SAP MM Training in Plain English

You know English ? That’s more than enough to learn SAP MM
SAP MM Training in Plain English
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26h 0m

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Siva Prasad

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Last updated 8/2018

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SAP MM Training in Plain English

What you’ll learn

Understand the major business processes in SAP MM
Understand how to complete the business processes in SAP MM
Understand key technical concepts ( apart from the business processes ) like Movement Types
This course is NOT just a short HOW-TO. It deals with all the important business processes in SAP MM

SAP MM Training in Plain English

Requirements

Get Access to an SAP IDES System ( Neither Udemy nor I are authorized to provide you with the same )
A windows or a Mac Laptop

Description

** Disclaimer ** –
I do NOT do Live Training. SAP is a registered trademark of SAP AG in Germany and many other countries. I am NOT associated with SAP.
SAP software and SAP GUI are proprietary SAP software. Neither Udemy nor me are authorized to provide SAP Access. You can officially get SAP Access to practice on SAP system from SAP’s website. I am not allowed by Udemy to place a link here. Please google “SAP Access” and you can find the URL for the same.
Wish there were somebody who could teach you SAP MM in plain English without all the jargon ? You have come to the right place. This is an example-based, hands-on training series in SAP MM. The goal of this course is to teach you all the major business processes in Material Management, Procurement, Consumption based planning and Physical Inventory – the key process areas in SAP MM. On top of that this course will also teach you how to perform these transactions in SAP, hands-on.
If you are looking to become an SAP MM Functional consultant or an end-user in SAP MM, this course will both “paint the big picture” as well as “show you the weeds” .
What is this course about ?
SAP MM is a very vast subject. It takes at least 30 to 40 hours of learning. The goal of the course is to simplify this process as much as possible. The word “simplify” – that is really the key. This course does not claim to be the most comprehensive course in MM, nor the most advanced course in MM. It has just one goal – to let you learn SAP MM as simple as possible.
How long will this course take to complete ?
This course is designed to tell you everything you need to know about SAP MM in a very gentle way. Since this course is designed from a freshers’ perspective, if you are already an SAP functional consultant ( in other areas of SAP ), then the pace of this course might be a bit slow.

Overview

Section 1: Getting started with SAP MM

Lecture 1 Is this course for you ?

Lecture 2 Why learn SAP MM

Lecture 3 How is this course taught ?

Lecture 4 B2B vs B2C – Change your perspective

Lecture 5 Install SAP GUI + Notes

Section 2: P2P (Procure to Pay ) lifecycle – The business process

Lecture 6 Purchasing Life cycle overview

Lecture 7 Procurement cycle in a small company

Lecture 8 Problems with expansion

Lecture 9 SAP to the rescue

Lecture 10 Summary + Notes so far

Section 3: Purchase Order Life cycle – Hands on in SAP

Lecture 11 First Steps

Lecture 12 PO Creation

Lecture 13 Issue PO Output

Lecture 14 PO Creation Exercise

Lecture 15 Purchase Order – Solutions

Lecture 16 Goods Receipt in SAP

Lecture 17 Check Stock after Goods Receipt

Lecture 18 Goods Receipt Summary and exercise

Lecture 19 Goods Receipt solution

Lecture 20 Invoice Receipt – I/R

Lecture 21 Invoice Receipt – Solutions

Lecture 22 Vendor Payments

Lecture 23 Vendor Payment – Solution

Lecture 24 PO Cycle Summary + Notes

Section 4: Enterprise Structure

Lecture 25 Company Code

Lecture 26 Plant

Lecture 27 Storage Location

Lecture 28 Purchase Org

Lecture 29 Purchase Group

Lecture 30 Assign the Enterprise Structure elements

Lecture 31 Enterprise Structure – Exercise

Lecture 32 Enterprise Structure – Solutions

Lecture 33 Verify Configuration – some preparatory steps

Lecture 34 Verify Configuration – PO Creation

Lecture 35 Verify Configuration – G/R and I/R

Lecture 36 Verify Configuration – Exercise

Lecture 37 Verify Configuration – Solution + Notes

Section 5: Master Data – Introduction

Lecture 38 What is Master Data ?

Lecture 39 Exercise

Lecture 40 Solution

Section 6: Material Master

Lecture 41 Material Master

Lecture 42 Exercise

Lecture 43 Solution

Section 7: Vendor Master

Lecture 44 Vendor Master

Lecture 45 Exericise

Lecture 46 Solution

Section 8: Purchase Info Records & Texts

Lecture 47 Purchase Info Record

Lecture 48 Texts

Section 9: Master Data Summary

Lecture 49 Summary – Master Data + Notes for all Master Data sections

Section 10: Procuring Non-Stock Materials

Lecture 50 What are non-stock materials

Lecture 51 How is stock valuated in SAP – Part 1

Lecture 52 How is stock valuated in SAP – Part 2

Lecture 53 How to order non-stock materials

Lecture 54 Distributing Costs between Departments

Lecture 55 Exercise

Lecture 56 Solution

Lecture 57 Summary + notes

Section 11: Procuring Services

Lecture 58 What are Services ?

Lecture 59 How to create Service Materials – Service Master

Lecture 60 Record the services rendered – Service Entry Sheet

Lecture 61 Service Pricing

Lecture 62 Summarize Differences – Standard vs Service Procurement

Lecture 63 Exercise

Lecture 64 Solution

Lecture 65 Summary + notes

Section 12: Returns

Lecture 66 What are Returns

Lecture 67 Returns – Hands on

Lecture 68 How to close-out POs

Lecture 69 What is delivery tolerance ?

Lecture 70 Delivery tolerance in action

Lecture 71 Return POs

Lecture 72 Credit and Debit Memos + notes

Section 13: Outline Agreements

Lecture 73 What are outline agreements

Lecture 74 Quantity Contracts

Lecture 75 Value Contracts

Lecture 76 Scheduling Agreements + notes

Section 14: Purchase Requisitions

Lecture 77 What is Purchase Requisition ?

Lecture 78 Purchase Requisition – Hands on + notes

Section 15: Quotation

Lecture 79 Quotations

Lecture 80 Create RFQ

Lecture 81 Accept or reject quotations

Lecture 82 Source of supply

Lecture 83 Source of supply – hands on

Section 16: What next ?

Lecture 84 P2P story so far

Lecture 85 What next ?

Section 17: Special Procurement Processes

Lecture 86 Blanket PO – What is it ?

Lecture 87 Blanket PO hands-on

Lecture 88 Blanket PO vs Standard PO

Lecture 89 Consignment – What is it ?

Lecture 90 Consignment – Hands-on

Lecture 91 Consignment – Summary

Lecture 92 Sub-contracting – What is it ?

Lecture 93 Sub-Contracting – Hands-on

Lecture 94 Sub-Contracting – Summary + notes

Section 18: Introduction on Inventory Management

Lecture 95 What is Inventory Management

Lecture 96 One-Step Posting

Lecture 97 Why two-step Posting

Lecture 98 2-Step Transfer Posting

Lecture 99 What are Stock Types – Part 1

Lecture 100 What are Stock Types – Part 2 + notes

Section 19: Stock Transfer

Lecture 101 Plant to Plant Stock Transfer – Part 1

Lecture 102 Plant to Plant Stock Transfer – Part 2 + notes

Section 20: Stock Transport Order – STO

Lecture 103 STO – Theory and hands on

Lecture 104 Difference between STO and Stock Transfer + notes

Section 21: Miscellenous Goods Movements

Lecture 105 Goods Receipts

Lecture 106 QA Sampling

Lecture 107 Convert Stock – Material to Material

Lecture 108 Scrapping

Lecture 109 Consumption Updates

Lecture 110 Goods Issues

Lecture 111 Receipts against Issues

Lecture 112 Non-destructive Sampling

Lecture 113 Split goods receipt

Lecture 114 Post to Inspection Stock

Lecture 115 Effect of Goods Movement

Lecture 116 Cancel Goods Receipt + notes

Section 22: Automatic PO Creation

Lecture 117 What is Automatic PO Creation Process ?

Lecture 118 Auto PO Config

Lecture 119 Summary + notes

Section 23: Reservations

Lecture 120 What are Reservations ?

Lecture 121 Reservations in action

Lecture 122 Why are reservations created ?

Lecture 123 Picklists

Lecture 124 Managing reservations

Lecture 125 Summary + notes

Section 24: Split Valuation

Lecture 126 What is Valuation ?

Lecture 127 Valuation Controls

Lecture 128 What is Split Valuation

Lecture 129 Split Valuation Config

Lecture 130 Split Valuation – Mater Data Prep

Lecture 131 Split Valuation in Action

Lecture 132 Summary + notes

Section 25: Physical Inventory

Lecture 133 Physical Inventory vs. Book Inventory

Lecture 134 Why the difference ?

Lecture 135 Do a Physical Inv. Count

Lecture 136 Block Goods Movement

Lecture 137 Freezing Book Inventory – Theory

Lecture 138 Freezing Book Inventory – Hands on + notes

Section 26: Miscellenous

Lecture 139 Negative Stocks + notes

Section 27: Consumption based Planning – CBP

Lecture 140 What is CBP ?

Lecture 141 What is Re-order Point Based Planning ?

Lecture 142 Manual Re-order Point Based Planning in action

Lecture 143 Summary + notes

Section 28: MRP for Internal Production

Lecture 144 MRP run for Internal Production

Lecture 145 Planned Order

Lecture 146 Planning file

Lecture 147 Key MRP Parameters + notes

Section 29: Forecasting

Lecture 148 What is Forecasting

Lecture 149 Forecasting Models

Lecture 150 Forecasting and MRP Run

Lecture 151 Forecasting – Summary + notes

Section 30: Processing Key

Lecture 152 What is Processing Key

Lecture 153 Processing Key Config

Lecture 154 Summary

Section 31: Configuration in SAP

Lecture 155 What is Configuration ?

Lecture 156 What is Configuration

Lecture 157 Basic elements of SAP Customization

Lecture 158 Steep Learning Curve

Lecture 159 Summary + notes

Section 32: Configuration – Material Master

Lecture 160 Material Group – Part 1

Lecture 161 Material Group – Part 2

Lecture 162 x-plant Material Status

Lecture 163 EAN / UPC Codes

Lecture 164 Purchasing Value Keys

Lecture 165 Material Type – Part 1

Lecture 166 Material Type – Part 2

Lecture 167 Material Type – Part 3

Lecture 168 Field Level Customization

Lecture 169 Number Format

Lecture 170 Summary + notes

Section 33: Configuration – Vendor Master

Lecture 171 General Structure

Lecture 172 Fields and Screens

Lecture 173 Significance of important fields

Lecture 174 Delete & Mass Change Vendor Master

Lecture 175 Vendor Sub-Range ( VSR ) – Theory

Lecture 176 Vendor Sub-Range – Hands-on

Lecture 177 Vendor Sub-Range – Design

Lecture 178 Deletion and Mass Maintenance

Lecture 179 One-time Vendor

Lecture 180 Purchase Org specific Field Customization

Lecture 181 Summary + notes

Section 34: Configuration – Info Records

Lecture 182 What are Purchase Info Records

Lecture 183 Vendor Material Number

Lecture 184 Configuration

Section 35: Document Types, Item Categories & Acct. Assig. Categories

Lecture 185 Document Types, Item Categories and Account Assignments

Lecture 186 Modeling Business Processes – Part 1

Lecture 187 Modeling Business Processes – Part 2

Lecture 188 Number Ranges and Field Selection Groups

Lecture 189 Document Type Summary & handwritten notes

Section 36: Item Categories and Account Assignment Categories

Lecture 190 What is Item Category ?

Lecture 191 Material Required or optional ?

Lecture 192 Item Category – “T” – Text Items

Lecture 193 Item Category – “S” – Third Party

Lecture 194 Item Category – “W” – Material Group

Lecture 195 Item Category – “K” – Consignment

Lecture 196 Item Category – “L” – Sub contracting

Lecture 197 Copy of Data between different Documents

Lecture 198 Summary of Item Category Configuration

Lecture 199 Account Assignment Category + notes

Section 37: FAQ

Lecture 200 How to get access to an IDES system

Anybody who is interested to learn SAP MM,SAP Functional consultants in other modules ( eg., SD, CRM, FICO ) who want to understand the P2P cycle because of cross-functional customization or integration issues,End users of SAP who want to learn SAP MM Transactions,Freshers who want to get into SAP functional modules.,Warehouse managers, procurement managers or other folks who want to into IT as a functional consultant.,ABAPers who want to move into functional modules.

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Udemy | English | 26h 0m | 8.23 GB
Created by: Siva Prasad

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