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Founded in 2010, S&H Hightech Solutions today is one of the most reputed institution in the country conducting courses at all levels in Computer Science.
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BA is used to gain insights that inform business decisions and can be used to automate and optimize business processes. Data-driven companies treat their data as a corporate asset and leverage it for competitive advantage. Successful business analytics depends on data quality, skilled analysts who understand the technologies and the business and an organizational commitment to data-driven decision making.
Examples of BA uses include:
Exploring data to find new patterns and relationships (data mining)
Explaining why a certain result occurred (statistical analysis, quantitative analysis)
Experimenting to test previous decisions (A/B testing, multivariate testing)
Forecasting future results (predictive modeling, predictive analytics)
Once the business goal of the analysis is determined, an analysis methodology is selected and data is acquired to support the analysis. Data acquisition often involves extraction from one or more business systems, cleansing, and integration into a single repository such as a data warehouse or data mart. The analysis is typically performed against a smaller sample set of data. Analytic tools range from spreadsheets with statistical functions to complex data mining and predictive modeling applications. As patterns and relationships in the data are uncovered, new questions are asked and the analytic process iterates until the business goal is met. Deployment of predictive models involves scoring data records (typically in a database) and using the scores to optimize real-time decisions within applications and business processes. BA also supports tactical decision making in response to unforeseen events, and in many cases the decision making is automated to support real-time responses.
Python - Overview
Python - Environment Setup
Python - Basic Syntax
Python - Variable Types
Python - Basic Operators
Python - Decision Making
Python - Loops
Python - Numbers
Python - Strings
Python - Lists
Python - Tuples
Python - Dictionary
Python - Date & Time
Python - Functions
Python - Modules
Python - Files I/O
Python - Exceptions
Python Advanced Tutorial
Python - Classes/Objects
Python - Reg Expressions
Python - CGI Programming
Python - Database Access
Python - Networking
Python - Sending Email
Python - Multithreading
Python - XML Processing
Python - GUI Programming
Python - Further Extensions
Python Useful Resources
Python - Questions and Answers
Python - Quick Guide
Python - Tools/Utilities
Python - Useful Resources
Python - Discussion
Hadoop - Big Data Overview
Hadoop - Big Data Solutions
Hadoop - Introduction
Hadoop - Environment Setup
Hadoop - HDFS Overview
Hadoop - HDFS Operations
Hadoop - Command Reference
Hadoop - MapReduce
Hadoop - Streaming
Hadoop - Multi Node Cluster
Hadoop Useful Resources
Hadoop - Questions and Answers
Hadoop - Quick Guide
Hadoop - Useful Resources
Hadoop - Discussion
Developer's Best Practices
Questions and Answers
Effective Resume Writing
HR Interview Questions
a. Working With Toolbox, Menus
b. Selection Techniques, Transformation (Resizing Rotation Flipping).
c. Working with color modes, color models, (Bitmap & Gray Scale, RGB, CMYK, and Indexed Color).
d. Adjustment color (adjusting Shadows, Midtowns, highlights & Saturation).
e. Art Tool, Layers & Masks.
f. Paths & Fun with Filters.
g. Text effects, Photo Repair & Enhancement.
i. 3D Boxes,3D Effect, Abstract Illustration, Anime Cartoon Drawing, Awesome Social Icon Design
ii. Banner Design, Brochure Design, Business Card Design, CD Cover Design.
iii.Christmas card Design, Classic Flyer Design, Classic Logo Design, and Female Illustration.
iv. Floral Logo Design, Folder Design, Graffiti Text Effects, Heart Chocolate Box.
v. Liquid Text Effect, New Year Wallpaper, Party Poster Design, Pop style Poster Design.
vi Simple Layout Design, Techno Flyer Design, Typography Design, Wallpaper Design.
vii. Web Layout Design, Website Design.
1. Introduction to Flash.
2. Working with Layer.
3. Techniques of Animation.
4. Masking and Motion.
5. Working with graphics & colors.
6. Drawing Tools, Importing Graphics, Etc.
HTML4 & HTML5
I. Introduction to the HTML.
II. Creative Web Page.
II. Text Formatting, Paragraph Formatting, character Formatting.
III. Set Page Margin.
IV. Working with Tag (Elements) , Attributes, From Designing.
V. Working with Image Background, BGcolor, Font Color, Line Color etc.
• JQuery Selectors, JQuery Events, JQuery Effects, JQuery HTML/CSS, JQuery Traversing, JQuery AJAX, JQuery Miscellaneous, JQuery Properties.
• Backgrounds CSS, Borders CSS, Margins CSS, Padding CSS, Height/Width CSS, Box, Model CSS, Outline CSS, Text CSS, Fonts CSS, Icons CSS, Links CSS,
Lists CSS, Tables CSS, Display CSS, Max-width CSS, Position CSS, Overflow CSS, Float CSS, Inline-block CSS, Align CSS, Combinators CSS, Pseudo-class CSS, Pseudo-element CSS, Opacity CSS, Navigation, Bar CSS, Dropdowns CSS, Tooltips CSS, Image, Gallery CSS, Image, Sprites CSS, Attributes, Selectors CSS, Forms CSS, Counters.
• Bootstrap Basic, Grid, Images BS, Jumbotron BS, Wells BS, Alerts BS, Buttons BS, Button, Groups BS, Glyphicons BS, Badges/Labels BS,
Progress,Bars BS, Pagination BS, Pager BS, List, Groups BS, Panels BS, Dropdowns BS, Collapse BS, Tabs/Pills BS, Navbar BS, Forms BS, Inputs BS, Inputs,
2BS, Input, Sizing BS, Media, Objects BS, Carousel BS, Modal BS, Tooltip BS, Popover BS, Scroll spy BS, Affix.
Functions JS, Objects JS, Scope JS, Events JS, Strings JS, String Methods JS, Numbers JS, Number Methods JS, Math JS, Random JS, Dates JS, Date Formats JS, Date Methods JS, Arrays JS, Array Methods JS, Array Sort JS, Booleans JS, Comparisons JS, Conditions JS, Switch JS, Loop For JS, LoopWhile JS, Break JS, Type Conversion JS, Bitwise JS, Hoisting JS, Strict Mode JS, Style Guide JS, Best Practices JS, Mistakes JS, Performance JS, Reserved Words JS and Versions JS.
Core Modules: (Everyone should attend these sessions)
• Email Marketing (12 hrs) – Learn how to effectively build your users lists, deliver e-mails & generate relevant clicks.
• Social Media Marketing (SMM) (15 hrs) – Learn how to build brand, generate leads & aggregate audience on Social Media.
• Inbound Marketing (12 hrs) – Learn how to attract & convert customers by earning their trust through various techniques such as content marketing.
• Search Engine Marketing (SEM) (12 hrs)– Learn how to effectively run ads on Search Engines.
• Search Engine Optimization (SEO) (12 hrs) – Learn how to get website listed among top search engine results.
• Web Analytics (12 hrs) – Learn how to make business decisions from the metrics available in Digital Media.
Specialisation Modules (Participants can pick and choose these sessions based on their objective to learn online marketing)
• Website Development using Wordpress
• Affiliate Marketing
• Mobile App Marketing 101
• Learn how to create unfair advantage and exponentially Grow Online Business
• Integrated Digital Marketing Strategy
• How To Sell Digital Marketing Services?
• Blogging for Beginners
• Super Blogging
• Display Advertisement
• Advanced Google Analytics
• E-tail (Online Listing)/Website V/s Market Place
• Prepare Yourself For Career Opportunities in Digital Marketing
• Video Advertising
• Shopping Advertising
Project & Weekly Assignments - The participants will be given appropriate Assignments & Projects to give hands-on experience in Digital Marketing. In total there are 16 assignments & 2 projects that participants do through during the entire course.
Research Based Internship - We believe that the real learning does not happen in the training sessions. To learn practically, you have to make your hands dirty. We have designed research based internship in which you will do a research on one topic every week. For every good research submission, you will do blog post on Digital S&H's website with your credentials.
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails - Introduction
Ruby on Rails - Installation
Ruby on Rails - Framework
Ruby on Rails - Directory Structure
Ruby on Rails - Examples
Ruby on Rails - Database Setup
Ruby on Rails - Active Records
Ruby on Rails - Migrations
Ruby on Rails - Controllers
Ruby on Rails - Routes
Ruby on Rails - Views
Ruby on Rails - Layouts
Ruby on Rails - Scaffolding
Ruby on Rails - AJAX
Ruby on Rails - File Uploading
Ruby on Rails - Send Emails
Ruby on Rails Resources
Ruby on Rails - References Guide
Ruby on Rails - Quick Guide
Ruby on Rails - Resources
Ruby on Rails - Discussion
C/C++/C#/ R Programming
Date & Time
OOPS(Object Oriented Programming Structure)
Classes & Objects
Files and Streams
Questions and Answers
Various parts of an operating system
Important parts of the kernel
Major services in a UNIX system
Logins from terminals
Periodic command execution: cron and at
Graphical user interface
Network file systems
The filesystem layout
.Net syllabus covered by MNC Expert is completely in real time and advanced syllabus. Our MNC Expert teaches all the concepts in practical manner which is used to work in live projects. Our S&H Students can able to handle a .Net Projects in real time manner effectively.
DotNet Training in Delhi - Key Topics
Microsft Dot Net 4.0
.Net Web Services
WPF - DotNet Frameworks
WCF - DotNet Frameworks
MVC - DotNet Frameworks
Single Module .Net Basic Course Structure
Introduction to DotNet
Module 1: Introduction to Dot Net
Introduction to Visual Studio
Dot Net Framework and Common Language Runtime (CLR)
Common Language Specifications (CLS
CTS - Common Type System
Dot Net assemblies and namespaces
Dot Net framework class library
Module 2: Introduction to Visual Studio
Creating a project
Setting profiles and properties
Using the code editor
Compiling ,Debugging and Running a program
Module 3: Language Fundamentals
Getting to know C# data types
Defining constants and variables
Performing type conversions
Formatting date, time and numbers
Working with expressions and operators
Comparing reference types versus value types
Module 4: Introduction to C#
Overview of C
Module 5: Object Oriented Programming
Classes and Objects
Threading and Reflections
Module 6: Ado Dot Net
Basics to Ado Dot Net
Programming with Ado Dot Net
Java Script and CSS
Connected and Disconnected Modes
Module 7: MSSQL Server
Relational database concepts
Introduction to database
Structured query language
Triggers and Functions
Module 8: GUI - Graphical User Interface
Introduction to Windows Forms
Toolbox ,Graphic controls and Custom toolbox controls
Implementation and usage of controls
Files and streams
Module 9: ASP Dot Net
Introduction to Web Forms
State Management Techniques
Module 10: jQUERY
Introduction to jQUERY
ASP Dot Net and jQUERY
Using J template
Serialized web service
Using a web service with jQUERY
Using a web service with ASP Dot Net AJAX
Module 11: Project Work
.Net Frameworks Training Course Content in Delhi
.Net WCF Training Course Syllabus in Delhi
Learn what WCF is, and how it unites existing distribution mechanisms
Gain an understanding of addressing and binding in WCF services
Use service contracts and data contracts
Implement WCF services and clients WCF Training Outline
What is WCF?
Address, Binding and Contract
WCF Services and Clients
WCF Service Libraries
WCF Test Host and Test Client
Addresses and Bindings
Message Exchange Patterns
Interoperating with ASMX Web Services
Default Endpoints and Bindings
Defining Service Contracts
Defining Operation Contracts
Services with Multiple Contracts
Using Per-Call Services
Using Per-Session Services
Using Singleton Services
Implementing Data Contracts
Mapping Data Contracts to XSD Schema
Arrays and Generic Collections
Versioning Data Contracts
More about Service Contracts
Versioning Service Contracts
Implementing Message Exchange Patterns
Faults and Exceptions
Generating and Handling Faults
Faults and Sessions
Security Aspects of Services
.Net WPF Training Course Syllabus in Delhi
Introduction of WPF
Controls and Menus
Working with Properties
Pens and Brushes
Providing Input using Mouse and Keyboard
Resources and Dictionaries
Styles & Triggers
Themes and Skins
Event Triggers and Animation
Transformations and Effects
Fixed and Flow Documents
MVC Course Syllabus
Gain a thorough understanding of the philosophy and architecture of Web applications using ASP.NET MVC
Acquire a working knowledge of Web application development using ASP.NET MVC and Visual Studio
Access databases using LINQ, and Entity Framework
Perform automated testing of Web applications created using ASP.NET MVC.
Implement security in ASP.NET MVC applications.
Deploy ASP.NET MVC applications
Introduction to MVC
A Brief History of Web Development
Traditional ASP.NET Web Forms
Benefits of ASP.NET MVC
The MVC Pattern
The MVC architecture pattern
Domain models and Repositories
Essential Language Features
Automatically Implemented Properties
Using Object and Collection Initializers
Working with Controllers
Introducing the Controller
Templated View Helpers
Using Metadata for Data Values
Explicitly Validating a Model
Displaying Validation Messages
Alternative Validation Techniques
Security and Authentication
Working with Views
Working with the ASPX engine
Working with the Razor Engine
Converting ASPX View to Razor View Deccansoft Software services ASP.NET MVC 3
Adding Dynamic Content to a Razor View
Working with URLs and Routing
Understanding the Routing Mechanism
Adding a Route Entry
Working with Areas
Setting Up Areas
Actions in Areas
Routing and URL Generation with Areas
Ajax and Client Scripting
ASP.NET MVC's Ajax Helpers
Using jQuery with ASP.NET MVC
Cross-site scripting ( XSS )
JAVA & J2EE
1. Getting Started with Java SE
What is Java?
The jdk Directory Structure:
Java Virtual Machine:
World Wide Web and Java:
2. First Java Programs:
Writing your first Java program "Hello, World", your first small step towards learning Java
Output in Java:
Variables and Expressions:
3. Datatypes and Variables
4. Introduction to Objects:
Classes and Objects:
Abstract methods and Classes:
Input in Java:
5. Data Types and Operators:
Integer Data Types
Conversions Between Types:
Doing Math in Java:
Errors in Integer Arithmetic
6. Control Flow:
7. Booleans and Enumerations:
8. Loops and Program Flow:
9. Object-Oriented Programming
Classes and Objects:
Fields and Methods:
. Characters and Strings:
Char Data Type
ASCII and Unicode
String Input and Output
12. Modular Programming
Static Variables and Methods:
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Development
Pass-By-Value and Pass-By-Reference
13. Exception Handling and More Flow Control:
Defining and Throwing Exceptions
Errors and Runtime Exceptions
The finally Block:
I/O Exceptions vs. Runtime Exceptions
14. Input/Output Streams
Overview of Streams
Bytes vs. Characters
Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams
Binary Input and Output
Print Writer Class
Reading and Writing Objects
Basic and Filtered Streams
15. Core Collection Classes
The Collections Framework:
The Set Interface:
Set Implementation Classes:
The List Interface:
List Implementation Classes :
The Queue Interface :
Queue Implementation Classes :
Implementing a Stack:
The Map Interface:
Map Implementation Classes:
16. Collection Sorting and Tuning:
New Features in JSE 6:
Changing in I/O(JSE 6):
Using Java 6.0 Features with Collections:
Sorting with Comparable
Sorting with Comparator
Sorting Lists and Arrays:
Collections Utility Methods
Tuning Array List
Navigable Map and Navigable Set:
Tuning Hash Map and Hash Set:
17. Inner Classes
Static Nested Classes
18. Introduction to Threads:
Overview of thread:
Life Cycle of thread:
The import Statement
CLASSPATH and Import
20. Advanced Java Features
Reusable Software Components
21. Introduction to JDBC:
Features of JDBC 3.0:
Features of JDBC 4.0:
New Features in JDBC 4.0:
Difference between JDBC 3.0 and JDBC 4.0:
The JDBC Connectivity Model:
Connecting to the Database:
Creating a SQL Query:
Getting the Results:
Updating Database Data:
22. JDBC SQL Programming:
Error Checking and the SQLException Class
The SQLWarning Class
JDBC Driver Types:
Using a Prepared Statement:
Advance JDBC Programming:
Overview of Database Driver Architecture
Introduction to JDBC Standard Extension API (javax.sql)
JDBC Programming with ORACLE, MYSQL, etc.
Connecting to non-conventional databases
Use of Excel API
Database cashing (case study with HSDB,CSQL)
Working with Multiple Databases
Introduction to J2EE
Java Server Technologies
Web Application Basics .
Architecture and challenges of Web Application.
Introduction to servlet
Servlet life cycle
Developing and Deploying Servlets
Exploring Deployment Descriptor (web.xml).
Handling Request and Response
Initializing a Servlet
Session Tracking & Management
Dealing with cookies
Accessing Web Context
Passing INIT and CONTEXT Parameter
Sharing information using scope object
Controlling concurrent access
Filtering Request and Response
Java Server Pages Technology (JSP)
Basic JSP Architecture
Life Cycle of JSP (Translation, compilation)
JSP Tags and Expressions
Role of JSP in MVC-2
JSP with Database
JSP Implicit Objects
JSP Expression Language (EL)
Using Custom Tag
JSP with Java Bean
RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
Example demonstrating RMI
Enterprise JAVA Beans (EJB)
Enterprise Bean overview
Types of enterprise beans
Advantages of enterprise beans
The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
Working with Session Beans
Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans
Working with Entity Beans
Message Driven Beans
JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)
Using JNDI in J2EE applications
What is Struts?
Struts classes - ActionForward, ActionForm,
ActionServlet, Action classes
Understanding Action Mappings
Struts flow with an example application
Struts Tiles Framework.
Struts Validation Framework
Internationalizing Struts Application
Struts with Message Resources
Awareness to Other J2EE Technologies:
Why Use A PHP Framework
But first, let’s take a look at the top reasons why many developers like to use PHP frameworks and how these frameworks can level up your development process. Here’s what PHP frameworks do:
• Make speed development possible
• Provide well-organized, reusable and maintainable
• Let you grow over time as web apps running on frameworks are scalable
• Spare you from the worries about low-level security of a site
• Follow the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern that ensures the separation of presentation and logic
• Promote modern web development practices such as object-oriented programming tools
Although Laravel is a relatively new PHP framework (it was released in 2011), according to Sitepoint’s recent online survey it is the most popular framework among developers. Laravel has a huge ecosystem with an instant hosting and deployment platform, and its official website offers many screencast tutorials called Laracasts.
Laravel has many features that make rapid application development possible. Laravel has its own light-weight templating engine called “Blade”, elegant syntax that facilitates tasks you frequently need to do, such as authentication, sessions, queueing, caching and RESTful routing. Laravel also includes a local development environment called Homestead that is a packaged Vagrant box.
The components of the Symfony 2 framework are used by many impressive projects such as the Drupal content management system, or the phpBB forum software, but Laravel – the framework listed above – also relies on it. Symfony has a wide developer community and many ardent fans.
Symfony Components are reusable PHP libraries that you can complete different tasks with, such as form creation, object configuration, routing, authentication, templating, and many others. You can install any of the Components with the Composer PHP dependency manager. The website of Symfony has a cool showcase section where you can take a peek at the projects developers accomplished with the help of this handy framework.
CodeIgniter is a lightweight PHP framework that is almost 10 years old (initially released in 2006). CodeIgniter has a very straightforward installation process that requires only a minimal configuration, so it can save you a lot of hassle. It’s also an ideal choice if you want to avoid PHP version conflict, as it works nicely on almost all shared and dedicated hosting platforms (currently requires only PHP 5.2.4).
CodeIgniter is not strictly based on the MVC development pattern. Using Controller classes is a must, but Models and Views are optional, and you can use your own coding and naming conventions, evidence that CodeIgniter gives great freedom to developers. If you download it, you’ll see it’s only about 2MB, so it’s a lean framework, but it allows you to add third-party plugins if you need more complicated functionalities.
4. Yii 2
If you choose the Yii framework you give a boost to the performance of your site as it’s faster than other PHP frameworks, because it extensively uses the lazy loading technique. Yii 2 is purely object-oriented, and it’s based on the DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) coding concept, so it provides you with a pretty clean and logical code base.
Yii 2 is integrated with jQuery, and it comes with a set of AJAX-enabled features, and it implements an easy-to-use skinning and theming mechanism, so it can be a great choice for someone who comes from a frontend background. It has also a powerful class code generator called Gii that facilitates object-oriented programming and rapid prototyping, and provides a web-based interface that allows you to interactively generate the code you need.
The Phalcon framework was released in 2012, and it quickly gained popularity among PHP developers. Phalcon is said to be fast as a falcon, because it was written in C and C++ to reach the highest level of performance optimization possible. Good news is that you don’t have to learn the C language, as the functionality is exposed as PHP classes that are ready to use for any application.
As Phalcon is delivered as a C-extension, its architecture is optimized at low levels which significantly reduces the overhead typical of MVC-based apps. Phalcon not only boosts execution speeds, but also decreases resource usage. Phalcon is also packed with many cool features such as a universal auto-loader, asset management, security, translation, caching, and many others. As it’s a well-documented and easy-to-use framework, it’s definitely worth a try.
CakePHP is already a decade old (the first version was released in 2005), but it’s still among the most popular PHP frameworks, as it has always managed to keep up with time. The latest version, CakePHP 3.0 enhanced session management, improved modularity by decoupling several components, and increased the ability of creating more standalone libraries.
CakePHP has a really remarkable showcase, it powers the websites of big brands such as BMW, Hyundai, and Express. It is an excellent tool for creating web apps that need high-level of security, as it has many built-in security features such as input validation, SQL injection prevention, XSS (cross-site scripting) prevention, CSRF (cross-site request forgery) protection, and many others.
7. Zend Framework
Zend is a robust and stable PHP framework packed with a lot of configuration options therefore it’s usually not recommended for smaller projects but excellent for more complex ones. Zend has partners such as IBM, Microsoft, Google and Adobe. The coming major release, Zend Framework 3 will be optimized for PHP 7 , but will still support PHP 5.5 onwards.
Slim is a PHP micro framework that provides you with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Micro frameworks are minimalistic in design, they are excellent for smaller apps where a full-stack framework would be an exaggeration. Slim’s creator was inspired by a Ruby micro framework called Sinatra.
Slim is used by many PHP developers for developing RESTful APIs and services. Slim comes with features such as URL routing, client-side HTTP caching, session- and cookie encryption, and it supports “flash” messages across HTTP requests as well. Its User Guide is an easy read, and if you are interested in the new features of the upcoming major release (already in beta), you can watch this primer video about Slim 3.
FuelPHP is a flexible full-stack PHP framework that doesn’t only support the ordinary MVC pattern but also its evolved version, HMVC (Hierarchical Model-View-Controller) at the architecture level. FuelPHP adds an optional class called Presenter (formerly called ViewModel) between the Controller and View layers to hold the logic needed to generate Views.
FuelPHP is modular and extendable, takes care of security concerns by providing features such as input and URI filtering and output encoding, and it comes with its own authentication framework, with many other sophisticated features and a detailed documentation.
PHPixie is a quite new framework, it started in 2012 with the goal of creating a high-performance framework for read-only websites. PHPixie also implements the HMVC design pattern just like FuelPHP, and is built by using independent components that can be used as well without the framework itself. The PHPixie components are 100% unit tested, and require minimum dependencies.
The official website has a tutorial that claims you can learn the framework in 30 minutes, and their blog also details many practical use cases. Among the features you can find the standard ORM (object-relational mapping), caching, input validation, authentication and authorization capabilities. PHPixie also allows you to use the HAML markup language, enables schema migration, and has a sophisticated routing system.
SAP Certification exam is based on Enterprise Resource Planning solutions, typically SAP software solutions. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) that allows an enterprise to manage databases for different processes from a single unified system. ERP system was developed initially for inventory control, however over the years; different software was developed for different processes in an enterprise for better data management and work flow. In today’s world, there are many leading market providers of ERP system and SAP is one of the market and technology leaders in building business software towards structured work and data management in organizations. SAP AG is originally German multinational software who deals in software development for business management and improved customer relations in enterprises. Systems Analysis and Program Development (SAP) was founded in June, 1972 and since then, many SAP ERP operations modules has emerged that are designed focusing on various different processes including SAP ERP sales and service, sales and distribution, customer relationship, financial management, business intelligence and more. Let’s get an overview of few of the SAP development modules in this post.
SAP Financial Accounting (FI)
SAP Controlling (CO)
SAP Sales and Distribution (SD)
SAP Production Planning (PP)
SAP Materials Management (MM)
SAP Quality Management (QM)
SAP Human Capital Management (HCM)
SAP Financial Accounting (FI)
SAP FI module as the term suggests deals in managing financial transactions within enterprises. This financial accounting module helps employees to manage data involved in any financial and business transactions in a unified system. This module functions very well for reporting requirements. The SAP FI module is very flexible and functions well in any type of economic situation. Be it a smaller organization or a larger organization, SAP implementation helps in consolidating data for diverse business transactions and legal requirements. Financial Accounting module helps one to get real-time financial position of an enterprise in the market. SAP FI incorporates with other SAP modules such as SAP SD, SAP MM, SAP PP, Payroll and more for better work results.
SAP Controlling (CO)
SAP CO module is another important SAP modules offered to enterprises. The controlling module supports in the process works of planning, reporting and monitoring operations of businesses. It involves methods to view and organize costs that are required for financial reporting. Controlling module enables one to plan, track, perform and report about costs. Controlling includes managing and configuring master data that covers cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal orders, and functional area and so on.
SAP Sales and Distribution (SD)
SAP SD modules deal in managing all transactions ranging from enquiries, proposals, quotations, pricing and more. The sales and distribution module helps greatly in inventory control and management. SAP SD module consists of master data, system configuration and transactions. Some of the sub-components of SAP SD module are: master data, sales support, sales, shipping and transportation, billing, credit management, sales information system and so on.
SAP Production Planning (PP)
SAP PP module is another important module that includes software designed specifically for production planning and management. This module also consists of master data, system configuration and transactions in order to accomplish plan procedure for production. SAP PP module collaborate with master data, sales and operations planning, distribution resource planning, material requirements planning, Kanban, product cost planning and so on while working towards production management in enterprises.
SAP Materials Management (MM)
SAP MM module as the term suggests manages materials required, processed and produced in enterprises. Different types of procurement processes are managed with this system. Some of the popular sub-components in SAP MM module are vendor master data, consumption based planning, purchasing, inventory management, invoice verification and so on.
SAP Quality Management (QM)
SAP QM module helps in management of quality in productions across processes in an organization. This quality management module helps an organization to accelerate their business by adopting a structured and functional way of managing quality in different processes. SAP QM module collaborates in procurement and sales, production, planning, inspection, notification, control, audit management and so on.
SAP Human Capital Management (HCM)
SAP HCM module enhances the work process and data management within HR department of enterprises. Right from hiring a person to evaluating one’s performance, managing promotions, compensations, handling payroll and other related activities of an HR is processed using this module. The task of managing the details and task flow of the most important resource i.e. human resource is managed using this SAP ERP HCM module.
These are some of the most important SAP deployment modules that develop software for efficient work in enterprises.
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