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SAP Syllabus

The detailed syllabus is designed for freshers as well as working professionals

1. Introduction to SAP R/3

    • Introduction to ERP, Advantages of SAP over other ERP Packages
    • SAP Implementation methodology
    • Overview of different modules in SAP
    • Common SAP Terminologies
    • Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO

2. Financial Accounting Basic Setup

    • System Backbone – Enterprise Structure setup in SAP
    • Company code
    • Operating Concern
    • Controlling area
    • Chart of Accounts
    • Business Area
    • Functional Area
    • Credit controlling area

3. General Ledger Accounting

    • Deep dive – Chart of Account
    • Accounts Groups & Master-data significance
    • Driving Factors of Accounting postings in SAP:
      • Document type
      • Number ranges
      • Posting Keys
      • Fiscal year variant
      • Posting period variant
      • Field status variants
      • Exchange rates and Currencies
      • Reconciliation Accounts
      • Retained Earning Account
    • Accrual or Deferral Postings
    • Parked Document
    • Fast Data entry in GL
    • Concept of Open-item Clearing
    • Tolerance group
    • Define Financial Statement Version
    • Balance carry forward Balances
    • Forex Revaluation
    • Reports in SAP for GL Accounting
    • Substitution and Validation

4. Accounts receivable

    • Introduction to Sub-ledger – Accounts receivable
    • Customer account groups and assignment of number ranges
    • Customer masterdata and significance
    • Customer Payment Terms and Discounts
    • Receiving Down Payment
    • Bills Receivable
    • Dunning
    • Detailed Explanation of Oder to Cash flow in SAP
    • FI-SD Integration
    • Billing Documents (FI Invoice, SD Invoice, Credit memos)
    • Customer Payment and clearing
    • Credit management in SD module (Master-data, transaction and reports)
    • Reports in SAP for AR

5. Accounts Payable

    • Introduction to Sub-ledger – Accounts payable
    • Vendor account groups and assignment of number ranges
    • Vendor master-data and significance
    • Vendor Payment Terms
    • Payment Method configuration
    • Configuration of Automatic Payment Program, Payment run, Payment Advise
    • Detailed Explanation of Procure to Pay flow in SAP
    • FI-MM Integration, Configuration of automatic posting
    • GR/IR clearing
    • Posting of partial Payment & Residual Payment
    • Down Payment Paid
    • Banking Setup
    • Bank Reconciliations Statements
    • Creation of check lots and maintenance of check register
    • Automatic Clearing
    • Reports in SAP for AP

6. Asset Accounting

    • Fixed Asset Life Cycle
    • Asset masterdata: Creation of asset master (change/display/block/unblock).
    • Define chart of depreciation, Depreciation Area
    • Define Automatic account determination
    • Defining Depreciation key
    • Define Asset Class
    • Acquisition or purchase of assets, sale of assets.
    • Scrapping of assets, Transfer or retirement of assets.
    • Asset under Construction and settlement to Final Asset
    • Depreciation run.

7. Taxation

    • Introduction to Tax procedure
    • Input Tax / Output Tax
    • Withholding Tax
    • Reports for Taxation purpose

8. Month Ending Activities

    • Important Standard SAP Reports
    • Closing in Difference Modules
    • Cross-tower dependent closing activities
    • Year end activ

1. SAP Overview

  • Introduction to SAP
  • Introduction to ERP
  • SAP R/3 Architecture
  • Software Oriented View
  • Implementation lifecycle overview- Business Blue Print, Gap Analysis, Business Process Re-Engineering.
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2. Introduction to ABAP

  • Characteristics of ABAP
  • Workbench Architecture
  • Introduction to Data Dictionary
  • Repository Information
  • ABAP Statements
  • Creating Programs and Changing Programs
  • Processing Blocks in ABAP
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3. Components of ABAP Dictionary

  • Data Elements
  • Domains
  • Tables
  • Structures
  • Views
  • Search Help Object
  • Lock Objects
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4. Internal Tables

  • Types of Internal Tables
  • Creating and Processing Internal Tables
  • Joins
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5. ABAP Programming Language

  • Data Types
  • Input/output Statements
  • System Fields
  • Conditional Statements
  • Loops
  • Field Symbols.
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6. Modularization

  • Macros
  • Include Programs
  • Sub Routines
  • Function Modules
  • Type pools
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7. Debugger

  • Breakpoints in program
  • Debugging Techniques in ABAP
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8. Object Oriented ABAP

  • Classes
  • Polymorphism
  • Inheritance
  • Interfaces
  • Exceptions
  • Events
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9. Report Programming

  • Classical
  • Interactive
  • ALV
  • Selection Screen
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10. Dialog Programming

 

 

Screen PainterFlow Logic

1. Other Database Objects

  • Sequence
  • Index
  • Synonyms
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2. Dialog Programming

 

  • Screen Painter
  • Flow Logic
  • Layout
  • MenuPainter
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3. Performance Tuning

  • Types of Program analysis
  • Static Checks
  • Short Dump Analysis
  • Performance Tools Runtime Analysis SQL Trace
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4. Data Migration

  • Data Migration reports
  • Batch Data Communication (BDC)
  • Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW)
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5. Forms

  • SAPscript
  • Smartforms
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6. Enhancements

 

  • User Exit
  • Customer exits
  • Business Add Ins
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7. Concepts of

  • Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPI)
  • Remote Function Calling (RFC)
  • Application Link Enabling (ALE) /Intermediate Document (IDOC)
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8. Real time scenarios of all the following content:

  • Introduction of the SAP system and ABAP
  • The logon process
  • The GUI
  • ABAP Workbench
  • ABAP Dictionary
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9. (Create tables, structures domains, data elements accessing the standard table entries)

  • ABAP programming in ABAP Editor
  • Internal tables
  • Data access
  • Modularization techniques: subroutines, function modules, RFC
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10. Report (Normal, ALV & Interactive)

  • Dialog programming in ABAP (Module pool Program)
  • Data transfer techniques: BDC and LSMW
  • BAPI
  • SAP script and Smart Forms & Adobe Form
  • Creating reports in the SAP system
  • (Normal and Interactive Reports)
  • Defining and implementing BADIs
  • Enhancements
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11. (With all the real time scenarios)

  • ALE & RFC (Developer Concepts)
  • Object orientation in ABAP
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12. (Creation of classes and methods accessing classes)

  1. SAP Overview & Navigations
    • Introduction to SAP
    • Types of SAP Projects and terms associated with it
    • Logon to SAP system & Navigations
  2. Organizational Levels
    • SAP MM Organizational Levels & its importance
    • Company Code
    • Plant
    • Storage Location
    • Purchasing Organization
    • Purchasing Group
  3. Master Data
    • Material Master
    • Material Views
    • Material Types
    • Vendor Master
    • Account Group, Reconciliation Account, Partner Roles
    • Purchasing Info Records (PIR)
    • Source List
  4. SAP Procurement Cycle
  5. Purchasing Documents
    • Purchase Requisition
    • Purchase Order
    • Outline Agreements: Contracts & Scheduling Agreements
  6. Procurement Processes
    • Procurement for Stock
    • Procurement for Consumption
    • Procurement of External Services
    • Special Procurement Processes
    • Subcontracting Process
    • Consignment Process
  7. Reports in Purchasing
  8. SAP MM Posting Period
  9. Inventory Management
    • Goods Receipt
    • Goods Issue
    • Transfer Posting
    • Stock Transfer
  10. Physical Inventory Process
  11. Logistics Invoice Verification (LIV)
    • Invoice, Subsequent Debit, Credit Memo, Subsequent Credit
  12. SAP MM Customization
    • Enterprise Structure
    • Customization related to Purchasing
    • Number Ranges
    • PO Release Procedure
    • Price Determination Procedure
    • Split Valuation
    • Material Types, Number ranges for Material & Accounting Document, MIGO personal Settings
    • Automatic Account Determination
    • Attributes of System Messages (Error, Warning)
  13. SAP Projects related roadmap & terminologies
  1. SAP Overview & Navigations
    • Introduction to SAP
    • Types of SAP Projects and terms associated with it
    • Logon to SAP system & Navigations
  2. Organizational Levels
    • SAP MM Organizational Levels & its importance
    • Company Code
    • Plant
    • Storage Location
    • Purchasing Organization
    • Purchasing Group
  3. Master Data
    • Material Master
    • Material Views
    • Material Types
    • Vendor Master
    • Account Group, Reconciliation Account, Partner Roles
    • Purchasing Info Records (PIR)
    • Source List
  4. SAP Procurement Cycle
  5. Purchasing Documents
    • Purchase Requisition
    • Purchase Order
    • Outline Agreements: Contracts & Scheduling Agreements
  6. Procurement Processes
    • Procurement for Stock
    • Procurement for Consumption
    • Procurement of External Services
    • Special Procurement Processes
    • Subcontracting Process
    • Consignment Process
  7. Reports in Purchasing
  8. SAP MM Posting Period
  9. Inventory Management
    • Goods Receipt
    • Goods Issue
    • Transfer Posting
    • Stock Transfer
  10. Physical Inventory Process
  11. Logistics Invoice Verification (LIV)
    • Invoice, Subsequent Debit, Credit Memo, Subsequent Credit
  12. SAP MM Customization
    • Enterprise Structure
    • Customization related to Purchasing
    • Number Ranges
    • PO Release Procedure
    • Price Determination Procedure
    • Split Valuation
    • Material Types, Number ranges for Material & Accounting Document, MIGO personal Settings
    • Automatic Account Determination
    • Attributes of System Messages (Error, Warning)
  13. SAP Projects related roadmap & terminologies
  1. Overview of SAP
    • Overview of modules and sub-modules in SAP HR
    • SAP Architecture (Concept of Layers)
    • SAP Landscape (Concept of Servers and Clients)
    • SAP Project Phases
    • Understanding of various SAP symbols/icons viz. Create, Change, Display, Overview
    • Execute, Save, Enter
    • Frequently used terminologies in SAP HR
      • SAP Easy Access and Implementation Guide
      • Info type and Info type Ranges
      • Transaction Codes
      • Table, Feature, Schema & Rules
      • ERP, SAP, HR, ECC, IMG, GUI, ABAP, BDC, PCR, EP, ESS, MSS
      • Groupings(Country.Grouping, Employee Subgroup Grouping and Personnel Subarea Grouping)
      • Authorizations
      • Key User and End User
  2. Enterprise Structure & Personnel Structure
    • Enterprise Structure
      • Client, Company, Company Code, Personnel Area, Personnel Subarea and Organizational Key
    • Personnel Structure
      • Employee Group, Employee Subgroup and Payroll Area
  3. Organizational Management
    • Overview of Organizational Management module
    • Organization Plan and Plan Versions
    • Creation of Organizational Unit (Department, Job, Position etc.)
    • Assignment of Cost Centre
    • Normal view of Organization Structure
    • Graphical view of Organization Structure
    • Difference – Expert Mode & Simple Maintenance
    • Relationships between various organizational units
    • Difference – Relationship & Evaluation Path
    • Integration between Organizational Management and Personnel Administration
    • Important infotypes (1000, 1001, 1007)
    • Important transaction codes (PPOC_OLD, PPOM_OLD, PO03, PO10, PO13)
    • Overview of standard reports
  4. Personnel Administration
    • Overview of Personnel Administration module
    • Overview of infotypes and Infogroups
    • Maintenance of Infotypes
    • Time Constraint Class for Infotypes
    • Different Personnel Actions
    • Employee Number Range
    • Performance of various Personnel Actions
    • Difference – Dynamic Action and Additional Action
    • Important infotypes
    • Important transaction codes (PA40, PA30, PA20, PE03)
    • Important features (NUMKR)
    • Overview of standard reports
  5. Time Management
    • Overview of Time Management module
    • Difference – Positive Time Management/Time Recording & Negative Time
    • Management/Time Recording
    • Public Holidays, Public Holiday Calendar and Factory Calendar
    • Employee Subgroup Grouping and Personnel Subarea Grouping
    • Break Schedule
    • Daily Work Schedule
    • Period Work Schedule
    • Work Schedule Rule
    • Attendance Types, Quota Types
    • Absence Types (Paid & Unpaid), Quota Types
    • Counting Rule, Deduction Rule
    • Overtime
    • Time Evaluation
    • Important infotypes
    • Maintenance of time Infotypes
    • Important transaction codes (PA30, PE03)
  6. Payroll Administration (India)
    • Overview of Payroll Administration module
    • Pay Scale Structure (Pay Scale Type , Pay Scale Area , Pay Scale Group and Pay Scale Level)
    • Creation of Wage Type Catalogue
    • Wage Types for Basic Pay
      • Wage Types for Recurring Payments & Deductions
      • Wage Types for Additional Payments
    • Wage Type Characteristics
    • Processing Class, Cumulation Class and Evaluation Class
    • Period Parameter
    • Date Modifier
    • Generation of Payroll Period
    • Creation and understanding of Payroll Control Record
    • Wage Type Model
    • Allowance Grouping
    • Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks
    • Statutory components viz. Provident Fund, ESIC, P. Tax, LWF
    • Integration of Time to Payroll
    • Prerequisite of Payroll Run
    • Creation of Remuneration Statement
    • Overview of Payroll Run
      • Setting up of Control Record
      • Setting up of Payroll Variant
      • Payroll Run – Test Mode
      • Payroll Run – Live mode
      • Generation of Remuneration Statement (Pay Slip)
      • Exit Payroll
    • Important infotypes (Payroll India)
    • Maintenance of payroll (India) Infotypes
    • Important transaction codes (PA03, PA30, PE03, PE51, SM31)
    • Important features (TARIF, LGMST)
    • Overview of standard reports
  7. Additional Features:
    • Thorough understanding of End-to-End Implementation of SAP HR.
    • Configuration of four base modules viz. Organizational Management, Personnel Administration, Time Management and Payroll Administration (India).
    • Provision of sample of Business Blue Print document of SAP HR.
    • Provision of study material strictly from interview point of view.
    • Provision of case study
    • Assistance towards resume building

SAP Classes in Pune

 Every year many companies spend lots of money on different kinds of software known as ERP. But, talking about the smaller companies, they don’t have a satisfactory budget to purchase an ERP system. If you don’t know about ERP, then we must tell you that the companies use ERP for storing the core operational data. Here, the data is related to sales projections, inventory, and purchase orders. That’s why; ERP denotes the ‘brain’ of a company required for taking actions to maintain data-driven workflows.

The birth of SAP

It was 1972 when five engineers left their jobs at IBM for pursuing a software contract with a chemical firm named ICI. They together created SAP, considering it like other software. SAP has successfully embedded in customers’ offices and developing on its customers’ computer meant for writing logistics management software. At the start, they don’t have any idea that SAP has a great future ahead and bring lots of revenue to the companies.

Presently, SAP is known to be a multinational software corporation that is a market leader in the ERP field.

Do you know the original name of SAP?

Well, it is exciting to know that it was previously known as Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte in der Dataverarbeeitung. After its translation, now it is known as Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing. The company is currently serving more than 180 countries, and it contributes about 77% of money exchanged through global business transactions.

Does your interest in learning SAP has increased? If yes, then do join the SAP course in Pune offered by 3RI Technologies.

What do you understand by SAP?

SAP is known as Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing. It generally comprises of numerous fully integrated modules that usually covers a virtually different aspect of business management. Most of the business processes completed using SAP are Operations, Financials, Human Capital Management, and Corporate Services. There are numerous modules and phases include in SAP. 

Stage 1 – Project Preparation

Stage 2 – Business Blueprint

Stage 3 – Realization

Stage 4 – Final preparation

Stage 5 – Go-Live Support

Types of SAP

  1.  SAP FICO

SAP FICO is present as a module required for financial reporting, both internally and externally. The prime motive of this module is to record all kinds of business transactions, which are generally posted by an entity and generating financial statements with accuracy. Note that SAP FI has several sub-modules, which often means for accounts receivables, asset accounting, accounts payables, bank accounting, and general ledger accounting. Nowadays, the SAP FICO course in Pune is also available that make students learn about it.

You will find that submodules are integrated and interlinked in real-time. Let’s discuss some of the uses of SAP FICO.

General ledger accounting checks the reporting. In SAP, there is a set of public ledger accounts known as a chart of accounts needed by companies. Some of the reports convey for preparing financial statements. The transactions generally record in sub-modules that reconcile using general ledgers. These transactions include typically journal vouchers that attach to adjust or correct deals if required. You don’t have to worry as reversals completed using public ledger accounting.

  • Accounts receivables

Well, the accounts receivables are the kind of submodules needed for capturing all transactions with customers and managing customer accounts. It is easy to maintain the separate customer accounts with them and also the deals done in customer accounts; the reconciliation accounts automatically update the figures. Generally, the purchase here we are talking about includes credit memo posting, invoice posting, invoice payment, down payments, dunning, and executing customer reports.  

  • Accounts payables

Another sub-module in the list is account payables used for capturing transactions with vendors and further managing their accounts. In this also, whenever purchases put together in vendors’ accounts, the reconciliation accounts present in general ledger get updated showing real-time figures. Here, we are talking about the transactions related to credit memo, invoice posting, down payments, automatic payment program, invoice payment, and executing vendor reports.

  • Asset accounting

Asset accounting uses for managing different transactions mainly related to assets for an entity. The deals here we are talking include asset retirement, asset acquisition, asset sale, asset revaluation, asset transfer, and asset depreciation.

  • Bank accounting

As the name implies, bank accounting applies to capture transactions with banks. Reconciliation ready to reconcile the deals and records on bank statements as compared to sales feed in the system.

The best thing about SAB FICO is that financial statements can easily be extracted from a system whenever required.

That’s the reason; people are opting for SAP FICO training in Pune by seeing its popularity.

  2.  SAP ABAP

SAP ABAP is known to be a high-level programming language that is required by most of the companies for customizing SAP ERP. It uses for customizing the workflows related to materials management, financial accounting, asset management, and other SAP modules. NetWeaver, a recently added development platform, is also supporting ABAP and Java.

There are numerous reasons that one should use SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming). Let’s start discussing a few of them.

  • Most of the developers use ABAP for developing the SAP R3 platform.
  • Present as a simple language, it is effortless to learn.
  • You can select from procedural and object-oriented programming.
  • Help SAP customers to improve SAP-based applications.
  • SAP ABAP uses for creating custom reports and interfaces.
  • Programmers find ABAP language simple to use.

ABAP is present as a fourth-generation language that is developed in 1980 and become a language for developing a program for client-server. In 1999, ABAP objects were introduced by SAP as an object-oriented extension. The 7.0 version of ABAP first introduced in 2006 and the latest 7.52 in 2017.

Generally, ABAP programs get stored in the SAP database and never stored in external files such as C++ and Java programs.

Talking about ABAP workbench

ABAP Workbench considers being an essential part of the SAP ABAP system. It comprises of different tools, which requires editing programs. SAP use ABAP for the development of standard custom applications. Hence, ABAP workbench conveys for creating dictionary objects. You can think about taking SAP ABAP training in Pune from 3RI Technologies.

There are some ABAP components on which workbench depends.

  • ABAP Editor

It is required to maintain different programs.

  • Repository browser

It means for displaying a hierarchical structure of various components.

  • Screen painter

This component is necessary for maintaining the screen components needed for online programs.

  • Function builder

It is present as a component useful for maintaining and creating function groups and modules.

  • Workbench organizer

Well, it is an essential component required for sustainable development projects, which are managed by developers for distribution purposes.

  • ABAP dictionary

ABAP Dictionary widely uses for maintaining the dictionary objects.

  • Menu painter

As the name implies, the menu painter means for developing GUI like menu bars and toolbars.

  • Repository Information System

It requires storing information regarding the development and runtime objects.

  • Data modeler

It is an excellent tool for supporting graphical modeling.

  3. SAP MM

SAP MM plays an integral part of SAP ERP required for offering companies with inventory, materials, and warehouse management capabilities. In short, SAP Material Management uses for managing purchases and transactional data. The objective of SAP MM is to make sure that the materials are always available in proper quantities, and there is no shortage of any gap in the supply chain. Thus, supply chain professionals and SAP users find it beneficial to complete the purchase of goods in time and make a cost-effective deal.

SAP MM has become an essential part of the logistic function of any organization, from procurement to delivery of products. Therefore, you can also think about making a career ahead in SAP MM with SAP MM training in Pune.

Noted features of SAP MM

There are certain features of SAP MM that considers while using it.

  • It is present as one of the modules, which generally deals with material and inventory management.
  • SAP MM uses as a process needed for ensuring that there is no shortage of materials or the presence of gaps in the supply chain.
  • This module is excellent for speeding up procurement and material management activities. Hence, it is best to run a smooth business.
  • SAP MM is ideal for managing both materials and resources for speeding up productivity and minimizes the costs.
  • A versatile module, it is needed to accommodate the changes.
  • SAP MM deals with Master Data, Procurement Process, Account Determination & Valuation of Material, Inventory management, Material Requirement Planning, Invoice Verification, and others.

Is it advantageous to use SAP MM?

If you want to know the answer, then it is absolutely yes. As said earlier, SAP MM is best for minimizing the cost of operations. Moreover, it is also useful for reducing the inventory losses occurred by removing the unnecessary material.

What are the types of Procurement in SAP MM?

Fundamentally, there are two types of procurements that are done by SAP MM.

  1. Basic procurement

Essential acquisition defines as a process, which includes buying the right services and materials in apt quantity at the possible lowest price and the right time. There are different lifecycles involve in essential procurement; let’s have a look at them.

  • Collecting information

The process generally initiated with gathering information regarding product ad its quantity. After this, it found on the required products, services, and suppliers must contacts.

  • Suppliers

It is based on suppliers, requirements that contact, and requested for accomplishing the need.

  • Maintenance, consumption, and Disposal

In this lifecycle, the products and services evaluate as per the performance. Thus, it further decided to do further orders or not from the same supplier, or else a new supplier should contact.

SAP MM is beneficial, and one should opt for SAP classes in Pune to make a bright future ahead.

4.  SAP SD

SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) counts amongst relevant modules that comprise different business processes prerequisites in shipping, billing, and selling of products done in an organization. In simple language, SAP SD is a module widely used for managing the customer relationship, which starts from raising a quotation to completing sales order and billing of products.

It is present as ERP software that helps organizations to integrate different business procedures via a single unified system. SAP has come a long way as initially it was introduced for concentrating on inventory management. Now, it uses for enhancing the process of different departments. Generally, SAP SD works in close collaboration with other SAP modules for the effective working of an organization. The additional modules with which it operates are –

  • Financial accounting
  • Controlling
  • Materials management
  • Production planning and others.

SAP SD introduces to simplify numerous business procedures like sales orders, pricing, billing, deliveries, credit management, customer master, and material master data.

Next, we are discussing the characteristics linked with SAP SD.

  • It is useful for implementing business methods required for billing and selling of products as well as services.
  • Incorporating the data flow for the remaining modules of SAP.
  • Multicurrency: There are several languages used for the process. The conversions that occurred between currencies means to be automatic and useful in connecting to SAPs real-time currency rate database.
  • Flexible functionality: IMG function uses for customizing the product.
  • Pricing flexibility: SAP SD gives you power off creating complex pricing schemes. They are entirely dependent on special promotions, customers, goods sold, and others.
  • Simple order entry: In this, the users have to enter their necessary order details. It is easy to get access to different levels of order, item, and schedule line information.
  • SAP SD requires comprehensive reporting, which allows data to get stored, reported, and consolidated by the users.

What are the key components included in SAP SD?

No doubt, SAP SD is designed for helping in better management of sales and customer distribution data. You must know that there are specific components of it that defines SAP SD in a better manner.

  1. SAP SD MD (Master Data)

This module requires for tracking every transaction within the data. SAP SD MD usually comprises of the customer as well as material data and credit management. It includes methods of cash and order.

Functions of Master Data

  • Customer Master
  • Pricing conditions
  • Material Master
  1. SAP SD SLS (Sales)

As the name suggests, SAP SD sales are needed to handle every minute detail of the transaction. It starts by recording the product and end at entering customers’ details, feedback, pricing, everything marked using this module.

Functions of SAP SD SLS

  • Sales orders
  • Scheduling agreements
  • Credit & Debit memo requests
  • Rush orders and backorders
  • Consignment
  • Inquiries and quotes
  1. SP SD BIL (Billing Module)

Billing contemplates as an integral part of the distribution and sales process. Nowadays, customers give an option to make the payment via online mode or using cash on delivery. Thus, billing modules are useful in appropriately tracking the billing data.

Functions of the billing module

  • Real-time integration with finance
  • Manual or automatic invoice creation
  • Comprehensive and fully integrated pricing
  • A complete set of billing functions
  1. SAP SD SHP (Shipping)

Whenever we talk about sales, shipping, and delivery emphasizes. Therefore, it requires that products should be shipped correctly and delivered well to the customers. There are different kinds of shipping methods, and this module needs for tracking each delivery of products.

Functions of the shipping module

  • Packing, picking and inventory management
  • Delivery scheduling
  • Return deliveries
  • Generating shipping documents
  • Transportation management and scheduling
  • Stock transfer
  1. SAP SD TBA (Transportation)

The transportation module works in collaboration with the shipping module. It clears that or each product; companies use a different mode of transportations and useful for tracking transportation-related data. This module is quite flexible and very simple to use, which enables the users to collect and utilize data from distribution and sales processing.

  1. SAP SD CAS (Sales Support)

Customers generally remain in contact with the sales team to keep a check on selling products to maintaining them. Hence, data that exchanges between customers and the sales team related to delivering support are recorded and reported. Moreover, sales support is required to support the staff that is involved in the development of business and customer service.

Functions of sales support

  • Contact persons
  • Sales activities
  • Direct marketing
  • Competitors and competitive products
  • Sales prospects

SAP Sales and Distribution is an essential component that brings lots of benefits to a company. That’s why; many people are looking forward to doing SAP SD training in Pune.

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Building a career in SAP

Why make a career in SAP?

Which SAP module can I choose for my career?

Why SAP only?

These are some questions that come in the mind of every beginner. Technologies have been changing with time, and companies are adopting them.

SAP designs for managing data for offering customers the ability to get interacted with a single unified system. The implementation of this technology needs adequate experience and knowledge because it is quite complex to handle. Therefore, it is the prime reason that SAP is highly demanding among the people giving extensive career opportunities.

Small to large-sized companies are moving to SAP application software and mainly recruiting those candidates who know SAP. Yes, of all certification courses, SAP certification is the most valued one and proven to be beneficial for SAP consultants from all over the world.

Now, the question is how you can choose the right module to be a successful consultant. Before selecting the modules, there are certain things that one must consider while choosing the best SAP module.

  • Domain experience
  • Educational qualification
  • Career goals

There are numerous modules included in the SAP certification course related to every aspect of the industry. Though, it seems that the understanding between SAP consultant and SAP end users sometimes becomes quite challenging and time-consuming. Hence, the educational aspect is essential if you are thinking about selecting any of the SAP modules proven to be beneficial for your career path.

What kind of jobs can you get in SAP?

SAP has a vast range of modules that covers almost every aspect of IT industries and business management. In total, 28 modules out of which some are known to be extremely beneficial in terms of career perspective.

  1. SAP Quality Management (QM)

SAP QM module is highly demanded, among others. Presently, private companies and government bodies who are responsible for implement environment safety measures prefer to have employers who have done the SAP QM certification course.  

By doing this module, one can think of becoming a System Specialist, Quality Engineer, Functional Consultant, Application Consultant, Advisory Consultant, Manager, Software Engineer, and QM Consultant.

2. SAP Materials Management (MM)

After completing the SAP certification for MM module, there are increased chances to become Project Manager, SAP Procurement Specialist, SAP Trainer, Manager Materials SAP End User, Team Leader, and Purchase Executive.

3. SAP NetWeaver module for managing diverse data

Completion of certification allows the applicants to get a job as Software Developer, SAP EP consultant, Application Developer, Software Engineer, Team Leader, System Engineer, SAP Basis Administrator, and SAP Basis Consultant.

4. SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (FICO) module

Uncertainly, this course had taken the finance sector with a storm. There are many consultancy companies like 3RI who are offering this course at affordable prices. Those who pass a particular examination after completion of this course can find an endless ocean of opportunities.

The end of this module opens the career opportunities as Project Leader, Module Leads, SAP Functional Consultant, Process Developer, Manager Costing, SAP FI Consultant, and SAP CO Consultant.

5. SAP Payroll Module

Before few years, in India, companies didn’t like to invest in recruiting a separate payroll team as they deal with the HR department. Now the situation has been completely changed because payroll is taking its foothold in present industries.

The qualification of the Payroll module enhances the chances of becoming an SAP HCM Consultant, HR Executive, or Payroll Executive.

6. SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

CRM is currently gaining lots of popularity because of its full scope. The professionals can find the opportunity from banks to online service providers. No one can deny that in the coming years, the range of job opportunities is going to increase.

The designations after getting the certification of SAP Customer Relationship Management are Project Manager SAP, System Engineer, SAP Trainer, Customer Relationship Management Manager, SAP CRM Functional Consultant, Software Engineer, SAP SD Functional Consultant, and SAP CRM Technical Consultant.

7. SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Module

If you are graduates of any field, you are eligible for this course. The certification course highly demands in wholesale, logistics, and retail domains. Even there are numbers of manufacturing companies that are looking for people who have successfully done this certification course.

After doing certification of this module, the applicants can become SAP CRM Functional Consultant, Project Manager SAP, SAP Trainee, SAP SD End User, Team Leader, Software Engineer, Senior Designer, and SAP SD Functional Consultant.

8. SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) Module

The name is self-explanatory as it helps those who want to make a great career in HR. The reason behind it is a high pay structure, and this certification course can bring your dreams to come true. The SAP certification teaches the applicants about how they can deal with people or employers and bringing their skill or talent out.

The HCM certification helps you in getting the job as HHR Officer, SAP MM Consultant, Assistant Manager HR, HR Recruiter, SAP HR Functional Consultant, SAP HCM Functional Consultant, and HR Executive.

Besides, many other jobs for which you can apply – Sales manager, Business Process Analyst, SAP Developer, Pre-Sales consultant, implementation Consultant, Solution Development Consultant, ABAP Developer, Pre-Sales Consultant, and Senior Software Engineer.

Why choose 3RI for SAP training?

3RI Technologies is well-established in 2010 and known to be a leading online/classroom training provider for Software Development Courses in Pune. Being present as the SAP training institute in Pune, 3RI is proudly offering SAP training at Pune to those who want to make a successful career in SAP. You can expect high-quality training while experiencing real-time projects. 3RI laces with high-end technologies and available as ISO 9001:2015 certified company. Never mind if you are a fresher or experienced one, with 3RI, you can enroll in a specially designed Job Oriented Programme. The experienced professionals with years of experience in this field generally provide training to the students. They guide the students with the right knowledge and work culture to prepare them for IT companies.

There are lots of reasons behind choosing 3RI over others.

  • Having years of experience in this field, the clients can trust 3RI as we provide industry-leading training.
  • 3RI has a complete belief that doing practice can make you perfect. We are not like others who just emphasize on PowerPoint presentations. We leave no stone unturned to make sure that students understand every concept of SAP, and practical knowledge is provided to them by the expert staff.
  • The offered online training allows the students to learn about the course at the comfort of their home. For this, we make use of industry-leading technologies.  
  • 3RI can create a custom plan as per the schedule so that the students can get ample time to learn about the course.
  • The experts at 3RI know the requirement of present leading IT industries and, thus, prepare the students likewise.
  • The professionals always assist the students if they face problems or have doubts.
  • 3RI is known for its bet placement network and provides access to the latest version of the software.
  • We provide full placement assistance along and interview tips along with the study materials so that students get a secure job in the companies.

Key Features of  SAP Training 

  • Trainers from Industry Experts
  • Hands on Experience on One Live Project.
  • 100 % Placement Assistance
  • Resume Preparation
  • Interview Preparation
  • Missed Sessions Covered
  • Multiple Flexible Batches
  • Practice Course Material

PREREQUISITES:

  • Good understanding of business process related to manufacturing, production

DURATION :

  • 7 Weeks(Weekdays Batch)
  • 8 Weekends(Weekend Batch)

WHO CAN JOIN THIS COURSE?

  • Fresh Graduates
  • End users of Corporate Clients
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FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

The period of the course depends on the topic. On average, the duration generally ranges from 2 to 6 hours. A typical training course, there are 4 to 12 separate lessons, and each one usually complete within 30 minutes. Anytime, the students can take these lessons via online mode. They have access to repeat the lessons as many times they want during their subscription period.

After the completion of the SAP certification course, one can work as an SAP consultant and get an annual salary of around INR 4, 75,000. After having an experience of 2-3 years in this domain, one can start getting the salary of INR 5,00,000 to 5,50,000. Talking the truth, it entirely depends on the employer how much they are offering to the applicants. Once you get enough experience, you can draw the right amount of money.

Simply, the SAP study is not at all easy as it seems because it requires you to acquire skills, complete dedication, and hard work. Tentatively, one will go to learn lots of things after completing the certification course. Talking about the SAP study, it is a reasonable effort of systematic research. There is a saying ‘Easy to learn, hard to master,’ which is true. The study resources available are not that much natural to understand as there is a requirement of adequate training and skills.

3RI Technologies is famous for offering online/classroom training to all students who want to make their career ahead in SAP. Here, you can enroll in different courses of ABAP, FICO, SD, MM, and others. The team is a rationale for behavior, concepts, and principle on which they are working. The students can get plenty of opportunities to get a job in IT companies after completion of the SAP certification course.

Yes, starting a career in SAP is quite exciting. Being present as new technology, you can find a steep learning curve to feel insoluble. The SAP beginners have to learn the basic understanding of business processes, project concepts, and SAP acronyms. There is a mandatory ERP course that you have to do. There are different modules included in completing the SAP certification course.

  1. Functional Modules
  • Financial Accounting
  • Controlling
  • Material Management
  • Production Planning
  • Sales & Distribution
  • Quality Management
  • Plant Maintenance
  • Project Systems
  • Human Capital Management

 

  1. Technical Modules
  • Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP)
  • Netweaver – Business Application Software Integrated Solutions (BASIS)

 

  1. Industry-Specific Solutions

 Selecting the right career that complements your abilities is a critical decision to make for achieving your life goals. A good selection of careers is essential for your professional growth. That’s why; the ambitious students always lookout for better career opportunities and job prospects to gain the highest point in their careers. The business world is changing, and it is required to upgrade your skills and increase your technical knowledge to suit the requirements of different IT companies. Therefore, the best thing is to equip you with SAP professional certifications and get industry-centric insights.

There are lots of modules available when it comes to completing the SAP certification course. The question ‘Which SAP course is best?’ is difficult to answer as you can’t select a particular SAP module. There are different functional and technical modules in SAP or their combination from which students can choose to make their careers.

In the present time, SAP is familiar to be the most demanded technology in India. Since its introduction, SAP has come a long way by developing lots of modules that are highly used by numerous companies. Different departments nowadays adopt SAP. SAP generally aims to manage the data using a single unified system. Commonly, SAP certification is known to play a significant role in establishing expert knowledge and presented in the global market. The companies select you based on your ability to use SAP systems to manage a vast database of any company.

It clearly shows that SAP certification is well-praised among the companies as well as applicants.

Generally, the skills expected as per the experience a person is having in total. But, being a fresher, one must possess skills to complete the requirements of IT companies.

  • Must have extensive knowledge of SAP (module specific) experience.
  • Should have the right domain, i.e., banking, telecommunication, and others knowledge.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills required. It is so because SAP consultants act as an interface with clients and try to understand their requirements. Therefore, you should explain the clients with technical information to non-technical information.
  • Possess an ability to work in teas and should have excellent interpersonal skills.

 

Currently, SAP is serving around 350,000 customers in 180 countries. If we focus on the world’s transaction revenue, approximately 76% contributes to the SAP system. No doubt, SAP is a large organization, which is growing at a faster pace and achieving significant success. Therefore, SAP is in very much demand among the architects and developers.

In total, there are 25 modules, and among them, you have to decide which one is best as per your skills and help in making a successful career ahead. The most demanded SAP modules mentioned:

  • Material management
  • Finance & Control
  • Sales & Distribution
  • Netweaver
  • Advanced Business Application Management

Production Planning

Are you interested in making a great career ahead?

Well, your dreams can come true if you will complete the SAP certification course. Who have completed a bachelor’s degree can apply for this course. SAP is a programming language, and for this, you should possess abilities and skills to meet companies’ requirements. Generally, the training is available in 2 basic formats.

ILT – Instructor-led training

OLT – Online training

ILT gets typically completed in 25 days, and OLT takes about five months.

So, you can also do SAP courses after the completion of a bachelor’s and involve in any one of these mentioned training.

There are various organizations like 3RI Technologies who are offering SAP certification courses. Thus, the fees of the SAP course in Pune vary from organization to organization. Firstly, to apply for SAP, it is essential that you must be eligible and completed training as well. The fees generally range from thousands to lakhs based on the modules.

Students completing the SAP certification course from 3RI Technologies can get the job in many reckoned IT companies. The SAP training in Pune with placement at 3RI provides an opportunity for the students to display their talent in the corporate world. We assist the students in their struggle of finding the recruiters based on their skill set so that they get placed in the best companies. Thus, our whole team helps the students to achieve their ambitions by providing complete resources. From career counseling to a presentation, we offer all the facilities to the students that help them in getting their dream job. 3RI Technologies observe to provide maximum placements of students in leading industries. Make sure you can take SAP training in Pune from us and get the guaranteed placement.

 

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