SAP – QM – Course Content

SAP QM (Quality Management) assures that products meet stringent regulatory standards which are safe and uniform and meet company product specifications. Its processes are tightly integrated into the manufacturing process. This module covers all classic quality management tasks, such as quality planning (setup of data for QM tasks), quality inspection and control.
Training Objectives of QM:
SAP QM (Quality management) application component in SAP R/3 System supports tasks associated with quality planning, quality inspection and quality control and it also controls the creation of quality certificates and manages problems with the help of quality notifications.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students must be aware of the concepts in SAP and Knowledge Required Business Concepts.
Quality Management Introduction
QM Introduction
Overview of Quality Management
Features and Benefits of SAP QM
Main Functions of QM Functional Consultant
Quality Management Tables/Tcode
Important QM Tables
List of SAP QM Transaction Codes 1
List of SAP QM Transaction Codes 2
QM in Logistics
Introducing QM in Procurement
Control Key for Quality Management in Procurement
Define Keys for Certificate Processing
Define Delivery Block Tables
Define Document Types Tables
Define Status of Supply Relationships
Solution for wrong confirmation and wrong usage decision(UD)
Calibration of test equipment
Vendor Blocked for Quality Reasons
Adding Extra Field On Notification
Batch Management – Batch Classification Configuration
QM Workflow For Material Setup
QM in Production
Introducing QM in Procurement
Create Description
Maintaining the Material Master Data
QM view in material master
QM Inventory Posting
Settings Required for a Material Inspection
Reverse Goods Receipt Postings or GRN
QA: Make/Buy Material – Inspection Problem
Quality Certificate
QM Inspection method printing
QM Insp. Type for SD Delv. in Returned Gds
Inspection Lot in Inventory Movement
Source Inspection
How to do Source Inspection in QM
Procedure For Source Inspection
What is Source Inspection