calculator

6.3.8. Landscape Options Things to consider Single--‐node (2--‐tier) (dev/prod) Multi--‐node (3--‐tier) (dev/qa/prod Start with copy of productive system Set up Greenfield position

6.3.9. Near Line Storage w/IQ Hot vs cold data concept

6.3.10. Connect one ERP to  2 BW systems Post copy automation (PCA)

6.4. Database Migration

6.4.1. SAPINST tools for DB export

6.4.2. Exports flat files to temp storage

6.4.3. SAPINST tools for DB import

6.4.4. Import flat files from temp storage to HANA

6.4.5. Unicode conversion is possible as part of process

6.4.6. Key Problems: Production downtime

6.4.7. Performance details (query, data load to info cubes, DSO, remodeling)

6.4.8. Query Performance Simple/Standard Complex/Custom Power user granular detail, millions of rows

6.4.9. DSO activation

6.4.10. Data Loading Extract from ERP system activate and load into Cube Large flat file (POS) import into BW (smart meter demo) 6.4.11. Remodeling

6.5. Administration & Operations 

6.6. Future Roadmap

7. Data Provisioning with SAP HANA

7.1. Introduction to Data Sources

7.1.1. SAP, non--‐SAP (custom apps or 3rd party apps)

7.1.2. Replication approaches Real time, batch.

7.2. Provisioning & Replication Scenarios

7.2.1. How do you extract data from source system and get it into HANA? What tools are available? DS, SLT, DEC, When to use which tool Semantics and differences What are the steps? Real time or Batch?

7.2.2. SAP real time

7.2.3. SAP batch

7.2.4. Non--‐SAP real time

7.2.5. Non--‐SAP batch

7.3. Event Streaming

7.3.1. Sybase ESP to HANA

7.3.2. Event Insight to HANA

7.4. BOBJ Data Services

7.4.1. Supportability Matrix for source system

7.4.2. Complex data scenarios with transformations

7.4.3. Batch ETL tool for non--‐SAP

7.4.4. Not real time

7.4.5. ODBC connection

7.5. SAP Landscape Transformation (SLT)

7.5.1. Process overview

7.5.2. SLT Plug In listings (supportability matrix)

7.5.3. Real time for SAP and non--‐SAP

7.5.4. Trigger Based

7.5.5. Fully integrated with HANA studio (screenshot)

7.5.6. Transformation capabilities via R in ABAP

7.6. Direct Extractor Connection (DEC)

7.6.1. NO ETL

7.6.2. Native BW extraction capability to connect to HANA

7.6.3. ICM Framework

8. Data Modeling with SAP HANA

8.1. Key Concepts in Data Modeling for HANA

8.1.1. Components of HANA data model Views Analytical Views Calculation Views Attribute Views Tables Measures Filters Dimensions

8.1.2. Common Scenarios Calculations Filtering Aggregations

8.2. SAP HANA Modeling Environment

8.3. SAP HANA Information Composer

8.4. SQL Scripting

9. Application Development & Data Consumption with SAP HANA

9.1. App Development Basic Concepts

9.1.1. Re--‐thinking assumptions used for app logic Living in a world without constraints/penalties Assume super--‐computer capabilities for everything The CRUD dilemma

9.1.2. Development tool kits

9.1.3. Native development or extension Zprograms 

9.1.4. Data sources and pre--‐calculations

9.1.5. New assumptions about data capabilities

9.1.6. HANA artifacts

9.1.7. DBSL

9.1.8. Platform options ABAP, NGAP, etc

9.2. ABAP Apps

9.3. JAVA Apps

9.4. Analytic Apps

9.4.1. Explorer

9.4.2. Dashboards (excelcius)

9.4.3. Microsoft Excel

9.4.4. Crystal Reports

9.4.5. Webi

9.4.6. BOBJ SDK

9.5. Mobile Apps

9.6. Full Text search and text analysis

9.7. Partner Apps

9.8. (Predictive) R & L scripting languages

10. SAP HANA Administration, Operations & Security

10.1. SAP HANA Admin Console

10.1.1. Walk thru of views in HANA Studio Different sections Common Admin & Operations Tasks Backup Restore Monitoring Memory allocation User Management License Key Alerting Infrastructure Statistics Server Performance Tuning

10.2. DBA Cockpit

10.2.1. Backup Scheduling

10.2.2. Solution Manager 7.1 SP4 Integration

10.3. Integration and Monitoring Infrastructure

10.3.1. CCMS alerts

10.3.2. Maintenance Optimization

10.4. Data Archiving

10.4.1. Outside of HANA

10.4.2. Integration with Tivoli, etc.

10.5. Security

10.6. Lifecycle Management

10.6.1. Two kinds Content LCM Software LCM

11. SAP HANA Hardware

11.1. Overview of General Hardware Requirements

11.1.1. Intel E7 processors Intel HANA story

11.1.2. SUSE Linux 11 sp1

11.1.3. SSD or Disk backup

11.1.4. T--‐Shirt Sizing

11.1.5. Validated by SAP

11.1.6. Additional Infrastructure

11.2. Scale Out/Multi--‐node options

11.3. Official HANA PAM

11.4. Listing and descriptions of all Certified SAP HANA Hardware by Vendor

11.4.1. Overview of HANA solutions provided What’s the unique value prop? Product family T--‐Shirt sizes offered Scale--‐out offering High Availability Support infrastructure (SAN, etc) Additional software needed Support Services

11.4.2. Additional HANA services Implementation, etc 

11.4.3. Customer success stories (short)

11.4.4. Contact information for inquiries

12. SAP HANA Projects & Implementation

12.1. Different Use cases (BW vs other use cases)

12.2. Project Scoping and Documentation

12.3. Timelines and Key Activities

12.4. Project Team Members (Skillsets/activities)

12.5. Examples of stellar projects 

12.6. SAP RDS packages

12.7. “Top Ten” Advice for HANA Projects

13. SAP HANA Resources

13.1. Experience HANA site

13.2. Key Resources for Sample Projects

13.3. SAP Support Organization

13.4. Training and skills resources

13.5. SDN

13.6. Benchmarking database

13.7. Blogs/Twitter feeds


Other Information

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Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No

Course Details


The reporting, analysis, and interpretation of business data is of central importance to a company in guaranteeing its competitive edge, optimizing processes, and enabling it to react quickly and in line with the market. With Business Intelligence (BI), SAP NetWeaver provides data warehousing functionality, a business intelligence platform, and a suite of business intelligence tools with which an enterprise can attain these goals. Relevant business information from productive SAP applications and all external data sources can be integrated, transformed, and consolidated in BI with the toolset provided. 

BI provides flexible reporting, analysis, and planning tools to support you in evaluating and interpreting data, as well as facilitating its distribution. Businesses are able to make well-founded decisions and determine target-orientated activities on the basis of this analysis.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How BI Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus


• SAP introduction. 

• Master data; Attributes, Texts, and Hierarchies. 

• InfoObjects: Definitions 

o InfoCubes: Definitions. 

o Design of Infocube: Star Schema concepts. Precautions. 

• Types: Standards, Real time. 

• MultiProviders: Scenarios to create Multiproviders. 

• BI Content: Definitions, How to install BI contents,  

4.Defining extraction 

• Or for files: Creating DataSources for File Source Systems 

5.Defining transformations 

• Creating data transfer processes 

• Checking process chain runs 

• Creating the first aggregate for an InfoCube 

• Setting up standard authorizations 

• Queries: New queries, Restricting Characteristics, Formulas and Exception Cells 

• Variables: The Variable Wizard, Variable Types and Processing Types, query Properties 

• Structures: Creating Re-usable structures 

• WAD: Functions of WAD, Web Items Window, Template Window, Properties Window 

• Design: Designing the Layout of Web Templates, working with Library for Web Items 

• BEx Analyzer 

• BEx Report Designer 

14.BI platform

• Functions of the Broadcaster: Precalculating and Exporting into Enterprise Portal 

• Example Scenarios: Monthly Sales Reports, Ad-hoc Distribution Options. 


• OLAP Functions: Aggregation, Currency Translation, Report-to-Report Interface 

•<span style="&quot;white-space:" pre;"=""> MetaData Repository: Searching for MetaData 


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Placement Provided: No

Course Details


SAP NetWeaver is SAP’s integrated technology platform and is the technical foundation for all SAP applications since the SAP Business Suite. SAP NetWeaver is marketed as a service-oriented application and integration platform. It provides the development and runtime environment for SAP applications and can be used for custom development and integration with other applications and systems. 

SAP NetWeaver is built using open standards and industry de facto standards and can be extended with, and interoperate with, technologies such as Microsoft .NET, Sun Java EE, and IBM WebSphere.

Course Goals:

Business Process

How NetWeaver  Module work in R/3

Implementation Training

Integration with other Modules

Real-time Training with End to End Implementation Process.

Course Syllabus


• Application Servers, Central Instance, Dialog Instance 

• NWA architecture 

• Message Servers 

• Database Servers 

• System Landscape – One, two and three Tier Landscape. 

• Processes – Dispatcher, Work, System etc. 

• Client Concept. 

• Transport Management System. 

• Security /Authorizations. 

• WAS – Web Application Server technology. 

• WAS – Architecture and Administration functions. 

• CUA 


• Central/Dialog/App server Concept. 

• Starting & stopping SAP Web AS 

• Prerequisite Information gathering. 

• Hosts and Services Files. 

• Directory Structure of SAP systems. 


• Installation of database and database patches. 

• Installing SAP WEB AS 

• UME 

• Post Installation Steps. 

Client Administration: 

• Client Concept. 

• Creating Clients. 

• Prerequisite for Client Copy 

• SCCL. 

• Client Export/Import, Copy Logs and monitoring of Client Copy. 

Transport Management System

• Transports Concept. 

• Setting up TMS.

Support packs and Add-ons

• Different types of Support packs 

• Applying Support packs. 

• SPAM / SAINT (Add-on installation tool) 

System Monitoring: 

• Daily / Weekly and Monthly Monitoring. 

• ST22, SM50, SM21, SM12, SM13, RZ10, SM35, SM59 etc. 

CCMS and Performance Tunning:

• System Profile parameter maintenance 

• Performance analysis – ST02,ST03,ST05,ST03N,STAT 

• Setting up SAP Connect – SCOT 

• SAP Logon Load balancing – SMLG. 

Background Jobs: 

• Creating Background Jobs – SM36 and SM37. 

• Job Management. 

Spool Administration:

• Concept of SAP Spool System architecture. 

• SPAD. 

Language Installation:

• Concept of Languages in SAP. 

• SMLT and Installation of Locales on OS. 

Database Administration:

• Oracle database Concepts. 

• Monitoring tablespaces 


• DB activities. 

OSS Note Application:

• Applying OSS notes manually. 

• Using SNOTE.


• Finding Solutions, creating new messages. 

• Early watch reports 

Kernel Upgrades:

• Starting and Stopping SAP and database. 

• Backup Old kernel and apply latest kernel files. 


• Authorization Concept. 

• User Administration. 

• Creating Roles. 

• SUIM, SU53 and PFCG. 

• CUA Concept. 


Other Information

Course Fee: Not Mentioned

Course Duration: Not Mentioned

Placement Provided: No


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