SAP S4 HANA Simple Logistics Course content

  • Introduction to SAP HANA & Fiori
    SAP In-Memory Strategy
    Architecture Overview
    Row Store
    Column Store
    Attribute Views
    Analytic Views
    Calculation Views
    S/4 HANA Roadmap
    Benefits of S/4 HANA from business perspective
    Ways from Business Suite to S/4 HANA
    Introduction to SAP Fiori
    Deployment Options (On Premise, Cloud and Hybrid)
  • SAP methodology
    System Conversion
    Landscape transformation
    New implementation
  • Overview of Cloud Solution
    SAP Cloud Data Centers
    SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud Use Cases
    Examples of On-Premise to Cloud Integration
  • Application of Simple Logistics
    Inventory Management
    Material Requirement Planning
    Material Valuation
    Order Management & Billing
    Procurement
  • Change in Simple Logistics
    Overview of New Functionalities in SAP Simple Logistics
    ECC VS SAP S4 HANA
    Simplifications for Product Master & Supplier Information
    Simplifications related to Sourcing & Procurement
    Simplifications related to Supply Chain
    Simplifications related to Manufacturing
    Simplifications related to Sales
  • Migration process & Scope in S4 HANA(Overview)
    Understand the prerequisites for migration
    Configure the system in preparation for migration
    Perform migration to the SAP S/4 HANA
    For New Installation
    Customers already using SAP Business Suite
    Customers who want to consolidate their landscape
    Customers who want selected entities to processes
    Explain the scope and impact of the SAP S/4 HANA Materials
    Management & Operation
  • CONCEPTS IN LOGICAL DELTA CHANGES:

Introduction To Master Data:
Overview On Business Partner Approach
About Simplified Product Master Table
Material Number Field_ Length Extension
Simplification Of The Parameter Effectivity
Concepts Of Foreign Trade Fields In The Material Master
MRP Fields In The Material Master
Concepts Of Material Type SERV
Product Catalog Functionality For The Integration With The Internet Application Components
Concepts In Product Catalog
Object Identifier Type_ Code
The SRM Product Master
Concepts In Logistics Batch Management
Business Partner IDOC Types (DEBMAS & CREMAS)
Classifications Functionality Of The Customer Master

  • SIMPLIFICATIONS IN SALES AND DISTRIBUTION:

The Concepts Of SD Simplified Data Models
Data Model Changes In The SD Pricing
Foreign Trade Within The Sap S/ Hana
The Credit Management
ERP SD Revenue Recognition
Optimization Of The SD Rebate Processing For TPM Customers
Simplification In The SD Analytics
Concepts Of Advanced Order Processing & Billing For Contractors To The Public Sector
The Operational Data Provisioning-SAP Simple Logistics Training
Business Role Internal Sales Representative
WEBSHOPS By The Internet Sales Or The Web Channel Experience Management
Commodity Of Management Sales
About Sales Activities
Billing Document Output Management
SD Rebate Processing Replaced By The Settlement Management
Miscellaneous Minor Functionalities In The SD Area

  • SIMPLIFICATIONS IN PURCHASING :

Co-Deployment Of The Sap SRM
Co-Deployment Of Sap Supplier Lifecycle Management (The Sap SLC)
Vendor Evaluation Based On The Lis
Subsequent Settlement – Vendor Rebate Arrangements
Overview On ERP Shopping Cart
Internet Application Components (IAC)
Aboutmdm Catalog-SAP Simple Logistics Training
Pricing Of Data Model Simplification
The Output Management Adoption In Purchase Order
Mm-Pur Webdynpro Applications
Concepts In Classic Mm-Pur Gui Transactions Replacement
Dedicated Sap Supplier Lifecycle Management (Sap SLC) Business Processes
The Supplier Distribution Via MDG-S
Authority Concept For The Supplier Invoice
Concepts Of Foreign Trade Within Sap S/ Hana Procurement
Commodity Management Procurement
Automatic Document Adjustment

  • SIMPLIFICATIONS IN PP

Pp-Mrp – Subcontracting

The Simplified Sourcing
The Storage Location Mrp
External Interfaces In Pp
The Graphical Planning Table-SAP Simple Logistics Training
Logistic Information System
Sales & Operation Planning