- Differentiate between master data and transactional data.
- List different inventory modules in SAP.
- Explain general menu navigation in SAP.
- Describe basic report setup in SAP.
- Determine basic report printing in SAP.
Skill Level Beginner
- [Justin] The SAP ERP provides large businesses with a single software system to support all major business functions, no matter the industry. SAP's ERP is a suite of integrated modules used to collect, transact and report on data from their business activities. It enables the flow of information between the different parts of a company and with outside stakeholders, like customers and vendors. My name is Justin Valley. I have been an SAP trainer and organizational change manager for over 10 years.
I've been a part of 11 SAP implementations at Fortune 500 companies across various industries. This course is for anyone who uses SAP ERP at work, or anyone who wants a high-level understanding of this enterprise software. I'll cover tips and tricks to help you use SAP more effectively. If you want to expand your knowledge on how SAP ERP can work together with your business and take your navigation and reporting skills to another level, this course is for you.
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Business Collaboration in the Modern Workplacewith Phil Gold1h 33m Intermediate
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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