Presentation on theme: "Intro to Enterprise Systems & Operations EGN 5620 Enterprise Systems Configuration Spring, 2014 Intro to Enterprise Systems & Operations EGN 5620 Enterprise."— Presentation transcript:
Intro to Enterprise Systems & Operations EGN 5620 Enterprise Systems Configuration Spring, 2014 Intro to Enterprise Systems & Operations EGN 5620 Enterprise Systems Configuration Spring, 2014
Enterprise Systems Functions Sales planning and operation Procurement Production planning and operation Financial planning & controlling Human resources & performance management Warehouse & distribution Detailed operations planning & execution PDM/PLM Project Management SCM, SRM, and CRM Strategic Management
1.SAP (Systems, Applications, & Products in Data Processing) #1 Market Share in Enterprise Applications (ERP, CRM, SCM, PLM, SRM) 2.Oracle Applications Oracle, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel (CRM), Retek (Retail) 3.Microsoft Business Solutions Dynamics (ERP & CRM) : Great Plains, Navision, Axapta, 4.Soloman Project-driven small- and medium-sized enterprises 5.The Sage Group Sage Software - Accpac ERP (Accounting, CRM), PeachTree 6.Infor Global Solutions of Atlantas BAAN (for mid-range companies) 7.Many Others Commercial Enterprise Systems
SAP Company SAP AG Founded in Walldorf, Germany in 1972 World’s Largest Business Software Company World’s Third-largest Independent Software Provider Over 50,000 employees in more than 50 countries More than 95,000 customers in more than 120 countries Over 100,000 installations Over 12 million users
Introduction to Enterprise Systems SAP Implementation Introduction to Enterprise Systems SAP Implementation
SAP Business Suite SAP NetWeaver SAP SCM SAP PLM SAPSRM SAP CRM SAP ERP Central Component (ECC)
ERP & SAP (Solutions) Solutions for large companies - SAP ERP - SAP CRM - SAP PLM - SAP SCM - SAP SRM - SAP Analytics - SAP Manufacturing - SAP Service - SAP Mobile Solutions - SAP xApps Small & Medium Size Solutions - SAP Business One - SAP Business by Design - AP Business All-in-One Platforms - Enterprise Services Architecture - SAP NetWeaver technology platform
ERP & SAP (Industry Solutions) Aerospace & Defense Automotive Banking Chemicals Consumer Products Defense & Security Engineering, Const. Healthcare High Tech Higher Education Industrial Machinery Insurance Life Sciences Logistics Service Prod. Media Mill Products Mining Oil & Gas Pharmaceuticals Postal Services Professional Services Public Sector Railways Retail Telecommunications Utilities Wholesale Distribution
R/3 SAP Module View Integrated Solution Client / Server Open Systems Financial Accounting Controlling Fixed Assets Mgmt. Project System Workflow Industry Solutions Production Planning Sales & Distribution Materials Mgmt. Human Resources Plant Maintenance Quality Mgmt.
SAP Access through SAPGUI SAPGUI Download The latest SAP GUI release posted on SAP @CSU, Chico web server http://worker.cob.csuchico.edu http://worker.cob.csuchico.edu User = sap; Password = sapgui4me. This GUI works on Windows 7 systems, as well as Vista and Windows XP.
SAP IDES Client, Userid, Password SAP Exercises HWs: Description: EGN 5620 SAP BPI Spring 2014 Application server: torino.cob.csuchico.edu Instance number: 23 System ID: TOR Client: 620 Userid: bpi-121 to bpi-140 Initial password: SAP4US
Application Tool-bar Application Tool-bar Enter icon Command field Save icon Back button Exit button Cancel button Print button Find/Expand icons Scroll icons Create a new session Create a desktop shortcut Help icon
Screen Features Screen Features Status Bar Title Bar Menu Bar Application Toolbar Entry Fields
SAP Easy Access Menu Using menus Using transaction codes System > Status Using /n (end current transaction) Using /I (end the current session) Using /o (create a new session) Working with multiple sessions
Sessions An SAP session is a window in which the user may perform a particular task. A User may have up to six sessions open at one time.
System Messages E - Error an invalid entry has been made. The cursor moves to the field where the error has occurred. W -Warning, indicates a possible error. The user can continue without changing.
System Messages I - Information A- Abnormal End, indicating serious system error. Contact system personnel.
Logging Off Menu Path: System> Logoff Exit button Control Box For security purposes it is important to log off SAP at the end of the day or whenever you leave your PC. Your username is linked with every transaction you perform to provide an audit trail. When reviewing transactions or running reports the user name of the person responsible for entering or maintaining system information is displayed.
Exercises: due date – 1/15/2014 21. Create company code 22. Create chart of accounts 23. Assign company code to chart of accounts 24. Assign company code to fiscal variant 25. Create Credit control area 26. Assign company code to credit control area 27. Assign permitted credit control areas to company code 29. Define plant 30. Define storage locations (inventory and quality) 31. Define purchasing organization 32. Create purchasing group
Exercises: due date – 1/15/2014 33. Assign plant to company 34. Assign purchasing org. to company code 35. Assign purchasing org. to plant 36. Set up parameter ID 37. Create Account groups 38. Define retained earnings account 40. Assign company code to field status variant 41-57 Create 17 general ledger accounts 58. Run general ledger list of accounts reports