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ERP Programmes



ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming. It is a programming language developed by ERP. ERP is a German company that develops ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning System) systems. These systems are used by companies to track all information related to the business integrating finance, sales, and materials data. ABAP/4 is the programming language used for the thousand tiny embedded programs called transactions that make up the application. The /4 means it is a fourth generation language.


  • Overall introduction to ERP
  • Introduction ERP R/3 architecture, Introduction to ERP ABAP/4
  • ABAP/4 editor (Focus on the functionalities of new ABAP editor)
  • Data types
  • Output statements
  • Writing small programs
  • Arithmetic operations
  • String operations
  • Control statements
  • Parameters
  • Open SQL –statements {insert, modify, delete, update}.
  • Simple reporting
  • Selection screens
  • Transaction code creation
  • Data Dictionary
    • Tables
    • Data element
    • Domain
    • Structures
    • Type Groups
    • Table maintenance generator and T-code creation
    • Primary and foreign keys.
    • Check and value tables.
    • Menu painter.


  • Fundamentals of OOPS.
  • Introduction to Local classes and methods
  • Importance of Public, Private and Protected sections.
  • Simple reporting using local classes and methods.
  • Global classes and interfaces.
  • Usage of global classes in the reports.


  • Debugging techniques
    • Breakpoint creation.
    • Watch point creation.
    • Emphasize on the usage of New Debugger.
  • Internal tables
    • Declaration
    • Processing
    • Population
  • Control Break Statements.
  • Modularization techniques.
    • Includes.
    • Subroutines.
    • Function modules.
    • Macros
  • Variants.
  • Conversion exits.
  • For all entries and joins {inner and left outer}.
  • Message class creation & message types and handling messages.
  • Events for classical reports.
  • Events for interactive reports.
  • Hide and hotspot.
  • Creating and handling buttons.


  • Introduction to screen painter and dialog programming.
  • Flow logic
    • PAI.
    • PBO.
    • POV.
    • POH.
  • Screen designing.
  • Programming in object browser.
  • Field validations.
  • Creation of
    • Table Controls.
    • Tab Strips.
  • Dynamic Screen.
    • Call Screen.
    • Set Screen.
    • Leave to Screen.
    • Leave Screen.
  • Processing of list from transaction and vice versa.
  • Screen table and its fields.
  • Lock objects.


  • Introduction.
  • Types of ALV
  • Simple report to display simple ALV List using Function Modules
  • Simple report to display simple ALV grid using Function Modules.
  • Interactive ALV Reports.
  • Working with OOALV using classes (List, Grid).


  • Why Data Transfers
  • Introduction to BDC.
  • File Handling.
    • Presentation server.
    • Application server.
  • Recordings.
  • Methods in BDC.
    • Call transaction.
    • Session method.
  • Error Handling in Call Transaction.
  • Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW)
  • Different methods.
  • Steps to Create an LSMW Project.
  • Flat file creation.
  • Uploading data.


  • Introduction to CA.
  • RFC destination.
  • Working with RFC function modules


  • ERP System Landscape.
  • Correction and Transport System (CTS).
  • Transport Organizer.
  • Workbench Request.
  • Task Creation.
  • Merging Requests
  • Release Requests.
  • ERP memory.
    • SET/GET parameters.
  • ABAP memory.
    • Imports/ Exports.
  • Logical Database and Handling Events (LDB).
  • Field symbols.
  • SD flow.
  • MM flow.



ERP FICO module includes 2 major categories of functionality needed to run the financial accounts of a company - Financials (FI) and Controlling (CO). FI includes accounts payable, accounts receivable and general ledger, also procedures to post accounts, close books, prepare financial statements and balance sheet. Financial Accounting and Controlling is treated as one branch of organization.

Course content

    • System environment, implementation phases, ERP methodologies,introduction to other modules
  • Enterprise Structure
    • Company Code
    • Company and many more
    • Group accounting
    • Chart of accounts
    • Retained earning accounts
    • Types of variants
    • Fiscal year variant
    • Posting period variants
  • Cash journal
  • Controlling overview
    • Introduction to CO
    • Integration with FI
    • CO Enterprise structure
    • Cost element accounting
    • Cost center accounting
    • Profitability Analysis

ERP customer relationship management(CRM)


In an environment where many companies have lost sight of the real meaning of customer relationship management (CRM), it's critical to remember what CRM is about. It's about acquiring and retaining customers, improving customer loyalty, gaining customer insight, and implementing customer-focused strategies. A true customer-centric enterprise helps your company drive new growth, maintain competitive agility, and attain operational excellence.


  • Overview and Introduction to
  • Foundation & Architecture of myERP CRM
  • myERP CRM Analytics
  • myERP CRM Marketing
  • myERP CRM E-Commerce
  • myERP CRM Channel Management
  • myERP CRM Sales
  • myERP Interaction Center
  • myERP Service
  • myERP Field Applications (with focus on Mobile Service)
  • myERP CRM for Industries
  • Integration with other MyERP suite of modules

CRM Base Customizing

  • CRM Basic data & Customizing settings for these objects:
  • Business partner
  • Organizational model
  • Territory Management
  • Product master CRM Business Transactions
  • Overview of generic functions in business transactions
  • Activity Management (including Activity Journal and Groupware Integration)
  • Transaction type and item category customizing for these objects.
  • Middleware settings:
  • Middleware connections to R/3, APO and CRM
  • CRM Business Partner - CRM Middleware
  • CRM Middleware ? Sales and Billing
  • Basic concepts of CRM middleware
  • Replication administration
  • Monitoring & error handling

Implement ?Customer Interaction Center?

  • Architecture landscape
  • Agent functions and processes in the IC
  • Define CIC Profile and Customer-Specific Workspaces
  • Define Front-office framework
  • Component Configuration
  • Action Box Configuration
  • CTI Configuration
  • Client Implementation Case Study - Live Exercise

Implement Internet Sales

  • Architecture and landscape
  • Set up logical system and connection with OLTP R/3 and APO
  • Configuration of the CRM Server ? Base Customizing
  • Configuration Web Application
  • Creating Product catalogs
  • Publication of Product Catalog content
  • Create Internet User for order processing
  • Sales Transactions using ?Internet Sales?
  • Web Shop Maintenance

Implement CRM Marketing

  • Opportunity Management
  • Activity Management
  • Marketing Planning and Campaign Management (Marketing Planner, Product Selection, Partner Functions, Generic Actions, Campaign Execution)
  • Marketing Calendar
  • Customer Segmentation
  • External List Management
  • Lead Management
  • Marketing Analytics

Erp HR module:


ERP HR training enables companies to effectively manage information about the people in their organization. It is integrated with other ERP modules and external systems. From the Organization Management perspective, companies can model a business hierarchy, the relationships of employees to various business units and the reporting structure among employees.

Course content:

Enterprise Structure

  • Define Personnel Area
  • Assign Personnel Area to Company Code
  • Define Personnel Subarea

Personnel Structure

  • Define Employee Group
  • Define Employee Subgroup
  • Assign Employee Subgroup to Employee Group
  • Define Employee Attributes

Organizational Management

  • Overview of Organizational Management
  • Organization and Staffing
  • Create Organizational Unit
  • Create Organizational Unit under hierarchy
  • Create and Assign Position to Organizational Unit
  • Create Job and Assign to the Position
  • Creating Task(Job/Position/Person)

Organizational Assignment

  • Define Administrator
  • Overview of Features
  • Define Administrator Group (Feature PINCH)

Integration between Organizational Management and Personnel Administration

  • Activate Integration (PLOGI ORGA)

Hire an Employee

  • Overview of infotype
  • Personnel Action
  • Maintain Infotype
  • Steps to hire an employee

Time Management

  • Group Personnel Subarea for the Work Schedule
  • Group Personnel Subarea for the Daily Work Schedule
  • Define Break Schedule
  • Define Rules for variants
  • Define Daily Work Schedule
  • Define Period Work Schedule
  • Define Employee Subgroup Grouping
  • Define Groupings for the Public Holiday Calendar
  • Set Work Schedule Rules and Work Schedules
  • Assign your work schedule rule for –SCHKZ
  • Hire an employee

Prerequisite of Payroll Run

  • Overview of Payroll
  • Period Parameter
  • Date modifier
  • Check Payroll Area
  • Generate Payroll period
  • Create Control record
  • Hire an employee

Run Payroll

  • Overview of Payroll run
  • Simulation
  • Release for Payroll
  • Start Payroll
  • Check Result
  • Corrections
  • Exit Payroll
  • Remuneration Statement


  • Identify a Person in your Organizational Structure
  • Display job index report for the particular job
  • Identify and display tasks assigned to your positions
  • Evaluate vacant position in your organizational structure
  • Display your Organizational Plan Graphically
  • HIS – Human Resources Information

Erp material mgmt module:

Overview: material management is a module where this ERP package is used for Procurement and Handling Inventory in an organizational manner.

The module has two important master data - material and vendor. Broadly, the various levels that can be defined for a Erp MM implementation are: Client, Company Code, Plant, Storage Location and Purchase Organization.

A broad overview about material management is a process where best quality material is being evaluated at organizational level which is also oriented with procurement of material at best competitive cost and maintaining it with the warehouse management until an invoice is generated or a demand for cycle repetitive is dictated again.

Course content:


  • ERP Overview
    • ERP R/3 Basics
    • Business Framework Architecture
  • MM Overview
    • Organization Structure of an Enterprise
    • Procurement Process
      • Purchase Requisition
      • Purchase Order
      • Goods Receipt
      • Invoice Verification

MM Procurement Process

  • Master Data
    • Material Master
    • Vendor Master
    • Purchase info Record
  • Purchasing
    • Purchase Order (PO)
    • Purchase Requisition (PR)
    • Request for Quotations (RFQ)
  • Special Stocks and Special Procurement Types
    • Stock Items
    • Non-Stock/Consumable Items
    • One Time Material
    • Service Orders, Service Entry Sheet
    • Subcontracting
    • Stock Transport Order
  • Source Determination
    • Source List
    • Source Determination
  • Release Procedures for Purchasing Documents (with and without classification
    • Creation of Characterstics
    • Creation of Class
    • Release Groups, Code, Indicator, Pre-requisites
    • Release Strategies

Inventory Management

  • Goods Receipt
  • Goods Issue
  • Transfer Posting
  • Reservation
  • Physical Inventory

Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

  • Planning Requirements
  • Over All Procedures
  • Planning Run


  • Invoice Posting
  • Variances and Blocking Reasons
  • Release Blocked Invoices
  • Automatic Settlements - Evaluated Receipt Settlement(ERS)

Valuation and Account Assignment

  • Material Price Change
  • material Valuation Type
  • Configure Automatic Account Determination

Reporting in ERP MM

  • Reporting at Document Level
  • Reporting with the Logistics Information System

Sap SD module;


ERP SD is an application that supports the sales and distribution activities with functions such as pricing and conditions, customer order processing, delivery monitoring, billing, credit and risk management.

Main functions are pre-sales support, inquiry processing, quotation processing, sales order processing, delivery processing, and billing and sales information system.

Course content

Introduction to ERP

  • Overview of ERP
  • Sub modules of ERP-SD
  • Navigation, Menu path.
  • Different Releases
  • Landscapes

Sales Overview

  • Process in Sales & Distribution
  • Basics in Ales & Distribution Transaction
  • Sales Document Structure
  • Sales Transaction and its Basics
  • Sales Organization and its Enterprise Architecture
  • Sales Org Units and its contents Creation and Assigning
  • Org Units in Sales process and objectives

Enterprise Overview and Creation of Cross module Overview

  • Overview of Enterprise structure and its relationship with MM and FICO
  • Transaction process and its their relationship
  • Relation between FI,MM, PP and SD Modules
  • Creation of Org structures in Sales Area and its corresponding units

Sales order creation and understand the business needs and information process and its relation

  • Sales order processing from the ERP point of view
  • Information process in sales view: Where and how the sales order being processed
  • Understand and create Business partners and Master Data
  • Automatic Information process in sales view: Eg. Plants
  • Exploring business process in sales order changes to sales order docs.
  • Understand sales process blocks

Sales document and item schedule Control

  • The nature of doc, type and its categories : Schedule line and its functionality
  • Exploring schedules and its categories
  • The process and functions in creating and linking schedule line categories to sales doc types

The flow of screens in sales and data transformation from doc type to doc type

  • Understanding of doc flow and completion status of the doc process
  • Copy control in sales docs and its usage

Material Determination

  • Material inclusion and Material Exclusion
  • Creation of material determination master record
  • Procedure in condition technique listing and exclusion
  • Hands on material determination and product selection and material Listing and material exclusion

Free Goods and its Sales Process

  • Understanding business process and needs in free goods concept overview
  • Exploring free goods and customizing free goods
  • Hands on free goods process. Condition technique. Free goods master data. Free goods calculation rule



ERP Production Planning class covers the key sub-modules with the Production Planning Module. Due to the complexity of the Production Planning Module, this course balances business process transactions and configuration to provide a comprehensive overview of the Production Planning Module. The course starts with the business processes of; Sales & Operations Planning, Demand Management, Long-term Planning, Material Requirement Planning, Capacity Planning, Discrete Manufacturing and Repetitive Manufacturing. After reviewing the transactional processes, we review and perform exercises on the key transactions and configuration elements in these sub-modules. By the end of the class, you will understand all the sub-modules and will be able to configure and explain the key configuration elements within the Production Planning Module

Course content

Plan to Produce Business Process Overview

Production Planning Master Data

  • Material master configuration and use in production planning
  • Bill of material (BOM) configuration and use in production planning
  • Routings (task lists) configuration and use in production planning
  • Work center configuration and use in production planning

Master Planning

  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Demand Management planning strategies and planned independent requirements
  • Long-Term Planning

Material Requirement Planning

  • Master Production Scheduling procedure
  • Consumption based planning (re-order point planning, forecast-based & Time-phased)
  • Material requirement planning run configuration
  • Material requirement planning evaluation tools

Capacity Planning

  • Capacity planning master data components
  • Capacity planning scheduling parameters
  • Available capacity determination
  • Capacity evaluation

Production Orders

  • Scheduling of production orders
  • Production order components
  • Production Resources & Tools (PRT's)

Discrete Manufacturing

  • Planned order structure
  • Production order types
  • Material staging and withdraw
  • Production confirmation
  • Goods movements
  • Order settlement

Repetitive Manufacturing

  • Master Data
  • Planning
  • Planning Table
  • Pull List material staging
  • Backflushing

Reporting & Tools

  • Production planning reporting
  • Material requirement planning reporting
  • Maintenance of master data using mass change functions

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