SAP BW IP - Introduction to Integrated Planning
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SAP BW IP - Introduction to Integrated Planning

Developing skills for strategic & financial planning
2.9 (13 ratings)
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Last updated 4/2015
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Learn SAP BW IP from scratch and be able to use those relevant portions of IP in Unified BPC NW
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Requirements
  • SAP system exposure. Having access to SAP server will help to follow the course much better.
Description

BW IP Stands for BW Integrated Planning and is a corporate strategic planning solution in SAP.

This course contains both the concepts and hands-on, on how to configure the major areas of SAP BW IP.

If you are SAP Consultant (or) you have SAP exposure, you can learn and apply configuration steps in BW IP till designing of BEx Analyzer with front-end as Excel. This course also give an overview on the links of IP in Unified BPC.

This course will help you in:

- system understanding on the configuration steps for BW Integrated Planning

- Conceptual understanding of strategic planning scenarios in corporates

- Understanding the overview on the link between IP and unified BPC,

- engaging on SAP BW Integrated Planning related roles

The audience may include:

  • SAP BW Consultants,
  • SAP Consultants in FI,CO,SD,MM , PP and such other modules
  • SAP BPC Consultants
  • Planning Professionals in SAP
  • SAP End-users
  • Who is the target audience?
    • • SAP BW Consultants,
    • • SAP Consultants in FI,CO,SD,MM , PP and such other modules
    • • SAP BPC Consultants
    • • Planning Professionals in SAP
    • • SAP End-users
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    Curriculum For This Course
    Expand All 15 Lectures Collapse All 15 Lectures 01:31:35
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    Introduction
    1 Lecture 00:29
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    Course Flow
    1 Lecture 00:57

    Takes the students through the structure of this Course Flow.

    The structure shows the sequential steps from scratch till model

    Preview 00:57
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    BW Objects
    1 Lecture 14:26

    Explains BW objects relevant for IP.

    This section shows the creation of base objects in BW for the purpose of Integrated Planning.

    Preview 14:26
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    Data Loading in BW
    1 Lecture 05:52

    Loading sequence and connections in BW for upload.

    Data from excel is uploaded into BW cube and this data is used in our later chapter on model planning.

    Data Loading process in BW
    05:52
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    Understanding Planning Processes
    1 Lecture 09:56

    Explains the concepts & importance of strategic planning in organizations.

    Apart from system knowledge, the practical aspects of planning processes would be helpful to students for better understanding of business planning scenarios. This chapter will give the concepts of planning as normally done in Organisations.

    Understanding Planning Processes
    09:56
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    Planning Modeler
    2 Lectures 15:30

    Explains aggregation levels and creations.

    This chapter will explain on the creation of aggregation level & filter, and covers the difference in practical usage point.

    Aggregation Levels
    07:42

    Explains automated functions, usage and creations.

    The automated functions will help the business users to simulate on what-if scenarios, and also reduce the planning cycle time in organizations.

    Planning Functions
    07:48
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    Design Mode in BEx Analyzer
    1 Lecture 12:52

    Explains the designing of BEx Analyzer and its usage in front-end MS Excel.

    This chapter explains on designing and configuring buttons in excel, and on how business users can just use them by clicking the buttons.

    Design Mode in BEx Analyzer
    12:52
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    Board Meetings & Business Flows
    1 Lecture 08:33

    A practical approach on the drive for strategic planning & business flows, as a concept explanation.

    This chapter indicates on the alignment of strategic planning with vision of the board of directors, and with operational levels in organizations.


    Board Meetings & Business Flows
    08:33
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    Model Planning
    1 Lecture 05:12

    A sales planning scenario with simple and sample what-if scenarios.

    The understanding of this section will help the students to visualize and apply in different planning scenarios and in integrated planning.

    Model Planning
    05:12
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    Multi – provider in IP
    3 Lectures 10:07

    Explains the steps in creating multi-provider.

    Creating Multi-Provider
    05:15

    Explains the creation of aggregation levels.

    Aggregation Levels
    02:09

    Explains the creation of planning functions.

    Planning Functions
    02:43
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    About the Instructor
    Srinivasan Seshadri
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    Srinivasan Seshadri

    Teaching is my passion and I love teaching to bring in value addition to students based on expertise gained in different dimensions over 25 years.

    I have gained expertise in consulting Senior Management, Business Analytics, Corporate Performance Management, ERP, with over 25 years of consulting experience through projects participation across geographies - India, Europe, Scandinavian countries,Middle East, Australia and other APAC countries.