SAP PS – Project System (Live Course)

SAP PS – Project System

Both large scale projects, such as building a factory, and small-scale projects, such as organizing a trade fair, require precise planning of the many detailed activities involved. The project manager has the job of ensuring that the project is executed efficiently, on time, and within budget – which he or she achieves by ensuring that the required resources and funds are available as and when needed.

Projects are generally part of the internal processes of a company. To be able to control all tasks in project execution, you need an organizational form that is specific to the project and which is shared by all departments involved. Before you can carry out a project in its entirety, the project goals must be precisely described and the project activities to be carried out must be structured. A clear, unambiguous project structure is the basis for successful project planning, monitoring, and control.

You structure your project per the following points of view:

  • By structures, using a work breakdown structure (WBS)

  • By process, using individual activities (work packages)

    Project managers usually distinguish between two types of project:

  • Externally financed projects

  • Customer projects

Internally financed projects

  • Overhead cost projects
  • Capital investment project

Integration

The high degree of integration between the Project System (PS) and other application components means that you can plan, execute, and account for projects as part of your normal commercial procedures. This means the Project System has constant access to data in all the departments involved in the project.

Features

The Project System guarantees close and constant monitoring of all aspects of your project.

This includes both technical and commercial aspects of the project.

Business Process in Project Mgmt

1
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
2
Network
3
Project Builder; Project Planning Board
4
Progress Tracking
5
Access Control Lists
6
Scheduling
7
Resource and Material Planning
8
Cost and Revenue Planning
9
PS Cash Management
10
Budgeting
11
Commitment and Actual Data
12
Period-End Processing
13
Reporting
14
Integration with Other Applications

Project Management-Structures

1
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
2
Activities and networks
3
Texts, Milestones, Access Control Lists
4
Standard structures
5
Simulations and project versions
6
Project Builder & Project Planning Board
7
Mass changes, substitution, and validation

Project Management- Logistics

1
Scheduling with network and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
2
Capacity planning and workforce planning
3
Confirmation of activities
4
Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS):
5
Workflows in SAP PS
6
External activities, services
7
Material procurement (purchasing and production)
8
Material procurement (purchasing and production)
9
Preliminary requirements
10
Requirements Grouping
11
Delivery from projects
12
ProMan
13
Progress Tracking

Project Management- Controlling

1
Cost planning, structure planning, detailed planning, easy cost planning, network cost calculation, materials cost planning, and using cost to generate quotations
2
Revenue planning – structure planning, billing plan, integration with sales and distribution
3
Budgeting – cost projects, investment projects, budget availability controls
4
Commitment management
5
Project stock (valuated/non-valuated)
6
Actual costs – confirmation, CATS, purchasing, execution services
7
Actual revenues – resource-based billing, milestone billing
8
Period end closing – overhead rates, interest determination, overhead rates, progress analysis, cost forecast results analysis and settlement of projects

Project Management- Reporting

1
Information system structures
2
Information system controlling
3
Hierarchy reports
4
Cost element reports
5
Line item reports
6
Progress Analysis
7
Progress value determination
8
Milestone trend analysis
9
Area controlling
10
Project summarization
11
Interface in Profitability Analysis and Profit Center Accounting
12
Business Information Warehouse

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5th Oct 2020

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SAP PS – Project System (Live Course)
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