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Solution

Composer
Quick Guide
•Introduction
•Overview of the SAP Business Maps
•Quick Start – Solution Composer
•Where to find further information
•Elements in Business Maps

SAP Business Maps & Engagement Tools


November 2005

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Business Maps and Engagement Content & Tools

Business Content
SAP Solution Maps SAP Business Scenario Maps
SAP scenario-oriented Industry A graphic representation of a key
Solution Maps: Oriented along a industry-specific or
generic industry value chain, illustrate cross-industry business scenario.
end-to-end business processes
350 + SAP Business Scenario Maps available
A consistent multi-level blueprint Support solution selling
showing the processes for a particular Quantifiable business benefits
cross-industry solution. Link to implementation relevant content
50 + SAP Solution Maps available
Common industry view on scenarios
Support structured scoping of IT requirements

Engagement Tool
SAP Solution Composer
A PC-based tool for creating & editing business maps to allow SAP, customers, and partners,
to “work from the same page”.

Over 400 business maps delivered with the tool Support customer-specific solution planning and design
Modify and create Solution Maps and Business Export the Solution Maps and Business Scenario Maps
Scenario Maps into Word, HTML, Excel and PowerPoint slide format

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How Can I Use SAP Business Maps & Solution Composer?

Develop a customized solution map for your organization

Capture and validate key business processes

Identify your business needs and define a solution strategy

Communicate your business vision via a common framework


for business and IT stakeholders

Understand how SAP can support your business strategy in


the short and long term

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Quick Start – Solution Composer

How can I…
• Create a new project pg. 05
• Create a new Business Map pg. 06
• Create a new Map from an existing Reference Business Map pg. 07
• Activate “One Click Editing” pg. 08
• Modify Map using “One Click Editing” pg. 09
• Rename elements of a Map pg. 10
• Copy Parts from other Maps pg. 11
• Move Elements in a Map pg. 12
• Add New Elements to the Map pg. 13
• Delete Elements in the Map pg. 14
• Add/Edit text to the Elements pg. 15
• Open Pools Pane and Select Pool Items pg. 16
• Assigning Pool Items (e.g. Business Goals & Objectives) pg. 17
• Create Own Pool Items pg. 18
• Create User defined properties pg. 19
• Insert Hyperlinks pg. 20
• How to Export your Map as a PowerPoint/Word/HTML/Excel pg. 21
• Expand Scenarios in scenario-oriented Industry Solution Maps pg. 22
• Assign Scenario Group to Value Chain Elements pg. 23
• Automatically create a Business Scenario Map from a Scenario pg. 24
• Toggle between Views in a Business Scenario Map pg. 25
• Adding and Connecting New Activities in Business Scenario Maps pg. 26
• Assign Roles and Documents to Business Scenario Maps pg. 27
• Assign Business Scenario Map to Solution Map pg. 28

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Create a New Project

All
All your
your work
work runs
runs under
under aa project.
project.
To
To begin,
begin, create
create aa New
New Project.
Project.

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Create new Business Map

To
To create
create aa new
new Business
Business Map,
Map,
right
right mouse
mouse click
click on
on your
your Project
Project
Folder.
Folder. Select
Select New
New >> (type
(type of
of map).
map).

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Create a new Map from an existing Reference Business Map

Under
Under SAP
SAP Business
Business Maps,
Maps,
select
select the
the Business
Business Maps
Maps
you
you would
would like
like to
to use
use as
as template
template
by
by selecting
selecting the
the check
check box.
box.
The
The Business
Business MapMap appears
appears inin your
your
Project
Project Folder.
Folder.

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Activate “One Click Editing”

Reference
Reference Maps
Maps cannot
cannot be
be changed.
changed.
Select
Select Edit
Edit check
check box.
box. Now
Now you
you can
can
change
change the
the copy
copy of
of the
the map.
map.

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Modify Map using “One Click Editing”

Changes
Changes cancan be
be made
made using
using the
the
graphic
graphic or
or the
the tree
tree structure:
structure:
Right
Right mouse
mouse click
click and
and
select
select the
the appropriate
appropriate menu
menu option.
option.

Quick
Quick and
and easy
easy authoring
authoring
using
using "One
"One Click
Click Editing":
Editing": This
This feature
feature
guides
guides you
you through
through the
the authoring
authoring
process
process byby offering
offering the
the elements
elements which
which
you
you are
are able
able to
to create
create or
or change
change
directly
directly on
on the
the graphic.
graphic. Simply
Simply click
click on
on
the
the graphic
graphic to
to develop
develop your
your content.
content.

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Rename Elements of a Map

To
To rename
rename elements
elements in in your
your
Map,
Map, right
right mouse
mouse click
click
on
on the
the element
element inin the
the graphic
graphic
or
or in
in the
the tree
tree structure.
structure.
Select
Select Rename.
Rename.

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Copy Parts from Other Maps

Copy
Copy elements
elements (single
(single processes
processes
or
or whole
whole sections)
sections) from
from other
other
Maps
Maps by
by selecting
selecting the the element
element you
you
want
want to
to copy
copy and
and Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop
itit into
into your
your Map.
Map.

Note:
Note: Always
Always copy
copy elements
elements to
to the
the appropriate
appropriate level
level
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Move Elements in a Map

Move
Move elements
elements up up or
or
down:
down: right
right mouse
mouse click
click
on
on the
the element
element in in the
the graphic
graphic
or
or in
in the
the tree
tree structure
structure and
and use
use Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop
or
or Ctrl
Ctrl and
and the
the
arrows
arrows onon your
your keyboard.
keyboard.

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Add New Elements to the Map

To
To create
create new
new elements
elements in in your
your
Map,
Map, select
select the
the element
element where
where
the
the new
new element
element isis to
to be
be created.
created.
Right
Right mouse
mouse click,
click, select
select New
New
and
and choose
choose the
the element
element youyou want
want to
to add.
add.
Or
Or add
add directly
directly in
in the
the graphic.
graphic.
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Delete Elements in the Map

To
To delete
delete elements
elements in
in your
your
Map,
Map, right
right mouse-click
mouse-click
on
on the
the element.
element. Select
Select Delete.
Delete.

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Add/Edit Text to the Elements

To
To modify
modify text,
text, select
select the
the text
text field
field
and
and make
make the
the required
required changes.
changes.
Right
Right mouse-click
mouse-click in in the
the text
text field
field
for
for formatting
formatting options
options

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Open Pools Pane and Select Pool Items

List of Pool Items:

• Business Documents
• Business Objectives
• KPIs
• Processes
• Products Select
Select View
View >> Pools
Pools Pane
Pane
from
from the
the menu
menu bar.
bar.
• Employee Roles
Select
Select pool
pool item
item (e.g.
(e.g. KPIs)
KPIs)
• Enterprise Services (Preview)

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Assigning Pool Items (e.g. Business Goals & Objectives)

Open
Open the
the pool
pool and
and select
select
the
the pool
pool item.
item.
Use
Use Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop to to add
add
the
the pool
pool item
item to
to the
the title
title of
of the
the element
element
in
in graphic
graphic

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Create Own Pool Items

To
To create
create your
your own
own pool,
pool,
right
right mouse-click
mouse-click onon the
the Map/Project.
Map/Project.
Select
Select New
New >> Pool
Pool >> Product
Product (item
(item type).
type).
Then
Then right
right mouse-click
mouse-click onon new
new pool
pool folder
folder
to
to create
create pool
pool item.
item.

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Create User Defined Properties (Attributes)

Select
Select Edit
Edit >> User
User defined
defined Properties.
Properties.
Enter
Enter your
your user
user defined
defined properties.
properties.
Close
Close window
window and
and the
the new
new
properties
properties appear
appear as
as
fields
fields for
for your
your elements
elements (only
(only in
in Details
Details view).
view).
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Insert Hyperlink

Right
Right mouse-click
mouse-click
New
New >> Shortcut/Hyperlink
Shortcut/Hyperlink
Enter
Enter URL
URL in
in details
details screen
screen

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How to Export your Map as a PowerPoint/Word/HTML

Select
Select the
the Business
Business Map
Map inin your
your work
work space.
space.
Right
Right mouse-click
mouse-click andand
select
select Save
Save as.
as. Select
Select format
format
type
type (ppt,
(ppt, html,
html, doc,
doc, xls).
xls). Select
Select Save
Save to
to export
export
the
the Map
Map into
into the
the selected
selected format.
format.

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Expand Scenarios in Industry Solution Map

To
To expand
expand all
all at
at once,
once, select
select
View
View >> select
select
Expand
Expand Scenario
Scenario Groups
Groups

To
To expand
expand one
one Business
Business
Scenario
Scenario Group:
Group:
click
click on
on grey
grey scenario
scenario
group
group bar
bar to
to open
open one
one by
by one
one
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Assign Scenario Group to Value Chain Elements

Select
Select Scenario
Scenario Group
Group and
and select
select Details
Details button.
button.
Select
Select or
or deselect
deselect link
link (assignment)
(assignment) to
to value
value
chain
chain elements.
elements.

Or
Or Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop Scenario
Scenario Group
Group element
element toto value
value
chain
chain element
element in
in the
the graphic.
graphic. Also
Also Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop to to
subsequent
subsequent value
value chain
chain elements
elements ifif appropriate.
appropriate.

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Automatically Create a Business Scenario Map from a
Scenario

Click
Click on
on Business
Business Scenario
Scenario in
in the
the blue
blue
window:
window:
The
The new
new Business
Business Scenario
Scenario Map
Map will
will
automatically
automatically
be
be generated
generated including
including the
the processes
processes
and
and texts
texts of
of this
this scenario.
scenario. This
This is
is
provided
provided asas aa basis
basis
for
for further
further changes
changes to to the
the Business
Business
Scenario
Scenario MapMap

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Toggle between Views in a Business Scenario Map

Toggle
Toggle between
between thethe Business
Business
View
View and
and Interaction
Interaction View
View by
by
selecting
selecting View
View >> Business
Business
View
View or
or Interaction
Interaction View
View

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Adding and Connecting New Activities in Business
Scenario Maps (in Interaction View)

Adding
Adding newnew Business
Business Partner
Partner oror
Activities:
Activities: right
right mouse
mouse click
click in
in
tree
tree structure
structure (or
(or graphic
graphic in
in the
the
appropriate
appropriate business
business partner
partner
column)
column) to to add
add activity
activity

Connect
Connect activity:
activity: Right
Right mouse
mouse
click
click >> Set
Set New
New LinkLink Target,
Target,
select
select activity
activity to
to be
be linked
linked to
to
>> Set
Set New
New Link
Link Target.
Target.
Click
Click Layout
Layout toto refresh
refresh page
page

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Assign Roles and Documents to Business Scenario Maps

Open
Open the
the pool
pool and
and select
select an
an
employee
employee role/document.
role/document.
Use
Use Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop to to add
add role
role
to
to activity
activity and
and document
document toto
connection
connection between
between two
two activities.
activities.
Roles/documents
Roles/documents appear
appear asas mouse-over
mouse-over

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Assign Business Scenario Map to Solution Map

Drag&Drop
Drag&Drop Business
Business Scenario
Scenario Map
Map
to
to appropriate
appropriate level
level of
of Solution
Solution Map.
Map.
Select
Select >> Associate.
Associate.

Business
Business Scenario
Scenario Map
Map can
can bebe linked
linked to
to
scenario
scenario level
level in
in
scenario-oriented
scenario-oriented Industry
Industry Solution
Solution Map
Map or
or
Main
Main Process
Process Level
Level in
in SAP
SAP Application
Application
Map
Map
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Where Can I Get More Information?

SAP.com
www.sap.com/businessmaps
www.sap.com/solutions/businessmaps/composer

SAP Service Marketplace


service.sap.com/businessmaps
service.sap.com/s-composer

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SAP Solution Map: What are the different elements?

Employee Relationship
Enterprise Strategic Enterprise
Process Categories
Business Analytics
Business Intelligence
Accounting Management & Workforce
Management Management & Decision Support
Analytics

Manufacturing (Make
Manufacturing Inventory
to Order, Make to Supply Planning Supply to Line Quality Management
Execution Management
Level 1

Stock)

Supplier Supplier
Operational Inbound Vendor Event
Collaboration Relationship Billing
Procurement Logistics Performance Management
(Procurement) Management

Demand Planning Supply Network Lifecycle


Service Parts & Forecasting Planning
MainSales
Processes
& Delivery Manufacturing Procurement
Logistics

Employee Life-Cycle & Financial Supply Chain


Business Support Transaction Management
Procurement
Management
Fixed Asset Management

Service Parts
Level 2

Details
Demand Planning & Supply Network
Forecasting Planning Details:
Forecasting (S4, S3) Supply Network
•Description
Demand Planning Planning and
Processes •Product availability
(S4, S3) Distribution
Campaigns &
Requirements •Product
Planning (S4, S3)
Promotions (S4, S3)

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SAP Scenario-Oriented Industry Solution Map: What are
the different elements?
Suppliers &
Vendors Engineering
Strategy Procurement Purchasing Manufacturing
Planning Merchandising Logistics SalesSales
& Distribution Customer
Customer Service
CustomerCustomers &
Partners Relationship Channels
Management
Category Management Time-to-Market Generic Industry Value Chain
Market Research & Business
New Product Dev. and Introduction
Development
Merchandise & Assortment
Life-cyclePlanning
Data Management
Generic Industry Value
Chain Business Scenario Group /
Level 1

Master Data Management


Supplier Collaboration
Price & Revenue Management
Strategic Sourcing Business Level
Promotion Management
Operational Procurement and Inbound Logistics
Supply Chain Planning Business Scenario Group / Business
Build-to-Order
Vendor Relationship Management Lever
Supply-to-line
Forecast & Replenishment
Manufacturing
Supply Chain
Enterprise Asset Execution
Management
Buying
Sales & Marketing
Inventory Management
Brand and Customer Management
Warehousing Business
Vehicle Lifecycle Management
Transportation
Vehicle Planning & Forecasting Business
Scenario
Channel Operations
Order-to-Delivery
Store Management
Scenario
Customer Service
Multi-Channel Retailing
Warranty Management
Fresh Item Management
Interaction Center
Service Parts Planning
Industry-Specific Business Service Parts Execution
Scenarios
Industry-Specific
Business Scenarios Management and Supporting
Enterprise Management
Enterprise Functions
Management Management and Supporting
& Support
& Support
Analytics
Analytics Functions
Financials
Financials
Human Capital
Human Management
Capital Management
Corporate Services
Corporate Services

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SAP Scenario-Oriented Industry Solution Map: What are
the different elements?
Level 2 / Details

Details:
•Description
•KPIs
•Business Goals & Objectives
•Business Scenario Maps
•Hyperlinks

Business Processes
Configuration Variant
(relevant for implementation)

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SAP Business Scenario Map: What are the different
elements?
Level 1: Business View Business Benefits/Value Potentials
Value Business Business Value
OEM Importer Dealer
Potential Benefits Benefits Potential

Up to 50% Reduced Cost advantage $ 800 per


Business Participant
delivery times via online sales vehicle**
Search Request Reduced days From 75 to
$ 250 per Cost advantage via Internet supply 35 days**
vehicle** via online sales inventory
Vehicle Customer Self- 5.1%***

Up to Reduction in
Supply Chain
Locating and
Allocation
Information
Interactive
Level 2: Interaction
14%** 27.2%***
Costs
Reservation
Planning
configuration
View
Reduced
inventories
Order OEM Importer Dealer
Collect Processing Vehicle Specification/
information Search Request
via Internet
about customer Vehicle
Locating and
requirements
and preferences
Production
Production Order
OrderTracking
Tracking Activity Reservation
Allocation

Planning

Improved Order
Processing
market Shipment
intelligence Production Order Tracking
Tracking
Faster reaction Shipment
Tracking
to market trends
Increased Transport
Transport
Control

customer Control Goods Receipt


satisfaction
Mouse-Over Details: Processing

Goods Receipt
Processing
• Description
• Roles
• Business Document

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