Rajesh Sharma SAP Certified Consultant Activate Manager (SAP Activate-05 ERP Sourcing & Procurement6.0, SAP S/4 HANA Sourcing & Procurement, SAP EWM 9.5 SAP ERP Introduction SAP ERP Topics • What is ERP? • Why ERP? • ERP Software in market? • Introduction to SAP. • Implementation of SAP. • Various Modules of SAP. • Role of MM Consultant. • Components of Material Management What is ERP? ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Plan it is the integrated management of main business processes, often in real-time and mediated by software and technology. ERP referred to as business management software – typically suite of integrated applications, that an organization can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from these many business activities. ERP provides an integrated and continuously updated view of core business processes using common databases maintained by database management system. ERP systems track business resources such as, cash, raw material, production capacity and the status business commitments: orders, purchase orders and payroll. The applications that make up the system share data across various departments like manufacturing, purchasing, sales & distribution, accounting etc. ERP facilitates flow between all business functions and manages the connections to others stakeholders. ERP system integrates varied organizational systems and facilitates error free transactions and production, there by enhancing organization’s efficiency. ERP systems run on a variety of computer hardware and network configuration using a database as an information repository. Why ERP? ➢ Integration for Business Process ➢ Standardization of systems across locations ➢ For overall control of organization ➢ Better controlling of different business Processes ➢ Better Reporting System ➢ Best utilization of resources i.e. Man, Material & Machines Which ERP products available in market? ➢ SAP – More than 60% Market share ➢ Oracle ➢ BAAN ➢ People Soft ➢ JD Edwards ➢ Marshalls Etc………. Introduction to SAP SAP stands for System Applications Product in data processing. SAP ERP software developed by German company SAP AE. SAP ERP 6.0 was made available in 2006, The most recent enhancement package for SAP ERP 6.0 was released in 2016. Business Processes included in SAP ERP are operations: • Sales & Distribution • Material Management • Production Planning • Logistics Execution • Quality Management • Financial Accounting • Financial Supply Chain Management • Human Capital Management (training, payroll, e-Recruiting) • Corporate Services ( Travel Management) • Environment, Health & Safety • Real Estate Management An ERP was built based on former SAP R/3 software. SAP R/3 was launch in 1992, consisted of various application on top of SAP basis, SAP’s set of middleware programs and tools. All applications were built on top of the SAP Web Application Server. Extension sets were used to deliver new features and keep the core as stable as possible. Highlights of SAP ➢ SAP Stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing ➢ 10 Million users, 30,000 installations, 1000 partners, 21 Industry Solutions, Customer world-wide. Mostly fortune, 500 companies for overall control of organizations ➢ SAP is the 4th largest software company in the world ➢ The SAP R/3 System is a business software package designed to integrate all areas of a business. SAP R/3 Applications Modules in SAP In SAP Modules are of two types 1. Functional Modules 2. Technical Modules Functional Modules ➢ FI (Financial Planning) ➢ CO (Controlling) ➢ HR (Human Resources) ➢ SD (Sales & Distribution) ➢ MM (Material Management) ➢ PP (Production Planning) ➢ QM (Quality Management) ➢ CRM (Customer Relationship Management) ➢ SRM (Supplier Relationship Management) ➢ Many more…………… Technical Modules ➢ Netweaver Basis ➢ ABAP Programmer ➢ BI/BW ➢ SAP Enterprise Portal ➢ HANA ➢ Etc….. Classical Implementation Landscape When ever we going to implement SAP in any company we not to go direct to Live system. We need to make all configuration is SAP Development system. After that it will go to QA System where will test the all configuration is working fine or not. After confirming every thing is fine then changes will be make in Live System. Development System Development Client QA System Productive System Test Client Productive Client Role of SAP MM Consultant ➢ SAP MM Support consultant • Attending the issue SAP MM end users. • Gathering requirements from end users. • Mapping requirements into SAP and changing SAP configuration if required. • Coordinating with developers for enhancement. • Helping end-users with User Acceptance Testing. • Delivering SAP training to the end user. • Creating Training Documents. • Etc…… ➢ SAP MM Junior consultant (Implementation) • Organizing workshops and gathering Customer’s, requirements. Scoping, Gap Analysis, preparing blue print. • Customizing and delivering the solution. • Coordinate with technical team for enhancements. • Testing the changes. SAP Material Management MM SAP Material Management is also known as Procure to Pay. Material Management is a function of SAP is a part of the logistic area. SAP MM is one of the core module and one of the important modules in SAP ERP software. MM application module supports the procurement and inventory functions occurring day to day business operations. The Material Management module consists of all master data, system configuration, and transactions to complete the Procure to Pay process. Components of Material Management Foreign Trade/ Customs Valuation Material Management MM Logistics Invoice Verification Purchasing Service Master Service Entry Sheet Material Master Inventory Management Product Catalog MRP Physical Inventory SAP MM Interface with other Modules Logistics QM Quality Management MM Material Master SD Sales & Distribution Purchasing Requirement Plan Inventory QM Quality Management FI Finance Accounting Management Invoice Verification CO Controlling PM Plant Maintenance AM Fixed Asset Management Thank You……………………….