Get yourself trained on SAP Materials Management with this Online Training SAP Materials Management (MM) End User Training.
Online Training SAP Materials Management (MM) End User Training
SAP is the most popular enterprise business system used by the biggest organisations in the world to help run their companies. This SAP power-user course is designed for SAP beginners and will teach you the basics to intermediate level of the SAP system knowledge in no time. After you have completed this course you will be comfortable working with the most commonly-used functions and features of SAP.This course not only gives you a thorough insight into how the SAP work but is delivered in such a way that everyone who takes the course will have absolutely no problem in understanding all the topics discussed. This course makes it so easy to learn SAP, you will running transactions and analyzingreport data in no time.So not to bog you down with theory this course focuses on learning through a hands-on approach and is packed full of practical step by step examples so that you are using SAP from day one. Whether you are a new SAP user, Business Analyst, Project Manager or a C-Level executive, this SAP course is designed to be your guide and introduction to SAP systems.So What is Covered as Part of this Course:Introduction to the CourseIntroduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and the SAP SystemHow to Navigate in the SAPSystemRole of Organizational Structure in the SAPSystemA Business Example:Samsung Inc.,Fundamentals of Purchasing and Inventory ManagementHow to use an existing MMMaster Data in the SAPSystemPerform end to end transactional activities in the SAP System (Procure to Pay Cycle)And much more!
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