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Anybody with experience in the logistics, (purchasing, production, inventory management, Warehouse Management, Plant Maintenance etc) is a good candidate for a career in SAP MM configuration. You already know the business process, it is only a matter of learning to configure the same in SAP software.
It is easy to learn the SAP MM module if you follow the structured and tested training roadmap with milestones to compare your progress on a timeline. The instructor keeps a sharp eye on your progress and assigns extra attention to students who are in need of it.
Employers are looking for resources who are well trained in how to configure the SAP MM module in a step-by-step structured format. That is why we have carefully designed this course to exceed employer expectations. The training is hands-on right from the very beginning. Students are given access to a real SAP system to practice. Minimum required is 3 hours every day but since the access is 24x7 students may practice as much as they want.
The current version of our course curriculum is the result of contributions made by many senior SAP MM consultants who have exposure of a variety of industries in the US. It is constantly evolving to keep pace with the ever changing marketplace. This training requires that students practice hundreds of hours before even touching their resume. Our students step into the job market completely prepared to face the challenges of the complex business world.
There is a global demand for SAP MM consultants. That much said, a serious commitment and dedication is required to meet the prevailing standards. Although certification is seldom mentioned on job postings, it will go a long way to establish your worth. We urge our students to aim for certification within one month of completing the training.
For those of you who are not entirely sure about this, we have a very practical and affordable trial offer. The complete training is conducted on five Saturdays and via this trial offer you get video recording of the first Saturday plus everything that goes along with it, such as the step by step training guide as well as the SAP system access for entire 7 days. Check out the details of the offer above.
SAP MM (Materials Management) is a module of the SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) package that is used for Procurement Handling and Inventory Management, it forms the basis for all other modules of SAP Logistics area.
Procurement Process in SAP MM
The role of the MM Purchasing component is procurement of materials and services, determination of possible sources of supply for a requirement identified by the materials planning and control system or arising directly within a user department and monitoring of deliveries from vendors and payments to vendors.
IM manages stocks in an organization. The stocks are managed not only on a quantity basis but also by value depending on the valuation area.
Stocks are either received or issued from inventory and are governed by Movement Type. The receipt and issue of goods can be either internal to an organization or external to an organization.
Logistics Invoice Verification is situated at the end of the logistics supply chain process that includes Purchasing, Inventory Management, and Invoice Verification. It is in Logistics Invoice Verification that incoming invoices are verified and posted. When the invoice is posted, the invoice data saved updates the data saved in the invoice documents in Materials Management and Financial Accounting.
Valuation and Account Assignment
The materials valuation and the link between Materials Management and Financial Accounting is established via Account Assignment.
Materials Requirements Planning (MRP)
The role of MRP is to monitor stocks and in particular, to automatically create procurement proposals for purchasing and production (planned orders, purchase requisitions or delivery schedules). This is based on past consumption values and uses the forecast or other procedures to determine the future requirement. Consumption based planning procedures do not refer to the master production schedule, rather it is initiated when stock levels fall below predefined re-order point.
Reporting in SAP MM
Integration of MM with various modules