SAP QM Overview

• Outlining SAP Quality Management Concepts
• Considering Prerequisites for SAP Quality Management


Master Data for SAP Quality Management

• Outlining Master Data for SAP Quality Management


Integration With Other Modules

• Integration with Materials Management (Overview)
• Integration with Production (Overview)
• Integration with Plant Maintenance (Overview)


Business Processes in SAP QM

• Inspection lot Creation
• Results Recording
• Usage Decision
• Stock Posting
• Inspection Report


Configuration Basics of SAP QM

• Client Settings
• Plant Settings
• Quality Inspection
• Quality Planning


Detailed Integration with Materials Management

• Goods Receipt in Procurement – Type 01


Detailed Integration with Production Planning

• PP/QM Master Data
• QM Data in Routing/Recipe
• Inspection lot for In Process Inspection
• Inspection lot for Goods Receipt from Production


Detailed Integration with Plant Maintenance

• Test Equipment
• Calibration Order (Complete)


Recurring Inspection and Expiration Dates

• QM Master Data Checklist
• Business Processes


Active Ingredient Management

• Configuration Basics
• Master Data
• Business Processes


What is SAP?

SAP is one of the world’s leading producers of software for the management of business processes, developing solutions that enable effective data processing and information flow across organizations. Founded in 1972, the company was initially named Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing (Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung in German), later abbreviated to SAP. Since then, it has grown from a small five-person startup to a multinational enterprise with more than 100,000 employees and over 440,000 customers in 180 countries. Its global headquarters is in Walldorf, Germany.
SAP System provides control over various business processes. Increases productivity, better inventory management, promotes quality, reduced material cost, effective human resources management, reduced overheads boosts profits. Better customer interaction and increased throughput. It also improves customer service.


Why train in SAP?

SAP’s popularity with the biggest and best companies around the globe means that demand for IT professionals who are skilled in SAP products is huge. Approximately 70% of the Fortune 100 companies and over 50% of the Fortune 500 companies use SAP as their preferred Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. This huge uptake of SAP software, combined with the sheer diversity of SAP products and uses has forced companies to notice the distinct divide between the technical and functional areas of expertise required to manage ERP systems. For SAP professionals this again points to more SAP jobs and a greater opportunity to specialize.


Eligibility for Training

For SAP there are no specific criteria if you are enrolling for basic modules of SAP; any graduate can pursue their career in SAP. However, some SAP modules require relevant work experience in field like engineer graduate with relevant work experience of minimum 2 years can take a course in SAP MM, PP, and PM module while a commerce graduate or MBA can choose SAP FICO.
For pursuing the course it is mandatory to have at least 2 years of work experience if you intend getting SAP certification.


Types of Training

End User
End user is the one who performs transactions in SAP after it goes live. Such as posting an invoice, goods receipt, creating purchase orders, sales orders etc. Number of hours: 20-25 hours.
Super User
SAP Super User is that you are the first line of support for your customers (your colleagues using SAP). When users need help running a transaction, identifying the source of a problem, or understanding integration points, they turn to you for answers. Super Users are users with advanced knowledge in certain applications and with special permissions or roles. Number of hours: 30-35 hours.
A SAP consultant builds the SAP system from scratch and provides modifications or updates for it based on the needs of the end users. Number of hours : 60-65 hours


What do we provide at Hydrogen Enterprise Academy??

Hydrogen Enterprise Academy was launched to enable redundant Oil & Gas professionals to learn new skills to qualify them for Jobs in ERP and other in demand technologies.
• Excellent trainers with 10+ years of Industry and Training experience
• All the trainers are SAP Certified trainers
• Training Material
• Server for Practice
• Interview readiness
Cost: £2750 + Vat

If you are looking for SAP Training