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SAP Overview

Agenda For Workshop

Objectives and Expectations


Introduction to SAP?
SAP: System Wide Concepts
SAP: Implementation Methodology
Business Scenarios in Supply Chain
Business Scenarios in Finance
Business Scenarios in HR
SAP NetWeaver/Basis Technology
Your Career Options
Questions

Objectives & Expectations

Bring your knowledge of SAP to a baseline level that will enable


you to make informed decisions relating to your career options in
this field.
Provide the foundation for further SAP learning.
Gain high level understanding of SAPs Organization and
Business Solution offerings.
Understand SAP NetWeaver/Basis technology concepts
Understand system wide concepts that are common to SAP
applications.
Identify examples of business process integration in Supply
Chain, Finance and HR.

Introduction to SAP

SAP: 39 Years in Business

SAP stands

for Systems, Applications and Products in data

processing.

SAP is a German company established in 1972 and


headquartered in Walldorf.

SAP is
20

the worlds largest Business SW Company.

million users, more than 109,000 customers in more than


120 countries, 1500 partners, 23 Industry solutions. 74% of
Fortune 500 companies run SAP. 95% of the top 100 German
companies use SAP.

SAP R/3 Application

Integrated
solutions
FI

SD

Financial
Accounting

Sales &
Distribution

Open
systems

MM
PP

CO

Materials
Mgmt.

Controlling

QM

Quality
Mgmt.
PM
Plant
Maintenance

HR

Enterprise data
model

AA

R/3

Production
Planning

Client / server
architecture

Comprehensive
functionality

Asset
Accounting

Client / Server
ABAP

Human
Resources

Designed
for all types
of business

PS

Project
System

WF

Workflow

IS

Industry
Solutions

Multinational
Euro
Y2K

SAPs Core Strength

High Customer Satisfaction


Integration of Business processes
Within enterprise
Across enterprise
Leveraging the Internet/Intranet
Technology Leadership
Embracing new technologies
Applying to business
Setting standards
Strong Financial Results

Customers Worldwide

Customers - a Selection
ABB ADAC Adidas AEG Arospatiale AGFA AGIP Airbus Industry
Akzo Allianz American Airlines Apple Aral Autodesk BACARDI
BASF Bayer Bertelsmann BHP BMW Bosch British Rail Carlsberg
Chevron Ciba Geigy The Coca-Cola Company Commerzbank
Compaq Daimler Benz Danone Deutsche Bahn Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Lufthansa Dow Chemical DuPont Eastman Kodak ELF
Exxon Ferrero Flughafen Frankfurt Fuji General Electric Goodyear
Hagenuk Hapag-Lloyd Henkel Hewlett-Packard Hitachi Hoechst
Hoffmann-La Roche Hyundai IBM ICI Kodak Krupp-Hoesch Lego
Mannesmann Merck Miele MIT Mitsubishi Mobil Motorola
Neckermann Nestl Nippon Telegraph und Telephone Nissan Oxford
University Petrofina Philips Philip Morris Pirelli Polygram Procter &
Gamble Rank Xerox Rhone Poulenc Rolex ROMIKA Royal LePage
RTL Sandoz SAT 1 Schindler Schlumberger Shell Siemens Solvay
Statoil Tchibo Texaco Thyssen Toyota Total Oil Unilever Varta
Vattenfall VIAG VW Wuerth ZDF Zeiss
R

R/2 Customers
SAP AG

R/3 Customers

Some Customers in Pakistan

Pakistan State Oil (PSO)


Federal Board of Revenue

Packages Ltd
Pakistan Tobacco Company

PIFRA
HEC

Lakson Tobacco
National Refinery

Shell Pakistan
Caltex Pakistan

Pakistan Refinery
Dadex Eternit

Unilever Pakistan
Descon Engineering

National Foods
Atlas Honda

Support Infrastructure

SAP R/3 Service & Support: Infrastructure


R/3
customer

SAP

Regional Centers
(7x24)
Local

Headquarters

Service
Center

Software
Factory

Regional
Support

Development
Support

Regional

Central

Local Support
Training
Consulting

Partners
Local
Consulting

Technology

SAP AG

System houses
Hardware

...

Implementation
R

Online Service System - OSS

R/3 Online Service System (OSS)


Functions

SAP
Customer

Problem messages

Notes

Hot News

Online corrections

Service requests

SAP Software Change Registration

Training details

Maintenance of customer master data

OSS

Partner

SAP AG

Introduction to SAP Best Practices


SAP Best Practices are packages that provide preconfigured
business processes and project accelerators to streamline
customer implementations.

Adjustments
within project
Adjustments
within project

Standard
System

Traditional
project

SAP Best
Practices

Standard
System

With SAP
Best Practices

SAP Best Practices

enabling small & midsize


enterprises as a key element of SAP Business All-in-One

Industry
Solutions

Partners

Single Business
Application

Complete,
Adaptable

Configurable and
Extensible

covering small
business
fundamentals

on-demand business
solution

on-premise business
solution with deep
industry best practices
Accelerated by
SAP Best Practices

Current Global SAP Best Practices Portfolio

Expanded versions to meet your industry and geographic needs

Industries

Automotive
Chemicals
Consumer Products
Discrete Manufacturing
Engineering, Construction &
Operations
Fabricated Metals
High Tech
Industrial Machinery
& Components
Logistic Service Providers
Media
Mining
Pharmaceuticals
Primary Steel
Professional Services
Public Sector
Retail
Wholesale Distribution
Utilities
And more

Cross Industries

Baseline Package
CRM
Business Intelligence
Supply Chain Management
Enterprise Portals
Human Capital Management
Global Risk and Compliance
Corporate Performance
Management
International Accounting
Standards
And more

Components Country Baseline Versions

SAP ERP
SAP NetWeaver
SAP CRM
SAP GRC Access
Control
SAP GRC GTS
SAP NetWeaver
Business Intelligence
SAP Supply Chain
Management
SAP NetWeaver Portal
And more

For an updated list of packages, go to:


http://service.sap.com/bestpractices Release Planning

Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Croatia
Czech Rep.
GCC countries
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Hungary
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Malaysia

Mexico
The Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Serbia & Mn.
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
Turkey
U.K.
United States
Venezuela
And more

SAP:
System Wide Concepts

Business Scenarios - Main Elements


Overview Main Elements

Organizational Unit
Master Data
Transaction
Document

Report

SAP AG 1999

Enterprise Structure

Organizational Structures I

Organizational Structures I
Client

Company Code
1000

Company Code
1100

Controlling Area
2000
Plant 1000

Plant 1100

. . . Warehouse
0001

Plant 1200

Warehouse
0002

...

SAP AG

Organizational Structure II

Organizational Structures II
Views

Organizational Units
Client

Financial Accounting

Controlling area
2000

Cost Accounting

Planning / Production

Inventory Management

SAP AG

Company Code
1000

Company Code
1000

Plant
1000

...

Plant
1100

Warehouse
0001

Warehouse
0002

Plant
1200

...
R

Company Code

Company Code
A company code represents an independent
accounting unit, for example, a company
within a corporate group.
Balance sheets and Profit & Loss Statements,
required by law, are created at the company
code level.

Company Code
SAP AG

Plant & Storage Location

Plant and Storage Location


A plant is an organizational element within a company.
A plant produces goods, renders services, or makes
goods available for distribution. .
A plant can have several storage locations which make it
possible to distinguish between warehouse stocks within
a plant.

SAP AG

Purchasing Org & Purchasing Group

Purchasing Organization & Purchasing Group


Client

Company
Company Code
Code
Purchasing
Purchasing
Group
Group
Purchasing
Purchasing
Organization
Organization

Purchasing
Purchasing
EinkaufsEinkaufsOrganization
Organization

Plant
Plant

Plant
Plant

SAP AG

Sales Organization

Sales Organization
A sales organization:

Is responsible for distributing goods and services.

Is responsible for negotiating sales conditions.

Carries out each business transaction.

Each sales organization is assigned to a company code.

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Distribution Channels

Distribution Channels
Distribution channels are the means through which
sales materials reach the customer.
Distribution channels include:

Retail trade

Wholesale trade

Direct sales

Salesorganization

Distribution channels
Wholesale
trade

Wholesale
distributor

Retail trade

Direct sales

Retail
dealer

SAP AG

Division

Division
Example for product divisions in Sales:
Motorcycles and accessories
Sales organization

Division

Division

Motorcycles

Accessories

SAP AG

Sales Area

Sales Area
Sales Organization

Distr.Channel

Division

Sales Area X

Sales Org. 2

Sales Org. 1

Distributio
Channel 1

Division 1

Distribution
Channel 2

Division

Sales Area Y

Division 1

Distribution
Channel 1

Division 1

Division

Sales Area Z

SAP AG

Shipping Point

Shipping Point
A shipping point is a location where shipping
activities take place.
place. Each delivery is processed
by a shipping point.
Plant 1

Plant 2

Shipping
point 1

Loading
point

Shipping
point 2

Loading
point
SAP AG

Master Data

Master Data
Views

Shared Data

Master Data

(cross-company)

(For example, customer


master data)
Accounting Data
(relevant
(relevant for
company code only)

Sales and
Distribution
Data

SAP AG

Customer Master 1

Master Data: Customer Master 1


Shared data
Name
Name 11
Name
Name 22
Address
Address
Telephone
Telephone

Client

Bank details
US
US

500
500 500
500 10
10

123
123 456
456 78
78

Company code

0001

0003

Company code data


Reconciliation
Reconciliation account
account
Terms
of
payment
Terms of payment
Item
Item sorting
sorting
Dunning
Dunning procedure
procedure
::

nnnnnn
nnnnnn
ZB01
ZB01
0005
0005
0001
0001

Company code data


Reconciliation
Reconciliation account
account
Terms
of
payment
Terms of payment
Item
Item sorting
sorting
Dunning
Dunning procedure
procedure
::

nnnnnn
nnnnnn
ZB20
ZB20
0001
0001
0002
0002

SAP AG

Customer Master 2

Master Data: Customer Master 2


Shared data

Client

Name
Name
Address
Address
Telephone
Telephone

0001

0003

Company code data

Company code data

Company codes

Financial Accounting

Sales organization
data

Sales organization

Sales

SAP AG

Material Master

Master Data: Material Master


Views of the material master record

Purchasing
Construction
Materials
Planning

XX

SAP AG

Definition

Financial
Accounting

The material master is a


central data object in
the SAP System. It may
represent raw materials,
resources, operating
resources, products or
production resources

Storage

...

Stocks in plant
/storage location
XX

Material
Master Record

Sales
Costing
Work
preparation
Forecasting
Classification
Warehouse
management
R

Transaction Using Master Data

Transaction Using Organizational Data

Message Types

SAP
Authorization
SAP
Authorization Concepts
Concept

Object Class

Authorization
Objects

Authorization

Z:Bank_All
Fields
Values
Company Code
Authorization
F_BNKA_BUK

Profile

Z:Account

Z:Bank_001
Fields
Values

...

...

...

...
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User
User master
master
record
record
Z:Account
Eric Stratton

Financial
Accounting

User

Evaluation Reports

Information System Structure

Business Information Warehouse

SAP:
Implementation Methodology

ASAP Methodology
PROJECT
PREPARATION

Define Goals & objective


Clarify Scope
Strategy, schedule
Resources

BUSINESS
BLUEPRINT

Requirement workshops
Document business process
Define Baseline scope
Refine overall schedule

REALISATION

FINAL PREPARATION

GO LIVE & SUPPORT

System Implementation
Testing
Release it for production

Testing
End user training
System management
Cut over activities

Pre production to live production


Support organisation

ASAP: Implementation Planning

AcceleratedSAP: Implementation Planning

Project
Preparation

Business
Blueprint

Realization

Final
Preparation

Go Live &
Support

ASAP Roadmap
ASAP Implementation Assistant
(Project management,check lists...)
Project
Preparation

Business
Blueprint

Realization

Final
Preparation

Go Live &
Support

Service & Support, Training, Consulting

Continuous
Change
Permanenter Wandel
SAP AG

Strategies of Implementation

Strategies of Implementation

Implementation Strategies: What and When?


Big Bang Approach
or

SD

Sales and
MMDistrib.
Materials
PP Man.

PP

Production
Planning

QM

Phased Implementation

FI

Accounting

CO

Controlling

TR

R/3

Treasury

PS
Client / Server Project
System
ABAP
WF

Quality
Manage
ment PM
Plant
Maint.HR
Human
Res.

FI

CO

MM

SD

Workflow

IS

Industry
Solutions

SAP AG

HR

Scope of Implementation

Scope of Implementation?
FI
CO

MM
SD
SD

Sales and

MM Distrib.

CO

Materials
Man.

PP

Controlling

TR

R/3

Production
Planning

QM

HR

FI

Accounting

Treasury

Client / Server
ABAP/4

Quality
ManageManagement PM
Plant
Maint. HR
Human
Res.

PS

Project
System

WF

Workflow

IS

Industry
Solutions

SAP AG

Business Scenarios in
Supply Chain

Business Processes Overview

Business Scenario by Selecting Processes

Organizational Elements in Procurement

Organizational Elements in Sales & Production

Customer & Vendor Master

Material Master

Bill of Material

Product & Its Variants

Routings & Work Centers

Procurement Process

Outline
Agreement

Demand

Accounts
Payable

Purchase
Requisition

Invoice
Verification

Vendor

Goods Receipt
& Inventory Mgmt.

Scheduling
Agreement

Purchase
Order

Production Process

Schedule/Release

Goods Issue

Order Settlement

Shop Floor

Goods Receipt

Sales Process
Sales Process Trading Goods

Customer Order

Accounts Receivable

Picking

Packing

Billing

Goods Issue

Business Scenario: Make to Order Production

Integration with other Modules

Integration with the Applications


SD
Quotation
Order
Billing document

Planned

order
Production order
Settlement

PP

CO

MM
Purchase requisition
Purchase order
Goods receipt
Incoming invoice
Withdrawal

PM
Maintenance

Settlement

SAP AG

Order

Overhead
Distribution
Assessment
Activity

FI

order

allocation

FIAA
Assets

under Engineering
Settlement
R

Invoice

Business Scenarios in
Finance

Accounting

Accounting: External - Internal


External Reporting
External Accounting

Balance
sheet

Liqiudity
calcuation
Profit &
Loss
(P/L)

Internal
Reporting
Internal Accounting

Product
costs
reports

Retained
earnings
report

Cost
center
reports
Profit
center
reports

Profit
margin

SAP AG

ORG Diagram: Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Accounts Receivables

Accounts Payable

Asset Accounting

Asset Accounting
Asset class

Assets
House

Buildings

Fork lift

Vehicles

Chart
deprec
Chart of
of deprecdepreciation
1
<land
land
>
<
iation 1 <land >

Company code

Trade
Trade law
law
Taxation
Taxation law
law
Costing
Costing

Controlling area
Company code
1000

Asset: fork lift


Cost center

Vehicles

Cost center

Order
Trade law

Depreciation

Taxation law
Costing

Interest rates

Vehicles
Actual

Plan

Order
Actual

Plan

SAP AG

General Ledger Accounting

Cash Management

Cash Management
Integration
Logistics/
Financial
Accounting

Order

Billing doc

SD

Receivable

SD
Business partner

Cash Management

Payment

FI
E-Banking

Bank

CM

Financial

Account clearing

H
S Accounting
S
H
10
100
0

SAP AG

Internal Accounting

Internal Accounting

Internal
Reporting
Internal Accounting

Product
cost
reports

cost
center
reports
Profit
center
reports

Contribution
margins

SAP AG

Cost Accounting

Organization Diagram: Cost Accounting


(Controlling)
Client
Controlling area

Company
code
Buchungskreis

Operating
concern
Ergebnisbereich

Controlling area

Profit center

Cost
Kostencenter
stelle

SAP AG

Controlling

Controlling
Controlling
CO
CO
PA
PA

OverheadCost
Cost
Overhead
Controlling
Controlling

Cost
Cost
center
center

Internal
Internal
order
order

CO
CO
PC
PC

Product Cost Controlling


Product
Controlling

Material costs
costs
Material
Production
Production
activities
activities
Overhead costs
costs
Overhead

Production
Production
order
order

Cost Element Accounting


Cost Element Accounting

FI
FI

HR
HR

MM
MM

SD
SD
R

SAP AG

SAP AG

ECECPCA
PCA

Acccounting
P
rofit
Cen
enter
co u n tin g
P ro
fit C
ter AAccounting
cou

CO
CO
OM
OM

Profitability
Profitability
segment
segment

Profitability
ProfitabilityAnalysis
Analysis

Profit Center Accounting

Profit Center Accounting


Lieferungen/Leistungen

PrCtr 1

PrCtr 4
PrCtr 2

PrCtr 3

MM

HR

Production

PrCtr 5

PP

SD

Sales &
Distribution

Profitability
Analysis

Product
Costing
Overhead Cost Controlling

FI

SAP AG

Profitability Analysis

Business Scenarios in
Human Capital Management

Human Resources

Human Resources
Accounting
Travel Management

Payroll Accounting

Master Data
Recruitment
Personnel
Planning

HR
Information System

Organizational Management

Personnel
Cost Planning
Training and Event
Management
Time Management

Logistics

SAP AG

Employee Structure

Personnel
in Human
HR
PersonnelStructure
Structure in
Resources

Pensioners

Hourly
Hourly

Active Employees

Salaried
Salaried

Semi-Monthly
Semi-Monthly

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Employee Group

Employee Subgroup

Weekly
Weekly

Payroll Area

Organizational Plan Elements in Human Resources

Organizational Plan Elements in HR


Organizational Unit
Customer
Service Center

Job
Customer
Service
Representative

Position
Customer Service
Representative for
Southeast

Person

Sally
SAP AG 1999

Infotypes

HR Processes

Employee Self Service

Reporting
in HR
Reporting
Options in Human Resources

Ad Hoc Query

HIS
Available fields
Infotype 0000:
HR
Comp/Ben

Lab. Rel.

Human resources

+
+
+
+
+
+

HR Adm

Employment status
Dev/Educ

Payroll

Infotype 0001:

Org. assignment

Infotype 0002:

Personal data

Birth

Report Tree

Personnel management
+ Administration
+ Recruitment
+ Personnel development
+ Benefits
+ Compensation management
+ Personnel cost planning
Time management
Payroll accounting
Training and event management
Organizational management
Travel management
Information system

SAP AG 1999

Actions

Certificate

SAP Query

SAP Query
Report
Generator

SAP:
NetWeaver/Basis Technology

Client/Server Overview
Server
LAN/WAN
TCP / IP

Client

Client/Server Overview (Logical Structure)

Data Storage

Application
Logic
Client

Presentation

Server

Typical Client Server Architectures

Presentation

Central System
Two - tier
Distributed System
Two - tier
Client/Server
Three - tier
Client/Server
Multi-layer
Cooperative
Client/Server

Application

Database

Basis System: Three-Tier Computer Hierarchy


Central Database
(Storage of all data)

Access to Dataase:
(Read / Write data)

Database
Input / Output
of data to users

Application

Presentation

Processing of data
using application logic

Presentation of the
processed data to
the user

SAP R/3 Resource Management: The Dispatcher

Presentation
SAP GUI
Communications

Application
Dispatcher

Work
Process

Data base

Work
Process

Work
Process

Buffers

SAP R/3 Resource Management: Data Flow

Presentation

SAP
SAP GUI
GUI

Terminal
Process

11

77

Application

22

Dispatcher

33

66

Data base

SAP
SAP Memory
Memory Buffer
Buffer
Roll

Work
Process

44

Request
Request queues
queues

Page

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Relational
Relational database
database system
system

System Platform

System Platforms for the R/3 System


Hardware

UNIX
UNIX Systems
Systems
Bull
IBM
Bull
IBM
Digital
SNI
Digital
SNI
HP
SUN
HP
SUN

Operating
AIX
Reliant
AIX
Reliant
systems
Digital
Digital UNIX
UNIX UNIX
UNIX (SINIX)
(SINIX)
HP-UX
HP-UX

Databases

Bull/Zenith
Bull/Zenith
Compaq
Compaq
Data
Data General
General
...
...

Digital
Digital
HP
HP (Intel)
(Intel)
IBM
IBM (Intel)

NCR
NCR
Sequent
Sequent
SNI
SNI

Windows
Windows NT
NT

IBM
IBM
AS/400
AS/400

IBM
IBM
S/390

OS/400

OS/390

DB2 for
for
AS/400
AS/400

DB2
DB2 for
for
OS/390

SOLARIS
SOLARIS

DB2
DB2 Common
Common Server
Server
INFORMIX
INFORMIX-OnLine
OnLine
ORACLE
ORACLE

DB2
DB2 Common
Common Server
Server
INFORMIX
OnLine
INFORMIX-OnLine
ORACLE
ORACLE
MS
MS SQL
SQL Server
Server

Windows
Windows 3.1, Windows
Windows 95, Windows
Windows NT,
NT,
OSF/Motif *, OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM),
Macintosh *, Java

Dialog
SAPGUI
Languages

ABAP, C, C++, HTML, Java


R

* not supported with AS/400


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What is a Client

What is a Client?
A client is an autonomous unit in the R/3 System with
regard to commercial law, organization, and data.

Client

SAP AG

Client Roles

Common Client Roles

Development &
Customizing

Configuring of client settings and


creation of new functionality

QTST

Quality Assurance

Functionality testing and


verification of configuration

PROD

Production

Productive activities and business


data

CUST

Client Roles

Additional Client Roles


Sandbox

Sampling of customizing
transactions and settings

Test

Testing of configuration settings


with data

TRNG

Training

End-user customer training


environment

PPRD

Pre-production

Configured environment for the


load of legacy data prior to the
start of productive activities

SAND

TEST

Object Migration

Corrections and Transport


Development

Program A

Program A

Program A

Table A

Table A

Table A

Screen A

Screen A

Screen A

Ex
po
rt

Ex
po
rt

Im
po
rt

Production

Im
po
rt

QA Testing

Geography-based Clients

America
America
Europe
Europe
Japan
Japan

Client
Client 010
010
Client
Client 020
020
Client
Client 030
030

R/3
Europe
R/3
America

R/3
Japan

Client Copies

Configuration

Development
Quality Assurance
Interface Testing
User Training

Clients in SAP

Clients in the R/3 System


Hardware
SD

SD
Sales
&
Sales &
Distribution
Distribution
Distribution
Distribution

MM
MM

MM
Materials
PP Materials
PP
PPMgmt
Mgmt
Production
Production
Planning
Planning

FI

FI
Financial
Fin ancial
Financial
Accounting
Accounting

CO

CO
Controlling
Controlling

AM

AssetAM
Mgmt
Asset Mgmt

R/3
R/3

R/3 System

PS
Client
PS
Client/ /Server
Server
Project
Project
Project
Project
Quality
System
Mgmt
ABAP/4
System
MgmtPM
ABAP/4
WF
PM

QM
QM
Quality

PlantPM
MainPlant
Maintenance
tenance
HR
HR
Human
Human
Resources
Resources
Resources
Resources

WF
Workflow
IS Workflow
IS

Industry
Industry
Solutions
Solutions

Delivery
Delivery client
client (000/001)
(000/001)

Clients

Customizing
Customizing client
client (e.g.
(e.g. 777)
777)

Test client (e.g. 888)


Training
Training client
client (e.g.
(e.g. 999)
999)

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System Messages

System Messages

E - Error
An invalid entry has been made.
The cursor moves to the field where the
error has occurred.

W - Warning
A possible error has been made.
The user can continue without changing.

I Information
Feedback from the system.

Career Options with SAP

SAP Career: Functional or Technical

Functional Areas:
Finance / Accounting
Manufacturing
Procurement
Sales
Human Resources
Quality
Projects, etc.

Technical Areas
Development: ABAP/4
System Administration: BASIS

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Employment Options for SAP Resources

Geographic Spread:
Local / International

Corporate Segment
Consulting Firms / End Users / Industry
SAP

Job Role
Implementation Consultant
Trainer
Project Management
Pre Sales
Support
Testers

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How to Breakthrough in SAP Job Market

Have excellent command on System Functionality:


Read Books / Articles
Get Training: Online / Classroom
Get Access to SAP System: Practice, Practice, Practice
Find a User Forum: Read and Learn
Get a Mentor

Dont be shy to start from scratch: Have long term vision


Be flexible to travel and relocate.
Dont look at compensation at this stage: In SAP, compensation
increases exponentially with experience
Be Cross Trained / Cross Certified

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Value of SAP Certification

Few credentials in the business world carry the value of SAP


certification. Those who hold it have honed their skills through
rigorous study or direct experience.
SAP certification can give you a distinct competitive advantage.
This is the Key that can open the door to career in SAP
In Pakistan, Middle East and other Asian markets, SAP
Certification has now become a pre-requisite for any Govt / Public
Sector positions
In North America, Europe and Australia, SAP Certification is Nice
to Have for experienced consultants, but a definite advantage for
Beginners.

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Questions?