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SAP@GSU. Intro to ERP/SAP @ GSU. What is SAP R/3?. SAP R/3 is an enterprise-wide, integrated, relational-data-base, client-server information system. SAP R/3 is the largest-selling software of its type in its target large-firm market.

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sap@gsu

SAP@GSU

Intro to ERP/SAP @ GSU

what is sap r 3
What is SAP R/3?
  • SAP R/3 is an enterprise-wide, integrated, relational-data-base, client-server information system.
  • SAP R/3 is the largest-selling software of its type in its target large-firm market.
  • SAP’s wide acceptance makes it an ideal product with which to illustrate accounting system features.
companies in georgia using sap
Coca Cola

Federal Reserve System

Management Recruiters

Price Waterhouse Cooper

Greythorn Inc

International Paper

BearingPoint

Georgia Pacific

Home Depot

Briggs & Stratton

ADP Corporate

MSI Consulting

Clarkson Consulting

Cox Newspapers

Companies in Georgia Using SAP
key global features
Key Global Features
  • Total Integration
  • Multi-Language
  • Multi-Currency
  • Multi-National
sap 2007
SAP 2007
  • SAP Revenues 2006: 9.4 Billion Euros
  • 39 K Employees in 2007
  • 41 K Customers in 2007
  • 121 K Installations in 2007
  • 12,000,000 users in 2007
  • 30 industry solutions
  • 1,500 SAP Partners in 2007
  • 120 Countries in 2007
slide12

SAP ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION 10.5%

Worldwide

As of 2000 (Total: 36,000+)

SAP R/3 Customer Installations by Industry

SAP HIGH TECH &ELECTRONICS 11.3%

Others 11.5%

SAP BANKING 2.0%

SAP MEDIA2.3%

SAP HEALTHCARE 2.3%

Metal, Paper & Wood Products 2.8%

Services 3.1%

SAP OIL & GAS 3.2%

SAP CONSUMER

PRODUCTS 10.3%

SAP TELECOM-MUNICATIONS 3.4%

SAP PHARMA -

CEUTICALS 3.4%

SAP PUBLIC SECTOR 3.4%

SAP CHEMICALS 9.5%

SAP UTILITIES 3.9%

SAP RETAIL 6.3%

SAP AUTOMOTIVE 4.8%

Consulting & Professional Services 6.0%

21 Industry Solutions

sap courses at gsu
SAP Courses at GSU*
  • CISM 4334 Intro to ERP
  • CISM 4335 ABAP
  • CISM 4434 Configuration
  • MGMT 4333 HRIS
  • At least 30% SAP usage.
what does sap stand for
What Does SAP Stand For?
  • Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung
  • Systems Applications and Programs in Data Processing
basic german
Basic German
  • Hello Guten tag!
  • How are you? Wie geht’s
  • Good, thank you Gut danke!
  • Good morning Guten morgen!
  • Good evening Guten abend!
  • Thank you Danke schon!
  • No thank you Nein, danke!
  • Good bye Auf Viedersehen
configuration
Configuration
  • The process of tailoring SAP software by selecting specific functionality from a list of those supported by the software, very much like setting defaults (e.g., Word, Access)
  • DOES NOT involve changes to the underlying software code
business modules
Business Modules
  • Collections of logically related transactions within identifiable business functions
    • MM (“Buy”)
    • PP (“Make”)
    • SD (“Sell”)
    • FI and CO (“Track”)
business process integration

SAP Enterprise System

Master Data

Rules

Org Data

FI

FI

MM

MM

SD

SD

Business Process Integration

FI

SD

MM

Transactions

FI

MM

SD

pen incorporated produce for sales order

SAP Enterprise System

Accounts

Receivable

Sales Order

Pre-Sales Activity

Delivery

Billing

Availability Check

Goods Issued to Delivery

Inventory

Postings

In Inventory

General Ledger Accounts

Plant or Warehouse

YES

Goods from Production Order

NO

Accounts

Payable

Planned Order

Production Order

Completion Confirmation

Pen IncorporatedProduce for Sales Order
testing
Testing

Purchase

Requisition

Purchase

Order

Procurement

Process

Check

Availability

Run MRP

Goods

Receipt

Sales Order

Process

Sales Order

Entry

Invoice

Receipt

Pick

Materials

Payment

to Vendor

Receipt of

Payment

Post Goods

Issue

Invoice

Customer

sap dss

SAP & DSS

Reflections

business intelligence
Business Intelligence
  • Scope of BI is changing (broadening)

(BI = Applications and technologies that can enable organizations to make more informed business decisions.)

enterprise performance management epm
Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
  • Moving towards integration of traditionally segmented applications
    • with decision support | strategy focus
      • Data Warehousing
      • Budgeting & planning
      • OLAP
      • Operational BI / Data Marts
      • Activity-based costing
      • Balanced score card / KPI / Perform. Mgmt. System
enterprise performance management epm27
Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
  • Business case:

Are we all on same page w.r.t. strategy & operations?

        • “one version of the truth?”
        • consistent metrics, measurements & goals
operational bi
“Operational” BI

Includes some traditional model-based DSS

slide29

SAP’s BPM

SEM

(consolidation)

SEM

SEM

SEM

SEM =

Strategic EnterpriseManagement

SEM

Business Warehouse

(BW)

BEx Broadcaster

R/3

BExplorer;

BI Accelerator

& Simulation

& Forecasting

& BAM

(Data Mining)

slide30
Quickly developed bolt-on infrastructure to R/3

Mind-numbing complexity

A very difficult application to master

SAP BW Engineer!

slide31

312 slides

Not only use client tools (e.g. OLAP), but we also build the Data Warehouse infrastructure!

slide32

DSS BPM

HIPRE

& Simulation

& Forecasting

& BAM

(Data Mining)

business intelligence35
Business intelligence
  • Enforce common metrics / measurements / goals
business intelligence36
Business intelligence
  • Applications and technologies can enable organizations to make more informed business decisions.
  • Early definition
    • Data-driven DSS (simple models, much data)
      • E.g., Data Warehouse, OLAP, Reporting
soa sap

SOA & SAP

Desires and Challenges

constraints
Constraints
  • Professional body of knowledge
    • Required Coverage
  • Expanded GAAP
    • Additional classes
  • SOX & COSO
    • Crowded class content
acct 5232 cairney
ACCT 5232 (Cairney)
  • CREATE A SECONDARY COST ELEMENT IN R/3
  • Create two secondary cost elements, 6400XX and 6500XX (GG= your group #) in controlling area 2000.
  • The path is: MASTER DATA => COST ELEMENT => CREATE SECONDARY
  • CLICK BaseScreen (basic screen), and enter the following information in the “Create Secondary Cost Element: Basic Screen”
  • SAVE YOUR WORK on both elements.
acct 5232 cairney42
ACCT 5232 (Cairney)
  • Creating Cost Centers
  • Create the following cost centers in controlling area 2000 with XX being your group number:
  • a) Administration cost center 200XX, Name: Administration
  • b) Service cost center 500XX, Name: Cleaning
  • c) MENU PATH:
  • ACCOUNTING => CONTROLLING => COST CENTERS => MASTER DATA => COSTCENTER => CREATE
  • TYPE IN THE RESPECTIVE COST CENTER AND CLICK BasScreen
  • Ex.: 200XX
next sap
NEXT SAP
  • ACCT 7530 (Higgins)
    • Package from Alliance
      • Masters students know the bookkeeping cycle
      • Students will quickly work through the SAP key entering (3 wks vs 13 wks)
    • Illustrations of Controls:
      • Format checks
      • Validity checks
    • Connection to REAs.
  • ACCT 3231 (Cairney)
future sap
FUTURE SAP
  • ACCT 4130 (Metrejean)
    • Illustrations of Controls:
      • Format checks
      • Validity checks
  • ACCT 2101 (?)
    • Projects and administered created for all sections by a single dedicated faculty
    • A single Honors or Systems section
future sap cont d
FUTURE SAP (cont’d)
  • SOA Curriculum Committee
    • Systems Track
      • Masters &/or Undergraduate
    • Additional Masters courses?
      • SAP standalone or Integrated
mgnt 4333 human resource information systems
MGNT 4333 – Human Resource Information Systems
  • This course is currently being taught for the fourth time.
  • It is an elective for students pursuing the HR emphasis in BBA – Management.
  • For IS majors, it is one of the courses in the ERP emphasis and counts toward the SAP Certificate.
slide47

MGNT 4333

Beginning Fall 2007, the required textbook is a SAP book. This is being supplemented by numerous articles on HRIS (HRMS) systems.

mgnt 4333 major components
MGNT 4333: Major Components
  • Lectures on key concepts
  • Webinars: Product demos (typically 4-6)
  • Guest speakers (typically 2-4)
    • One specializes in developing SAP applications for HR
  • Group Project (Developing a business case for a HRIS investment)
    • A running case (C&H Fabrication) is used to provide organization context for business case for recommended solution
  • SAP Exercises using HR module
    • First three are also used in ERP course
    • Last one is take home component of final; it is used to validate student learning in previous SAP exercises.
sap at gsu where from here
SAP at GSU: Where from Here?
  • Continued/increased interest from corporations
    • BMW
    • Georgia-Pacific
    • Under Armour
    • Staffing Technologies
  • Better communication & marketing
    • With employers
    • Current students
    • Prospective students
  • More interns, co-ops, student employment opportunities
  • Continued need for faculty SAP training/development
sap at gsu some key questions
SAP at GSU: Some Key Questions
  • Should SAP Certificate be more accessible?
    • To IT & CS majors?
    • To IS Minors?
    • To graduate students (MBA/IS? MAAC? MT/IT? MBA/MSIS?)
  • Should ERP emphasis be expanded?
    • What other courses should be included or developed?
    • Should a SAP internship count toward emphasis completion
  • How can corporate buy-in be increased?
    • Should a steering committee for SAP@GSU be created?