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Looking for an exclusive SAP Combo course? Your search for an in-demand SAP package with an amazing discount, ends here:

In this course package, we are covering the following courses:

  1. SAP FICO (Finance and Controlling)
  2. SAP SD (Sales and Distribution)
  3. SAP MM (Materials Management)
  4. SAP HCM (Human Capital Management)
  5. SAP WM (Warehouse Management)

About SAP: SAP stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing. SAP, by definition, is also the name of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software as well as the name of the company. SAP provides “future-proof Cloud ERP solutions that will power the next generation of business.” With its advanced capabilities, SAP can boost your organization's efficiency and productivity by automating repetitive tasks, making better use of your time, money and resources.

Why SAP: SAP had the highest satisfaction rating of all the ERP vendors and can adopt to various business processes in some areas like banking, accounting, inventory management, production planning etc and is very flexible and can adopt to new updates in the business. In the field of enterprise software, SAP is the world's market leader. More than 300.000 customers worldwide make use of SAP products in order to execute their business processes (e.g., controlling, sales, production, logistics, human resources, marketing, etc.).

SAP Career: A career in SAP is not just intellectually enriching but also professionally and financially rewarding. The good news is, whether you are a fresher or someone who has been working for a while, you can speed up your career progression and be industry-ready, by getting the Uplatz provided SAP Training.

  1. SAP FICO: SAP FICOis an important core functional component in SAP ERP Central Component that allows an organization to manage all of its financial data. SAP FICO allows an organization to store a complete version of their financial transaction data. Each of which is used for a specific financial process.
  2. SAP SD: SAPSales and Distribution (SAP SD) is a core functional module in SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) that allows organizations to store and manage customer- and product-related data. Organizations use this data to manage all of the sales ordering, shipping, billing, and invoicing of their goods and services.
  3. SAP MM: SAP MM(Materials Management) is a module in SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) that provides companies with materials, inventory and warehouse management capabilities. One of the critical modules in SAP ECC, SAP MM is part of SAP ECC's logistics function and plays a vital role in a manufacturer's supply chain.
  4. SAP HCM: SAP HCM(SAP Human Capital Management) is a human resources management system. As the successor to SAP HR, it contains all functions that are relevant for personnel administration, payroll, applicant management, and personnel development.
  5. SAP WM: The SAP Warehouse Management system (WMS) provides flexible, automated support in processing all goods movements and in managing stocks in your warehouse complex. The system supports scheduled and efficient processing of all logistics processes within your warehouse.

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SAP Combo Package – Course Syllabus

(For complete syllabus refer pdf file attached)

SAP – FI/CO comprehensive – course curriculum

Introduction to ERP• What is ERP?

  • Why we need ERP?
  • Advantage of ERP?
  • Major ERP packages
  • What is sap?

FINANCE Enterprise Stricture

  • Organizational Units
  • Define Company
  • Define Company Code
  • Define Business Area
  • Assign Company Code to Company
  • Define Plant, Purchase Organization, Storage location
  • Define Sales Organization, Shipping Point,
  • Distribution Channels and Divisions
  • Assign plant and purchasing organization to company code
  • Assign purchasing organization to plant
  • Assign sales organization,
  • Distribution channels and Divisions to company code
  • Assign shipping point

Financial Accounting Global Setting:

  • Maintain Fiscal year variant
  • Maintain posting period variant
  • Open and closing periods
  • Maintain field status variant
  • Enter global parameters
  • Define document types and number ranges
  • Define posting keys
  • Maximum exchange rate difference
  • Define text for line items
  • Default values for values for document processing

Chart of Accounting List

  • Define Operative chart of Accounts
  • Define group chart of accounts
  • Define country specie chart of accounts
  • Assign chart of accounts to company code
  • Define account group
  • Define retained earning account

GL Account Creation and processing

  • Define tolerance groups for G/L accounts
  • Define tolerance groups for employees
  • Define GL account
  • Block/Unblock GL accounts
  • General document posting
  • Document in G/L park post, Hold, Recurring, Sample,

Account Assignment model etc.

  • Open item management
  • Incoming payments
  • Outgoing payments
  • Charge of differences
  • Manual clearing
  • Automatic clearing
  • Foreign currency posting
  • Foreign currency valuation
  • Work list preparations
  • Layout preparations
  • Display balances (with variant)
  • Control totals
  • Multiple currencies
  • Reserve Document
  • Individual reversal
  • Mass reversal
  • Reversal of reversal
  • Reset cleared item reversal

Account receivable:

  • Define account groups with screen layout (customers)
  • Create number ranges and assign to accounts groups
  • Define tolerance to customers/vendors
  • Create customer master record
  • Customer document posting
  • Customer incoming payment
  • Maintain terms of payment
  • Define account for cash discount granted
  • Charges of differences
  • Down payment
  • Transfer with clearing
  • Automatic clearing
  • Dunning
  • Item interest calculation
  • Sales tax
  • Define accounts for exchange rate differences
  • Foreign currency posting and valuation
  • Credit memo postings

Account payable:

  • Define account groups with screen layout (vendors)
  • Create number ranges to vendor account groups
  • Assign number ranges to vendor account groups
  • Create vendor master record
  • Vendor invoice posting
  • Define accounts for cash discount taken
  • Define accounts for bank charges (vendors)
  • Define accounts for overpayments/underpayments
  • Down payment
  • Alternative payee
  • Define accounts for exchange rate differences
  • Foreign currency posting and valuation
  • Automatic payments program (APP)
  • Credit memo postings
  • Check management
  • Individual check payment
  • Manual check payment
  • Check register
  • Create void reason cods
  • Reprint check
  • Unused checks cancellation
  • Issued checks cancellation
  • Cancel payment
  • Delete manual checks

Country India version (CIN):

  • VAT
  • Sales tax
  • Extended withholding tax (TDS: Tax Deduct at Source)

Bank accounting

  • Define house bank
  • Creates check lots
  • Bank account interest calculation
  • Cash journals
  • BRS (manual bank stamen, electronic bank statement)
  • Lock box processing

Asset management

  • Copy chart of depreciation
  • Assign tax code for non taxable transactions
  • Assign chart of depreciation to company code
  • Specify account determination
  • Create screen layout rules
  • Define asset classes
  • Define number ranges
  • Creation of GLs
  • Integration with GL
  • Posting rules

Other components

  • Data takeover _ masrers up loading and transitional data up loading (LSMW)
  • Month end closing activities
  • Year end closing activities
  • Cross company code transitions
  • Validations

ECCC6.0 New Features


Basic setting for Controlling

  • Maintain controlling area
  • Assign company code
  • Active control indicators/components
  • Maintain versions
  • Maintain controlling document number ranges

Cost element Accounting

  • Create primary/secondary cost elements
  • In financial area
  • In controlling area
  • Planning of cost center wise
  • Posting with cost center actual value
  • To view the cost center report
  • To view the variance report cost center wise
  • Period and closing activities in cost center accounting
  • Manual reposting
  • Distribution method
  • Assessment

Internal orders:

  • Create internal settlement cost element
  • Manual allocation structure
  • Creation of internal order
  • Change internal order
  • Actual posting to internal order
  • Internal order report
  • Planning of internal order
  • Budgeting and availability control
  • Maintain number ranges and budgeting
  • Maintain budget profile
  • Define tolerance limits for availability control
  • Internal order budget report
  • Change internal order
  • Maintain number ranges for settlement documents
  • Maintain settlement profile
  • Settlement of internal order to cost center
  • Close the internal order

Profits center accounting:

  • Maintain controlling area settings
  • Define standard hierarchy
  • Copy cost center groups
  • Copy cost center
  • Create dummy profile center
  • Create profit center
  • Creation of profit center group
  • Assigning the profit center to the cross center
  • Set control parameter for actual data
  • Creation of revenue elements
  • Creation of account groups
  • Maintain plan version
  • Sales invoice posting
  • Posting expenditure
  • Profit center report
  • View variance report profit center wise for balance sheet items

Product costing

  • Create overhead cost elements
  • Create activity types
  • Define overhead keys
  • Define overhead group
  • Define calculation base
  • Define percentage overhead rates
  • Define credits
  • Define cost sheets
  • Define cost component structure
  • Assign cost sheet to costing variant
  • Define person responsible for work centers
  • Define MRP (material requirement planning) controller
  • Define production scheduler
  • Create GL­account(material consumption account)
  • Assign material consumption account(OBYC)
  • Activity planning
  • Create raw material master
  • Create finished goods
  • Create bill of material(BOM)
  • Create work center
  • Creation of cost estimate
  • Display material master record

SAP SD - course syllabus

  1. Introduction to SD
    Introduction to ERP
    SAP Overview
    Functions and Objectives Of SD
    Overview Cycle of SD

    II. Organizational structure of an Enterprise in the SAP ECC system
    Navigation basics- Easy access, favorites, settings
    Creation of Organizational Elements – Company, Company code, Plant, Storage Location, Sales organization, Distribution channel, Sales Office, Sales group and Assignments

    III. Master Data
    Material Master
    Customer Master
    Customer Material Information record

    V. Document Types for Pre sales and Sales Documents
    (IN, QT, OR, QC, WK1, WK2, CS, RO, CR, DR) - vov8
    Define Document types
    Define Number Ranges for Document Type
    Defining Sales document types with controls
    Sales Item category defining and controls
    Schedule line categories
    Item category and schedule line categories determinations

    VI. Sales Cycles - sales processes
    Sales Inquiry Process
    Sales Quotation Process
    Contracts processing
    Sales Order Process
    Delivery and Shipping process
    Invoicing Process
    Credit and Debit Memo process
    Credit Sales Process- Configuring credit checks, risk categories
    Cash Sales process
    Rush Order process

Who is this course for?

Anyone who wants to make a successful SAP career.


Passion and zeal to learn and fulfill your dreams!

Career path

  • SAP Senior Consultants.
  • SAP Consultants.
  • SAP Analysts
  • SAP Specialist

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