SAP Quality Management - SAP QM - Training Course

Complete Guide to the SAP Quality Management course. We will discuss all aspects of Quality Management Consultancy
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Published 7/2015 English

Course Description

Introduction to SAP Quality Management (QM)

Quality Management (QM) is an integral part of the logistics function and within the SAP system it is fully integrated with complementary components including Materials Management (MM), Plant Maintenance (PM), and Production Planning (PP). Quality management is important to the warehouse, inspecting incoming material as it arrives at the facility and for manufacturing operations, where the quality of in-process items are checked during manufacturing process and finished goods are inspected before they reach the warehouse.

Quality Management Components

The QM module covers three distinct areas of planning, notifications and inspections. The quality planning function allows your quality department to plan inspections for goods receipts from vendors and production, work in process and stock transfers. A quality notification can be used to request action to be taken by the quality department. This may be to review an internal problem, an issue with items from a vendor or a customer complaint. The quality inspection is the physical inspection using specifications defined in quality planning.

Planning

In SAP the quality inspection plans defines how an item is to be inspected. The plan also establishes how the inspection is to take place, the item characteristics to be inspected and all the required test equipment that is needed for the inspection.

The inspection plan is an important part of the QM planning process. The plan defines which characteristics of the item are to be inspected in each operation and what kind of test equipment is required for the inspection.

Notifications

The quality notification records a problem that is either identified by a customer against a product that is produced by your company, or by your company against the product of a vendor. A notification can also be raised internally to report a quality issue that has arisen on the production line or somewhere at the facility. You can assign a quality notification to an existing QM order to create a new order for the specific notification.

Inspections

A quality inspection occurs when someone in the quality department inspects an item as determined by the inspection planning functionality. An inspection is based on one or more inspection lots, where a lot is a request to inspect a specific item. Inspection lots can be created manually by a user or automatically by the SAP system. There are a number of events that can trigger an automatic inspection lot. Most inspection lots are automatically triggered by a movement of materials, such as a goods receipt or a goods issue. But other events like the creation or release of a production order, the creation of deliveries or a transfer of stock in the warehouse.

The inspection lot functionality allows an inspection of a product in the warehouse. The product can be a finished product, a raw material, or a piece of equipment that is used in the facility. When an inspection is performed the results of the inspection should be recorded for each of the inspection characteristics. The inspection lot can be accepted as being within tolerance or can be rejected if the inspection finds that the results do not reach the prescribed specification for a certain characteristic.

When the inspection is complete for the inspection lot, a usage decision can be made as to whether the material can be accepted or rejected. After the quality department has made a usage decision the inspection is technically closed.

Reporting

SAP provides a number of reports for the quality management team. The material defects report can show the number of times an item has been in a defect status. The vendor defect report shows the frequency of failed material by vendor. By examining inspection lots for goods receipts, a quality department can highlight vendors who are supplying goods that frequently fail inspection. The customer defect report shows the defects that were found on inspections for outbound deliveries. This is important as it can help get defects resolved which will improve customer satisfaction and customer service.

What are the requirements?

  • Basic level of Computer knowledge

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Complete Understanding of SAP Quality Management module.
  • SAP QM - quality management Training reference
  • All modules of SAP Quality management
  • Quality Inspection Training
  • Quality Notifications
  • Certificate Profiles
  • and much more

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone intrested in PLM QM
  • Quality Management consultants

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Curriculum

Section 1: About us and our Company
About US
Preview
01:56
Section 2: Introduction
Introduction to SAP QM
Preview
04:22
Section 3: Quality Management Overview
Quality Inspection Process
Preview
05:47
Creation Of Inspection Plan
01:43
Creation Of Inspection Lot
03:11
Results Recording
04:17
Quality Certificates And SAP Reports
02:14
Section 4: Quality Planning
Features Of Quality Planning
03:22
Basic Data & Specific Data
07:03
Inspection Characteristics‚ Features And Use
03:37
Section 5: Quality Inspection
Introduction To Quality Control
01:10
Quality Level Control Charts
08:44
Vendor Evaluation
10:34
How To Create Control Charts
02:47
How To Create Vendor Evaluation
03:11
Section 6: Quality Control
Introduction To Quality Control
00:52
Quality Level Control Charts
08:44
Vendor Evaluation
10:34
How To Create Control Charts
02:47
How To Create Vendor Evaluation
03:11
Section 7: Quality Certificates
Basic Sapscript
04:08
Quality Certificates Introduction
00:32
Introduction To Quality Certificates‚ Features‚ Planning Of Quality Certificates
08:38
Condition Technique‚ Forms For Quality Certificates
05:28
Certificate Profiles‚ Profile Characteristics‚ Creating And Defining Certificate
07:13
Certificate Creation‚ Dispatching Certificate Manually
07:12
Certificate Creation
02:14
Certificate Profile
02:17
Dispatching Certificate Profile
02:14
Section 8: Quality Notification in Detail
Quality Notification Introduction
00:32
Quality Notification - Complaints
05:47
Creating and processing Quality Notifications
06:19
Document Flow in Quality Notifications
07:44
Quality Notifications - Items / Defects
08:56
Status Management for Tasks in Quality Notifications
05:21
Status Management for Tasks - Corrective Tasks
05:41
Selecting and Evaluating Quality Notifications
05:05
Time line of Quality Notifications
07:05
Assigning and changing Users Status in Quality Notifications
04:15
Processing return deliveries to Vendors in Quality Notifications
04:26
Functions in return processing for deliveries in Quality Notifications
04:31
Quality notifications on the internet
07:08
Section 9: Test Equipment Management
Test Equipment Management - Purpose
07:08
Test Equipment Management - Maintenance Task List
07:52
Test Equipment Management - Creating of master Data
06:26
Creating task list with QM data
07:18
How to create a Quality notification
02:15
Displaying Action Log
00:58
Displaying Document Log
01:04
Displaying Time Line Of Notification
01:07
Item And Task
00:58
Selection Notofications
02:06
Create Test Equipment
01:47
Create Measuring Points Or Counters
01:33
Create Maintenance Plan
01:40
Assigning Task List
01:28
Section 10: Controls In Logistics
Logistics Controls - Purpose
06:26
Vendor Evaluation
05:36
Source inspections
06:48
Quality Assurance Agreement
06:46
Manufacture Part Number Processing in QM
07:08
Section 11: Quality Management in Production
Quality Management in Production - Purpose
05:19
Planning Inspection during Production
06:48
Processing Inspection during Produciton
06:45
Processing Inspection during Production 2
04:45
Transfer inspection result to batch class
06:52
Reassign partial lots
05:13
Section 12: Quality Management in Sales and Distribution SD
Quality Management in SD - Purpose
05:20
Effect of Delivery processing
07:21
Section 13: General Functions in QM
Quality Related Costs
06:31
Managing Quality related Costs
05:30
Create and maintain QM orders
07:54
Copying QM orders
04:30
Deleting Assignments
05:44
Worklists
09:41
Triggering Source Inspections
08:46
Triggering recurring inspections Manually
04:31
Result Recording
06:56
Creating Worklists
08:25
Processing inspection Lots not completed
06:31
Collective usage Decision for Inspection lots
07:54
Create Qm Order
02:29
Create Job Varient
02:29
Schedule Job varient
01:41
Triggering Source Inspection Manually
01:48
Change Inspection Lot
02:13
Result Recording
02:34

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Instructor Biography

SAP Aid inc, SAPAid ERP Systems Training and Certificaiton

The foundation for my career is a master degree in business administration and auditing. At the beginning of my career I worked as auditor and group financial controller, where I learned the finance fundamentals both from an auditors point of view and from an internal reporting point of view. My work experience comes from both IT and finance departments in global organizations and have more than 12 years experience with SAP implementation projects in global production, construction and project organizations. Currently, I am Senior Manager at Arla heading the Business Intelligence Competence Center (BICC). The overall goal of the department is to facilitate all business functions with optimized reporting solutions in SAP BW and SAP Business Objects. As a person I work in a structured way and I like to have a busy schedule. Organizing the daily work in my team with the objective to meet the agreed goals for the department is part of my current responsibility. I believe in teamwork and knowledge sharing both within the department but also across functions and regions, where communication and change management are important ingredients to obtain successful implementations. At my current position I am responsible for the overall global business analysis roadmap and the project execution of business analysis projects from design, implementation and to continuous improvement after roll-out. Furthermore, we ensure the solutions are cost effective and globally aligned. Understanding reporting needs from a decision maker's point of view is one of my key competencies. In addition to this I have deep knowledge of report modeling in SAP BW to fulfill reporting needs for performance management, consolidation, legal, tax reporting, cash flow forecasting and more.

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