SAP Implementation

 

SAP Implementation has developed a delivery methodology specifically for the rapid delivery of SAP. This includes a pre-defined Project Plan, implementation accelerators, checklists and questionnaires that have been designed to support a rapid implementation. The combination of a proven methodology with an experienced team of delivery specialists accelerates delivery.

SAP Implementation in ERP follows a methodology to establish structure and mitigate risk in the deployment of SAP Implementation projects. As part of this methodology, SAP ERP provides accelerators and templates to guide the overall completion of project tasks. Our methodology also includes formal phase gate reviews at the conclusion of each phase of the methodology which provide embedded quality checks throughout the implementation.

SAP Implementation is not a one time job but it is a continuous process. As an organization grows, new business requirements keep pouring in. These new requirements drive to change or enhance the configuration or development of new modules. In short, the SAP grows with the growth of your organization that demands for an everlasting development in the existing setup.

We provide following services:

Functionality Enhancement Services
Feature enhancement Services
Enhancement in existing configuration
Integration with non SAP applications
Report Development Services
Third Party Application Integration
EDI & XML integration
Data Migration Services
HR Programming

We strictly follow a structured implementation approach using standard ASAP (Accelerated SAP) Methodology. The full cycle implementation follows 5 steps:
1) Project Preparation
A demo is arranged for all involved users and team of client to give them an overview of SAP solution and how the implementation is perceived to be carried out. We also propose a basic training that covers SAP core processes, nomenclatures, roles & profiles of various people, etc.

2) Business Blueprint
The initial system study of the clients’ process & business practice is conducted that need to be accommodated in SAP processes. A current state (As-Is) analysis will be conducted. The identified requirements are mapped to the standard SAP functionalities. A gap analysis is done, which will facilitate the development of the To-Be state.

3) PROJECT REALIZATION (BUILD & TEST)
During this phase the business process requirements will be implemented according to the business blueprint. The system will be configured during this stage. A prototype will be developed for validation. Testing of the system will be a key activity. A series of tests will be conducted – System testing of the standard SAP system, system testing with the integration testing and User Acceptance Testing (UAT). UAT will be conducted by the business users. Testers should be identified early, and trained to conduct these tests. The tests should also be carefully planned, with documented test plans, test scenarios and test scripts.

4) Final Preparation
In this phase, the production system is prepared and users readied for the system to go live. Training of the key users will be a primary activity. The cutover plan (cutover to production environment) will be developed, and the Go- Live strategy established. The End User Support Plan will also be developed. This plan will cover tasks such as how the internal Helpdesk will be established, the error/issue reporting tool to be used.

5) Go-live And Support
At this stage, the SAP system has gone live. Processes / measures must be in place to ensure that users are accustomed to the system as early as possible. Providing production support and optimization of system performance would be key activities. VCERP Project team will work with client to establish this post implementation support.