introduction about business blue print , pricing

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gaps between indian traditional management and highly professionalized sap management systems, a small talk on business blue print and pricing at efox solutions private limited company


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Presentation on Business Blue print … : 

Presentation on Business Blue print … By D.R.Ramesh

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Business Blue print Sales process Pricing…

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Phase 1 : Project Preparation - The primary focus of Phase 1 is getting the project started, identifying team members and developing a high-level plan. Phase 2 : Business Blueprint - The primary focus of Phase 2 is to understand the business goals of the company and to determine the business requirements needed to support those goals.   Phase 3 : Realization - The purpose of this phase is to implement all the business and process requirements based on the Business Blueprint. You customize the system step by step in two work packages, Baseline and Final configuration. Méthodologie ASAP

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Phase 4 : Final Preparation - The purpose of this phase is to complete testing, end-user training, system management and cut over activities. Critical open issues are resolved. Upon the successful completion of this phase, you will be ready to run your business in your productive R/3 system. Phase 5 : Go Live and Support - Transition from a project oriented, pre-productive environment to a successful and live productive operation. Méthodologie ASAP

Phase 1: Project Preparation : 

Phase 1: Project Preparation The main deliverables are: Project Charter (mission, business driver, etc…) Project procedures and standard Detailed project plan Technical Requirements planning(order PC ’s,…) Project kickoff Project team training plan (level 1 & 2) Project room setup Project team structure and roles Signoff of project preparation phase

Phase 2: Business Blueprint : 

Phase 2: Business Blueprint The main activities are: Understand current business processes Create To-be business blueprint Define organizational Structure (company, plant, Etc…) Prepare End user training requirements Define conversion and interface requirements Enterprise and Baseline Scope Documents Business blueprint approval Training level 2 Installed R/3 system

Tools Approach : 

Tools Approach The approach uses different tools and accelerators within the context of a single framework called the Implementation Assistant. The Implementation Assistant is the primary tool and framework for executing the approach

Tools Approach : 

The Business Blueprint is documented inside the Q&A database. Re-engineering discipline is build in the Q&A dB since a pre-defined set of questions needs to be answered for all activities. Out of the box thinking is driven through business process questions specific to each activity and a Customer Input template. Tools Approach

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Objectives Identify specific customer business process and management improvement opportunities and Strategy Benchmark the Supply Chain Align SAP and 3rd party solutions to realize these opportunities Develop a business solutions design and Implementation plans Business Process Blueprint Phase 2: Business Blueprint





SD Overview — Sales : 

SD Overview — Sales Primary base for customer order management Highly customizable Sophisticated pricing Integrated ATP Integrated credit management Sampling of functions Inquiries & Quotes Sales Orders Returns Contracts & Scheduling Agreements Consignment Rush Orders & Cash Sales Back Orders & Subsequent Deliveries Credit & Debit Memo Requests

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Sales & Distribution - Pricing -

Pricing : 

Pricing “World-class” functionality Highly customizable & extendible One of the most complex features of SAP Used to determine the net price for a material or an order

Pricing Process : 

Pricing Process Standard pricing calculates the gross price, then applies discounts, surcharges and applicable taxes to arrive at the final pricefinal price = gross price - discounts + surcharges + taxes Cost-plus pricing determines the base cost and applies the appropriate discounts, surcharges and taxesfinal price = cost - discounts + surcharges + taxes

Pricing Components : 

Pricing Components Pricing is based on a matrix of predefined and custom elements Delivered element groups (a.k.a. conditions) Prices Discounts & Surcharges Freight Taxes

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Pricing Procedure In short, the mechanism used to arrive at the final price Considers all of the applicable pricing conditions, e.g. material price, customer discount Is assigned by: sales area, sold-to party and sales document type (e.g. sales order)

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Pricing Procedure The pricing procedure uses what SAP calls “the condition technique”. The pricing condition technique starts with the: Pricing Procedure which looks at Conditions which use Access Sequences which accesses Condition tables which point to A price, discount or other condition ($)

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R/3 Pricing Process UNIFORM

Price Agreements : 

Price Agreements Simple price agreements product customer customer & material customer group & material Detailed price agreements pricing scales rebates customer expected price

Condition Technique : 

Condition Technique The condition technique refers to the method by which the system determines prices from information stored in condition records. Elements Used in the Condition Technique Condition Types Condition Tables Access Sequences Pricing procedures

Condition TypesA condition type is a representation in the system of some aspect of your daily pricing activities : 

Condition TypesA condition type is a representation in the system of some aspect of your daily pricing activities

Condition Tables : 

A condition table defines the combination of fields that identifies an individual condition record Condition Tables

Access Sequences : 

Access Sequences An access sequence is a search strategy that the system uses to find valid data for a particular condition type

Pricing Procedures : 

Pricing Procedures The primary job of a pricing procedure is to define a group of condition types in a particular sequence

From reference step : 

From reference step If you specify a to reference step at the same time, the condition values of the two steps specified and the conditions values of the steps in between are totalled. In this case, percentage surcharges are calculated on the basis of the total. Example: 10 Wages 20 Salaries 30 Overtime/Wages 40 Vacation bonus 10 30 E11 The surcharge for step 40 is added to the total of steps 10 to 30.

Condition determined manually : 

Condition determined manually Conditions, that are given this indicator in the pricing procedure, are only included in determination (price determination, outputdetermination, batch determination) either if they are entered manually

Condition is mandatory : 

Condition is mandatory Indicates whether the condition is mandatory when the system carries out pricing using this pricing procedure. Print ID for condition lines Controls issue of condition lines when printing documents such as order confirmations or invoices.

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Condition subtotal Controls whether and in which fields condition amounts or subtotals (for example, a customer discount or the cost of a material) are stored Requirement If the requirement is fulfilled then output determination also takes into consideration output type or the access sequence, for which the requirement has been specified

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