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Bundle Combo - SAP S/4HANA Sales and S/4HANA Logistics

Self-paced videos, Lifetime access, Study material, Certification prep, Technical support, Course Completion Certificate


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Price
£18 inc VAT
Study method
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Duration
45 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Reed Courses Certificate of Completion - Free
  • Uplatz Certificate of Completion - Free

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Overview

Uplatz offers this comprehensive bundle course on SAP S/4HANA Sales and SAP S/4HANA Logistics modules consisting of a combo of video courses on all topics that are associated with SAP S/4HANA Sales and Distribution and SAP S/4HANA Logistics. You will be awarded Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course.

The SAP S/4HANA Sales module is a robust solution that helps businesses streamline and optimize their sales processes. It offers a range of features and functionalities to support effective sales management and customer engagement.

The SAP S/4HANA Sales module aims to enhance sales effectiveness, improve customer engagement, and drive revenue growth by streamlining sales processes, enabling better decision-making, and providing a holistic view of sales operations.

The SAP S/4HANA Logistics module is a comprehensive solution that helps businesses manage and optimize their logistics and supply chain operations. It offers a range of features and functionalities to streamline procurement, inventory management, production planning, and logistics execution

The SAP S/4HANA Logistics module aims to optimize supply chain operations, enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction. It provides a centralized platform for managing and controlling logistics processes, enabling businesses to make informed decisions and respond quickly to changing market demands.

Curriculum

2
sections
50
lectures
45h 3m
total
    • 1: Introduction to SAP S/4HANA Sales and Distribution (SD) Preview 06:57
    • 2: SD Enterprise Structure - part 1 49:59
    • 3: SD Enterprise Structure - part 2 58:33
    • 4: SD Enterprise Structure - part 3 09:07
    • 5: Integration of S/4HANA SD with other SAP modules - part 1 54:44
    • 6: Integration of S/4HANA SD with other SAP modules - part 2 35:16
    • 7: Integration of S/4HANA SD with other SAP modules - part 3 23:13
    • 8: SD Material Master - part 1 46:23
    • 9: SD Material Master - part 2 16:30
    • 10: SD Customer Master - part 1 48:27
    • 11: SD Customer Master - part 2 49:12
    • 12: SD Condition Master - part 1 1:00:23
    • 13: SD Condition Master - part 2 21:25
    • 14: Sales Document Type 56:06
    • 15: Business Processes 59:17
    • 16: Item Category Type 24:02
    • 17: Cross Selling 20:56
    • 18: Free Goods 17:33
    • 19: Third Party Sales 06:16
    • 20: Miscellaneous Concepts in S/4HANA SD 30:08
    • 21: ASAP Methodology 59:34
    • 22: Introduction to SAP S/4HANA 38:06
    • 23: Evolution of SAP S/4HANA 54:22
    • 24: Core Functions and Principles of SAP S/4HANA 1:00:39
    • 25: Functionality of SAP S/4HANA 58:42
    • 26: SAP S/4HANA Transition 1:12:17
    • 27: SAP Activate Methodology 59:57
    • 28: Revision of the Background of SAP S/4HANA 57:40
    • 29: ECC vs. S/4HANA 1:08:29
    • 30: SAP HANA Modeler 54:35
    • 31: SAP Fiori Component 1:02:45
    • 32: SAP HANA Architecture Preview 52:49
    • 33: Concept of Business Partner 1:03:29
    • 34: Business Partner Role 1:13:27
    • 35: Master Data Governance 56:22
    • 36: Credit Management 1:05:20
    • 37: Sales Document Configuration 1:20:10
    • 38: Delivery Scheduling 1:12:16
    • 39: Product Allocation 1:06:30
    • 40: Rebate Settlement 1:09:38
    • 41: Configuration of Rebate Settlement 1:15:37
    • 42: Business Rule Framework plus and Form Templates 1:32:27
    • 43: Procurement 1:10:12
    • 44: Master Data in SAP S/4HANA 1:10:45
    • 45: Configuration of Procurement 1:17:37
    • 46: Purchase Order 1:27:01
    • 47: Automatic Storage Location and Account Determination 1:14:27
    • 48: Material Ledger and Actual Costing 1:05:07
    • 49: Material Requirements Planning (MRP) 1:05:06
    • 50: Configuration Factors influencing MRP, Production Planning for Proc 1:22:45

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Description

Here are some key features of the SAP S/4HANA Sales module.

  1. Sales Order Management: It enables businesses to create, process, and track sales orders efficiently. Users can manage order entry, order confirmation, availability checks, pricing, and credit management.

  2. Pricing and Discounts: The module allows businesses to define and manage complex pricing structures, discounts, promotions, and pricing conditions. It supports various pricing strategies and automates price calculations based on predefined rules.

  3. Customer Relationship Management (CRM): SAP S/4HANA Sales integrates with CRM functionalities to provide comprehensive customer relationship management capabilities. It helps manage customer data, track interactions, analyze behavior, and improve sales and customer service.

  4. Inventory Management: Real-time visibility into inventory levels is provided, facilitating optimization of stock levels, tracking of goods movements, and management of replenishment and fulfillment processes.

  5. Sales Analytics: The module offers powerful analytics and reporting capabilities, providing insights into sales performance, customer behavior, and market trends. It includes pre-built dashboards, reports, and ad-hoc reporting options for data-driven decision-making.

  6. Mobile Sales: It supports mobile sales capabilities, allowing sales representatives to access relevant sales information, process orders, and interact with customers while on the go. This feature improves productivity and responsiveness.

  7. Integration and Extensibility: SAP S/4HANA Sales integrates seamlessly with other modules within the SAP S/4HANA suite, such as finance, logistics, and production. This enables end-to-end business process integration. Additionally, it offers extensibility options for customization and adaptation to specific business requirements.

Here are some key features of the SAP S/4HANA Logistics module.

  1. Procurement Management: It enables businesses to manage the procurement process efficiently. Users can handle supplier management, purchase requisitions, purchase orders, request for quotations (RFQs), and invoice verification. Supplier evaluation and strategic sourcing capabilities are also provided.

  2. Inventory Management: The module provides real-time visibility into inventory levels, enabling businesses to optimize stock levels, track goods movements, and manage inventory across multiple locations. It includes features such as goods receipt, goods issue, stock transfers, physical inventory, and batch management.

  3. Material Requirements Planning (MRP): SAP S/4HANA Logistics incorporates MRP capabilities to help businesses plan and manage their material requirements. It analyzes demand, inventory levels, and lead times to generate procurement proposals and ensure optimal stock availability while minimizing excess inventory.

  4. Warehouse Management: The solution supports warehouse management processes, including inbound and outbound logistics, storage bin management, picking, packing, and shipping. It provides tools for optimizing warehouse layouts, managing storage bins, and tracking goods movements.

  5. Production Planning: The module includes production planning features to help businesses effectively manage their manufacturing processes. It supports capacity planning, bill of materials (BOM), work center management, production orders, and shop floor control. This enables businesses to schedule and monitor production activities, optimize resources, and ensure timely delivery.

  6. Transportation Management: SAP S/4HANA Logistics offers transportation management capabilities, allowing businesses to plan, execute, and monitor transportation activities. It supports freight order management, carrier selection, route optimization, shipment tracking, and freight cost calculation.

  7. Analytics and Reporting: The module provides powerful analytics and reporting capabilities, enabling businesses to gain insights into their logistics operations. It includes pre-built dashboards and reports, as well as ad-hoc reporting options for data-driven decision-making.

  8. Integration and Extensibility: SAP S/4HANA Logistics integrates seamlessly with other modules within the SAP S/4HANA suite, such as sales, finance, and manufacturing. This ensures end-to-end visibility and process integration. Additionally, it offers extensibility options for customization and adaptation to specific business requirements.

Who is this course for?

Everyone

Requirements

Passion to learn and succeed!

Career path

  • SAP Sales Consultant
  • SAP SD Consultant
  • SAP Logistics Consultant
  • SAP S/4HANA Consultant
  • Sales Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Transport Consultant

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