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Hands-on with SAP ERP and IDES

Carrying out a complete ERP process

Hands-on with SAP ERP and IDES
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ISBN: 978-87-403-2413-6
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Pages : 196
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Description

This course is an introduction to ERP supported by SAP ERP with the IDES database.

The method is developed for business schools and universities. Knowledge of the subjects related to ERP is assumed.

The method does not focus on the modules of SAP ERP, but on the main characteristic of SAP ERP: the integration of business processes.

The course is divided into three parts:

  1. Enterprise Resource Planning and SAP
  2. Carrying out a complete ERP process
  3. Special applications

In part two, master data are created and a complete sales order-driven process is carried out. It offers hands-on experiences and knowledge about material requirements planning and all related business cycle steps, typical for SAP ERP.

About the authors

Casper Draijer (1959) is a lecturer for more than 30 years in financial accounting, management accounting and management information systems. He has more than 20 years of experience of teaching SAP ERP Basics, FICO and SAP SCM. His background is business economics. At this moment he teaches Business Process Simulation and Controlling and Accounting with SAP ERP and supply chain management with SAP SCM at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. On behalf of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences he is an active member of the SAP Global University Alliance.

Dirk-Jan Schenk (1957) has more than 20 years of experience teaching SAP ERP, CRM and BI and is a lecturer for more than 35 years. He has a background in mathematics and business informatics. He is chairman of the special interest group Education from the Dutch SAP User group (VNSG) and write articles for the VNSG Magazine. At this moment he teaches Business Process Simulation with SAP ERP at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and does the functional support for a lot of schools in the Netherlands.


Content

  • Preface
  • Introduction 
  • Study guide 
  1. Part 1 Enterprise Resource Planning and Sap
  2. Enterprise Resource Planning 
    1. Enterprise Resource Planning Software 
    2. Enterprise Resource Planning As A Follow-Up To Mrp
    3. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Erp 
    4. Functions Of Enterprise Resource Planning
    5. Supply Chain Management
    6. Supply Chain Management And Enterprise Resource Planning
  3. The Company: Sap Ag 
    1. The Company: Sap Ag 
    2. Products Of Sap Ag
  4. Sap Erp 
    1. Structure Of Sap Erp
    2. Analytics 
    3. Financials
    4. Human Capital Management
    5. Procurement And Logistics Execution 
    6. Product Development And Manufacturing
    7. Sales And Service 
    8. CORPORATE SERVICES
  5. Organization Depicted In Sap Erp
    1. Sorts Of Data 
    2. Organization Structure Projected In Sap Erp 
    3. Projecting The Business Structure In Sap Erp
    4. Sap Hierarchy 
    5. Financial (Fi) 
    6. Material Management (Mm) 
    7. Sales And Distribution (Sd) 
  6. Customizing 
    1. Scope Of The Implementation
    2. The Approach To The Project 
    3. Confusing Terminology
    4. Accelerated Sap 
    5. Customizing 
  7. Sap Business Suite
    1. SAP BUSINESS SUITE
    2. Netweaver
    3. Sap Portal
    4. Collaborative Business
  8. Ides
    1. Short Description Of Ides
    2. Structure Of Ides Sales Organization
  9. Part 2 Carrying out a complete ERP process
  10. Log On And The Sap Erp Interface
    1. Client Code And Company Code
    2. User
    3. Logging On
    4. Logging Off
    5. Explaining The Standard Screen
    6. KEY TO SYMBOLS 
    7. Exporting Lists To Word Or Excel
    8. Favourites
    9. Users’ Defaults And Users’ Parameters
    10. Variant 
  11. Accounts Receivable
    1. Open Items 
    2. Customer Master Data
  12. General Ledger Administration
    1. General Ledger Account Master Data
    2. Balance Sheet And Profit And Loss Statement
  13. Accounts Payable 
    1. Invoice Processing C-Business Diagram
    2. Vendor Master Data
    3. Post The Invoice 
    4. Monitoring The Accounts Payable
    5. Payment To A Vendor
  14. Human Resources
    1. Position 
    2. Hiring A New Employee 
  15. Logistic Master Data
    1. Master Data For The Material
    2. Bill Of Material 
    3. Direct Wage Hours And Machine Hours 
    4. Work Center 
    5. Routing 
    6. Info Record 
  16. Complete Erp Process 
    1. General 
    2. C-Business Logistics Diagram 
    3. Sales Call To The Customer 
    4. Create A Quotation For A Customer 
    5. Create A Customer Order 
    6. The Stock/Requirements List 
    7. Requirements Planning (Mrp) 
    8. Create A Purchase Order For The Supplier 
    9. Goods Receipt From A Supplier 
    10. Transfer Order Goods Receipt To Permanent Storage 
    11. Receipt Of The Invoice From The Supplier 
    12. Payment Of The Supplier’s Invoice 
    13. Production Order
    14. Issue Of Raw Materials To Production
    15. Confirmation Of A Production Order
    16. Goods Receipt Finished Product From Production
    17. Creating A Delivery To The Customer 
    18. The Document Flow Around The Sales Order 
    19. Picking The Delivery 
    20. Goods Issue Delivery To The Customer 
    21. Invoice The Customer 
    22. Incoming Payment From The Customer 
    23. Tracking And Tracing
  17. Part 3 Special applications 
  18. Fixed Assets 
    1. C Business Diagram Acquisition Of Fixed Assets Scenario 
    2. Asset Overviews 
    3. Capitalizing The Asset 
    4. Registering The Purchase 
    5. Post The Payment 
    6. Asset Explorer 
    7. Depreciation 
  19. Repair Order
    1. C-Business Diagram Internal Order Processing 
    2. Creating Profit Center 
    3. Creating Cost Centers 
    4. Creating An Internal Order 
    5. Ordering Materials For Internal Use 
    6. Goods Receipt For Internal Use 
    7. Invoice Receipt Material Internal Use 
    8. Activity Output/Prices 
    9. Internal Activity Settlement 
    10. Reporting Actual Items 
  20. Production On Stock And Forecast Based Planning 
    1. Production On Stock And Forecast Based Planning 
    2. Master Data Change And Extension 
    3. Demand Management 
    4. Forecast Based Planning 
    5. Production Planning 
    6. Create A Purchase Order For The Supplier
    7. Goods Receipt From A Supplier 
    8. Transfer Order Goods Receipt To Permanent Storage 
    9. Receipt Of The Invoice From The Supplier 
    10. Payment Of The Supplier’s Invoice 
    11. Production Order 
    12. Issue Of Raw Materials To Production 
    13. Confirmation Of A Production Order 
    14. Goods Receipt Finished Product From Production 
    15. Sales From Stock 
    16. Making A Delivery To The Customer 
    17. Picking The Delivery 
    18. Goods Issue Delivery To The Customer 
    19. Invoice The Customer 
    20. Incoming Payment From The Customer 
    21. Analyses
  21. Product Costing
    1. Cost Of Go
    2. Cost Of Goods Manufactured 
    3. Overhead Costs 
    4. Cost Of Goods Sold 
    5. Stock Valuation At Costs Of Goods Manufactured 
    6. Production Order Using Product Costing 
    7. Create A Purchase Order At The Supplier 
    8. Goods Receipt From The Supplier 
    9. Transfer Order Goods Receipt To Permanent Storage Location
    10. Invoice Receipt From The Supplier 
    11. Payment Of The Supplier’s Invoice 
    12. Production Order Release 
    13. Issue Of Raw Materials To Production
    14. Production Order Confirmation 
    15. Goods Receipt Finished Product From Production 
    16. Planned And Actual Costs Production Order 
    17. Actual Overhead 
    18. Variance Analysis Production 
    19. Settlement Of Production Order 
    20. Overview Of Planned And Actual Cost Production Order
  22. Human Resource Management 
    1. Position 
    2. Advertisement 
    3. Applicant 
    4. Selection Applicant 
    5. Hiring Applicant
    6. Cats 
    7. Succession Planning 
  • FAQ
  • Index 

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