SAP MM integration with all SAP modules (FI PP PM QM SD WM)

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Learn how to integrate SAP MM module with other SAP modules viz. FI, PP, QM, WM, SD. Become an SAP Consultant / Manager.

What you'll learn
  • SAP module integration concepts
  • Become an SAP Consultant/Manager
  • Prepare for SAP Certification exam for MM, PP, FICO, SD, WM, PM, QM modules
  • SAP MM integration with FI module
  • SAP MM integration with PP module
  • SAP MM integration with QM module
  • SAP MM integration with WM module
  • SAP MM integration with SD module
  • SAP MM integration with PM module

  • Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world!

SAP MM (Materials Management) module integrates well with other SAP modules viz.
  1. SAP PP (Production Planning)
  2. SAP SD (Sales and Distribution)
  3. SAP WM (Warehouse Management)
  4. SAP FICO (Finance and Controlling)
  5. SAP QM (Quality Management)
  6. SAP PM (Plant Maintenance)
Uplatz provides this dedicated training focusing on SAP MM module's integration with other SAP modules.
Learn step-by-step how to allow data flow and control flow between SAP MM and other SAP modules viz. PP, SD, WM, FICO, QM, PM.
SAP MM is one of the critical components in SAP ECC. Part of SAP ECC's logistics function, SAP MM plays a vital role in a manufacturer's supply chain and integrates with other ECC components like Production Planning (PP), Sales and Distribution (SD), Plant Maintenance (PM), Quality Management (QM), Finance (FI), Controlling (CO), and Asset Management (AM).

MM with PP module - SAP MM deals with the material procurement on the basis of Production required, therefore it is linked with PP module. It is integrated in the area like MRPs, Receipt and Issue material against Production Order.
Material Requirement Planning is based on Stocks, expected receipts, expected issues. It generates planned orders or purchase requisitions which can be converted into Purchase Order/ Contract. Inventory Management is responsible for the staging of the components required for production orders.The receipt of the finished products in the warehouse is posted in Inventory Management.

MM with SD module - SAP SD module is proportionally linked with MM module because it uses the information of the material when creation of sales order or when the quantity sent for production.
It is integrated in the area like Delivery, Availability Check, Stock Transfer Requirements etc. As soon as the Sales order is created, can initiate a dynamic availability check of stock on hand.When the delivery is created, the quantity to be delivered is marked as schedule for delivery. It is deducted from the total stock when the goods issue is posted. PO can be directly converted to delivery for a stock transfer requirement.

MM with WM module - The SAP WM module is related to MM module because it maintains information about the material storage and material transfer inside the organization.

MM with FICO module - The FI module is linked with MM module because every operation performed in MM Module like Goods Receipt and Invoice Receipt directly impact the financial operation of the organization.
It is integrated in the area like Material Valuation, Vendor Payment, Material Costing, etc.Whenever inventory posting are debited, it updates the G/L Accounts online in the background. Logistic Invoice Verification will vendor liability in vendor account immediately on posting the document. Any advance given again update the PO History. For every Inventory Posting is corresponding CO document to update profit center accounting reporting Finished Goods costing is link through MM and PP. Procurement of capital item cost can be directly booked against asset number.

MM with QM Module - The MM module is integrated with QM for Quality Inspection at Goods Receipt.
In the case of goods movement, the system determines whether the material is subject to an inspection operation. If so, a corresponding activity is initiated for the movement in the Quality Management System. Based on quality parameters vendor evaluation is done.

MM with PM module - The material/service requirement is mentioned in Maintenance Order. This leads to generation of PR. This PR is converted to PO by MM. The goods for a PO will be in warded to Maintenance by MM. The spares which were reserved for maintenance order will be issued by MM against the reservation number.

Following are the main components of SAP MM that are closely integrated with other SAP modules in order to allow smooth flow of information between the different processes involved in an organization.
Purchasing - allow user to control the entire purchasing process
Inventory Management - allow users to keep track of the material in stock. It also helps user to perform operation like Goods Receipt, Goods Issue and Physical Stock Transfer
Invoice Verification - allow users to verify invoice from vendor. The invoices compared with Purchase Order and Goods Receipt in the following three ways:- Content, Price and Quantity
Physical Inventory - allow users to keep track of the material stored in an organization
Valuation - allow users to calculate the value of all fixed and current assets, along with all payable, at a certain time and with the legal appropriate legal requirements.
Material Requirement Planning - it helps user to create a material procurement plan for a plant and company
Material Master - helps user to manage all the materials related data.
Service Master - helps an organization keep records of the services that is procures
Foreign Trade / Customs - allow users to manage the export and import merchandise among different custom territories.
Who this course is for:
  • SAP Consultants and End Users
  • Newbies wishing to make a career in SAP
  • SAP MM, PP, PM, QM, SD, WM, FICO Consultants
  • SAP Project Managers
  • Store Supervisors
  • SAP Support Analysts
  • Production Engineers
  • Inventory Specialists
  • ERP Professionals
  • Anyone aspiring to become SAP Consultant / Manager / End User
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