SAP Training Details


Training will cover SAP technical module called Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) which is SAP’s proprietary 4th Generation Language (4GL). SAP core is written almost entirely in ABAP. ABAP is a high level programming language used in SAP for development and other customization processes. This covers advanced SAP programming applications with ABAP. This will cover how to enhance SAP applications by developing custom reports and interfaces with ABAP programming.


This training session will cover up the concepts on heart of the supply chain systems. SAP Material Management (MM) is part of the SAP ERP logistics system, which covers the areas of purchase and inventory management. SAP purchase management deals with the transactions associated with creation and maintenance of purchase documents. The set of purchase documents contain transaction data. SAP needs master data to produce this transaction data.


The Sales and Distribution (SD) module is part of a logistic module that supports customers starting from accepting a quotation from the customer until billing the customer for products or services sold. This module is tightly integrated with other modules like MM, PP, FI, etc.

This training will cover up simple SD business process, where the SD, MM, and FI modules are involved. In a complex business process, other SAP modules are involved and integrated with the SD module to carry out the sales cycle.


This session will cover up financial information and controlling modules. The Financial and Managerial Accounting module enables companies of any size to centrally manage financial accounting data within an international framework of multiple companies, languages, currencies, and charts of accounts. The Financial Information (FI) modules take care of external reporting by providing information in the form of a balance sheet and P&L account. The Controlling (CO) module takes care of management’s reporting requirements. It offers a variety of reporting tools that handle different reporting requirements for the effective management of an entity. FI is the main source of data for CO; however, sometimes the CO module generates FI postings, such as reconciliation posting initiated by the reconciliation ledger.


This training on Supply Chain Management(SCM) will cover entire supply chain areas comprises three areas: supply, manufacturing, and distribution. The supply portion of a supply chain focuses on the raw materials needed by manufacturing, which in turn converts raw materials into finished products. The distribution aspect of a supply chain focuses on moving the finished products through a network of distributors, warehouses, and outlets. Strategic analysis and supply chain collaboration allow businesses to monitor and optimize the extended supply chain, spanning multiple parties inside and outside the organization. SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) provides for a great number of business scenarios but includes only a few technical components.


A `BOM (Bill of Material)' is nothing but a structured list of components (with the object number, quantity, and unit of measure) that go into the making of a product or an assembly. Depending on the industry sector, they may also be called recipes or lists of ingredients. The structure of the product determines whether the bill of material is simple or very complex.


This training will cover how to facilitate production planning, execution, and control from creating realistic and consistent planning figures to production order planning, repetitive manufacturing, or Kanban production control processing. This gives overview on Complex procedure for controlling production and material flow based on a chain of operations in production and procurement.


This training will cover how to manage preventive maintenance using different strategies, including risk-based maintenance and total productive maintenance as well as maintenance orders and equipment and technical objects.


This training will demonstrate how SAP Facilitates planning of inspections and quality control, as well as managing the necessary quality notifications, certificates, and test equipment to proactively manage the product lifecycle.

SAP –Project and Portfolio Management

Training focuses on managing the network of dependencies within a project and includes tracking and managing budget, scheduling, and other resource-based key performance indicators. It was formerly Project Management(PM).


This training will cover Enterprise Asset Managementhow to address the design, build, operations, and disposal phases of Assets. SAP –HCM This session will cover Human Capital Management (HCM) by adding a robust collection of integrated and self-described “talent management” capabilities. Several of these HCM services actually fall into two broad focus areas that SAP still tends to use as labels: Personnel Administration (PA) and Personnel Planning and Development (PD). Each addresses different aspects of a company’s HR functions; the integration of the two creates a well-oiled HR machine that, when integrated with a firm’s other business processes, creates a competitive advantage for the business.


Customer Relationship Management (CRM) supports customer-related processes end to end. SAP CRM also augments typical back-end functions such as order fulfillment, shipping, invoicing, and accounts receivable. And it folds in and enables enterprise-wide customer intelligence—business intelligence specific to a company’s customers and their needs. This increased velocity improves profitability per customer while helping address the business’s strategic priorities.


SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) facilitates rapid development and delivery of the products addressing a host of change management challenges (from design to engineering, production ramp-up, and so on), post-sales service, and post-sales maintenance needs.