SAP – Project System Content

SAP PS (Project System provides) is one of best tools to track project milestone, costs and resources. This module is tightly coupled with the Costs Controlling, Human Resources and Logistics modules. It uses the records from HR, rolls costs into Controlling and linking to materials or customers in the Logistics modules. Using this Module you can manage your Large and Small projects, including Make to order, Plant shut downs (as a project), Third party billing (on the back of a project).
Training Objectives of SAP PS:
SAP PS module is a Project management tool in SAP. It is basically designed to co-ordinate and controls all the phases of a project, in direct co ordination with purchasing and controlling, from quotation to design and approval, to recourse management and cost settlement. It is used to track the project milestone, costs and resources.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Student must be familiar with concepts in SAP and Basic knowledge of project management is required.
Project Management / Project System
Project types & PS
Planning Types
Project Vs Project System
Integration with Other modules
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Sub networks
Standard structures
Project Builder
Project planning board
Structure Planning
Mass Change
Status Management
Types of Dates
Settings for Scheduling Parameters
Presentation of Dates in the Graphics
Scheduling Functions
Dates in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Scheduling the Work Breakdown Structure
Network Scheduling
Scheduling the Overall Network
Overall Network Scheduling with Selection Option
Scheduling with Service/Maintenance Orders
Cost Planning
Orders for Projects
Project Cost Forecast
Budget Management for Projects
Availability Control
Commitments Management (CO)
Funds Commitment (Cost Centers, Internal Orders, Projects)
Automatic and Periodic Allocations
Revenues and Earnings
Billing Plans in WBS Elements
Project-Related Incoming Orders
Transfer Prices for Projects
Sales Pricing and Quotation Creation
Resource-Related Billing
CPR and Valuation of Semi-Finished Constructions
Project Cash Management
Manual Payment Planning
Calculating the Payment Flow Automatically
Recording Actual and Commitment Payment Data
Capacity Leveling in the Project System
Executing Capacity Leveling (PS)
Workforce Planning
Procurement Management
Material Assignment to Networks
Activating Requirements
Material Availability Check
Activating Requirements
Material Assignment to Standard Networks
Project Stock
Grouping for Individual Project Planning
Bill of Material Transfer
Delivery from Projects
Monitoring Dates
Assembly Processing in the Project System
Project-Oriented Procurement (ProMan)
Production Resources/Tools (PRT)
PRT – Detail Study
Production Resource/Tool (PRT) Availability Check
Confirmation Directly in the Project System
Creating Simulation Versions
Transfer of Operative Data and Simulation Data
Evaluating Simulation Versions
Project Version – detail study
Project Versions in the Information System
Project Progress
Progress Analysis Process
Milestone Trend Analysis (MTA)
Progress Tracking
Preparation and Customizing
Standard Tasks in the Project System
User-Defined Standard Tasks and Workflow Tasks in Milestones
Purchase Order Change
Configuration Change Management (PS)
Project Information System
Working with the Information System
Technical Project Reports
Commercial Project Reports
Project Summarization
Reports on Resources
PS Projects – overview