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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) $74.95
SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM) $74.95
SAP Product Lifecycle Management $74.95
SAP Supply Chain Management $74.95
SAP Supplier Relationship Management $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75

SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

The SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) module is SAP's core product for managing the fundamental accounting information common to every-day business practice. Fundamental accounting information includes financial transaction data, human resource-specific data, inventory, planning, and sales data. This data comprises what is known as the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable. Understanding how to navigate SAP's menu structure to accomplish the entry of this data is central to one's ability to effectively use SAP ERP in an organization. This course introduces the SAP ERP menu system relating to the required screens for managing data. This course also introduces SAP's transaction code process and specifically the transaction codes which may be used to access the same required screens.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize common SAP accounting terms
  • Identify the role the General Ledger plays in the Financial Accounting application
  • Recognize the procedure for displaying a General Ledger document
  • Recognize the processes for performing Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable transactions
  • Distinguish between Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
  • Recognize the procedure for finding sales and distribution documents
  • Perform financial transactions using SAP ERP Financials applications
  • Recognize the procedure for displaying employee master data
  • Identify examples of Organizational Management tasks
  • Recognize features within the Time Manager's Workplace application
  • Recognize the procedure for starting payroll for a given employee
  • Match payroll inputs with corresponding descriptions
  • Locate an employee by searching within HR Master Data
  • Maintain employee data using the Organizational Management module
  • Run payroll for a given employee
  • Recognize the procedure for opening the purchase order form by searching for a known vendor
  • Sequence the steps in the procurement and inventory management cycle
  • Recognize examples of transactions within the Inventory Management module
  • Match production planning terms with their corresponding definitions
  • Recognize the procedure for opening a sales order form
  • Create a purchase order
  • Create a sales order

SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

The SAP CRM module provides an organization with the tools to obtain, retain, and grow profitable customer relationships. An organization can use this module to effectively plan and manage marketing, sales, and service campaigns as well as analyze related processes. SAP CRM supports the entire customer relationship cycle, beginning with customer contact, through to order fulfillment, customer service, and reporting. This course will focus on the marketing, sales, and service modules of SAP CRM and will introduce the learner to some of the basic features of SAP CRM. It also includes demonstrations of some of the more common activities related to the customer relationship cycle.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize procedure for adding appointments to the Marketing Calendar
  • Recognize how CRM's segmentation tool facilitates the management of marketing resources
  • Recognize how to create a campaign
  • Recognize the procedure for creating mail for a marketing campaign
  • Recognize the process for creating a lead
  • Perform marketing tasks using CRM Marketing applications
  • Recognize the process for creating an opportunity
  • Recognize the process for creating a quotation
  • Perform sales tasks using CRM Sales applications
  • Recognize the process for creating a service order
  • Identify the components of the service cycle
  • Recognize the procedure for determining whether the service performed is under warranty
  • Perform service tasks using CRM Service applications

SAP Product Lifecycle Management

SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) provides a comprehensive solution for managing all product-related information required in support of processes including planning, innovation, design, quality management, and engineering. As an integrated solution to SAP's enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, all information stored and maintained using the PLM solution is available across the enterprise to all other modules where required. This course introduces the SAP PLM solution, describing the overall concept of the PLM lifecycle and describing some of the main activities involved in managing products across the product life cycle.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize phases of the product life cycle
  • Match PLM solutions with their corresponding features
  • Match phases of the project life cycle with corresponding tools within the Project System module
  • Recognize the procedure for creating a new document
  • Identify functions of the DMS
  • Recognize applications in the Product Lifecycle Management module
  • Recognize the relationship between the product life cycle and the project life cycle
  • Create a new document using SAP's Document Management System
  • Identify elements of the Project Builder interface
  • Recognize the procedure for creating a new project in the SAP Project System
  • Recognize the procedure for displaying an item in the Material Master
  • Recognize the procedure for selecting a material to view
  • Match PLM management functions with corresponding descriptions of how they relate to process planning
  • Recognize the procedure for making changes to project information using Project Builder
  • Sequence the steps of the change management processes
  • Recognize the procedure for making a change to a project document using Project System
  • Create a new project and make changes to its documentation using PLM applications

SAP Supply Chain Management

SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) is comprised of a collection of applications under the SAP system that enable advanced planning. Tightly integrated with SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), the SAP SCM system is used to streamline and optimize the supply chain by enabling automated decision making and providing improved analytical components. This course provides an introduction to the SAP SCM system. Since planning is a major component of the SCM process, key applications in the Advanced Planning and Optimization module are discussed, as well as two execution applications: Event Management and Transportation Management.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify components of the Demand Planning process flow diagram
  • Determine the appropriate supply network planning approach to use based on company characteristics
  • Recognize the procedure for opening a planning book in the SNP module
  • Match SNP options with their corresponding purposes
  • Identify features of Production Planning
  • Recognize the procedure for running a production plan
  • Use SCM planning applications
  • Recognize the procedure for displaying Event Management rule sets
  • Match Event Management terms with their corresponding definitions
  • Order the steps in the Transportation Management process
  • Recognize the procedure for scheduling with dynamic route determination
  • Schedule the delivery of goods and report an event

SAP Supplier Relationship Management

Supplier relationship management (SRM) involves collaboration with suppliers that are crucial to the success of an enterprise. The goal of SRM is to maximize the value of the collaborative relationships with suppliers. SAP SRM represents a strategic approach to procurement and supply that is tightly integrated with other components of the SAP Business Suite. This course provides an overview of the concept of SRM and leads into detailed content concerning SAP's approach to SRM. The course introduces the two main components of SRM: Procurement and Sourcing. Some of the more common concepts such as requisitions, order management and receipt, as well as supplier sourcing are described in some detail.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the steps in the SRM procurement process
  • Recognize the benefits of using SRM
  • Recognize the procedure for displaying a shopping cart in SRM
  • Select suppliers who would benefit from using Supplier Self-service to process orders
  • Recognize the procedure for confirming receipt of goods in SRM
  • Perform procurement transactions using SRM applications
  • Recognize how SRM is used during supplier identification
  • Recognize procedures for managing vendor groups in SRM
  • Distinguish between supplier negotiation applications
  • Recognize the procedure for evaluating a vendor
  • Determine the preferred bidder given a scenario
  • Perform sourcing transactions using SRM applications
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