Planning or ERP is a term describing multi-module application
software packages that are designed to support multiple business
functions. An ERP system can include software for manufacturing,
order entry, accounts receivable and payable, general ledger,
purchasing, warehousing, transportation and human resources.
Evolving out of the construction industry, Enterprise Resource
Planning implies the use of packaged software rather than proprietary
software written by or for one customer. ERP modules may be
able to interface with an organization's own software with varying
degrees of effort, and, depending on the software, ERP modules
may be alterable via the vendor's proprietary tools as well
as proprietary or criterion programming languages.By becoming
the integrated info solution across the entire organization,
ERP schemes allow companies to better understand their business.
With Enterprise Resource Planning software, companies can standardize
business processes and more easy ordain best practices. By creating
more efficient processes, companies can concentrate their efforts
on supporting their customers and enhancing bottom line profit.Industry
analysts anticipate that every major manufacturing company will
buy the software, which ranges in cost -- with maintenance and
training -- from hundreds of thousands of dollars for a small
company to millions for a large company. AMR Research of Boston
says consolidation among the major players will continue and
intensify. ERP marketer are expected to put more effort into
e-commerce, CRM and SCM initiatives, with leaders redirecting
between 45% and 80% of their Research and Development budget
to projects like this. This is why Enterprise Resource Planning
is so important.
* Fico Introduction
* Customer & Vendor
* Dep.Run program
* Organization Structure
* Clearing program
* House Bank
* Global Setting & Line items
* Automatic Payments
* Bank Posting
* General Ledger
* Cross Company Transaction
* Chart of A/C
* Exercise on G/L,AR/AP
* Overhead Cost Cont
* Asset Management
* Internal Order
* Chart of A/C
* Posting Trans Special G/L
* Chart of Dep.FI Closing
* AR/AP Assets
* Class FI-Overview Consolidation
* Creation of Master Data & Assets
* Integration MM & SD
* Operating System NT
* Setting of Work Bench Organization'
* Computer Center Management System
* Oracle DBA Bench Organization
* R/3 Architecture
* Setting up profile parameters
* Up gradation & Installation
* Back up & Recovery of Database
* Setting up Operating Modes
* ABAP/4 Data Dictionary
* Remote server Concept
* Client Copy
* Database Admin using SAP DBA
* SAP GUI Concepts
* Creating Users
* Code Generation
Oracle Apps/Financials (Tech)
Duration : 60 Hrs
1) Overview of ERP and
2) Directory Hirarchy
3) Set Of Books :-
Chart of AC's
5) Flexfields :-
6) GL (Overview)
7) Creating users
8) Assigning Responsibilites
9) Creating own responsibilities.
11) Journal Import
12) Performance Tunning in Journal Import
13) Daily Rates Interface
14) AR (Overview)
15) Customer Interface
16) Sales Tax Interface
17) Dunning Letters
18) AP (Overview)
20) AOL (Application Object Library)
21) Forms 6i
22) Reports 6i.
23) Migrating forms 4.5 to 6i and Reports 2.5 to 6i.
24) TOAD(Tool for Oracle Application Development).
25) Registring Concurrent Programs with Oracle Apps.
26) Registring Forms with Oracle Apps.
27) Registring Custom Procedures with Oracle Apps.
29) Custom.PLL (Understanding and Changing Library Files).
30) Data flow from AR to GL.
B.E/ B.Tech/ M.E/ M.Tech / Any Graduate(fresher/pursuing/experienced)
* ERP Overview
* ERP Architecture
* Devpt Workbench
* S/W Programming language
* Components of S/W dictionary
* Internal Tables
* Interactive & Classical Reports
* Batch Data Communication
* Dialog Programming
* ERP Scripts/Smart forms
* Cross Application Overview LSMW, ALE, RFC, IDoc, ALV