SAP HCM (HR)

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SAP HCM manages all functions from hiring an employee to its final termination in organization. It consist various sub components such as Personnel Management, Organizational Management (OM), Time Management and Payroll. SAP HR/ HCM module is also integrated with other modules such as Financial Accounting (FI) and Controlling (CO), Production Planning, Material management, Customer Relationship Management and so on.

This training provides and introduction to SAP for HR, or HCM as it is known. HCM is covering following functions

  1. Organizational Management
  2. Personnel Administration
  3. Payroll
  4. Recruitment
  5. Training & Events Management
  6. Personnel Development
  7. Compensation Management
  8. Time Management
  9. Management and Employee Self Services
  10. Reporting
Different Types of SAP Consultants:

As far as SAP certified professional consultants are concerned, the categorization is done on the basis of their domains. Mainly, there are four extensive SAP consultant types:                                

  1. Business/ Sales Consultant: Emphasis on getting customers involved without knowing much about SAP
  2. Functional Consultant:  Accountable for adapting SAP as per customer request. They work closely with technical team to program in ABAP as per the customer’s requirements. -
  3. Developer Consultant: These consultants are consider to be technical or developers which do programming in ABAP and Java languages.
  4. Basis Consultant: These consultant manages the SAP servers and Databases and help in deployments, releasing / installing, maintenance and performance of the Applications.
What are the benefits of taking this SAP HR course?
  1. Understanding of SAP ERP Human Capital Management functionality and be able to outline the major functional areas.
  2. Hands on HCM Structures including Personnel and Organizational as well as HCM Business Processes.
  3. Understanding of HCM processes and the integration within HCM and with other solutions/process
Who can take this course?
  1. Below candidates can enroll for SAP HCM / HR training & certification
  2. Candidate who have 3 years of SAP functional experience.
  3. Candidate with minimum bachelor degree in HR
  4. Since no experience Required, so any candidate with basic knowledge of GUIs, and a strong desire to learn SAP HCM
  5. Any candidate who is Time management & Payroll Experts
  6. All SAP HCM functional consultants
  7. All SAP end users
  8. Existing Company HRs and Managers
  9. Project team members like, IT - Business analysts, Quality Assurance / Testing or Project Managers
At the end of course:
  1. At conclusion at this course, you will have an overview of the various components in R3 Human Capital Management.
  2. Will have detailed view of aspects of SAP HCM career, job introduction, recommended learning materials.
  3. Our classes are practical oriented with real time scenarios, which helps you to gain knowledge on field experience and also can helpto face interviews perfectly.
What does a SAP technical/functional analyst do?

The main responsibilities of a Techno Functional analyst is:

  1. To support business processes and apply this expertise to defined business requirement or resolve the business problems.
  2. To Design, develop and deliver solutions through system configuration or through Java / ABAP technical development according to business requirements.
  3. Interact and work with SMEs or business process owners to assist  in process or system improvement through enhancements or new developments.
  4. Requirement and Technical documentation of these processes.
  5. Design and Develop of the system
  6. Testing and managing project plans, assist in Test Cases for Quality Assurance and UATs (User Acceptance Testing).
  7. Deploying and Installing the applications.
Logging On to the System:

SAP R/3 Model
 

 

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a business management software—usually a suite of integrated applications—that a company can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from many business activities, including:-

  1. Product planning, cost and development
  2. Manufacturing or service delivery
  3. Marketing and sales
  4. Inventory management
  5. Shipping and payment

ERP provides an integrated view of core business processes, often in real-time, using common databases maintained by a database management system.

SAP stands for "Systems Applications and Products." The original SAP idea was to provide customers with the ability to interact with a common corporate database for a comprehensive range of applications.

SAP R/3 is a client/server based application, using 3-tiered model where:

  1. the presentation layer, or client (SAPGUI), interfaces with the user (transactions are called at this level);
  2. the application layer houses all the business-specific logic and processes data (at this level transactions are executed);
  3. the database layer records and stores all the information about the system, including transactional and configuration data.