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What is SAP
Transcript of What is SAP
At 1973 the first financial software was completed (SAP *R/1) promoting subsequently the software the company currently has, now SAP is a R3 and the version of the system is 6.0 What is SAP The Software everybody talk about Flexibility Supporting tools Business Process
Oriented Unified GUI Unique Repository Client Server
Functionalities Integration SAP Provides multiple languages and multiple currencies in every implementation. SAP Offers procedural and technical tools as well as implementation accelerators, to migrate on easy way from previous system to new one SAP handles in a seamless way all information regarding the processes of the company. SAP R/3 offers an unified user experience through the use of a Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI) which facilitates the use for new users, and helps the performance of experienced users. SAP R/3 is designed to become the sole provider of consolidated information for the whole enterprise.
Efficiency and productivity are improved through the integration of information and the removal of duplicate information and processes. R/3 is designed from its inception to work in a client-server infrastructure, offering great scalability and redundancy. A generic copy of SAP R/3 provides a starting point for most businesses. However, some companies (because of the nature of their business) can benefit from starting with a version of SAP R/3 that has been customized for their industry. Such versions are called Industry Solutions. SAP handles in a seamless way all information regarding the processes of the company. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The characteristics of SAP are 8: Financial Accounting
This module provides the functions that control the operative aspect of the accounting and the financial information of the company. One focuses in the external and legal vision of the financial declarations of a corporation.
Within the main characteristics of this module we found:
It manages the financial information of the company.
It manages the flow of financial information with other components of SAP.
It groups information that will be able to be used in the decision making. Controlling
This module provides useful administrative information for the decision making, facilitates the coordination, the monitoring and the optimization of all the processes in the organization. This involves from the registry of consumptions in the production factors, to the services granted by third parties. SAP Modules Fixed Asset Management
This module helps to optimize all the tasks and activities in sales, offices and invoicing.
It allows the organizations to assign delivery dates in real time and to create orders from any channel and, at the same time, to improve the processes of manufacture, storage and transport.
Some of its general characteristics are:
Ability to obtain the availability and location of finished component products and capacities of machinery.
Its operation is sustained on master data.
It involves the transport management, it includes planning and programming.
Automatic update of receiving accounts product invoicing. Materials Management
This module manages the activities and supply
functions related to the acquisition, purchases
and control of the supply chain.
Some of its general characteristics are:
Acquisition and internal handling of materials.
Operation sustained on master data.
The product management. SD-FI-CO-MM As the repository objects are cross-client, you must never develop in a system at the same time as you are working in it productively, as this carries a danger of possible data inconsistency. If you are making changes to the repository, we recommend that you use at least two, but ideally three separate systems. One system for development, a second system for tests and quality assurance, and a third system in which you work productively: a system landscape of three systems. Development system Quality Assurance
System Production System 160 SRQ SRP Three System Landscape Click to Start............