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This course is about SAP Business Planning and consolidation (BPC), that gives an overview about BPC and how it functions. It is helpful for a BPC User or BPC Consultant for planning, Budgeting, Forecasting & Consolidation.
On a single stretch you can complete the course in 2.5 hours.
Course covers Terminologies of BPC, basics of SAP, Reporting and overview of BPC.
In this SAP BPC video training course, Sudheer Babu introduces you to the fundamental skills needed to understand SAP BPC and start creating your own BPC Models and Reports.
This training course not only gives you a thorough insight into how the SAP BPC but is delivered in such a way that everyone who takes the course will have absolutely no problem in understanding all the topics discussed.
This course makes it so easy to learn SAP BPC, you will be developing models and testing out you own in no time. So not to bog you down with theory this course focuses on learning through a hands-on approach and is packed full of practical step by step examples so that you can learn easily from basics.
Whether you're new to SAP or just new to BPC, this SAP BPC course is your guide to rapid, real-world enterprise Tools.
Most SAP courses cost thousands of dollars and only allow you to scratch the surface of what it can do.
While an SAP BPC training curriculum can easy take over 50 days to complete studying full-time with SAP themselves nothing comes close to this video based course delivered by Sudheer Babu who has been working with SAP BPC and SAP BW for Several years.
By the completion of this online training course, you will be fully versed, and capable of working with and creating your own BPC Models and reporting in a commercial Environment.
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|Section 1: Introduction to SAP BPC|
|Section 2: Basic terms of BPC and difference between Master & Transaction Data|
Terminology is important to know before appearing a course. This video explains you various terminology in SAP BPC. There are several terms like Environment,Dimension,Members and so on. They are discussed in detail in the video.
This gives for a new person who is taking up the course and doesn't know about Master Data, Transaction Data and difference between them. This video explains clearly the difference between them. It is used in our day-to-day life.
|Section 3: Master Data Dimensions and Mandatory Dimensions|
It is mandatory to know types of dimensions and their purpose in creating dimensions that will help you in building the data flow. Detailed explanation is given regarding types of dimensions and its purpose.
Explaination on 4 Mandatory Dimensions that are Category,Account,Time & Entity.
These 4 are mandatory to create a Model. Also an explaination on supporting field Reporting currency Local & global.
|Section 4: Hands on with SAP BPC System - Practical sessions|
This Lecture gives you an overview of different screens in BPC like GUI-WEB & EPM and its purpose. With this session you will be able to understand for which kind of activity which screen to access. This will help you to understand further sessions easily.
You create an environment via the Web Client. You can only create an environment using another environment as the basis. When the system is initially installed, an environment with the technical name ENVIRONMENTSHELL is available. This serves as a reference for creating other environments in the system. We caution you against making any changes to ENVIRONMENTSHELL; instead, use it to create a new environment and customize that environment for the application. You should have system administrator access to create an environment.
Dimensions represent the master, text, and hierarchy data for each of the business entities (e.g., accounts, company codes, and categories). Dimensions belong to the environment in which they are configured. Note that dimensions cannot be used or shared across environments.
There are three ways to maintain Master Data.
1. Manually feeding the data in Dimension.
2. Uploading the Master Data into Dimension from Flat File.
3. Extracting data from Business Warehouse/Business Intelligence(BW/BI) Master Data Object into BPC Dimension.
This Lecture covers only first part. Remaining parts are covered in the upcoming Lectures.
This lecture gives detailed process on how to load Master Data Attributes & text using flat file into BPC.
It is also recommended to load Master Data before loading transaction data. Some times there are requirements to load data from flat file and this lecture will show you the process.
Load Master Data using Flat File Part - 2B
This lecture explains about transaction data load using flat file. Reporting part is covered in the further sessions.
This lecture gives you detailed information on BPC Security.How to manage security roles in BPC.
Security Roles Part B
This lecture gives detailed information regarding EPM Add in and it corresponding features that are covered in a broad perspective.
EPM Add In Part B
This lecture gives you brief idea on what is system Landscape and what are Transport request. How do we transport the objects from one system to other system.
This article gives you details about script logic and how to use them in BPC.
FAQ Documents and more details
Transaction Codes for SAP BPC
Programs for SAP BPC
SAP BPC Tables
Hello there. I am sudheer babu.
I am senior SAP Consultant. I would like to call my self a technologist, I am excited
to learn new technologies, working and teaching on them.I have been working on SAP
associated technologies for past 7 years.As far as training goes I have been involved in on site and online Training for the last 4 years in different products and practices including SAP.I have worked with various clients in Telecom, Chip Design, Aircraft Manufacturing and FMCG divisions.
I invite you to an exciting journey into the world of SAP.
Nothing is Impossible . It all depends on how you are Trained on it!