Wish there were somebody who could teach you SAP MM in plain English without all the jargon ? You have come to the right place. This is an example-based, hands-on training series in SAP MM. The goal of this course is to teach you all the major business processes in Material Management, Procurement, Consumption based planning and Physical Inventory - the key process areas in SAP MM. On top of that this course will also teach you how to perform these transactions in SAP, hands-on.
If you are looking to become an SAP MM Functional consultant or an end-user in SAP MM, this course will both "paint the big picture" as well as "show you the weeds" .
What is this course about ?
SAP MM is a very vast subject. It takes at least 30 to 40 hours of learning. The goal of the course is to simplify this process as much as possible. The word "simplify" - that is really the key. This course does not claim to be the most comprehensive course in MM, nor the most advanced course in MM. It has just one goal - to let you learn SAP MM as simple as possible.
How long will this course take to complete ?
This course is designed to tell you everything you need to know about SAP MM in a very gentle way. Since this course is designed from a freshers' perspective, if you are already an SAP functional consultant ( in other areas of SAP ), then the pace of this course might be a bit slow.
- Get Access to an SAP IDES System ( Neither Udemy nor I are authorized to provide you with the same )
- A windows or a Mac Laptop
- Understand the major business processes in SAP MM
- Understand how to complete the business processes in SAP MM
- Understand key technical concepts ( apart from the business processes ) like Movement Types
- This course is NOT just a short HOW-TO. It deals with all the important business processes in SAP MM
I am an SAP SD/MM functional consultant with roughly 12 years of experience in SAP. Teaching has been my passion since a long time and I have been teaching SAP since 2009. I have worked on countless projects in SAP in the US and the rest of the world. I have worked with major companies in the US like Apple, Wal-mart, Adidas, Adobe, Johnson & Johnson etc.
All along, I have worked with numerous SAP consultants with skills that range from absolute rookie to SAP platinum consultants. And the one thing that I found lacking in many beginner level consultants is a lack of proper training. They were just 1 step away from being a good quality SAP consultant. This gap can be easily be filled with high quality training.
SAP, just like any other packaged software can best be learned by example. This has been the focus of all my trainings - Examples and correlating them to real-time scenarios. Once you learn how to co-relate a particular piece of configuration with a real time example, you can become as good as an experienced consultant.