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SAP software products deliver powerful technology that helps companies to more effectively manage their financials, logistics, human resources, and other critical business functions. The backbone of the SAP offering is SAP ERP, which is among the most advanced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems on the market today. Over the years, SAP has evolved to provide application software that supports the most complex business needs.
What are SAP Modules?
The SAP system is divided into various modules which help provide structure to the business processes of an organization according to the functions that should be performed within the system. SAP professionals will usually specialize in one or more SAP modules which are integrated together, and include functional, technical or industry-specific tasks.
SAP Modules List
The following is a list of SAP modules:
SAP Financial Accounting (FI)
SAP FI is the module that helps manage enterprise financial transactions. This financial accounting module allows employees to manage transactional data in a unified system. This module offers powerful reporting and is very flexible in most any type of financial scenario. Financial Accounting module allows users to see the real-time financial position of an enterprise and works with other SAP modules to deliver more complete results.
SAP Controlling (CO)
SAP CO is a module that offers powerful reporting and planning, as well as the monitoring of business operations and activities. Controlling is extremely useful in organizing assets and allowing employees to track, plan and report about everything related to finance. Controlling allows for the management of all data associated with cost elements, functional area, and orders.
SAP Sales and Distribution (SD)
SAP SD is used for in managing transactions, including inquiries, proposals, sales quotes, pricing, and more. The Sales and Distribution module also provides great value in managing inventory. The module includes master data, system configuration, and transactions. Sub-components of the module include sales support, shipping and transportation, billing, and credit management.
Materials Management (MM)
SAP MM module is used to streamline the materials management process for enterprises. The module allows for various types of procurement processes and includes powerful sub-components, such as vendor master data, consumption-based planning, inventory management, purchasing, and invoice verification.
SAP Production Planning (PP)
SAP PP is designed to support production planning and management. This module also includes master data, system configuration, and transactions to help accomplish the plan procedure for production. The module communicates with master data, sales, and operations planning, distribution resource planning, material requirements planning, and more in order to achieve enterprise production management.
SAP Quality Management (QM)
SAP QM module assists in quality management for productions across processes in the organization. This module allows an organization to accelerate its processes by utilizing a logical method for quality management in different processes. SAP QM provides collaboration in procurement and sales, production, planning, inspection, notification, control, audit management, and more.
SAP Human Capital Management (HCM)
SAP HCM improves work processes and data management for enterprise HR. From making a new hire to evaluating employee performance, managing worker promotions, compensations, payroll, and other HR related activities.
eLearning for SAP Modules
In recent years, as online technologies have continued to evolve, online learning or ‘eLearning’ has emerged as one of the primary approaches corporations look to in order to training their employees on the effective use of the various SAP modules.
If your organization is considering the use of eLearning for employee training of the SAP modules, here are some of the benefits you can expect:
eLearning reduces or even eliminates many of the costs associated with classroom-based training, such as travel, venue and instructor fees, meals, and the distribution of printed materials. And with eLearning, there is no lost productivity cost as your employees can conduct their learning activities during breaks or after hours.
Unlike classroom-based training, eLearning allows your employees to conduct their training at any time and from any place that is convenient for them. All that is required is an Internet connection (and in fact, many eLearning activities can even be performed offline). This level of convenience helps to create a more productive learning experience.
One of the challenges of classroom-based training is that the students must keep up with the pace set by the instructor. eLearning eliminates this challenge by allowing students to learn at their own pace. They can even revisit important or challenging materials multiple times before moving on to the next section.
Communication and Collaboration
Many eLearning platforms now include tools to enable online communication among students or between students and instructors. These tools help create and support a more productive learning environment and can streamline the program feedback process.
Data Collection and Analysis
eLearning allows for immediate and through data capture around program engagement and success. The analysis of this data can be extremely valuable as you look to expand and improve your SAP module training program over time.
LMS Portals for SAP Module Training
LMS Portals provides a cloud-based platform that allows our clients to launch and manage their own branded eLearning portals for SAP module training. Our system includes valuable supporting tools, including online communications, social media integration, reporting and analysis, and more.
Contact us to discuss running your SAP Modules Training
on your own branded portal.