Course Overview

SAP Stands for Systems ‘Applications and Products in data Processing’ and it is the fourth lorgest company in the world.Sap provides end to end solutions for the financials, manufacturing,logistics,distribution etc.Each SAP module is integrated with the other modules sap system devided into two type of modules such as functional modules and technical modules.
The important modules used by the Organization are

SAPABAP(Advanced Business Application Programming)
SAPFICO(Financial Accounting & Controlling Module)
SAPHR (Human Resource )
SAPBI (Business Intelligence)
SAPBW (Business warehouse)
SAPSD (Sales and distribution)
SAPMM (MaterialManagement)
SAP software helps you implement business processes. Using Process-Driven Management for SAP Solutions assures the processes incorporated in the standard software reflect your corporate strategy and requirements of sales, marketing, procurement and production.

Our solution isn’t a just drawing tool for business processes, one that automatically configures SAP system parameters or code, a process modeling tool for process automation and orchestration or a simple interface between a process design tool and SAPSolution Manager.

It’s much more-combining proven methodology, products and ready-to use content to help you achieve faster ramp up, faster roll out and faster time-to-value.

Course Content

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to SAP HANA
    • In-memory Technology
  • zHANA -Look & Feel
    • Overview of SAP HANA Studio
    • Administration Perspective
    • 2. Modeler Perspective
    • 3. Developer Perspective
    • BW Modeling Tools Perspective
  • Architecture
    • Architecture Overview
    • In-memory Computing Engine (IMCE)
    • In-memory Computing Engine (IMCE)
    • Row & Column Storage
    • Persistent Layer
    • Backup & Recovery
  • Data Provisioning Techniques
    • Introduction to Data Provisioning in SAP HANA
    • Data Loading from Flat Files
    • Using Data Services
    • Using SLT (SAP Landscape Transformation)
    • Using DXC (Direct Extractor Connection)
    • Using Smart Data Access (SDA)
    • Using EIM Tools (Enterprise Information Management)
  • HANA Modeling
    • Introduction to Different Modeling Objects
    • Privileges Required for Modeler
    • Quick View Screen for Modeler
    • Time Data
    • Join Types
    • Single Character language Codes
    • Attribute Views
    • Calculated Columns
    • Hierarchies
    • Analytic Views
    • Restricted Measures
    • Variables
    • Input Parameters
    • Variables Vs Input Parameters
    • Calculation Views
    • Analytic Privileges
    • Decision Tables
    • Procedures
  • Reporting on HANA
    • Introduction to Reporting on HANA
    • Information Design Tool
    • Web Intelligence
    • Explorer
    • Lumira
    • Design Studio
    • Analysis Office
  • SQL in HANA
    • Data Types
    • SQL Statements
    • SQL Functions
    • Table Partitioning
  • Introduction to CE Functions
  • Procedures and Calculation Views with SQL
  • User Management
    • Creation of Roles
    • Out of box Roles
    • Creation of Users
    • Analytic Privileges
  • Advanced Options
    • Smart Data Access
    • EIM Tools (Enterprise Information Management)
    • Text Analysis
    • Performance Tuning/Analysis
  • Predictive Analysis on HANA
    • Introduction to PAL
    • PAL execution in HANA
    • R integration with HANA
  • ABAP Managed Development Procedures
    • Prerequisites for AMDP
    • How to create an AMDP
    • Step by step procedure
    • Scenarios
    • Simple AMDP
    • Nested AMDP
    • A Case Study – CA Threshold Program
    • (Result Determination using SAP HANA solution)
    • Capabilities and constraints
  • CDS view (CODE TO DATA) with SAP HANA as secondary data base.
    • Classical open SQL and it’s limitations
    • ABAP database connectivity.
    • Native SQL syntax



To strenghtened my skills in SAP apart from FICO(in connection to FICO) what are the other modules should I learn so that I can make myself for more prominent future.

If the decision is taken to use marketing prospects for storing prospect data in SAP CRM, be aware of their short life-cycle: Either convert marketing prospects as soon as possible to Choose business partners.

Normal Track 90 Working days for each course, daily one and half hour.
weekend Batches(saturday,sunday) 2to3 hours for day total 30 working days.
SAP Training.

Trainer Profile

Real Training with Real Time experience. He has around 10 years of Experience in Training,Designing and Implementing the Applications based on SAP