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What Is SAP ERP?

SAP is a German multinational software company known for making enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. ERP software allows organizations to manage business operations, and usually refers to suite of modular applications that collect and integrate data from different aspects of the business. While it is the sole focus of this article, SAP is just one provider of ERP software. Others include: Oracle, Microsoft, Infor Orbis, and Epicor.

Below is a general overview of SAP's modules for enterprise management, implementation methods, and where it stands amongst its competitors.

History of SAP

The product of five ex-IBM employees, SAP started in 1972 as a small software company in Germany with just one customer. The company's name stands for Systems, Applications & Products. Its founders had a vision of producing software that could process data when a user wanted it, rather than in overnight batches as earlier software did. Their first product was a modification of IBM's punch-card data storage, which stored data mechanically and required overnight processing. For their client, the German branch of Imperial Chemical Industries, SAP developed a real-time payroll and punch-card system in 1972.

SAP's ERP started as R/2, named for its real-time architecture and two servers. In later years it was called R/3, for three servers: the application server, production server, and database server. In 2006, SAP released the latest version, ECC 6.0, and in 2013 an Enhancement Package (EHP7) was released.

SAP's Enterprise Resource Planning Modules

A diagram of the SAP ERP modules (previously known as R/3).

A diagram of the SAP ERP modules (previously known as R/3).

SAP's Enterprise Resource Planning Modules

SAP is a leader when it comes to neatly integrated ERP software; its various departmental applications work symphonically. Beyond its basic models, SAP provides industry-specific add-on solutions. The SAP ERP suite contains an enormous number of modules, and the main categories are:

Accounting:

  • Finance (FI)
  • Investment Management (IM)
  • Project Systems (PS)
  • Controlling (CO)
  • Enterprise Controlling (EC)
  • Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM)

Logistics:

  • Material Management (MM)
  • Sales and Distribution (SD)
  • Logistics Execution (LO)
  • Warehouse Management (WM)
  • Plant Maintenance (PM)
  • Customer Service (CS)
  • Fleet Management (FM)
  • Quality Management (QM)
  • Production planning (PP)
  • Environment, Health, and Safety (EH&S)

Human Resources:

  • Organization Management (HR-OM)
  • Personnel Management (HR-PM)
  • Personnel Administration (HR-PA)
  • Personnel Development (HR-PD)
  • Personal Time Management (HR-PT)
  • Payroll (HR-PY)
  • Training and Event Management (HR-TE)
  • Learning Solutions (HR-LSO)
  • Compensation (HR-CM)
  • Enterprise Compensation (HR-ECM)
  • Benefits (HR-BN)
  • Recruitment (HR-PB)
  • Loan (HR-LN)
  • Advance Business Application Programming (HR-ABAP)

Technology:

  • Cross-Application (CA), includes classification systems and workflow
  • Basic Components (BC or BASIS)
  • Programming (ABAP)
  • Security and Authorizations

Other Modules (requiring separate installation):

  • Business Warehouse (BW)
  • Business Intelligence (BI)
  • Knowledge Warehouse (KW)
  • International Demonstration and Education System (IDES)
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Master Data Management (MDM)
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Exchange Infrastructure (XI)
  • Process Integration (PI)
  • Global Trade Services (GTS)
  • Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM)
  • Business Consolidation and Sourcing (BCS)
  • Business Planning and Consolidation (BPC)
  • Corporate Finance Management (CFM)

Some of these modules, particularly those in Finance and Investment Management, can be broken down into sub-categories of modules, such as Accounts Payable or Receivable, Investment Orders, or Investment Support. Specific business operations and industry requirements will determine which modules are needed.

Finance, Controlling, Sales and Distribution, Material Management, and Human Resources are some of the most important sub-modules in SAP. Depending upon the organization needs, a client can buy whatever modules needed. For example, a client can buy FI, SD and MM modules only without buying CO and HR modules.

SAP Modules

As I mentioned earlier, SAP is an ERP system that handles almost all department of an organizations. SAP handles an organizations's Finance , Controlling, Human Resource, Sales, Distribution, Material management, Warehouse, Production, Security, Research and many other departments. Not just that but SAP has a special industry specific solutions for almost all industries such as manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Insurance, Security, Finance, Treasury etc.

SAP FICO, SD and HR are most important modules. FI and CO modules controls finance and controlling respectively. SD controls sales and HR controls Human Resource departments. FICO is a base module which gets highly connected to SD, MM, HR and PS modules.

Let's just talk about some basic SAP modules those are useful for all domains.

Finance (FI), Controlling (CO), Sales & Distribution (SD), Material Management (MM) and Human resources (HR) are some of the most important sub modules in SAP. Depending upon the organization needs, a client can buy whatever modules needed. For example, a client can buy FI, SD and MM modules only without buying CO and HR modules.

Key ERP Modules in Detail

FI: Finance

Finance is the base module. The vital areas it covers includes:

  • General Ledger (GL):
  • Accounts Payable (AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (AR)
  • Asset Accounting (AA)

Taken together, SAP FI and CO are known as FICO and are the most important and popular of the SAP modules.

CO: Controlling

Controlling is a kind of sister module for FI, used for internal reporting, documenting actual events, and informing management decisions by coordinating events with actual and plan data. It includes:

  • Cost Center Accounting (CCA)
  • Profit Center Accounting (PCA)
  • Product Costing (PC)
  • Profitability Analysis (PA)
  • Internal Order (IO)

SD: Sales and Distribution

Sales and Distribution tracks sales and it is also heavily tied up with Material Management. Components of SD include:

  • Customer Master Data
  • Sales Inquiry
  • Delivery and Goods
  • Sales Organizations
  • Sales Conditions
  • Sales Order Processing
  • Billing

Billing is also handled in the FI module.

HR: Human Resources

Human Resource modules handle all personnel information, such as hiring, salary, employee benefits, and so forth. It is highly integrated with FI and CO modules. Its components are:

  • Organization Management (OM)
  • Personnel Management (PM)
  • Personnel Administration (PA)
  • Personnel Development (PD)
  • Personal Time Management (PT)
  • Payroll (PY)
  • Training and Event Management (THE)
  • Learning Solutions (LSO)
  • Compensation (CM)
  • Enterprise Compensation (ECM)
  • Benefits (BN)
  • Recruitment (PB)
  • Loan (LN)

PS: Project System

The Project System module assists with both large- and small-scale projects, such as a product launch, building a manufacturing facility, or holding a conference. PS comprises:

  • Budgeting
  • Planning
  • Forecasting
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Breaking down processes into individual activities (work packages)
  • Distinguishing between externally and internally financed projects

Like HR, the PS module is highly integrated with the FICO modules.

SAP modules in details

Here I try to explain some of the top modules in more details.

SAP FI (Finance) : Finance module consider to be the base module. It covers vital areas such as General Ledger (GL), Account payable (AP), Account Receivable (AR) and Asset Accounting (AA). SAP FI and CO together known as FICO and it is consider as King of SAP modules.

Controlling (CO): Controlling is kind of sister module for FI. Controlling mostly use for internal controlling and internal reporting. It includes cost center accounting, (CCA), Profit center accounting (PCA) Product costing (PC), Profitability Analysis (COPA) and Internal Order (IO).

Sales & Distribution (SD): SD is predominantly controls sales and it is also heavily tied up with MM. It controls customer master data, sales, plants, sales organizations and sales conditions.

Human Resource (HR) : HR modules handles all human resource activities such as resource hiring, salary, employee benefits etc. It is highly integrated with FI and CO modules.

Project System (PS) : Project system module is a special for project related activities. It comprise budgeting, planning, forecasting, work breakdown structure for projects. PS module is again highly integrated with FICO modules.

SAP Implementation

What Is ASAP Methodology?

SAP ASAP Methodology diagram, explaining the implementation process.

SAP ASAP Methodology diagram, explaining the implementation process.

ASAP Methodology is a standardized road map forefficiently and completely implementing an SAP system. Generally, it consists of the following phases:

  1. Project Preparation: Initial planning, setting of goals and timelines, and identifying team members.
  2. Scope Validation: Achieve an understanding of how the organization intends to use SAP for their business goals, including the identification of business process delta requirements and how SAP can provide solutions for current processes. Consists of extensive process documentation.
  3. Realization: Once the business delta requirements have been defined, this phase moves forward with the implementation of those requirements. Also includes testing in time-boxed iterations before going live.
  4. Final Preparation: Completion of cutover activities, such as rehearsal and end-user training. Prepare to go live.
  5. Go-Live Support: SAP modules go live with sustained support.
  6. Operate: Fine tune applications and interactions with applications.

There are a few variations on the standard methodology, such as an Agile method which replaces the Scope Validation phase with a Lean Blueprint phase. The required method will depend on your organization's specific needs.

Market Share and Competition

ERP Market Share

SAP Market Share and Revenue

SAP is a leader in ERP industry. As recently as 2013, SAP controlled the largest single share of the worldwide ERP software market at 24 percent. Its closest rival was Oracle, with its 12 percent market share. The company's full-year revenue for 2014 was €17.56 billion, up 4% from 2013. According to Forbes, the growth could be attributed to a surge in cloud subscriptions as the company shifts its focus to cloud-based software.

Although Oracle is a leader in data storage, SAP is the best in integration among modules. Moreover, SAP's HANA product poses a strong challenge to Oracle's dominance in data storage. SAP ERP is most adaptable to different business models and needs. SAP is a reliable ERP system for both large multinational companies and small organisations.

Further Reading on SAP

This has been a general overview of SAP ERP software, including the available modules, implementation methodology, and its market share. The following articles go more in-depth into specific SAP issues:

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2013 ktnptl

Comments

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Thanks

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Tjafary on October 02, 2015:

HI what's the best way to get back into SAP HR after a career break of 7 years? What should I focus on learning in order to become hire able again?

Thx

sanjay kumar on September 29, 2015:

Hi,

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Manoj on August 18, 2015:

Hi,

I went through all the conversation and found it very useful. I would like to than hub author for such a nice information and quick reply of queries.

I would like to ask few things. As I am preparing for sap sd and it is not any recognised institute. Once my course is completed then how and where can i apply for a freshers job? Also please share some SD related documents if posible.

My mail id- imanojdey@gmail.com.

Thanks & Regards

Manoj

sneh on July 19, 2015:

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ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on July 12, 2015:

It all depends what's your interests are. If you are interested/experienced in accounting, then go for FICO if not and still have business process interest then choose SD/MM/PP/WM modules. If you are interested in technical reporting and coding then choose ABAP.

Please let me know your experience and education so I can better help.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on July 12, 2015:

Hello Chitta Sir,

From your accounting experience, it seems you are a perfect fit for FICO module. If you really want to get in SAP career, FICO will be a comfortable module. I will be emailing you some more details in couple days.

Regards

Amer on July 12, 2015:

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IMP on June 23, 2015:

Hi,

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ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on June 20, 2015:

Hello Siri,

SAP HR is a hot module and I am sure you can excel with your MBA in SAP.

Earlier, companies were not keen to install SAP HR module but nowadays they want to implement it to be in sync with other departments. You can get better success in SAP HR than as an IT recruiter.

siri on June 19, 2015:

Hi,

Am done with my MBA with HR and Marketing as my specializations .

Could someone advise me what to take in HR module of SAP and what to be done further.

I have got some offers as IT recruiter but didnt go for it.

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Engineer Asif on June 14, 2015:

Your explanation, but I am new person, I want to learn SAP software. Give me some important tips for learning the SAP software.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on June 12, 2015:

Hello Priya,

ERP is a general term for many software. SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, JD Edward, Dynamics and many others considered as ERP software. In short, SAP is one of the ERP software. For example, Norton is an antivirus software. Let me know if you need more clarification on this.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on June 12, 2015:

Hello Brijesh, with MBA and 18 years experience in accounting is a great plus for SAP FICO. Actually you are in a great position to be in SAP FICO as you can easily get all the accounting entries. If you are in India, I suggest to go with a reputed institute which also help you get certification. To get a starting job in SAP, certification helps in a great way.

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Brijesh on June 06, 2015:

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Iyke on May 27, 2015:

Wow! You really did justice to your explanation of SAP for beginners. Excellent articulation, perfect presentation and straight-to-the-point analysis. Welldone sir!

jahid on May 22, 2015:

Hello is it to use sap in a large hospital

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on May 07, 2015:

Hello Sudheer, SAP HR is a great field and it is in good demand nowadays. Unfortunately I have information and knowledge in SAP FICO , SD and MM only. But I recommend you to take a course/coaching instead just studying yourself. This way you will be better prepared for the job. Hope this is helpful.

Sudheer on May 05, 2015:

Hi,

It is very useful for the beginners to know what exactly SAP is. Right now I am learning SAP HR. Please send the material and some important questions on it. If you have possibility, Please share the material and your views to sudheerreddy257@gmail.com. Have a good day.

Looking forward to hear from you...

violet on April 18, 2015:

What learn in sap???

Amro on April 16, 2015:

I'm an MIS major and i am taking SAP test next semester , I am just wondering what are the most important point to pass this test with the minimum score that is accepted by the orgnizatons ?

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parveen on March 16, 2015:

there is any course available to learn sap

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on March 02, 2015:

Thanks a lot Amruth

Quintas Makhotla on February 23, 2015:

Hi I'm working at the Post office. And I wanna study FICO. N I'm also interested in HR.

My question is. Do I need to have a Finance or HR certificate/Diploma. In order to apply fo those posetions.

Thanx for the explanation of SAP

AMRUTH KUMAR on February 20, 2015:

ya its really amazing to understand what is the sap what is role in industry thank q very much .

Franck on February 17, 2015:

I have working in oil industry and I'm interested by SAP training, could you please advise me a center from which I can get the course and material to learn this ERP.

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Yolanda on February 04, 2015:

Can you please send me information on SAP (sales & distribution)

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Thanks

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on February 02, 2015:

Thanks.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on February 02, 2015:

Thanks Sudhin.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on February 02, 2015:

Hello Smruti, It really depends what's your interest. If you have some understanding in Finance /Accounting than SAP FICO, otherwise SAP SD, SAP MM are nice modules. But if you are more technical, go for SAP HANA. It will be a hotcake in future.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on February 02, 2015:

SAP has a warehouse solution. It is called SAP Warehouse or SAP WM. It is closely related to SAP material management (SAP MM) and SAP Production Planning (SAP PP).

LSR on January 28, 2015:

Very good information to a beginner.

sudhin on January 28, 2015:

Good info...

smruti ranjan tarai on January 24, 2015:

sir, i am compliting my MCA,,,so i wang go with SAP,,,pl tell this is best for me or not...pl

Anna on January 19, 2015:

That's not just logic. That's really sensbile.

SUBODH KUMAR on January 06, 2015:

Sir presently i am serving in air force and very soon i am going to leave this service after completion of 20 years and further i want to do some job related to sap/erp. Please suggeste me which module of sap will be helpful for me to find the related job.

Ashok on January 06, 2015:

Excellent articulation and very easy to learn basic thing on SAP for beginners:)

Please provide more details on SD and please email it to me my ID is akkinen161983@gmail.com

I would like to know basic information on CERPS and MERPS.

kindly request you to do the needful.

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on December 21, 2014:

R/2 is two tier architecture while R/3 is three tier. There were R/2 before but it has been replaced by R/3 long ago.

sharayu on December 20, 2014:

Really its very important information ...But please give clear difference between R/2 & R/3

Ying.R on December 11, 2014:

Really thank you for your clear and understandable explanation. I wonder if you can draw a picture of the relationship of 3 servers you mentioned in R/3 ,it will be very helpful for beginners to understand deeply the differences between R/2 and R/3.

Cuba on December 03, 2014:

Thank you

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on November 18, 2014:

SAP is very powerful and robust ERP system. As I mentioned in the hub, it contains many different modules and industry specific solutions. Technical knowledge is not mandatory to learn SAP, rather you need to have good business sense and ability to learn new things. You can learn this software from SAP itself and from SAP authorized partners. SAP certification is not necessary but it can be useful for beginners to get job.Once you get a project, it all depends how you can learn from there. There are many materials available on net and I will try to provide some more materials via my hubs and blog. Hope you all succeed in what you do.

shaikh aana on November 18, 2014:

I also wanted to know abt sap more...& from where I complete the certification...in it pls tell me

Jose Tavares on November 18, 2014:

I see SAP to be a very powerfull software which can lead most of us to become more better, if anyone cane send to me a copy of SAP Material or Modules, please send to me on this address: josemateus78@yahoo.co.uk

Isaac on November 15, 2014:

Very useful info.......could someone share his SAP FICO material with me ?

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Kiran on November 09, 2014:

Good info...

ktnptl (author) from Atlanta, GA on November 08, 2014:

Thank you very much all who like my article. I am planning to post more articles on basic understanding of each modules such as FICO, SD and MM. Please let me know if you have any better suggestions.

ritu rawat on November 07, 2014:

thanks for sharing SAP information..

Gedeon MUHIRE on November 05, 2014:

Very useful. Can we share the knowledge with your nearest representative in Est Africa Region,especially in Rwanda?

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kenyhin on November 03, 2014:

Thanks for the information about SAP its help me a lot.

rita on October 29, 2014:

RITA

hi. am a BA student completed course in coress. wat kind of course s better fr me to get good job pls suggest.

Hitesh on October 28, 2014:

I didn't know the existence of SAP till my friend told me he wants to learn Enterprise resource planning.But after reading this article,I know what is SAP,and what it can do.

Thanks

Iqra Fatima on October 23, 2014:

Hello! Thanks for sharing god information may i know what is the procedure to sit in exam? and which is most demanding module ?

Thanks

subeer singh on October 21, 2014:

i want to know more abaout it and also want to know abaut all institutions in india which is cirtified.

e-mail id :subeersingh062@gmail.com

and thanks a lot

ayesha on October 14, 2014:

I got more knowledge about sap....thank u so much

Iqra Fatima on October 13, 2014:

Thanks for info!

My question: is it up to us which module we prepare or we need to study whole module? or also plz also give information how i get certification in SAP?

jitendra pawar on October 03, 2014:

Want to join SAP course .

Please suggest me any institutions name where I can join course at Mumbai Chembur.

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lety on October 01, 2014:

Hi,

its a very good explanation to get an idea about what is a SAP and its modules. I request someone to share SAP SD material through which we can become experts. If possible please send me a copy to lmoemba2000@yahoo.co.uk

Vamsi on September 15, 2014:

Nice information,very use full to all those who wants to know about SAP.

Ishwarya on September 15, 2014:

Can you please share SAP-HR material?

Prashanth on September 11, 2014:

Hi,

It was very good explanation about SAP. I am planning to learn SAP BO module. currently am working as Dot net developer. Am intrested to get into SAP. Because of low payscale, Can anyone suggest me........ Thanks.

uwagwu Daniel on September 09, 2014:

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Afaz Tahir Khohhar on September 07, 2014:

It was very concise and well explained material... thanks for sharing the knowledge in a beautiful simple way

Ashish Chavan on September 07, 2014:

Hi,

it's a very good explanation to get an idea about what is a SAP and its modules. I request someone to share SAP MM material through which we can become experts. If possible please send me a copy to ashish.chavan8888@gmail.com.

Bilal on September 06, 2014:

Hi this is very fruitful plz share sap fico and it's sub modules or plz send Razab87@yahoo.com

Thanks

Eugene BM on September 05, 2014:

Thanks, this is what i needed realy

Raveendra on August 28, 2014:

Excellent!! Introduction for SAP Aspirants.

I'am also doing my SAP SD in Bangalore. I like to be in the network of people who are already in the SAP SD, new comers and Experts. So below is my mail ID.

raveendra.hn1@gmail.com

I thank you once again for the author of this article and request you to share something more about SAP SD.

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h on August 27, 2014:

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Ahmed on August 20, 2014:

Thanks for such a superb info and point to point info in such a user frndly language.. Is SAP tutorials available on youtube??

Ahmed on August 10, 2014:

Sap has indroduces new version 0.9 can we know abou that version

sudhakar on July 31, 2014:

Brief information about SAP for new beginners

Salma on July 16, 2014:

Wow! A very detail and easy to understand article about SAP. Weldon.

I hope you will write about SD someday.

oderinde adebayo on July 12, 2014:

This is a good write up on SAP. Keep it up

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