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MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
MELJUN CORTES SAP Introduction
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  • 1. Business Process Integration I Presented byThe Rushmore Group, LLC
  • 2. Welcome• Introductions – Student – Instructor• Classroom materials• Housekeeping issues © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 2 reserved.
  • 3. Introductions• Your name…• My background [briefly]…• Your SAP experience/courses attended…• Your objectives/expectations with respect to this course... © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 3 reserved.
  • 4. Course Materials• Business Process Integration Slides• Business Process Integration Exercises © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 4 reserved.
  • 5. Schedule of Exercises Exercises – 1 to 20 Review Exers Exercises – 21 to 68 FI & MM Exercises – 69 to 106 MM (Prelims ) Exercises – 107 to 151 SD Exercises – 152 to 195 SD (Midterms) © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 5 reserved.
  • 6. Group Project: 8-10 pax per group• Select from among the following enterprises: – San Miguel Corporation – Jollibee Foods Corporation – Intel Corporation – Texas Instruments Incorporated – Apple Incorporated
  • 7. An Introduction to the Basics of SAP’s R/3 Client / Server Integrated Business Solution
  • 8. SAP• Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing (SAP)• Name of the company – SAP AG – SAP America• Name of the software – SAP R/2 – Mainframe version – SAP R/3 – Client/Server version © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 8 reserved.
  • 9. SAP AG• Founded in Germany (1972)• World’s third largest software provider• World’s largest provider of Integrated Business Solutions software• Company stock trades on the Frankfurt and New York exchanges © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 9 reserved.
  • 10. SAP R/3• World-wide usage• Designed to satisfy the information needs for business sizes (small local to large all international) – Multi-lingual – Multi-currency• Designed to satisfy the information needs for all industries (industry solutions) © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 10 reserved.
  • 11. SAP R/3• Enables a company to link it’s business processes• Ties together disparate business functions (integrated business solution)• Helps the organization run smoothly• Real-time environment• Scalable and flexible © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 11 reserved.
  • 12. Integrated Business Solutions Software Vendors• SAP• Oracle (Peoplesoft and J.D. Edwards)• Microsoft – Great Plains, Axapta, Solomon• IBM• BAAN © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 12 reserved.
  • 13. Architecture• Central relational database (e.g., Oracle, Informix, Microsoft SQL and many others)• Client/Server – three-tiered• ERP Component – Oriented towards common identifiable business modules – (FI, MM, SD, CO, PP, HR)• Add-ons: – Customer Relationship Mgmt (CRM) – Supply Chain Mgmt (SCM) – Product Lifecycle Mgmt (PLM) © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 13 reserved.
  • 14. Relational Database• Tables: Defines and links thousands of tables of information (25,000+)• Advantages – Consistent and accurate data – Common definitions for terms – Shared, but restricted usage (e.g., profiles) – Eliminates data redundancy © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 14 reserved.
  • 15. Client/Server Environment• Client – Software/hardware combination that can make a request for services from a central repository of resources• Server – Software/hardware combination that can provide services to a group of clients in a controlled environment © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 15 reserved.
  • 16. Three-Tier SAP Structure• GUI – Graphical User Interface or Web Interface• Application server (one or many)• Database server (one single location) © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 16 reserved.
  • 17. SAP Enterprise SystemPCs, Laptops, etc. Browser Client Network Web Server Internet Presentation Transaction Server Application Application Servers Database Database © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 17 reserved.
  • 18. mySAP Business Suite mySAP PLM mySAP mySAP mySAP SRM ERP CRM mySAP SCM SAP NetWeaver © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 18 reserved.
  • 19. mySAP ERP Modules SD FI Sales and Financial Distribution Accounting MM CO Materials Controlling SM PP Mgmt. Production Planning R/3 AM Fixed Assets Mgmt. EC Service Client / Server Enterprise Mgmt. Controlling QM Integrated Business PS Quality Project Mgmt. PM Solution WF System Plant Maintenance Workflow HR IS Human Industry Resources Solutions © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 19 reserved.
  • 20. Business Modules• Collections of logically related transactions within identifiable business functions – MM (“Buy”) – PP (“Make”) – SD (“Sell”) – FI and CO (“Track”) – HR © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 20 reserved.
  • 21. SAP R/3 Basics• Instance – each install of the SAP R/3 software on an individual application server• Configurable – each instance can be distinctively configured to fit the needs and desires of the customer (within limits)• Most of the infrastructure decisions, including configuration decisions, occur during project implementation © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 21 reserved.
  • 22. Configuration• The process of tailoring SAP software by selecting specific functionality from a list of those supported by the software, very much like setting defaults (e.g., Word, Access)• DOES NOT involve changes to the underlying software code © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 22 reserved.
  • 23. Programming Code Modifications• Changes to the delivered code• ABAP/4 – Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP)• This should be done sparingly and carefully as it can make migration to new versions of the software much more difficult © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 23 reserved.
  • 24. SAP R/3 Document Principle• Each business transaction that writes data to the database creates a uniquely numbered electronic document• Each document contains information such as – Responsible person – Date and time of the transaction – Commercial content• Once created, a document can not be deleted from the database © SAP AG - University Alliances and TheJanuary 2008 Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 24 reserved.
  • 25. Review• SAP and SAP R/3• Integrated Business Solution• Architecture• Client/Server Software• Relational Database• SAP R/3 Modules• Configurable Software• Programming Code Modifications – Be Careful!!• SAP R/3 Document PrincipleJanuary 2008 © SAP AG - University Alliances and The Rushmore Group, LLC 2008. All rights 25 reserved.

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