ERP Programs

  • FI
    1. SAP FI module is a functional module and used for Financial Accounting. We record Accounting Entries and Ledger Accounts, Trial Balance, Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet is automatically updated in real-time. Real-time reporting is possible for G/L Account, Customer, Vendor, Fixed Asset and Bank Accounts in SAP system. SAP FI module is integrated with other functional modules of SAP like CO, MM, SD and HR. FI Module is implemented for Financial Accounting and Reporting. SAP FI module is divided in five sub-modules like:

      General Ledger
      Accounts Receivable
      Accounts Payable
      Bank Accounting
      Asset Accounting

      Eligibility
      This training is an SAP Consultant level training covering Configuration, Master Data, Business Transactions and Reporting. This training automatically covers the End-user level training also.

      1. Qualification- B. Com, BBA, M. Com, MBA-Finance, CA, ICWA, CS
      2. Work Experience- Fresher’s and experience both candidates are eligible for training
      Job Opportunities
      Ample job opportunities in SAP at user and consultant level in India and foreign countries. Highly paid job and fast growth opportunities in SAP.
      1. User Level- Process Associate, Accounts Executive, Trainer/SME, SAP super User, SAP Power User, Team Lead, Assistant Manager, Manager , AVP-Finance, CFO

      Companies using SAP
       Automobile-BMW, Toyota Audi, Ford, Hero, TVS, Tata Motors
       Steel-Tata Steel, Jindal Steel, Bhushan Still
       Construction- DLF, L&T, GMR
       Oil & Gus- Indian OIL, GAIL, BSNL, British Gas, BSES
       Cadbury, Delhi Metro, Mother Dairy
       Whirlpool, Samsung, LG, Nokia, Siemens
       Dell, HP, Sony, Moserbear

      2. Consultant Level- Associate Consultant, Consultant, Sr. Consultant, Lead Consultant, Project Manager, Solution Architect

      SAP Consulting companies (IT companies)
       HCL, Wipro, Infosys, Mahindra-Satyam, TCS
       IBM, Accenture, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC
      Course duration
      1. Weekdays
       25 Lectors ( 50 Hours)- 2 Hours per Lecture ( 2 Months)- 3 days
       Batch Start - 1st week and 3rd week of every month
      2. Weekends
       25 Lectors ( 50 Hours)- 3 Hours per Lecture ( 2 Months)-Saturday & Sunday
       Batch Start - 1st week and 3rd week of every month
      FI- Training
       FI Book, concept, class note, presentation
       Lab Access- Delhi & NCR (Noida , Gurgoan), Mumbai
       FI- Project
       Business process training to FI candidates in CO, SD, MM, PP and HR Modules
       Assessment Test
       Certification exam preparation
       Fast track training on demand
      FI-Placement
       FI User Level and Consultant Level
       FI- Mock Interview
       FI-Sample Resume
       FI- Experience Documents - (Offer Letter, Salary Slip, Relieving Letter, Bank Statement, Form 16)
       HR Session
       Placement Assistant
      FI-Course Contents
      ERP
       ERP
       ERP Software
       Advantages of ERP Software
      SAP
       SAP R/3, SAP Landscape
       Data in SAP
       SAP System Navigation
      Enterprise Structure
       Company, Company Code, Business Area, Segment, Credit Control Area
       Controlling Area
       Purchasing Organization, Sales Organization, Plant
      FI Global Setting
       Fiscal Year Variant, Posting Period Variant
       Field Status Variant,
       Company Code Global Data, Variant Principle
       Employee Tolerance Groups
       Document Number Ranges
       Document Types
       Posting Keys
      General ledger ( FI – GL )
       Chart of Accounts, GL Account Group
       Retained Earnings Account
       GL Master Data
       GL Posting-Journal Voucher Entry
       Recurring Entry
       GL Line Item Report
      Accounts Payable ( FI – AP )
       Reconciliation Account , Vendor Account Groups
       Tolerance Groups
       Vendor Master Data
       Vendor Transactions-Invoice, credit memo, down Payment, Outgoing Payment, APP Run
       Terms of Payment & Cash Discount
       Document Parking, Holding & Reversal
       Vendor Line Item Reports
       Vendor S_ALR Report
      Accounts Receivable ( FI - AR )
       Reconciliation Account , Customer Account Groups
       Tolerance Groups
       Customer Master Data
       Customer Transactions-Invoices, Credit Memos, Down Payment, Incoming Payments
       Terms of Payment & Cash Discounts
       Document Parking-Holding & Reversal
       Dunning , Interest Calculation
       Customer Line Item Reports
       Customer S_ALR Report
      Bank Accounting ( FI-BA )
       House Bank, Bank Master
       Configuration of Payment Program, Check Lot
       Check Issue to Vendor, Check Register
       APP Run
       Check Transactions, Check Void Reason Code
       Customer Check Deposit
       Bank Reconciliation
       Cash Journal
      Asset Accounting ( FI – AA)
       Chart of Depreciation, Depreciation Areas
       Asset Classes
       Asset Master Data
       Asset Acquisition
       Depreciation Posting Run
       Asset Explorer
       Asset History Sheet
      Taxation
       Withholdings Tax-TDS
       Tax on Purchase-Input Tax
       Tax on Sale-Output Tax
      Foreign Currency
       Foreign Currency Transaction
      Integration
       Integration of FI module with CO, AA, SD, MM & HR
      Standard Business Process
       OTC-Order-to-Cash
       P2P-Procurement -to-Payment
       R2R-Record to Report
      Financial Statement Version
       Balance Sheet
       Profit and Loss Account
      FI Closing
       FI Month End and Year End Closing
      SAP Projects
       ASAP Roadmap
      1. Project Preparation
      2. Business Blueprint
      3. Realization
      4. Final Preparation
      5. Go Live & Support

       SAP Projects
      1. Implementation Project/ Live Project
      2. Post-implementation Support Project
      3. Roll-out Project
      4. Up-gradation Project
  • Co
    1. SAP CO module is a functional module and used for Management Accounting and Cost Accounting. Accounting Entries of Profit & Loss Account are posted from SAP FI module to SAP CO module and real-time reporting is possible for Cost Element, Cost Center, Internal Order, Profit Center, Product Costing and Profitability Analysis. SAP CO Module is integrated with other functional modules of SAP like FI, MM, SD, HR, PS and PP. SAP CO module is implemented for Management Accounting and Cost Accounting. SAP CO module is divided in six sub-modules like:

      Cost Element
      Cost Center
      Internal Order
      Profit Center
      Product Costing
      Profitability Analysis

      Qualification
      B.Com, M.Com, BBA, MBA (Finance), CA, CS,ICWA,(Inter, Final & Qualified
      Work Experience
      Work Experience in Accounting, Costing, Auditing, Taxation, Reporting
  • MM
    1. Materials Management Overview
      Materials Management Organizational Structure
      Master Data in Materials Management
      Material Master Data – Part 1
      Material Master Data – Part 2
      Vendor Master Data
      Purchasing Information Data
      Batch Management Data
      Material Master Record
      Vendor Master Record
      Purchasing Overview
      Purchase Requisition
      Request for Quotation
      Quotation
      Purchase Order
      External Service Management (ESM)
      Consumption-Based Planning
      Material Requirements Planning
      Forecasting
      Inventory Management Overview
      Goods Issue
      Goods Receipt
      Physical Inventory
      Invoice Verification
      Balance Sheet Valuation
      Material Ledger
      Classification System
      Document Management
      Conclusion

      Spl Note : All the courses of ERP are of 2 ½ Months
  • SD
    1. Order Fulfillment I
      Course Goals
      Learn about the main business processes in sales processing
      Execute the most important functions in the process chain from the presales phase to the incoming payment in the system
      Gain an extensive overview of the sales and distribution areas as part of the SD component in the ERP system
      Obtain a more detailed insight into sales and distribution functions using selected examples
      Build up the knowledge needed to implement these functions and be able to use them
      Acquire knowledge of how to adapt the system using Customizing settings to meet your own specific requirements in sales and distribution
      Course Objectives
      Maintain the key master data in Sales and Distribution, and name and define the required business structures
      Work with the various documents in Sales and Distribution Describe the points of contact from Sales and Distribution to the materials management, production (for example, make-to-order) and financial accounting areas
      Perform analyses for Sales and Distribution processes
      Integrate sales in the Sales and Distribution process chain
      Configure Customizing so that it represents your specific sales requirements
      Describe the position of distribution within the supply chain
      Execute the different functions within distribution processing
      Adapt the system to suit your distribution processing requirements
      Unit 1: Navigation
      Identify the elements of a standard window
      Navigate in the system
      Use the basic help functions
      Make personal system settings.
      Unit 2: Enterprise Structures in Sales and Distribution
      Describe sales and distribution structures.
      Explain the most important relationships between the organizational structures in sales and distribution
      Name the organizational units relevant to sales and distribution in the SAP ERP Central Component system
      Describe the essential characteristics of these organizational units
      Explain the most important relationships between the organizational structures in sales and distribution
      Describe the sales and distribution structures of IDES, Inc.
      Unit 3: Overview of Sales Processes
      Explain the process chain for sales order processing
      Create a sales order with reference to a quotation
      Create an outbound delivery with reference to a sales order
      Pick and post goods issue
      Invoice a customer for the delivery
      Enter an incoming payment in the system
      Unit 4: Master Data in Sales and Distribution
      Maintain customer master data
      Maintain material master data
      Maintain the customer-material info record
      Maintain condition master data and explain pricing functions
      Issue output for sales documents
      Work with the incompletion log
      Unit 5: Sales and Distribution Processes – Data Determination and Collective Processing
      Trigger different sales processes by choosing suitable sales document types
      Explain how the delivering plant, shipping point and route are determined automatically
      Give the customers delivery dates automatically determined in the system and be able to look at scheduling in detail
      Combine and collectively process sales orders due for outbound delivery in one step
      Combine and collectively process documents due for billing in one st
      Unit 6: Availability Check
      Describe the basic principles and function of the availability check
      Use the availability check as part of order processing
      Explain how deliveries are shipped
      Describe how shipment costs are billed to the customer
      Explain how financial information is transferred from the billing document into the accounting document
      Unit 7: Make-To-Order
      Describe presales activities
      Use inquiries and quotations
      Explain key functions of item categories
      Track the status of assembly orders for make-to-order sales orders
      Unit 8: Complaints Processing
      Process a complaint with reference to a previous sales and distribution process
      Carry out and explain in detail credit memo processing
      Process a complaint with reference to a previous sales and distribution process
      Carry out and explain in detail returns processing
      Process a complaint with reference to a previous sales and distribution process
      Use an invoice correction request and explain the process in detail
      Cancel a billing document
      Pack items in an outbound delivery
      Unit 9: Analyses for Sales and Distribution Processes
      Use list processing to locate and evaluate information
      Analyze SD information using the tools available in the Sales Information System (SIS)
      Define the components of information structures
      Describe how ERP Business Information Warehouse works
      Unit 10: Enterprise Structures in Sales and Distribution
      Use organizational units in the ERP system to map the different areas in your company
      Set up enterprise structures by assigning them to organizational units
      Adjust the organizational structures to meet the legal and business requirements of your company
      Unit 11: Sales Order Processing
      Determine the origin of document data from various sources, like the material master, the customer master, or Customizing
      Find and use the tools and help for entering and processing sales orders
      Unit 12: Controlling Sales Documents
      Describe the basic principles of business process control in sales.
      Identify the elements that control the sales documents
      Name examples of different sales document types used for different business processes
      Explain what the sales document type does
      Create Customizing settings for the sales document type
      Restrict the validity of sales document types to sales areas
      Identify and explain the important control parameters for item categories
      Create a new item category
      Configure the system so that item categories are automatically assigned to a sales document type
      Control settings for bills of material in the sales document.
      Identify and explain the most important control parameters for schedule line categories
      Create a new schedule line category
      Configure your settings so that schedule line categories are automatically assigned to each sales document item
      Unit 13: Data Flow
      Use document flow
      Understand and influence how data is passed on between sales documents at header, item and schedule line level and recognize possibilities for individual
      Use the completion rule for item categories to control creation of documents with reference.
      Unit 14: Special business transactions
      Explain the differences between cash sales and rush orders and their special features
      Explain how customer consignments are represented in Customizing for sales
      Control free-of-charge deliveries and subsequent free-of-charge delivery
      Company adjustments.
      Unit 15: Incompleteness
      Understand the incompletion log and process incomplete orders.
      Adjust the incompletion log to meet your own requirements using Customizing.
      Unit 16: Business partner
      Understand the importance of the partner function concept for the sales and distribution process.
      Define new partner functions and integrate these into the process chain.
      Unit 17: Outline agreements
      Use different types of outline agreements and their functions
      Configure outline agreements in Customizing so that they meet your requirements.
      Set up and use value contracts in Customizing.
      Store partners authorized to release in contracts.
      Unit 18: Material Determination, Listing and Exclusion
      Explain and use the material determination and product selection
      Explain how to configure customizing so that these functions meet your needs
      Create master records
      Understand and analyze the settings for these functions in the sales document
      Explain and use the material listing and exclusion functions.
      Unit 19: Free goods
      Set up automatic free goods determination.
      Unit 20: Sales Workshop
      Set up a cash sales scenario with the sales workshop for the sale of materials to your own employees.
      Control the various functions of bills of material at main and sub-item level.
      Expand the condition technique in material determination so that this may be both customer specific and non customer-specific.
      Unit 21: Overview of the Delivery Process
      Identify the delivery process as part of the Logistics Execution process
      Explain the structure of the delivery document and find information in the delivery document
      Unit 22: Basic Customizing Settings for the Delivery Process
      Describe the organizational units relevant to shipping
      Define and assign the organizational units in the Implementation Guide
      Give an overview of the standard delivery types
      Explain delivery control at header and item level
      Describe item category determination in outbound deliveries
      Describe how delivery documents are used in other processes
      Unit 23: Goods Issue Process
      Describe shipping point determination
      Define route determination
      Configure shipping and transportation scheduling and use the route schedule functions
      Create outbound deliveries using collective processing
      Define picking location determination
      Define the door and staging zones and determine them in the outbound delivery
      Change and add to outbound deliveries
      Monitor shipping activities within the goods issue process
      Describe the picking process using transfer orders
      Create transfer orders manually and using collective processing
      Confirm transfer orders
      Unit 24: Special Functions for Processing Deliveries
      Explain how batches can be specified in the outbound delivery
      Demonstrate serial number assignment in the outbound delivery
      Use pricing in the outbound delivery
      Split an existing delivery into several smaller deliveries
      Unit 25: Packing
      Define the term “packaging materials”
      Describe the process for multi-level packing in Sales and Distribution
      Create packing instructions and determination records for automatic packing
      Make the necessary settings for determining permitted packaging material
      Explain the different follow-on processes for packaging material
      Describe what a handling unit is
      Create handling units within delivery processes
      Make the necessary settings for handling unit management
      Unit 26: Goods Issue
      Post the goods issue
      Describe the effect that the goods issue posting has on Sales and Distribution, Materials Management,and Financial Accounting
      Cancel the goods issue posting
      Explain how to link Quality Management with the shipping process
      Describe how to use proof of delivery
      Unit 27: Final Exercise
      Set up the specified delivery scenario in the ERP system
      Unit 28: Appendix
      Table structures in sales and distribution
      Matchcode objects
      Authorization objects
      Control delivery blocks
      Set up group master contracts
      Set up cancellation rules for contracts.
      Set up service processing in Sales and Distribution.
      Course Summary
      Maintain the key master data in Sales and Distribution, and name and define the required business structures
      Work with the various documents in Sales and Distribution Describe the points of contact from Sales and Distribution to the materials management, production (for example, make-to-order) and financial accounting areas
      Perform analyses for Sales and Distribution processes
      Integrate sales in the Sales and Distribution process chain
      Configure Customizing so that it represents your specific sales requirements
      Describe the position of distribution within the supply chain
      Execute the different functions within distribution processing
      Adapt the system to suit your distribution processing requirements
      Order Fulfillment II
      Course Goals
      Define the necessary system settings for pricing in Sales Order Management
      Use the billing function in ERP Sales and Distribution
      Configure the system to meet your company-specific billing requirements
      Explain the role of the interface between billing in Sales and Distribution and accounts receivable in Financial Accounting
      Make settings that require knowledge of cross-application Customizing functions, to map
      Sales and Distribution (SD) requirements in the ERP system.
      Course Objectives
      Describe the elements of the pricing condition technique and the relationships between them
      Convert your pricing requirements to the necessary pricing strategy.
      Make the necessary Customizing settings to implement your pricing strategy
      Describe the integration of billing within the Sales and Distribution process chain and the transfer of data to Financial Accounting
      Carry out the Customizing configurations for your company-specific billing requirements
      Cross-functional Customizing settings for the copying control, text control, output control and adapting the user interface functions.
      Unit 1: Condition Technique in Pricing
      Explain how to use conditions in pricing
      Demonstrate how to use condition records
      Locate condition types in customizing
      Use pricing procedures in pricing
      Describe pricing procedures and access sequences
      Explain header conditions
      Control new pricing using the pricing type
      Unit 2: Pricing Configuration
      Change and add to different pricing elements
      Explain pricing configuration
      Unit 3: Working with Condition Records
      Maintain conditions using pricing reports
      Create, change, and copy condition records
      Create net price lists
      Use a condition index to find condition records
      Use the release procedure for condition records
      Unit 4: Special Functions
      Use group conditions to carry out pricing for several items in an order
      Compare condition types with several methods and outcomes
      Set conditions for a maximum value, quantity, or number of orders
      Describe how and when to use condition supplements
      Optimize pricing for hierarchical data constellations using hierarchy accesses
      Explain the techniques of data determination in access using the price book as an example
      Implement customizing settings for pricing
      Unit 5: Condition Types
      Create order values and net prices manually
      Set a minimum price for a material or a minimum value for an order
      Set interval scales for conditions
      Use customer hierarchies for price agreements
      Describe the effect of condition formulae
      Round final amounts
      Determine costs and cash discount amounts statistically in pricing
      Describe how expected customer prices transferred using EDI are used
      Unit 6: Taxes, Pricing Agreements, and Rebates
      Describe the criteria taken into account to determine taxes
      Describe how taxes are determined for each order item
      Use agreements to implement and evaluate marketing projects
      Describe the entire rebate processing procedure
      Create rebate agreements
      Perform rebate settlements
      Control rebate processing in Customizing
      Unit 7: Introduction
      Apply the billing functionality in Sales and Distribution
      Configure the system to meet your company-specific billing requirements
      Describe the integration of the billing document within the SD process chain
      Explain the transfer of data from Sales and Distribution to Financial Accounting
      Describe the structure of a billing document
      Access the different information contained in the billing document
      Unit 8: Basics
      Describe the relevant organizational units in Sales and Distribution and Financial Accounting
      Unit 9: Controlling the Billing Process
      Describe different business transactions in the context of billing and billing types
      Demonstrate the importance of the item category within billing
      Explain the assignment of these organizational units to one another
      Unit 10: Special Billing Types
      Explain the process flow and methods of control for various business transactions within the context of billing
      Explain the process flow and methods of control for various business transactions within the context of billing.
      Unit 11: Data Flow
      Name the documents that can form the basis of the billing document
      Describe the way the process chain is mapped in the document flow
      Demonstrate the different sources for the data in the billing document
      Name the requirements that must be met in order for billing to be carried out
      Unit 12: Creating Billing Documents
      Explain the different options for creating billing documents
      Explain the significance of the billing due list for creating billing documents in collective runs
      Demonstrate the option for displaying invoice creation on specific dates
      Describe how to cancel a collective billing run
      Describe the different control parameters within the framework of copying control
      Unit 13: Types of Settlements
      Explain the different types of settlement
      Give the reasons for splitting an invoice
      Make the required settings for using invoice lists
      Unit 14: Special Business Transactions
      Carry out a business process with periodic billing and milestone billing
      Describe the process for down payment processing in Sales and Distribution and Financial Accounting
      Describe the process for installment payments
      Unit 15: Account Determination
      Describe the different areas in which account determination is used
      Describe the account determination process
      Explain the use and determination of business areas
      Unit 16: SD/FI Interface
      Explain how to prevent the system from automatically generating accounting documents
      Describe different fields for transferring data from Sales and Distribution to Financial Accounting (for example, for clearing)
      Explain how partners are transferred from Sales and Distribution in terms of the relationship between the head office and the branch offices
      Outline how negative postings, the document type, and value dated credit memos affect the billing type
      Unit 17: Copying Control
      modify copying control to meet special requirements
      Unit 18: Text Control
      Identify the source of texts in Sales and Distribution
      Describe the criteria which influence how texts are determined
      Define and assign text types in Customizing
      Edit texts manually in the sales document
      Unit 19: Output
      Describe the purpose of output types
      Set up various transmission media for issuing or printing output
      Select the dispatch times at which the output is issued
      Adjust the output determination to meet customer-specific requirements
      Explain how output types are processed in the ERP system
      Assess the degree of difficulty involved in adjusting the existing layout for output types to meet your requirements
      Name the steps needed for integrating customer-specific output types
      Unit 20: System Modifications
      define account groups for maintaining customer master records
      adapt screens that use the display element “table control” to meet your specific requirements create and use transaction variants
      Course Summary
      Describe the elements of the pricing condition technique and the relationships between them
      Convert your pricing requirements to the necessary pricing strategy.
      Make the necessary Customizing settings to implement your pricing strategy
      Describe the integration of billing within the Sales and Distribution process chain and the transfer of data to Financial Accounting
      Carry out the Customizing configurations for your company-specific billing requirements
      Cross-functional Customizing settings for the copying control, text control, output control and adapting the user interface functions.

      Spl Note : All the courses of ERP are of 2 ½ Months
  • ABAP
    1. Introduction to ERP
      Overview of ERP
      Sub modules of ERP-SD
      Navigation, Menu path.
      Different Releases
      Landscapes
      Sales Overview
      Process in Sales & Distribution
      Basics in Ales & Distribution Transaction
      Sales Document Structure
      Sales Transaction and its Basics
      Sales Organization and its Enterprise Architecture
      Sales Org Units and its contents Creation and Assigning
      Org Units in Sales process and objectives
      Enterprise Overview and Creation of Cross module Overview
      Overview of Enterprise structure and its relationship with MM and FICO
      Transaction process and its their relationship
      Relation between FI,MM, PP and SD Modules
      Creation of Org structures in Sales Area and its corresponding units
      Sales order creation and understand the business needs and information process and its relation
      Sales order processing from the ERP point of view
      Information process in sales view: Where and how the sales order being processed
      Understand and create Business partners and Master Data
      Automatic Information process in sales view: Eg. Plants
      Exploring business process in sales order changes to sales order docs.
      Understand sales process blocks
      Behavior and control of sales docs with sales doc types
      The Business objective and its importance
      Function and process I controlling and customizing sales doc types

      Spl Note : All the courses of ERP are of 2 ½ Months
  • ABASIS
    1. Overview :
      ERP - BASIS Module: ERP BASIS module covers the ERP Basis and Security Technology. ERP BASIS means a 'Basis Administrator' or ?ERP System Administrator? it should include system administration tasks such as
      ? Managing the database
      ? Transporting development and configuration objects from one SAP system to another
      ? Monitoring system performance to ensure no interruption in system stability occurs in the SAP production environment
      ? Installing and upgrading the software on the servers, and system security.
      BASIS Security refers to both application security in the SAP Runtime environment and the system access outside the SAP Runtime environment. The user accounts defined for users in the SAP Runtime environment are secured by roles that grant authorizations to them. SAP Authorizations control access to transactions. For example, a user may be able to create sales orders, but only for their specific sales area, sales office and customer. 

      Who Should Attend:
      The audience for this course is MCA,BCA,B.Sc(IT),M.Sc(IT),B.Sc,B.Tech or B.E(Any Branch),O Level, A Level.
      Duration : 2 Months

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