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+Overview of SAP Solutions

    Overview/Description
    SAP provides software systems to automate and integrate business operations across a wide range of activities from the front office to the back office, the field, and the factory floor. Large, integrated systems like SAP are commonly known as ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions. SAP has a range of ERP solutions which will help to integrate your business processes according to your specific business needs. This course identifies the features and benefits of ERP, and provides an overview of SAP solutions and scenarios for application that will help you identify the SAP solution that's best for your business. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives
    • recognize why ERP has evolved as the leading business software solution
    • associate ERP features with the benefits they provide to an organization
    • identify the features of mySAP ERP
    • distinguish between releases of the SAP ERP solution
    • recognize the benefits and functionality of a given SAP solution
    • associate SAP solutions with the business needs they address
    • determine which features of the mySAP ERP solution will address the given needs of an organization
    • select other mySAP solutions to meet the specified needs of an organization
    • recognize which mySAP ERP modules can be used to fulfill given business needs
    • recognize which mySAP new-dimension products will fulfill given business requirements
    • choose the appropriate mySAP Business Suite solutions to use in a given scenario
    • recognize the functionality that a given mySAP module will bring to the organization

+Financial Accounting with SAP

    Overview/Description
    The SAP Financial modules are at core of any integrated SAP System. All module transactions with a monetary impact flow through to the Finance module, usually in real time and automatically through the SAP configuration. In order to work with the Finance Module or any module, you must have an understanding of the concepts behind mySAP ERP and be familiar with the steps for executing tasks using SAP's interface. This course discusses these underlying concepts, and introduces the SAP R/3 GUI. It also identifies the data required to align your business processes with the Financial Accounting and Controlling modules in order to complete financial transactions and create reports. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

    Prerequisites
    None

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • associate each layer of SAP R/3 architecture with its function
    • recognize the purpose and function of key SAP R/3 features
    • recognize how to open a task screen in the SAP R/3 GUI
    • execute a task without using a transaction code, in a given scenario
    • determine the transaction code for a task and execute it, in a given scenario
    • determine the transaction and data required to extract the desired Financial Accounting information, in a given scenario
    • select the appropriate Financial Accounting report in a given scenario
    • recognize the inputs required for a Financial Accounting report, in a given scenario
    • align business processes with the Financial Accounting module in a given scenario
    • select appropriate Financial Accounting reports for a given scenario
    • determine the transaction and data required to extract the desired Controlling information, in a given scenario
    • recognize the inputs required for a Controlling module report in a given scenario
    • select the Controlling module report that will provide the information required in a given scenario
    • align business processes with the Controlling module in a given scenario
    • select appropriate Controlling reports for a given scenario

+SAP Logistics Modules

    Overview/Description
    The SAP Logistics modules help enable automation of supply chain operations related to logistics. Logistics refers to all the tasks a business performs in order to get a product or service to its desired location or state. This course discusses how the SAP Logistics modules enable Materials Management, Production Planning and Control and ultimately Sales and Distribution transactions to be performed in the organization. It provides scenarios for aligning your business processes with these three modules, and generating the reports provided within each module. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

    Prerequisites
    None

    Expected Duration (hours)
    3.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize the organizational structure data, the master data, and the outputs for a given transaction
    • identify the input parameters required to produce a given Materials Management report
    • match Materials Management reports with the information they provide
    • align business processes with the Materials Management module in a given scenario
    • choose the appropriate Materials Management report and input parameters, in a given scenario
    • determine the data required to complete Production Planning and Control transactions in a given scenario
    • match data to appropriate organizational structure and master data components for performing Production Planning and Control transactions
    • recognize the result that specific input parameters will have on a Production Planning and Control report
    • determine which Production Planning and Control report should be generated in a given scenario
    • match Production Planning and Control reports with the specific information they provide
    • align business processes with the Production Planning and Control module in a given scenario
    • select appropriate Production Planning and Control reports and input parameters in a given scenario
    • match Sales and Distribution transactions to tasks you'd perform with them
    • recognize the data required to complete Sales and Distribution transactions in a given scenario
    • associate the columns of Sales and Distribution reports with the information they provide
    • select the appropriate Sales and Distribution report for a given scenario
    • align business processes with the Sales and Distribution module in a given scenario
    • select the appropriate Sales and Distribution report and input parameters in a given scenario

+SAP ERP Architecture

    Overview/Description
    The SAP ERP architecture has evolved and been refined over a number of decades. This course primarily discusses the SAP R/3 client-server architecture in the context of work processes, SAP R/3 instances, and system landscapes as well as the NetWeaver components that have been introduced to extend SAP R/3 capabilities. It explores how the various SAP systems can be configured to fit your business needs and budget. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades offered in SAP ERP 6.0, particularly the evolution of the R/3 architecture to web services, or Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • match components of the SAP R/3 application layer with their functions
    • determine which SAP R/3 configuration is most appropriate in a given scenario
    • determine which components are applicable at different layers of the client/server architecture, in a given scenario
    • associate the components of work processes with their functions
    • recognize how work processes function in SAP R/3
    • determine the SAP R/3 system landscape and its associated R/3 instances in a given scenario
    • determine which NetWeaver configuration will meet given business needs
    • identify which NetWeaver components will address given business needs
    • define an SAP landscape for a given scenario

+SAP Administration

    Overview/Description
    SAP administration tasks are essential to ensuring optimum performance and security in an SAP system. This course introduces the most common tasks for System Administrators in SAP, including work process configuration, error investigation, and system monitoring, as well as user management, role assignment, and other tasks necessary to ensure the security of information within in the system. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify which monitoring tool will allow you to examine a given type of information
    • recognize which status the Process Overview screen will display for a work process in a given situation
    • recognize how to configure a work process in a given scenario
    • identify which column in the User List screen provides a given type of information
    • recognize how to terminate a user session using the User Overview monitor
    • recognize how to customize a system log report to display specified messages for particular servers, in a given scenario
    • recognize which color codes represent the various system log message types
    • recognize how to access a specified list of errors using the Runtime Error monitor
    • recognize how to access specific information from the short dump
    • identify the section of the short dump that provides a given type of information
    • use SAP R/3 monitoring tools to address system performance issues in given scenarios
    • use SAP R/3 monitoring tools to access information about system events in given scenarios
    • recognize how to create a new user in SAP R/3
    • perform key steps to change a user's password in SAP R/3
    • recognize the security features provided by roles and profiles in SAP R/3
    • create and assign roles and profiles to SAP R/3 users in a given scenario
    • set up a user in the SAP R/3 system, in a given scenario
    • associate a role to an SAP R/3 user in a given scenario

+SAP Project Planning and Implementation

    Overview/Description
    SAP provides tools to help businesses quickly and efficiently implement SAP through the Accelerated SAP (ASAP) Roadmap, and to configure SAP to fit the requirements of your business. This course surveys the key activities and tasks that make up the five phases of SAP implementation using ASAP methodology: Project Preparation, Business Blueprint, Realization, Final Preparation, and Go Live & Support. It also shows you how to use SAP's Implementation Guide (IMG) to customize business process activities to fit the needs of your business. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify the activities that must be performed to complete the project preparation phase
    • recognize the nature and structure of information documented during the project preparation phase
    • recognize the activities involved in the business blueprint phase of SAP project implementation
    • recognize the sequence of steps involved in the realization phase of SAP project implementation
    • recognize key steps carried out in the realization phase
    • recognize the activities performed in the final preparation phase
    • recognize which tasks are performed in go live phase of an SAP project
    • recognize what is required to complete all major phases of an SAP project implementation
    • recognize how to customize a business process activity using IMG in a given scenario
    • recognize how to perform and document a customizing activity
    • customize a business process activity in a given scenario

+SAP NetWeaver Platform

    Overview/Description
    SAP NetWeaver is an integration and application platform that aligns and integrates people, information, and business processes spread across different technological platforms. This course introduces SAP NetWeaver architecture components and tools and discusses how they serve and function as an integration or application platform for SAP solutions. NetWeaver's support of open standards to implement web services and enterprise services in SAP is also discussed. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.

    Target Audience
    Project team members involved in implementing SAP; trainee technical consultants on SAP implementation projects; and anyone requiring an overview of the SAP solution set.

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize which SAP NetWeaver capabilities will meet specified business challenges
    • match SAP NetWeaver tools and components to their functions
    • recognize how NetWeaver components enable NetWeaver to serve as an integration platform
    • determine the minimum SAP WebAS configuration required in a given scenario
    • identify which Java and ABAP programming models provide particular functions
    • specify the SAP NetWeaver components, subcomponents, and platform configuration that will fulfill business needs in a given scenario
    • recognize the advantage provided by web services in a given situation
    • identify the advantages of enterprise services
    • recognize how web services framework components use open standards
    • use web and enterprise services with open standards to realize business benefits



+SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

    Overview/Description
    The SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) module is SAP's core product for managing the fundamental accounting information common to every-day business practice. Fundamental accounting information includes financial transaction data, human resource-specific data, inventory, planning, and sales data. This data comprises what is known as the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable. Understanding how to navigate SAP's menu structure to accomplish the entry of this data is central to one's ability to effectively use SAP ERP in an organization. This course introduces the SAP ERP menu system relating to the required screens for managing data. This course also introduces SAP's transaction code process and specifically the transaction codes which may be used to access the same required screens.

    Target Audience
    Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.5

    Lesson Objectives
    • recognize common SAP accounting terms
    • identify the role the General Ledger plays in the Financial Accounting application
    • recognize the procedure for displaying a General Ledger document
    • recognize the processes for performing Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable transactions
    • distinguish between Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
    • recognize the procedure for finding sales and distribution documents
    • perform financial transactions using SAP ERP Financials applications
    • recognize the procedure for displaying employee master data
    • identify examples of Organizational Management tasks
    • recognize features within the Time Manager's Workplace application
    • recognize the procedure for starting payroll for a given employee
    • match payroll inputs with corresponding descriptions
    • locate an employee by searching within HR Master Data
    • maintain employee data using the Organizational Management module
    • run payroll for a given employee
    • recognize the procedure for opening the purchase order form by searching for a known vendor
    • sequence the steps in the procurement and inventory management cycle
    • recognize examples of transactions within the Inventory Management module
    • match production planning terms with their corresponding definitions
    • recognize the procedure for opening a sales order form
    • create a purchase order
    • create a sales order

+SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

    Overview/Description
    The SAP CRM module provides an organization with the tools to obtain, retain, and grow profitable customer relationships. An organization can use this module to effectively plan and manage marketing, sales, and service campaigns as well as analyze related processes. SAP CRM supports the entire customer relationship cycle, beginning with customer contact, through to order fulfillment, customer service, and reporting. This course will focus on the marketing, sales, and service modules of SAP CRM and will introduce the learner to some of the basic features of SAP CRM. It also includes demonstrations of some of the more common activities related to the customer relationship cycle. 

    Target Audience
    Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize procedure for adding appointments to the Marketing Calendar
    • recognize how CRM's segmentation tool facilitates the management of marketing resources
    • recognize how to create a campaign
    • recognize the procedure for creating mail for a marketing campaign
    • recognize the process for creating a lead
    • perform marketing tasks using CRM Marketing applications
    • recognize the process for creating an opportunity
    • recognize the process for creating a quotation
    • perform sales tasks using CRM Sales applications
    • recognize the process for creating a service order
    • identify the components of the service cycle
    • recognize the procedure for determining whether the service performed is under warranty
    • perform service tasks using CRM Service applications

+SAP Product Lifecycle Management

    Overview/Description
    SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) provides a comprehensive solution for managing all product-related information required in support of processes including planning, innovation, design, quality management, and engineering. As an integrated solution to SAP's enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, all information stored and maintained using the PLM solution is available across the enterprise to all other modules where required. This course introduces the SAP PLM solution, describing the overall concept of the PLM lifecycle and describing some of the main activities involved in managing products across the product life cycle.

    Target Audience
    Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize phases of the product life cycle
    • match PLM solutions with their corresponding features
    • match phases of the project life cycle with corresponding tools within the Project System module
    • recognize the procedure for creating a new document
    • identify functions of the DMS
    • recognize applications in the Product Lifecycle Management module
    • recognize the relationship between the product life cycle and the project life cycle
    • create a new document using SAP's Document Management System
    • identify elements of the Project Builder interface
    • recognize the procedure for creating a new project in the SAP Project System
    • recognize the procedure for displaying an item in the Material Master
    • recognize the procedure for selecting a material to view
    • match PLM management functions with corresponding descriptions of how they relate to process planning
    • recognize the procedure for making changes to project information using Project Builder
    • sequence the steps of the change management processes
    • recognize the procedure for making a change to a project document using Project System
    • create a new project and make changes to its documentation using PLM applications

+SAP Supply Chain Management

    Overview/Description
    SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) is comprised of a collection of applications under the SAP system that enable advanced planning. Tightly integrated with SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), the SAP SCM system is used to streamline and optimize the supply chain by enabling automated decision making and providing improved analytical components. This course provides an introduction to the SAP SCM system. Since planning is a major component of the SCM process, key applications in the Advanced Planning and Optimization module are discussed, as well as two execution applications: Event Management and Transportation Management.

    Target Audience
    Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify components of the Demand Planning process flow diagram
    • determine the appropriate supply network planning approach to use based on company characteristics
    • recognize the procedure for opening a planning book in the SNP module
    • match SNP options with their corresponding purposes
    • identify features of Production Planning
    • recognize the procedure for running a production plan
    • use SCM planning applications
    • recognize the procedure for displaying Event Management rule sets
    • match Event Management terms with their corresponding definitions
    • order the steps in the Transportation Management process
    • recognize the procedure for scheduling with dynamic route determination
    • schedule the delivery of goods and report an event

+SAP Supplier Relationship Management

    Overview/Description
    Supplier relationship management (SRM) involves collaboration with suppliers that are crucial to the success of an enterprise. The goal of SRM is to maximize the value of the collaborative relationships with suppliers. SAP SRM represents a strategic approach to procurement and supply that is tightly integrated with other components of the SAP Business Suite. This course provides an overview of the concept of SRM and leads into detailed content concerning SAP's approach to SRM. The course introduces the two main components of SRM: Procurement and Sourcing. Some of the more common concepts such as requisitions, order management and receipt, as well as supplier sourcing are described in some detail.

    Target Audience
    Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize the steps in the SRM procurement process
    • recognize the benefits of using SRM
    • recognize the procedure for displaying a shopping cart in SRM
    • select suppliers who would benefit from using Supplier Self-service to process orders
    • recognize the procedure for confirming receipt of goods in SRM
    • perform procurement transactions using SRM applications
    • recognize how SRM is used during supplier identification
    • recognize procedures for managing vendor groups in SRM
    • distinguish between supplier negotiation applications
    • recognize the procedure for evaluating a vendor
    • determine the preferred bidder given a scenario
    • perform sourcing transactions using SRM applications


+SAP Business One - Introduction for End Users

    Overview/Description
    SAP Business One is a comprehensive set of integrated business management applications. Business One provides an entire set of core modules, including financials, sales, operations, customer management, and logistics, which enable a small-sized to medium-sized enterprise to manage all aspects of the business. This course provides an overview of the core functionality of SAP Business One including financials, sales, customer management, inventory, and reporting. In addition, the content is complemented by an assortment of activities that describe many of the day-to-day activities performed with Business One.

    Target Audience
    Individuals in small-sized to mid-sized companies who plan to use SAP's Business One application to perform basic business functions within their organizations

    Expected Duration (hours)
    2.0

    Lesson Objectives
    • recognize Business One functions that are used to manage cash flow
    • match financial accounting terms with their corresponding definitions
    • recognize the procedure for posting a manual journal entry
    • recognize the procedure for populating given fields in the Sales Order window
    • identify key parameters for creating a sales opportunity report
    • perform accounting and sales functions using Business One applications
    • recognize the procedure for creating a Purchase Order
    • recognize the procedure for creating a Goods Receipt PO
    • recognize the procedure for creating an A/P Invoice
    • sequence the phases of a material flow
    • recognize the procedure for creating Item Master Data
    • create purchasing and inventory documents using Business One applications


+SAP BusinessObjects: Overview

    Overview/Description
    One of the most valuable assets an enterprise can possess is data - information acquired and stored in the process of carrying out everyday business activities. This includes data regarding customers and potential customers, employee-related information, data gathered concerning competitors, and information pertaining to products. In order to take full advantage of its information assets, an enterprise must be able to store and utilize data wisely. The SAP BusinessObjects suite of applications provides the enterprise with a comprehensive set of reporting and analysis tools that enables timely and accurate presentation of data, including that obtained from SAP and non-SAP information stores. 

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives
    • match SAP BusinessObjects solution categories with their corresponding tools
    • match the Crystal Reports field menu options with corresponding descriptions of when they would be used
    • match ad hoc reporting and analysis concepts with their corresponding definitions
    • recognize features of SAP BusinessObjects dashboard applications
    • recognize features of various BusinessObjects tools
    • recognize the procedure for creating a financial report using Desktop Intelligence
    • recognize how to use features of a reporting tool to fulfill user requirements
    • recognize how Web Intelligence features are used to meet user requirements
    • create reports using BusinessObjects tools

+SAP BusinessObjects: Crystal Reports

    Overview/Description
    Business data comes from a variety of sources and is stored in various formats. The volume and variety of business data presents immense potential for understanding and responding to customer requirements and business process optimization. In order to realize this potential, SAP provides the Crystal Reports reporting tool. Crystal Reports has supplanted the BusinessExplorer report designer as SAP's standard enterprise reporting tool. Crystal Reports provides the interface to allow business users to extract and present formatted, layout-centric reports from business data. Crystal Reports provides a very user-friendly interface to various data sources, including data sources outside of the SAP realm. This course provides an introduction to the Crystal Reports reporting tool, including an initiation to the user-friendly interface, the various formatting and layout options, as well as the various methods of data access made available to all levels of users through Crystal Reports.

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • distinguish between the report options in the Report Creation Wizard
    • identify the features of the Crystal Reports user interface
    • recognize the relationship between the information in the Explorer tools and what appears in a report
    • identify the steps for hiding details in a web-based report
    • determine whether to use live or saved data for a given report
    • recognize the key features and concepts related to Crystal Reports
    • recognize the procedure for using the report creation wizard to create a report
    • recognize the procedure for creating a report using the Blank Report option
    • recognize the procedure for adding and formatting a report title
    • recognize the procedure for using the Dependency Checker tool
    • create a report using the report creation wizard
    • use the Dependency Checker tool to check for errors in a report

+SAP BusinessObjects: Web Intelligence

    Overview/Description
    Data may be an enterprise's most valuable proprietary asset. Each enterprise possesses unique data that, when used strategically, provides a competitive advantage. Data can reveal significant information about customer behavior and preferences, and provide insight into business processes that may ultimately influence what a company sells, how products are made, and how they are sold. Getting the most out of this data will determine the ultimate value it provides to the enterprise. SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence is one of the industry's most flexible, user-friendly and powerful reporting solutions. It provides ad hoc query, analysis, and reporting tools in a package that is geared toward the business user. You do not have to know structured query language (SQL) to take advantage of the power offered by Web Intelligence. You can easily create and publish high-quality reports that contain drill downs, and allow readers to track changes and share business information across the enterprise. This course provides an introduction to BusinessObjects Web Intelligence, highlighting some of its key features and benefits. You will also be able to practice using Web Intelligence tools to perform common tasks.

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify the core functionality in Web Intelligence
    • match Web Intelligence terms with their corresponding definitions
    • recognize the procedure for creating a query
    • recognize how to create a prompted query
    • create a prompted query using Web Intelligence
    • recognize how to change the default report creation tool in Web Intelligence
    • recognize how to create a report using Web Intelligence
    • recognize the procedure for creating a table from a template
    • recognize how to change the layout of an existing table
    • recognize the procedure to set the scope of analysis
    • recognize how to extend the scope of analysis for a drill-enabled data element
    • create a table in Web Intelligence
    • create a new table from a template and then modify its layout
    • create a drill down in a table and expand the scope of analysis for the data element

+SAP BusinessObjects: Dashboards and Analytics

    Overview/Description
    The typical enterprise generates hundreds of management reports on a weekly basis. As companies grow and continue to add new channels, benchmarking and weekly reporting are key to helping top management keep a finger on the pulse of the business. With all those reports to wade through, business executives need a reporting format that provides the information they need at a glance. The corporate dashboard report does just that. It contains a series of dials in a corporate cockpit that reflect the key performance metrics from each department. Dashboarding involves the presentation of key business data in a very concise visual manner. SAP's BusinessObjects offers dynamic, customizable data visualization tools that allow you to create insightful and powerful dashboards from various data sources. These tools are intuitive and appropriate for users of all skill levels. This course provides an introduction to dashboarding. You will learn how to create dashboards using SAP BusinessObjects InfoView, Xcelsius, and Dashboard Builder. 

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify the characteristics of a dashboard
    • match types of dashboard analytics with the types of information that each one is designed to portray
    • recognize the procedure for creating a dashboard using InfoView
    • recognize the procedure for creating an analytic using Dashboard Builder
    • recognize the panes of the Xcelsius designer interface
    • recognize the procedure for creating a dashboard using Xcelsius
    • create a dashboard using InfoView
    • create a dashboard using Xcelsius
    • create an analytic using Dashboard Builder

+SAP BusinessObjects: InfoView

    Overview/Description
    SAP BusinessObjects provides various tools for enterprise reporting purposes. InfoView is a web-based application that provides an interface for users to perform common activities, such as viewing or modifying reports, without having to install any additional software on their systems. InfoView can work with Xcelsius, Crystal, and Web Intelligence documents. It allows you to publish reports to common formats, such as PDF or MS Word, as well as alter a report's underlying data. This course provides an introduction to the essential features and functions of SAP BusinessObjects InfoView and provides a look at some of the common activities performed using InfoView.

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.5

    Lesson Objectives

    • recognize features of the InfoView user interface
    • recognize how to access the sample reports in InfoView
    • match descriptions of InfoView reporting applications with key characteristics
    • recognize the procedure for creating a new folder or category in InfoView
    • open a sample report in InfoView
    • create a new folder or category in the navigation panel
    • recognize the procedure for creating an InfoView document
    • recognize the procedure for saving an InfoView document
    • recognize the procedure for giving an InfoView report a title
    • recognize the procedure for publishing an InfoView report
    • match InfoView publishing options to their corresponding benefits and drawbacks
    • create a report using InfoView
    • publish a report using InfoView

+SAP BusinessObjects: Business Intelligence

    Overview/Description
    Businesses generate a large amount of data in the everyday operation. This data is extremely valuable and may be used by employees at every level of an organization. Before it can be utilized optimally, it must be formatted in such a way that an enterprise can capitalize on the vast amounts of data in its possession. SAP Business Intelligence (BI) is an enterprise solution that provides businesses with a comprehensive suite of tools to collect and prepare the enterprise's data for reporting and analysis purposes. With proper use of BI, an enterprise may become more organized electronically, spot trends in business, and generally have a competitive edge simply because of its ability to securely and accurately report on and analyze a myriad of data.

    Target Audience
    Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects

    Expected Duration (hours)
    1.0

    Lesson Objectives

    • identify business challenges that can be overcome by adopting an enterprise data warehousing strategy
    • match the three components of the Business Intelligence solution with corresponding descriptions
    • recognize key activities within the closed-loop business analytics process
    • recognize features of the Data Warehousing Workbench interface
    • match components of the Data Warehousing Workbench interface with corresponding definitions
    • recognize Business Intelligence key concepts
    • recognize the procedure for opening a query in Business Explorer
    • identify tasks you can perform using Business Explorer Analyzer
    • recognize the procedure for importing data from an external database using Business Explorer Query Designer
    • use SAP Business Explorer to open a query
    • use SAP Business Explorer to import data from an external database


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