Introduction to SAP

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Published on June 20, 2018

Author: reshmagc


Introduction to SAP: Introduction to SAP Points which are covered: Points which are covered What is sap? What is ERP? Benefits of SAP? SAP R/3 Architecture Modules of SAP What is a SAP consultant What is SAP: What is SAP SAP stands for  S ystems  A pplications and  P roducts in Data Processing. SAP Software was Founded in 1972 by Wellenreuther , Hopp , Hector, Plattner and Tschira . SAP is the fourth largest company in the world. The sap r/3 system is a business software package designed to integrate all areas of a business. It provides end to end solutions for financial, logistic, manufacturing, distribution etc. All business process are executed in one sap system and sharing common information with everyone. What is ERP: What is ERP ERP is Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise resource planning system cover all basic functions of an organization ERP is developing into a multi module application software package that enables business process across the supply chain management ERP Software allows to integrate all the operational units such as financing, human resources, manufacturing, sales, marketing &accounting etc. Benefits of sap: Benefits of sap Ability to manage a group of companies using a single system Improved customer service Enhanced external and internal financial reporting The possibility to reduce the cost of procurement and increase the effectiveness of inventory management Enhanced security of the company‚Äôs IT system Improved management of the company ensuring ongoing control over the utilization of available resources Increased productivity SAP R/3 Architecture: SAP R/3 Architecture : R Signifies Real-time system,3 Represent 3 tier Architecture. Application Server-It is build to process business-logic. Database server -stores and retrieves data as per  sql queries generated by ABAP and java applications. Presentation layer-contains the software components that make up the SAPgui (graphical user interface). This layer is the interface between the R/3 System and its users. Application layer-consists of one or more application servers and a message server. Each application server contains a set of services used to run the R/3 System. consists of a central database system containing all of the data in the R/3 System. Sap modules : Sap modules SAP Modules can be categorized into Functional Modules & Technical Modules Functional modules SAP FI- FI stands for Financial Accounting SAP HCM- HCM Human Capital Management  SAP MM-MM is Materials Management SAP SD- SD is Sales and Distribution SAP PP-PP is Production Planning SAP QM Module -  QM stands for Quality Management SAP CO Module -  CO stands for Controlling Technical Modules: Technical Modules SAP Basis SAP Basis is a set of programs and tools that act as an interface with Database, Operating system, communication protocols and other SAP modules like FI,HCM, SD etc. SAP ABAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) is the default programming language for SAP applications.  What is a SAP Consultant? : What is a SAP Consultant? SAP Consultant is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) either on the Business/ sales Functional Development or Basis domains of SAP. The consultant provides advisory, recommendations, guidance, implementation help in their respective SAP domains. Types of SAP Consultant : Types of SAP Consultant Business/Sales Consultant  - They try to win projects at customer end SAP Functional Consultant  - They are responsible for customizing SAP as per customer demand. They talk with developers to code custom ABAP programs as per client requirements. Developer Consultant  - They are responsible for coding ABAP/Java Programs   SAP Basis Consultant  - They help in installing, maintenance and performance tuning of SAP servers and databases SAP is implemented in 9 out of every 10 Fortune 500 company. There are so many sap consulting companies also. THANK YOU: THANK YOU

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