ERP means Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP is a technique and concepts employed for the integrated management of business as a whole. ERP concept is use for effective use of management resources and improve the efficiency of an enterprise. ERP can integrate organization goals, objectives, people and resources.
- Integration of business functions by single software (Integration of purchase, production, Store, Marketing, Sales, Accounts & Finance, HR and Quality Management functions)
- Centralized Data Base
- Real-time Reporting
- Oracle Application
- Oracle People Soft
- Oracle JD Edward
- Microsoft Dynamics
SAP means Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing. SAP is an ERP Software. SAP AG, Germany is the market leader in enterprise application software. 2, 53, 500 MNCs use SAP in more than 130 countries. 3,500 Indian companies use SAP in India. SAP is implemented in every industry like Automobile, Steel, Real State, Airline, Banking, Insurance, Pharmaceutical, Electronic Consumer Goods, Oil and Gus, Electricity, Media etc.
- SAP ERP Software
- SAP can integrate all business functions like purchase, production, Store, Marketing, sales, accounts and finance, quality management and HR.
- Centralized database.
- Real-time reporting.
SAP ERP Modules
There are two types of modules in SAP ERP functional and technical. Functional modules are implemented to integrate business functions like purchase, sale, store, production, accounting, finance, human resource, quality management, auditing etc.
|Functional Module||Technical Modules|
|FI- Financial Accounting||ABAP|
|CO- Controlling (Management Accounting)||ABAP- Advanced Business Application and Programming|
|SD- Sales & Distribution||BASIS|
|MM- Material Management||BASIS- Business Application System Integrated Solutions|
|PP- Production Planning||SAP HANA|
|SCM-Supply Chain Management||SAP BI|
|EHS- Environment, Health & Safety||SAP CRM|
|HR- Human Resource|
- 1.SAP Consultant Level
- 2.SAP User Level
Specialized SAP training is required to develop skills set in particular functional area. Two types of training is provided in SAP.
- Why SAP Training?
- Ample job opportunities in SAP at user and consultant level in India and foreign countries.
- Highly paid job.
- Fast growth opportunities
SAP Consultant level
This training is provided to develop skills set how to implement SAP in any company and provide production support to end users. It covers Configuration, Master Data, Business Transactions and Reporting. This training also covers end user training.
- Role of SAP Consultant
- Configuration of SAP Module as per business blueprint in SAP Live project.
- Business process mapping of companies.
- Prepare Test Sheet, Conduct unit and integration testing in live project.
- Prepare user manual, training documents for end users
- Conduct role based user training
- Provide end-to-end solution for day-to-day production issues in post-implementation support project.
- Promotion Level of SAP Consultant
- Associate Consultant
- Senior Consultant
- Lead Consultant
- Project Manager
- Solution Architect
- Companies Hiring SAP Consultants
- TCS, Infosys, HCL, Wipro, Mahindra-Satyam
- IBM, Accenture, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC
- Deloite, KPMG, Earnst & Yount, PWC
- IT Department of SAP using companies
SAP User Level training
This training is provided to develop skills set how to work in SAP. It covers business process knowledge, create master data, post transaction and do reporting.
- Role of End User
- SAP end user perform different roles as per user role assignment and job profile.
- End user training is provided to each employee as per role assignment and business process requirement.
- End user record business transactions in SAP system check reports and take business decision.
- Four user team is formed to execute business processes like, Transaction Processing Team, Master Data Team, Reconciliation and Reporting Team and Quality Team.
- Promotion Level of SAP End User
- Process Associate
- Senior Process Associate
- Assistant Manager/ Team Lead
- Companies Hiring End Users
- Automobile- BMW, AUDI, TOYOTA, Tata Motors, TVS, Bajaj , Mahindra
- Construction- DLF, L&T, GMR
- Steel-Tata Steel, Jindal Steel, Bhushan Steel
- Oil & Gas-Indian Oil, British Gas, Indrapratha Gus, Bharat Gus
- Pharmaceutical- Cipla, Ranbaxy, Piramal
- Electronic -Whirlpool, Samsung, LG, Sony, Dell, HP