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SAP online training services by Keylabs covers all SAP Technical Modules and SAP Functional Modules. Instructor led SAP online training is offered for students from USA and other nations. ...

SAP online training services by Keylabs covers all SAP Technical Modules and SAP Functional Modules. Instructor led SAP online training is offered for students from USA and other nations.
SAP online Training at keylabs is result oriented training. Keylabs has SAP Certified consultants to provide SAP online Training on SAP All modules. Contact: US: +1-908-366-7933 , India: +91-9550645679 , info@keylabstraining.com, Skype :keylabstraining

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  • info@keylabstraining.com USA: +1-908-366-7933 India: +91-9550645679 Skype : keylabstrainingwww.keylabstraining.com
  • What is SAP?  SAP Stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing.  Its an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Software.  Started by 5 IBM engineers in the 1970s.  Standard based ERP Software  Initial Release was called R/2 on a Mainframe  SAP Later released R/3 as a Client Server Software.  The ‘R’ in r/3 stands for Real Time.  New Dimension Products based on Netweaver
  • What is SAP R/3?  SAP is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system
  • Problems with function based application Sharing of data between systems Data duplication Data inconsistency Applications that don’t talk to one another Limited or lack of integrated information Isolated decisions lead to overall inefficiencies Increased expenses
  • What is an ERP?  Enterprise-wide system which integrates the business functions and processes of an organization  Integration of business functions into one seamless application  Usually runs on a RDBMS  Replaces Countless Departmental and Workgroup Information Systems
  • What makes ERP different Integrated modules Common definitions Common database Update one module, automatically updates others ERP systems reflect a specific way of doing business Must look at your value chains, rather than functions
  • Benefits of ERP Common set of data Help in integrating applications for decision making and planning Allow departments to talk to each other Easy to integrate by using processed built into ERP software A way to force BPR (reengineering) Easy way to solve Y2K problem
  • Vendors
  • Vendors
  • What is SAP R/3?  SAP = Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing (R = real time, 3 = 3 tier)  German Based Company  3rd Largest Independent Software Vendor in the World  SAP: ERP Market Leader  80% Fortune 500 Companies Use SAP  Over 18,500 Customers in 120+ Countries  Over 12 million users
  • What is SAP R/3?  Client/Server Technology  Highly Customizable  Based on Industry Specific Best Practices  Multi-lingual: International  Based on Open Standards  Integrated Applications System: Modular in design
  • Evolution of SAP ERP Product
  • SAP-Advantages SAP is shipped with Net weaver OS Independent Platform MDM Tool Kernel Dependent Xapps Frame work DB IndependentAnalysis and Decision making systemExchange Infrastructure to It supports OOPSCommunicate with various LegacySystems SAP Integration between Modules Mobile Infrastructure Advantages Single GUI Industry Solutions and Add-Ons Role Based Security Continuous Improvement(R&D) Supports Intranet / Internet 7X24X365 support Supports all Languages Rich set of Modules
  • New DimensionProducts Business Information Warehouse Strategic Enterprise Managemen t Supply Chain Optimizer
  • SAP Components & Solutions : Positioning People SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 Process Integration & Integration – Enterprise Portal 7.0 ERP to ERP , Collaboration Process Integration 7.0 ERP to Non- ERP Integration Business Intelligence 7.0 Information Master Data Management 5.5 Integration - Composites Composition Environment 7.1 Business Development – Analytics & SOA SAP ERP 6.0 Reporting , Enablement Master Data Management Application Platform – Core SAP Enterprise Core Components Business (ECC 6.0) Functions Web Application Web Application Computing Server 7.0 Server 7.0 Engines – Web ABAP JAVA Application Servers
  • SAP Offerings based on Company Size Solution for Small Businesses • Less than 100 Employees • Less than 30 Users • Basic functions pre-configured SAP Business Solution for Medium Businesses One • Between 100 and 500 Employees • On demand solution catering to niche process areas SAP Business By Design Solution for Medium Businesses • Strong Industry-specific focus • Stable core business processes SAP Business All-in-One • Preconfigured solutions Large & Very Large Enterprises • Complete spectrum of business solutions SAP Business Suite • Adaptable components to address business process complexities • For over 500 employees Functionality/Industry Support/Adaptability
  • SAP: Solution Hierarchy •SAP •xApps •Solutions •mySAP CRM •mySAP •mySAP SCM •BUISNESS •mySAP HR SUITE •SAP R/3 •mySAP ERP •mySAP PLM•SAP •SAP R/3 • ENTERPRISE •mySAP SRM•BUISNESS •SAP •SAP •…….•ONE BASIS •SAP WEB AS •SAP NETWEAVER •SAP BASIS •WEB AS
  • Evolution of SAP Releases• SAP releases come in two flavours – An application flavour and basis(was) flavour.• The SAP Application , otherwise called ECC 6.0 was earlier called mySAP ERP 2005 , and this is based on WAS 7.0• The older release , ECC 5.0 was called mySAP ERP 2004 and was based on WAS 6.40• The predecessor to ECC 5.0 , was called SAP Enterprise 4.7 , based on WAS 6.20 and 6.30. This was the first time SAP BASIS kernel came to be referred to as WAS. The JAVA Engine made its first appearance in this release.• Earlier SAP releases were called R/3. This is starting from R/3 3.1i to 4.6c. The underlying BASIS kernel was versioned from 3.1i to 4.6D.All such releases were based purely on ABAP engines
  • SAP Components – One View SAP Industry Solutions Retail,Utilities,Oil & Gas,Aerospace etc SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 Enterprise Portal 7.0 Process Integration 7.0 Business Intelligence 7.0 Technology Master Data Management 5.5 Components Business Composition Environment 7.1 & xApps Suite Composites Solutions SAP ERP 6.0 Solution CRM 2007 SAP Enterprise Core Manager SRM 2007 Components SAP Kernel SCM 2007 (ECC 6.0) Composites SEM 2007 SAPGUI GTS SAP ITS Web Web Plug-Ins Application Application Server 7.0 Server 7.0 ABAP JAVA
  • Modules in SAP R/3 (or ECC) FICO – Finance & Controlling SD - Sales & Distribution MM - Material Management PP - Production Planning QM - Quality Management WM - Wareshouse Management LE - Logistics Execution HR - Human Resource PS - Project Systems EHS - Environment Health and Safety PLM - Product Life Cycle Management
  • New Dimension Products (mySAP) CRM – Customer Relationship Management SRM – Supplier Relationship Management APO – Advanced Planner & Optimizer BI – Business Intelligence SEM – Strategic Enterprise Management BPC – Business Process Consolidation FSCM – Financial Supply Chain Management PI – Process Integration
  • Evolution of SAP Releases• SAP releases come in two flavours – An application flavour and basis(was) flavour.• The SAP Application , otherwise called ECC 6.0 was earlier called mySAP ERP 2005 , and this is based on WAS 7.0• The older release , ECC 5.0 was called mySAP ERP 2004 and was based on WAS 6.40• The predecessor to ECC 5.0 , was called SAP Enterprise 4.7 , based on WAS 6.20 and 6.30. This was the first time SAP BASIS kernel came to be referred to as WAS. The JAVA Engine made its first appearance in this release.• Earlier SAP releases were called R/3. This is starting from R/3 3.1i to 4.6c. The underlying BASIS kernel was versioned from 3.1i to 4.6D.All such releases were based purely on ABAP engines
  • SAP Components – One View SAP Industry Solutions Retail,Utilities,Oil & Gas,Aerospace etc SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 Enterprise Portal 7.0 Process Integration 7.0 Business Intelligence 7.0 Technology Master Data Management 5.5 Components Business Composition Environment 7.1 & xApps Suite Composites Solutions SAP ERP 6.0 Solution CRM 2007 SAP Enterprise Core Manager SRM 2007 Components SAP Kernel SCM 2007 (ECC 6.0) Composites SEM 2007 SAPGUI GTS SAP ITS Web Web Plug-Ins Application Application Server 7.0 Server 7.0 ABAP JAVA
  • Modules in SAP R/3 (or ECC) FICO – Finance & Controlling SD - Sales & Distribution MM - Material Management PP - Production Planning QM - Quality Management WM - Wareshouse Management LE - Logistics Execution HR - Human Resource PS - Project Systems EHS - Environment Health and Safety PLM - Product Life Cycle Management
  • New Dimension Products (mySAP) CRM – Customer Relationship Management SRM – Supplier Relationship Management APO – Advanced Planner & Optimizer BI – Business Intelligence SEM – Strategic Enterprise Management BPC – Business Process Consolidation FSCM – Financial Supply Chain Management PI – Process Integration
  • Industry Solutions IS-AFS – Apparel and Footwear IS-OIL – Oil and Gas IS-Util – Utilities IS-Retail – Retail IS-AUTO – Automotive Media – Media ….. 25 Industry verticals and growing.
  • Current Global SAP Best Practices Portfolio Industries Cross Industries Components Country Baseline Versions Automotive versions to meet Expanded  your industry and geographic needsERP Baseline Package  SAP  Argentina  Mexico Chemicals  CRM  SAP NetWeaver  Australia  The Netherlands Consumer Products  Business Intelligence  SAP CRM  Austria  New Zealand Discrete Manufacturing  Supply Chain Management  SAP GRC Access  Belgium  Norway Engineering, Construction  Enterprise Portals Control  Brazil  Peru & Operations  Human Capital  SAP GRC GTS  Canada  Philippines Fabricated Metals Management  SAP NetWeaver  Chile  Poland High Tech  Global Risk and Business  China  Portugal Industrial Machinery Compliance Intelligence  Colombia  Romania & Components  Corporate Performance  SAP Supply Chain Management  Croatia  Russia Logistic Service Providers Management  SAP NetWeaver  Czech Rep.  Serbia & Mn. Media  International Accounting Standards Portal  GCC countries  Singapore Mining  Denmark  Slovak Republic  … And more  … And more Pharmaceuticals  Finland  Slovenia Primary Steel  France  South Africa Professional Services  Germany  Spain Public Sector  Greece  Sweden Retail  Hong Kong  Switzerland Wholesale Distribution  Hungary  Thailand Utilities  India  Turkey … And more  Italy  U.K.  Japan  United StatesFor an updated list of packages, go to:  Korea  Venezuelahttp://service.sap.com/bestpractices  Release Planning  Malaysia  … And more