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Agenda: SAP Overview SAP History IN 1972 SAP was founded by 5 former IBM employees In Germany as (System Analysis and Program Development).
Their vision: to develop standard application software for real-time business processing
1977: The company headquarters moves from Weinheim to Walldorf. For the firstime, SAP installs its system at customer sites outside Germany; two Austrian companies decide to implement SAP software.
In 1981 its rights are transferred to SAP GmbH, giving the company its current name (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing). System-Wide Concepts Transactions application programs that execute business processes in the SAP
system.
Whenever possible, master data is copied during transaction processing,thus avoiding re-entry of data.
when performing each transaction, applicable organizational elements must be entered.
For example, by specifying the sales organization information.
Whenever a transaction is executed in the system, a document is created.
That document, a data record of the transaction, contains all of the relevant predefined
information from the master data and organizational elements. SAP History
System wide Concepts
Sales Order Management
Customer Relationship Management
Production
Supply chain management
Procurement
Financial accounting
Management accounting
Human capital management
company products
SAP Net Weaver Organizational Elements Master Data Transactions A company’s enterprise structure is mapped to SAP applications using
organizational elements. Created centrally and available to all applications and all authorized users Transactions are application programs that execute business processes in the
SAP system. Position
individual employee assignments in the enterprise. Organizational Unit various business units in an enterprise,
functional or
regional
departments. Distribution Channel :
Distribution channels can be used to define how different products reach
consumers, for example, wholesale. Sales Organization : the central organizational element in sales that controls the terms of sale to the customer. Storage Location : Management can be differentiated within one plant
according to storage location. Plant :
A plant can manufacture product, distribute product, or provide a service. the tax law (national) view of the company, the fiscal calendar, the local currency,
and the tax reporting requirements. Company Code : The client is the highest-level element of all organizational elements; it represents
the enterprise/headquarters group. Client : Organizational Elements Organizational Units
describe the various business units that exist in your enterprise. descriptions, or templates, that apply to several positions with
similar requirements, tasks, or other characteristics. Jobs Job characteristics, but you can also
define additional characteristics specific to that position. Positions employees in your company. Persons how a product is sold, manufactured, purchased, inventoried, accounted, and costed. Personnel files are master data records used primarily by my SAP ERP Human
Capital Management. Personnel File : all of the key information a company needs to manage a material within its organization. Material Master: Data for Sales Data for Company Codes General Data key information that defines the business relationship between a company and its customer. Customer master: Master Data Concepts Sales Order Management Customer Relationship Management The solution is mySAP CRM. Companies need to rethink: Maintaining customer relationships has become a
decisive success factor. -Approaching possible customers
-Gaining the customer
-Service
-Keeping the customer The phases of a customer relationship include: the concept of making the customer the focus of a company and its business processes. Traditional direct sales Knowledge with mySAP CRM Customer Interaction Channels : To speak to the customer with one voice, No matter what channel of communication customers use to contact your Company. The aim of CRM as a company philosophy : Production Traditional Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have evolved to the point where plants and distribution centers can plan timely and cost-efficient replenishment within a company.
It’s about how to ensure that deliveries are made from the nearest distribution center Supply Chain Management Procurement Financials Financial Accounting Financial Accounting focuses on the General Ledger. Important tasks of Financial Accounting are the recording of monetary and value flows as well as the evaluation of the inventories.
Accounts Payable (A/P).
Accounts Receivable (A/R).
Asset Accounting (AA).
P/L Accounting (P/L) recording all business-related expenses and revenues in detail in order to provide more exact information about the utilization of costs and as sets within the company.
The main components of Management Accounting are used for different tasks and types of analysis:
-Classify costs.
-Evaluate the costs of goods or services.
-Analyze profit. Management Accounting SAP Human Resources (SAP-HR) The Human Resources module (SAP HR) deals with managing people in the organization. SAP HR components :
Organizational Management
Personnel Management
Recruitment
Training and Time Events Management
Time Management
Payroll Human Capital Management dynamic model of the structural and personnel environment in your enterprise. The Organizational Plan Recruitment ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 22 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 23 Personal Development SAP contains “information types” for storing employee master data
Personnel administration involves creating and maintaining employee master data. Employee master data is the central component of all HR applications and supplies information used by all SAP modules.

-Employee master data: Information types (infotypes) are groups of related personnel data that are categorized based on content.
Examples of personnel data are employee name, personnel number, social security number, address, work schedule, absence quotas, and pay information.
A personnel action must be performed to enter an employee into SAP. For example, an employee must be hired or transferred into SAP Personnel Management SAP NetWeaver is the technical foundation on which almost all SAP solutions are currently based.
SAP NetWeaver provides the infrastructure of the business solutions in the following four subcomponents :-
People integration.
Information integration.
Process integration.
Application platform. ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 25 SAP NetWeaver Thank you ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 26 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 24 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 21 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 20 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 19 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 18 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 17 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 16 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 15 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 14 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 13 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 12 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 11 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 10 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 9 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 8 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 7 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 6 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 5 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 4 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 3 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 2 ENTERPRISE CONSULTANCY SERVICES slide 1 SAP Products
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