Justin Valley discusses benefits and limitations of SAP ERP.
- [Instructor] There are many benefits…and limitations of using SAP.…Reasons for and against implementing SAP…at an organization could fill an entire course.…That said, let's review the top benefits and limitations.…So why would a company spend so much time…and money getting rid of their old systems…and transition to SAP?…First, SAP eliminates information silos…and standardizes data across an entire company…or multiple companies.…For example, instead of having one system…that handles all of your company's vendors…and a different system that handles…all of your company's inventory,…all of this information is housed in SAP.…
As a result, SAP automates core processes.…For example, is there a part that needs…to be ordered every time your inventory…reaches a certain threshold?…Rules can be set up to automatically order…the new parts from your preferred vendors…when stocks hit a lower limit.…Also, SAP ERP facilitates better decision-making…because all of a business's processes are in one system.…You can create powerful real-time reports…
- Benefits and limitations of SAP ERP
- Exploring the different SAP modules
- SAP security roles
- Menu tree and transaction code navigation
- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
Skill Level Beginner
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Understanding SAP ERP1m 5s
1. Overview of SAP
2. Exploring SAP Modules
3. SAP End-User Base Navigation
4. SAP Basic Reporting
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