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					SAP SD OVERVIEW

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WELCOME TO THE
  WORLD OF
   SAP R/3

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        ERP
Enterprise Resources Planning
         Enterprise

Where a transaction takes place.

Where customers get the satisfaction.

Where the resources are available for
the peoples needs.
    Evolution of ERP


-   1960s: Inventory Control
-   1970s: Material Requirement Planning (MRP)
-   1980s: Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP-II)
-   1990s: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
        Resources
Money

Men

Machines

Materials
                   Planning
     Proper Planning and Optimization of the valuable
     resources make enterprise run into profits.



 Def of ERP



A Software Solution that addresses the
ENTERPRISE NEEDS taking the PROCESS
VIEW of an organization to meet the
ORGANIZATIONAL          GOALS          tightly
INTEGRATING all functions of an enterprise.
           Need for ERP
Integration of Business Processes
Online information at the corporate office
Standardization of systems across Locations
Reduce cash to cash cycle times
Faster Consolidation at Head office for statutory
reporting
Problems Tackled by ERP Systems

    Material Shortages
    Productivity Enhancements
    Customer Service
    Cash Management
    Inventory Problems
    Quality Problems
ERP Products


 SAP
 BAAN
 Oracle APPS
 People Soft
 JD Edwards
 Marshall
 Etc..
Domain Share Of SAP
                SAP

                Baan

                People soft

                Oracle apps

                JD Edwards

                Etc
SAP & Competitors


 SAP R/3 had competition with Software giants
 like Oracle Corp, People Soft & Bann.
  Oracle with its E-biz suit packed to excel with
 142 modules.
 People Soft with its extra ordinary performance in
 HR has stormed the market.
 But finally failed to gain the confidence of Big
 Enterprises.
 Result is SAP Has become giant in ERP.
Few SAP Customers

                  TATA’s
IBM               Dr.Reddy’s Labs
COMPAQ            Ranbaxy
Hewlett Packard   L& T
                  Reliance Industries
AMD
                  Glaxo
Boeing            Mahindra & Mahindra
Mercedez          Hero Honda
Toyota            Growel
Lucent            Colgate Palmolive
Hitachi
Nike
    Consulting Companies
Price Water House Coopers.
KPMG.
Siemens.
Delloitte.
Accenture.
Cap Gemini.
IntelliGroup
TCS.
    SAP R/3
 What is all about




 Systems Applications &
Products in Data Processing
     SAP & Modules

SAP Package is strategically divided into
2 main areas.
Functional & Technical.
People with domain experience can work
on functional modules.
2 Technical modules are ABAP/4 & Basis.
Cross Applications are used for ALE
Purpose.
               SAP AREAS
                    SAP
 Technical         Functional          TF



In Functional area we have around 64 modules all
are enabled for web reporting via Web Application
Server.
               THE SAP COMPANY
SAP AG in 2002 revenues: €7.4 billion

60,100 installations
19,300 companies run SAP
Providing 23 Industry Solutions
28,654 SAP employees (March 2003)
12 million users in 120+ countries team with us to
Integrate their business processes
Extend their competitive capabilities
Get a better return on information at a lower total cost of
ownership
More than 1,500 partners
SAP Milestones over 30 years
      The SAP R/3 Architecture
   SAP R/3 works on Three Tier
   Architecture
User Terminal    Application Server   Database Server




Data Creation        Managing
Modification          User              Data Storage
 Retrieval           Requests
The SAP World
                   SD                FI
               Sales &             Financial
             Distribution         Accounting
        MM                                  CO
       Materials
        Mgmt.                           Controlling
   PP                                                AM
Production

                            R/3
                                               Fixed Assets
 Planning                                         Mgmt.



  QM                                                 PS
 Quality
 Manage-
                    Client / Server              Project
                                                 System
  ment PM
                                           WF
      Plant Main-                         Workflow
        tenance
                   HR                IS
              Human               Industry
             Resources            Solutions
 3-Tier Client/Server Architecture

Communication

     The Presentation Layer
     collects user input and
     creates process requests.


     The Application Layer
     uses the application logic of
     SAP programs to collect and
     process the process requests.

     The Database Layer
     stores and retrieves all data.
    SAP R/3 Customer
    Installations by Industry
                                                         SAP HIGH TECH &
                               Others 11.5%              ELECTRONICS 11.3%
            SAP BANKING 2.0%
          SAP MEDIA 2.3%                                               SAP ENGINEERING &
 SAP HEALTHCARE 2.3%                                                   CONSTRUCTION 10.5%
  Metal, Paper & Wood
  Products 2.8%
    Services 3.1%
SAP OIL & GAS 3.2%                    Worldwide                              SAP CONSUMER
SAP TELECOM-
MUNICATIONS 3.4%                                                             PRODUCTS 10.3%

  SAP PHARMA -
  CEUTICALS 3.4%
SAP PUBLIC SECTOR 3.4%
                                                                       SAP CHEMICALS 9.5%
        SAP UTILITIES 3.9%

             SAP AUTOMOTIVE 4.8%                     SAP RETAIL 6.3%
           Consulting & Professional Services 6.0%
Industry Solutions
Aerospace and Defense               Healthcare
Apparel and Footwear                High Tech
Automotive                          Media
Chemicals                           Oil&Gas
Consumer Products                   Pharmaceuticals
   Trade Promotion Management
                                     Public Sector
   Key Account Management
                                     Real Estate
Distributor Reseller Management     Retail
Financial Services                     Agency Business
   Banking
                                        Category Management
   Insurances
                                        Store Management
     Collections and Disbursement
                                     Service Providers
     Incentives & Commission
      Management
                                     Telco
     Claims Management
     Asset & Liabilities
      Management
   Financial Service Provider
         SAP - characteristics
Highly Integrated solution covering entire business processes
Technically capable of utilizing the network infrastructure
Open system to ensure freedom to choose
Provides multiple ways of configuring business processes
Solutions in areas where currently no systems
Workflow enabled business processes
Enables to exploit the power of Intranet and Internet
     Common SAP objectives

Cost Control & increased profitability
Increased productivity of all resources – man, material
& money
Process Standardization
Transparency in operations, resulting in better
communication
Shift from post-mortem scenario to predictive scenario
    Results of Integration
Focus on Business Processes
Elimination of Redundant Data (Common Constant
Data)
Easier Corporate Consolidation
Better Managerial Control
Elimination of Interfaces
Faster reaction to changing structures
   Success factors for SAP
      implementation
Top Management Commitment & communication
down-the-line
Empowerment
Change management
Training
Compliance to methodology
SAP IMPLEMENTATION -
       PHASES
Project Planning
Business Process Study & Analysis
Installation
Training
Business Requirement mapping
Configuration
Modifications / Interfaces
Data Conversion
Documentation
Testing
Go-Live
Post production support
Implementation Methodology
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION
    GENERAL SETTINGS
COUNTRY
CURRENCY
                              FACTORY
TIME ZONE
                              VENDOR
CALENDER
UNITS OF MEASURE              CUSTOMER



    BASE   SALE    DELIVERY
        ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
CREDIT CNTRL AREA                         CNTRL AREA
                          COMPANY


           P.ORGN      COMPANY-CODE        PLANT
   P.GRP                                           SHPNG PT

                         SALES ORGN
                                               SALES OFF

                    DIS CHNL   DIVISION        SALES GRP
SALES
AREA           SALES ORGN+DIST CHNL
                                               EMP     EMP
        MASTER DATA

Organizational Master
Customer Master Record
Material Master Record
CMIR
Condition Master
                  SALES CYCLE
                INQUIRY         CONTRACTS
SCHEDULING
AGREEMNETS     QUOTATION

                 ORDER

               DELIVERY        PGI

                BILLLING

             REL TO ACCOUNTS


                           INVENTORY ACCOUNTS
  BASIC FUNCTIONS
Condition Technique for Pricing
Condition Tables
Access Sequence
Condition Type
Pricing Procedure
Pricing Procedure Determination
Condition Records
Pricing: Condition Exclusion
Free Goods Determination
   BASIC FUCNTIONS
Partner Determination
Out Put Determination
Material Determination
Product Proposal
Item Proposal
Incompletion Procedure
Availability Check
Credit Management
Number Ranges
             SHIPPING
Delivery Document Types
Schedule Category
Schedule Line category Determination
Shipping point Determination
Storage Location Determination
            BILLING

Billing Documents
Billing Plans(Periodic,Milestone)
Cancellation of Invoices
Invoice lists
SPECIAL FUNCTIONALITIES

Third Party Order
Individual Purchase Order
Consignment Sales
     Special Topics
REBATE PROCESSING
VARIANT CONFIGURATION
TRANSFER ORDER
INTEGRATION
DATA TRANFER TECHNIQUE
REPORTS
       ADDITIONALS
DAY TO DAY NOTES(SOFT COPY)
PRESENTATIONS
EVALUATIONS
DISCUSSIONS
THANK YOU

				
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