SAP IS Retail

1.RETAIL BUSINESS PROCESS
 Course Objectives:
Participants will be able to recognize Business Scenarios from the Retail Solution
Map and be able to use various functions in SAP for Retail.
 Course Contents: Retail Solution Map and its Business Scenarios
 Execution of a retail-specific key process in SAP for Retail:
– Promotion planning for stores and subsequent logistics processing
and merchandise distribution from suppliers to stores over the
distribution center
 Organizational data and master data in SAP for Retail
 Planning functions in connection with SAP BI (Business Intelligence):
 Strategic planning, merchandise and store planning,
assortment planning, open-to-buy, operative assortment
planning and controlling, slow seller management
 Requirements planning and allocation: Allocation tables,
 SAP F&R (Forecasting and Replenishment),
 Store replenishment and requirements planning for a
distribution center
 Purchasing: Procurement of seasonal goods and basic
articles, purchase order manager workbench, open-to-buy
check
 Logistics: Inventory management, picking, merchandise
distribution
 Multi-channel retailing: SAP Retail Store and other
functions for stores
 2. IRT310: Master Data for Retail
 Course Objectives:
Participants will be able to recognize, maintain and configure master data specific
to SAP for Retail. Participants will recognize the advantages of the template
concept and know how .
 Course Contents:
– Overview of organizational structures
– Maintenance and configuration of vendor and customer master
data
– Control options for maintaining sites
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– The meaning of the merchandise category and merchandise
category hierarchy
– Creating a single article
– Features of generic articles, sets, prepacks and displays
– processes in connection with a store opening.
– Org Structures (workshop)
 3. SM410 Solution Manager Methods & Ramp for Best Practice
Implementations adapted for IS Retail Solution
 Course Objectives:
Understand the composition and functions of the SAP Solution Manager Use the
tools provided to successfully and efficiently implement your SAP solution
Architecture, Global Deployment and Release Strategies
 Course Contents:
– Explain how the different implementation roadmaps are used to
facilitate each successive phase of the SAP implementation
Provide an understanding of the Solution Manager implementation
toolset
– Navigate through the Solution Manager roadmap to follow the
methodology through each successive phase of an implementation
project
 Project Preparation
 Business Blueprint
 Call For Act Preparation
 Go Live & Support
– Overview of the key concepts and components of the SAP Solution
Manager
– Use of roadmaps in the context of “Implementation”; Purpose, key
activities and deliverables for each phase of the roadmap
– How to define a project and document the system landscape for a
SAP solution
– How to define, configure and document project scope and the
corresponding business requirements
– Completion of configuration and documentation activities using
the SAP Solution Manager as a central platform to all component
systems
– Use of advanced customizing tools like BC Sets, Customizing
Distribution and Consistency Checks
– How to organize, execute and document all project-related testing
requirements through integrated use of the SAP Solution Manager
and the SAP Test Workbench
– Use of the problem message handling functions
– Use of standard reports to support project management activities
– How SAP Solution Manager supports effective on-going
management of the productive environment
– Note: On the last day of the class a C_SMI310_06 _CER
certification examination will be conducted.
 IRT330 Planning, Purchasing & Merchandising
 Course Objectives:
This course explains the most important functions for planning, purchasing, and
merchandise distribution from a business perspective and the associated
Customizing options.
 Course Contents:
 Planning:
– Operative assortment planning and controlling for seasonal
merchandise (in SAP NetWeaver BI and SAP Retail)
– Open-to-buy planning and testing
– Materials planning
– Methods and configuration for the Retail industry
– SAP Forecasting and Replenishment
– Purchasing
– Framework agreements
– Configuring purchase orders
– Order optimization
– Release procedure
– Message determination
– Vendor evaluation
– Scheduling
– Seasonal procurement
– Merchandise distribution
– Allocation tables and distribution processing
 IRT360 Store connection
 Course Objectives:
This course will prepare you to configure the mySAP Retail
environment for communication with point-of sales systems (POS)
and for sales audit reporting
 Course Contents:
– Introduction
– Technical aspects of POS systems
– Mapping store systems onto mySAP Retail
– Scenario 1 – Exchange of messages with a POS server
– Scenario 2 – Exchange of messages with a store’s retailing
system
– Sales audit reporting
– Measures for optimizing performance in mySAP Retail
 Course Objectives:
– Customize additional SAP Retail Store-specific configurations
– Introduce end-user operations.
 Course Contents:
– Introduction
– Internet Transaction Server (ITS)
– purchasing processes
– Inventory management processes
– Sales processes
– Accessing master data
– Accessing information
 Course Objectives:
This course will prepare you to configure the mySAP Retail
environment for communication with point-of sales systems (POS) and
for sales audit reporting
 Course Contents:
– Introduction
– Technical aspects of Triversity POS systems
– Mapping store systems onto mySAP Retail
– Scenario 1 – Exchange of messages with a POS server
– Scenario 2 – Exchange of messages with a store’s retailing system
– Sales audit reporting
– Measures for optimizing performance in mySAP Retail
 Course Objectives: Overview of Finance and Controlling for Retail.
 Course Contents:
 FI
– General Ledger (Establishing Chart of Accounts)
– Accounts Payable (payments process in Procure to Pay scenario)
– Accounts Receivable (Billing and invoice verification in Order to
Cash Scenario)
– Cash Management (Banking and Settlements and Factoring for
Retail)
– Taxation (VAT – for various countries)
 CO
– Cost Center Accounting
– Profit Center Accounting
– Profitability Analysis
– Internal Orders
 Course Objectives:
Understand the scope of SAP MAP (Merchandise & Assortment Planning)
Get to know the BW-BPS generic planning tool
Learn about the Content SAP MAP
Strategy of MAP
 Course Contents:
– Introduction
– Planning Introduction
– Planning process in retail
– MAP R/3 vs. SAP-MAP
– Business Planning and Simulation (BPS)
– Integration in landscape
– General Content
– Basis elements of BPS
– BPS components in detail
– Planning frontends
– Process controlling
– MAP Content
– Definition of content
– Demo scenario
– Elements of MAP – content (Strategic, Location and Merchandise
Planning; Fashion – Assortment Planning;
– Basics – Assortment Planning; Additional: Excel client, XI /
Release Workbench / RFC)
– Outlook
– Summary
 Course Objectives:
– Use the organizational structures of the Warehouse Management
system
– Configure control of pick, putaway, and stock transfer activities at
master data and Customizing level
– Integrate the Warehouse Management system with other logistics
applications in SAP ERP Central Component
 Course Contents:
– Organizational units and master data in the Warehouse
Management system
– Configuring the interface between Inventory Management and the
Warehouse Management system
– Batch management and quality management in the warehouse
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– Delivery processes using the Warehouse Management system
– Staging components for production from the warehouse
– Configuring the warehouse activity monitor as a control instrument
– Inventory at storage bin level
– Case study: setting up a new warehouse