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INTRODUCING SAP ERP BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

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SAP Business one ERP Software


Business one is an

integrated ERP softw are targeted at the software requirements of the small and medium sized enterprises.

It has an extensive module structure that includes almost every business requirement from Administration module to e-commerce module.

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SAP Enterprise Resource Planning

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SAP FI Module
Where FI means Financial Accounting essentially this SAP module delivers your regulatory books of record, including
General ledger Book close Tax Accounts receivable Accounts payable Asset Management (SAP AM) Consolidation Special ledgers

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SAP CO Module
The CO stands for Controlling basically the SAP Module which allows you to manage your internal cost / management accounting

Cost elements Cost centres Profit centres Internal orders Activity based costing Product costing
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SAP HR Module
Employment history
The HR is for Human Resources ... people are the important part of this SAP module, including

Payroll Staff Training Career management Succession planning

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SAP PM Module
Labour
where Plant Maintenance is the PM this SAP module is where you maintain your equipment (e.g. a machine, an oil rig, an aircraft etc), including

Material

Down time and outages

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SAP QM Module
Planning Execution Inspections Certificates

QM stands for Quality Management in this SAP module improve the quality of your goods, including

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SAP PP Module
Capacity planning

For Manufacturing companies One of the big SAP modules is Production Planning manages your production process, including

Master production scheduling Material requirements planning (MRP)

Shop floor

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SAP SD Module
RFQ Sales and Distribution from order to delivery, including Sales orders Pricing Picking Packing Shipping
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SAP PS Module
SAP PS Module

Make to order
PS is Project Systems this SAP Module is where you can manage your projects, large and small, including

Plant shut downs (as a project)

Third party billing (on the back of a project)

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SAP BW Module
Data extraction from source systems

Where BW stands for Business (Data) Warehouse which includes the following main functions
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Some technical and functional transformation of the data Storage of the data in what are called Infoproviders Reporting (which uses Infoproviders)

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InfoProvider used for the SAP BI

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SAP BW Module
Data extraction from source systems

Where BW stands for Business (Data) Warehouse which includes the following main functions
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Some technical and functional transformation of the data Storage of the data in what are called Infoproviders

Reporting (which uses Infoproviders)

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SAP MM Module
Requisitions Purchase orders One of the most important SAP Modules where MM is Materials Management (prerequisite for the supply chain), including Goods receipts Accounts payable Inventory management Bill of Materials (BOM) Master raw materials Finished goods

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MM MODULE
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SAP MM (Material Management)


SAP MM (Material Management) one the biggest functional module in SAP ERP. This module mainly deals with the Procurement Process, Master Data (Material & Vendor Master), Inventory Management, Valuation of Material & Account Determination, Material Requirement Planning, Invoice Verification etc. This module is highly integrated with several modules in SAP. SAP Materials management (MM) covers all tasks within the supply chain, including consumption-based planning, planning, vendor evaluation and invoice verification. It also includes Inventory and Warehouse management to manage stock until usage dictates the cycle should begin again. Electronic Kan-ban/Justin-Time delivery is supported.

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MM COMPONENTS
Invoice Verification: supports verification and material valuations such as Last In First Out (LIFO) and First In First Out (FIFO), revaluations for price changes, changes to the invoices for credits, taxes, cash discounts, checking the invoices, defining account impacts for invoices, canceling invoices, delivery costs, and determining invoice variances.
External Services Management: The external services management component is provided to support the complete process of procuring external services from vendors, from bidding on invitations, to awarding the order, to acceptance of services. It is used to define the service specifications, enter the services performed, accept those services, and then verify the service invoice. The information systems within MM consist of vendor valuations, the purchasing information system, and inventory information.
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