mySAP Supplier Relationship Management

Besides of web-based electronic procurement, mySAP Supplier Relationship Management also covers topics like sourcing, vendor integration and content management within one single solution.

This solution allows companies to link their business process in a closer way und to build up new vendor relationships.

Due to its integration in SAP components (or third party products) for Supply Chain Management and operative resource planning (ERP), mySAP SRM also offers a complete view of your procurement processes.

Key Info key

SAPSRM 2 days
mySAP SRM Solution Overview
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
SRM210 5 days
SAP Enterprise Buyer Configuration
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
SRM230 8 hours
Delta mySAP SRM 3.0 (OKP)
2004/Q2 Course Description
NET170 3 days
SAP ITS: Administration*
2003/Q2 Course Description Schedule
SRM240 3 days
Requisite Catalog & Content Management
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
* See also SAP NetWeaver Curriculum

mySAP Supplier Relationship Management (mySAP SRM) provides functionality for E-Procurement, strategic sourcing, supplier enablement, and content management in a single solution. The solution enables closer links between companies' business processes and helps build new relationships with suppliers.

mySAP SRM ties together all of your procurement processes through integration with SAP components (or third-party products) for supply chain management (SCM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). SAP NetWeaver is the technical infrastructure for mySAP SRM.

SAPSRM (mySAP SRM Solution Overview), the training course for the mySAP SRM solution, provides an initial overview of the various business processes and components in mySAP Supplier Relationship Management. This course gives a basic knowledge of SRM and simplifies the selection of more in-depth courses . The course also specifically focuses on processes related to SAP Enterprise Buyer.

Before attending detail courses in the mySAP SRM it is important that you have a basic understanding of the business processes in SAP R/3 Materials Management. The recommended training course to acquire this knowledge is SCM500 (Processes in Procurement).

Training course SRM210 (SAP Enterprise Buyer Configuration) provides you with the expert technical and application-specific knowledge necessary in order to be able to participate in an EBP implementation. Here you learn about different implementation scenarios, the technical and application-specific integration steps, and also how to configure an EBP system. The focus of this course is, therefore, EBP Customizing and not the processes themselves .

Training course SRM240 (Requisite Catalog & Content Management), provides an initial overview of the functions of the Requisite catalog, BugsEye . The course concentrates to a large extent on eMerge, the content management tool from Requisite. You also learn about the Product Content Workbench (PCW) as a catalog-content management tool within the Enterprise Buyer System .

The delta course for EBP 4.0/SRM 3.0 is no longer offered. For detailed information, go to http://service.sap.com/okp .

EBP delta workshops are available on request.

To learn more about the technical background, you may consider the following courses (see also the Curriculum SAP System Administration ):

  • BIT400 (SAP Exchange Infrastructure)
  • ADM130 (E-Commerce Administration)
  • NET170 (SAP ITS: Administration)

Note on release status of mySAP SRM courses:

The following course descriptions are based on mySAP SRM 3.0 with SAP EBP 4.0 and SAP Supplier Self-Services 2.0.

 

mySAP Supplier Relationship Management

Besides of web-based electronic procurement, mySAP Supplier Relationship Management also covers topics like sourcing, vendor integration and content management within one single solution.

This solution allows companies to link their business process in a closer way und to build up new vendor relationships.

Due to its integration in SAP components (or third party products) for Supply Chain Management and operative resource planning (ERP), mySAP SRM also offers a complete view of your procurement processes.

Key Info key

SAPSRM 2 days
mySAP SRM Solution Overview
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
SRM210 5 days
SAP Enterprise Buyer Configuration
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
SRM230 8 hours
Delta mySAP SRM 3.0 (OKP)
2004/Q2 Course Description
NET170 3 days
SAP ITS: Administration*
2003/Q2 Course Description Schedule
SRM240 3 days
Requisite Catalog & Content Management
2004/Q3 Course Description Schedule
* See also SAP NetWeaver Curriculum

mySAP Supplier Relationship Management (mySAP SRM) provides functionality for E-Procurement, strategic sourcing, supplier enablement, and content management in a single solution. The solution enables closer links between companies' business processes and helps build new relationships with suppliers.

mySAP SRM ties together all of your procurement processes through integration with SAP components (or third-party products) for supply chain management (SCM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). SAP NetWeaver is the technical infrastructure for mySAP SRM.

SAPSRM (mySAP SRM Solution Overview), the training course for the mySAP SRM solution, provides an initial overview of the various business processes and components in mySAP Supplier Relationship Management. This course gives a basic knowledge of SRM and simplifies the selection of more in-depth courses . The course also specifically focuses on processes related to SAP Enterprise Buyer.

Before attending detail courses in the mySAP SRM it is important that you have a basic understanding of the business processes in SAP R/3 Materials Management. The recommended training course to acquire this knowledge is SCM500 (Processes in Procurement).

Training course SRM210 (SAP Enterprise Buyer Configuration) provides you with the expert technical and application-specific knowledge necessary in order to be able to participate in an EBP implementation. Here you learn about different implementation scenarios, the technical and application-specific integration steps, and also how to configure an EBP system. The focus of this course is, therefore, EBP Customizing and not the processes themselves .

Training course SRM240 (Requisite Catalog & Content Management), provides an initial overview of the functions of the Requisite catalog, BugsEye . The course concentrates to a large extent on eMerge, the content management tool from Requisite. You also learn about the Product Content Workbench (PCW) as a catalog-content management tool within the Enterprise Buyer System .

The delta course for EBP 4.0/SRM 3.0 is no longer offered. For detailed information, go to http://service.sap.com/okp .

EBP delta workshops are available on request.

To learn more about the technical background, you may consider the following courses (see also the Curriculum SAP System Administration ):

  • BIT400 (SAP Exchange Infrastructure)
  • ADM130 (E-Commerce Administration)
  • NET170 (SAP ITS: Administration)

Note on release status of mySAP SRM courses:

The following course descriptions are based on mySAP SRM 3.0 with SAP EBP 4.0 and SAP Supplier Self-Services 2.0.