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SAP courses have garnered much interest among IT professionals and young students - and there are many reasons behind their curiosity!

SAP Certified professionals are highly paid and in demand all over India. There is no dearth of opportunities for skilled and trained SAP professionals.

Top 10 Reasons Why Would You Choose to be Trained by Us?

  1. 100% Job Assurance for Successful Candidates.
  2. The best short term course for the freshers to secure a good paying job quickly. Professionals and SAP users can take this course to enhance their position within their organization. See average entry level SAP consultant salary in India.
  3. Most competitive SAP training program in Kolkata and India. (CLICK for course fees)
  4. Online & Offline (classroom training in Kolkata only) mode is availableFlexibility as per candidate’s Be 100% job ready within next 3 months
  5. Customized preparatory session for candidates appearing for Global Certification
  6. Get trained by the certified experts in the industry – trainers have vast knowledge in SAP and provided training to many successful professionals.
  7. Candidates can have access to our virtual LAB during training and post training also.
  8. Tailored modules for different proficiency levels and for people from different technical background.
  9. Scenario based effective training with unlimited lab sessions.
  10. Keep Focus on your Goals and Take the First Step Towards Becoming a SAP Certified Professional.

Who Can Take Up SAP Training?

For a fresher or a beginner, the choice of program course or module can be tough. To know the course that will be perfect for you, based on your qualification, please fill, and submit the FORM Here with your details.

A wide range of courses are offered by SAP – and there is a course for everyone. The courses are not generalized, and the courses are specific and unique. Finding a job will never be a problem, and we offer complete job assistance.

Freshers/ Entry level Candidates:

  • Minimum Qualification – Graduate (BTech, BSc, BCA Or B. Com graduates)
  • Post Graduate Degree (MCA, MSc, M. Com, MTech)
  • UG Final year students with brief knowledge in programming

Working Professionals:

There are several jobs that require SAP-related skills. Professionals who can take up SAP training include, but are not limited to

  • IT Analysts, IT Managers, Network Managers & Professionals
  • IT Architects and administrators
  • Pre-sales, Installation & Migration experts
  • SAP users in plant, warehouse, finance sectors
  • Human Resources Executives/Business administrators
  • SAP Specialists/users/consultants

What is SAP?

In the present scenario, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) has become a critical part of any organization. Therefore, various companies offer ERP products to help organizations manage different parts of the business. Among all the providers, SAP (Systems Applications and Products) offer the best ERP software in the world today. As a result, SAP has made a huge impact in the business world and many top-notch companies have shifted to this technology. Furthermore, SAP offers different modules such as Production and Planning, Material Management, and Financial Accounting & Controlling.


  1. Job Prospect: It’s quite known in the IT world today that SAP-certified experts can look forward to more high-grade job possibilities in the SAP domain. This is originally because of the huge demand for SAP solutions in most Indian and international organizations.
  2. Good Payrolls / Salary: SAP-certified masters always earn an advantage when it comes to paying packages. SAP experts are hired by both the government and private firms. Though, SAP consultants are also required in consultancies, ERP systems, CRM solutions, manufacturing, logistics, production, distribution, and many other industries.
  3. Gets Promotion easily: As stated earlier, SAP certification courses help professionals to climb the stairs of success faster. They secure a clear advantage over their uncertified colleagues in terms of domain knowledge and expertise.
  4. Recognition among employees: Market studies have explained that SAP-certified experts have a more approving standing in the job market in comparison to the non-certified ones. They are trusted and esteemed for their knowledge and hence also earn higher preferences from employers.


The SAP system offers several added benefits to the organization. With SAP, you can streamline business processes and make effective and accurate decisions. Moving forward let us look at the advantages of implementing the SAP system within your organization.

  1. SAP certification will validate your skills and knowledge about the SAP framework and will make you more credible. Thus, by getting SAP certified, you can get job opportunities from all around the world.
  2. Experienced professionals with SAP Global Certification receive great salary packages when compared to others. With the increasing demand, if you have the proper knowledge and required experience, you can enjoy great salary packages.
  3. As an SAP-certified professional, your reputation, credibility, and importance increase immensely in an organization. In addition, you will become a trusted and reliable employee of an organization and help you reach new heights of career success.
  4. SAP framework can save a lot of time and minimize the overall business cost. Thus, it is suited for every type of enterprise including small, medium, and large-scale enterprises. SAP certified individuals add more value to this and make it possible for them.
  5. SAP delivers new and innovative features to enhance the technology and help an organization meet business requirements. In addition, enterprises become more flexible and enhance their security.
  6. Furthermore, by joining a training institute, you can learn about public and hybrid clouds. You must understand the basic concepts of Automation, CMDB, SaaS Solutions Integration, and Containerization

SAP Enabled Power User Program Courses:


Duration: 40 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Session 1: Overall introduction to ERP
    a) Data Types & Data Dictionary
    b) Transaction code creation
    c) Table & Elements
Session 2: Reporting
    a) Debugging techniques
    b) Control Break Statements
    c) Modularization techniques
    d) subroutine, function module, macros
    e) Events for classical reports
    f) Events for interactive reports
    g) Hide and hotspot
    h) Creating and handling buttons
Session 3: ALV
    a) ALV Concept
    b) ALV toolbar, Classes, Reports
    a) Introduction to screen painter and dialog programming
    b) Flow logic
    c) Screen designing
    d) Screen Programming
    e) Processing of list from transaction and vice versa
    a) Introduction to BDC File Handling
    b) Presentation server
    c) Application server
    d) Recordings Methods in BDC
    e) Error Handling in Call Transaction
    f) Handling Table Controls in BDC and Screen Resolutions
    g) Legacy System Migration Workbench (LSMW)
    h) Different methods
    i) Steps to Create an LSMW Project
    j) Flat file creation
    k) Uploading data
Session 7: Cross Application and Miscellaneous topics
Session 8: IDOCS
    a) Concepts of IDOCS
    b) Creation of IDOCS
    c) Creation of message types
    d) Monitoring tool of IDOCS Interface
Session 9: ALE & EDI
Session 10: BAPI and Business Objects
    a) Introduction to BAPI
    b) Overview of Business Objects
    c) Step By Step Approach followed to create BAPI
    a) Introduction to enhancements
    b) Different Ways of doing Enhancements
    c) Types of Users Exits

Who can take this course
1. Programming knowledge and/or SAP user knowledge
2. Corporate and Professional from IT and IT related industries
3. SAP users in corporate sectors
4. IT & Computer Science graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with programming knowledge

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.30000/- + 18% GST


Duration: 48 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    a) Introduction to IMCE (In-Memory Computing Engine)
    b) Hardware and Software Innovation
    c) Row v/s Column Store
    d) Evolution of HANA with SAP solutions
    e) Architecture of SAP HANA Platform
    f) Describing Index Server
    g) Describe How System Design Works
Session 2:
    a) Describing Job Roles
    b) Tool’s
       i) Installation and Setup of ABAP Development Tool (ADT) on Eclipse
       ii) Connection to your HANA Database System via HANA Studio
       iii) Installation of Web IDE
       iv) How we use BAS (Business Application Studio)
    c) Describing Sever Option’s and Details
    d) How ABAP Meets HANA Database
    e) Understanding Concept of Schema
Session 3:
    a) New ABAP Syntax
       I) Inline data declaration
       II) Dynamic memory references
       III) SQL Statement with escaping of host variables
    b) SQL Enhancement
    c) Introduction to DML, DDL, DCL, DQL
    d) Describe EPM Data Model
    e) ABAP connects to HANA
    f) Understanding HANA Folder Structure
    e) Elaborating Design Time Object
    f) Describing HANA Basics
Session 4:
    a) Showing Migration to SAP HANA as well as S/4 HANA
    b) Describing Any Database Migration to HANA Database
    c) ATC ( ABAP Test Cockpit ) v/s SCI ( SAP Code Inspector )
    d) S/4HANA Code Conversion
Session 5:
    a) Performance Guideline for ABAP CODE
    b) Describing SQLM (SQL Monitor)
    c) Understanding Code inspector variants
    d) Describing Data Migration Point
    e) Static check with SQL performance ( SWLT )
    f) SQL performance work list monitor
Session 6:
    a) OIA Scenario ( Open Item Analysis )
    b) Articulate Requirement for OIA
    c) Execute OIA on ABAP
    d) SQL Console
    e) Introduction to HANA Database User
    f) Data Modeling
       I) Attribute View
       II) Analytics View
       III) Calculation View
          1) Graphical Calculation Views
          2) Scripted Calculation Views
       IV) Classification of Join
Session 7:
    a) Creation and execution of Data Models
    b) Showing Concept of currency conversion
    c) Concept of Dimensions and Measures
    d) Implementing OIA Using Calculation View
    e) Concept of Delivery Unit
Session 8:
    a) Consume HANA Objects
       I) ADBC ( ABAP Database Connectivity )
       II) View Proxy
       III) CDS ( Core Data & Service )
    b) Transporting of Dependent Objects
       I) Lifecycle Management
       II) HANA Transport Container
    c) SQL Script
       I) Declarative Logic
       II) Imperative Logic
    d) Making Data Flow Graph
    e) Containers
       I) Anonymous Block
       II) Stored Procedure
       III) User-defined function
          1) Scalar
          2) Table UDF
Session 9:
    a) Describing Data Objects in SQL Script ( Variables )
       I) Scalar
       II) Array
       III) Tables
    b) Concept of Procedure
       I) Create Procedure
       II) Update Procedure
       III) Delete Procedure
    c) Concept of Cursor
       I) Implicit
       II) Explicit
    d) Making Procedure with parameters
    e) Making Anonymous Block in HANA Database
    f) Describing User Defined Function with HANADB
    g) Reuse Function for SQL queries
Session 10:
    a) What is AMDP
       i) Introduction of AMDP
       ii) Implementation of AMDP
    b) Why we use AMDP
    c) Describing Rules for AMDP
    d) Describing New way to Create Structure
    e) Create AMDP for Consume SQL Script in ADT
    f) How to Debug AMDP
Session 11:
    a) Introduction of CDS(Core Data & Service )
    b) Concept of CDS View
    c) Understand CDS View Entities (Newer Concepts)
    d) How Entities are different from CDS Views
    e) Describing Standard CDS View
    f) Understanding Concept of Code to Data Paradigm
Session 12:
    a) CDS Associations
    b) Describing CDS View on View
    c) Making Virtual Data Model’s (VDM )
       I) Basic/Interface View
       II) Composite View
       III) Consumption View
    d) Describing CDS Angle
    e) Create your own OData Service on top of CDS Views
Session 13:
    a) Create Fiori App by CDS
    b) Elaborating Uses of CDS for Analytics
    c) Describing CDS Annotations
       i) Object Model Annotations
       ii) OData Annotations
       iii) Analytical Annotations
       iv) End User Annotations
       v) UI Annotations
Session 14:
    a) S/4HANA Embedded Analytics
       i) Query Browser
       ii) ALP (Analytic List Page )
       iii) OVP (Overview Page )
    b) Describing (SAP Analytics Cloud) SAC Consumption
    c) Making CDS DCL ( Authorization and Secure Programming )
    d) Understanding SAP ABAP Security
    e) Secure Data from CDS View using DCL
Session 15:
    a) CDS Table Functions
    b) CDS-BOPF Integration
    c) Describing Validation in ( Business Object ) BO
    d) Implementation of Smart filter Fiori Application
    e) Transactional Fiori App with CDS and BOP
Session 16:
    a) Hierarchy CDS Programming with Tree Table
      i) New Hierarchy
      ii) Classical Hierarchy
    b) Implementation of End to End Hierarchy Scenario of Employee Manager Hierarchy by Fiori App
    c) Describing Functional Information of Hierarchy
Session 17:
    a) Create Fiori App with annotation File on Top of CDS
    b) Describing Details about Idoc
    c) Understanding CDS Metadata Extensions
    d) Create your OVP (Overview page) Fiori Elements show Analytical dashboard
Session 18:
    a) S/4HANA End to End POC of list report
    b) Using @UI Annotations
    c) Create Analytic App using OVP Floorplan and @Chart Annotations
    d) Describing Lifecycle of App
    e) Understanding Deployment of App’s using BAS and CDS
Session 19:
    a) S/4HANA End to End POC
Session 20:
    a) ALV IDA (Integrated Data Access)
    b) Fuzzy Search

Who can take this course
1. Programming knowledge and/or SAP user knowledge
2. Basic knowledge on SAP ABAP
3. Corporate and Professional from IT and IT related industries
4. 4. SAP users in corporate sectors
5. IT & Computer Science graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with programming knowledge

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.32000/- + 18% GST


Duration: 48 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Session 1:
    a) An introduction to ERP & SAP
    b) SAP AG: Evolution & Strategy
    c) SAP Product Evolution
    d) SAP Services Overview ( OSS )
    e) An introduction to BASIS
Session 2:
    a) Client / Server Solution
    b) Overview of 3-layer interface
    c) Types of Client / Server Architectures
    d) An introduction to R/3
Session 3:
    a) Overview of Software Development
    b) Overview of SAP Landscape
    c) Landscape types
    d) Lifecycle Implementation concepts
    e) Fundamentals for SAP ABAP Administration
Session 4:
    a) Elements in SAP R/3 installation
    b) Installation requirement
    c) System sizing
    d) Installation File Systems
    e) Installation of RDBMS
    f) Installation of SAPInst tools
    g) Install Central Instance
    h) Load Database
    i) Installation Database
    j) Installation of Presentation Layer
    k) Post installation Activities
Session 5:
    a) Background Dialogs Concept
    b) Defining of Jobs
    c) Analyzing Jobs
    d) Maintenance of Jobs
Session 6:
    a) Logon Group Creation
    b) Load Balancing
    c) Operation Modes Switching
Session 7:
    a) Start & Stop SAP R/3 Server
    b) Directory Structures
    c) SAP MMC
    d) SAP & Oracle Environment Variables
    e) SAP Logon Pad configuration
    f) Overview of Transaction & Dialog step
Session 8:
    a) Fundamentals of SAP Web AS Java administration
    b) Starting and stopping a SAP Web AS Java
    c) Overview of SAP Java administration tools
    d) Monitoring SAP Web AS Java
    e) Change Management for Java systems, CTS+
    f) Memory usage for SAP AS Java
    g) Details on JVM
Session 9:
    a) Overview of R/3 client
    b) Client Copy methods
    c) Client copy Requirements & Process
    d) Open / Close R/3 Client
    e) Overview of RFC
    f) Deleting R/3 Client
    g) Client Refresh
Session 10:
    a) Change Transport System
    b) Transport System Concepts
    c) System Change Options
    d) Working with Change and Transport Organizer
    e) Configuring Systems and Domains
    f) Configuring Transport Routes
Session 11:
    a) Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
    b) Types of Support Packages
    c) Downloading Support Packages
    d) Support pack Dependencies and Requirements
    e) Applying Support Packages, Plug-ins & Add-ons
    f) SAP R/3 Kernel Upgrade
Session 12:
    a) SAP Spool system Architecture
    b) Introduction to SAP Access Methods
    c) Defining R/3 Printer Devices
    d) Managing spool Requests
    e) Troubleshooting printing problems etc
Session 13:
    a) Monitoring SAP Instances
    b) Monitoring System Work Process
    c) Managing User Sessions
    d) Managing Update Records
    e) Managing Lock Entries
    f) Managing System Logs
    g) Monitoring Tablespace etc
Session 14:
    a) Memory Management
    b) R/3 Buffers
    c) Page Buffers
    d) Extended and Heap Memory
    e) PRIV Mode
Session 15:
    a) Overview of SAPRouter
    b) OSS Connection open
    c) OSS Message Creation
    d) Developer Access Key Request
    e) Object Key Request
    f) License Key Request
    g) SAP Service Market Place concepts
Session 16:
    a) OS & DB Administration is Pre-requisite for SAP Administration - Standard OS and Oracle Database will be taught
Session 17:
    a) System Refresh concept
    b) Upgrade concept
    c) Migration concept.

Who can take this course
1. Technical associates with knowledge in IP networking, Client/Server administration, Infrastructure/Data Centre management
2. Designing, Installation & Developer professionals and corporates
3. System administrators
4. IT graduates (freshers preferable), database or software programmers background, in B.Sc. IT, BCA, MCA, B.E., B.Tech, M.Tech

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.30000/- + 18% GST

4. SAP Security Basics

Duration: 30 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    1. Authorizations in General
    2. Basic Terminology of Authorizations
    3. User Settings
    4. Working with the Role Maintenance
Session 2:
    1. Basic Settings
    2. Troubleshooting Using Traces
    3. Transporting Authorizations
Session 3:
    1. Integration into the Company Landscape
    2. BW Authorization
    3. HR Authorization

Who can take this course
 1. knowledge in application security and threats
 2. Basic programming knowledge
 3. Working experience with any SAP modules (optional)
 4. Application Security, administrators, professionals, and corporates
 5. IT security professional
 6. IT graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with networking, Security, and application security

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.30000/- + 18% GST

5. SAP Security Advance

Duration: 30 Contact Hours in 4 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    1. SAP Fiori Concept
    2. SAP Fiori Authorization
    3. SAP Fiori Catalogues and SAP Fiori Groups
Session 2:
    1. PFCG Roles for SAP Fiori
    2. Create Back-End Server (BES) Roles
    3. Authorization concept for ABAP Core Data Services (CDS)
Session 3:
    1. Analyze and Implement SAP Fiori Applications
    2. Authorizations in SAP S/4HANA Projects
    3. One App (Odata) for Multiple Back-End Systems
Session 4:
    1. Understanding SAP Fiori Launchpad Deployment Options
    2. Understanding SAP Cloud Platform Integration

Who can take this course
 1. knowledge in application security and threats
 2. Basic programming knowledge
 3. Working experience with any SAP modules (optional)
 4. Application Security, administrators, professionals, and corporates
 5. IT security professional
 6. IT graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with networking, Security, and application security

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.32000/- + 18% GST

6. SAP HANA 2.0

Duration: 18 Contact Hours in 2 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    1. Hana Introduction
    2. Performing SAP HANA Sizing
    3. Understanding Linux Operating System Requirements
    4. Checking SAP HANA Hardware
    5. Identifying Deployment options
Session 2:
    1. Hana Installation
    2. Explain a Distributed System
    3. Identifying Deployment options
Session 3:
    1. Hana Back up & Recovery
    2. SAP HANA2.0 installation in HA environment
    3. Starting and stopping HANA
    4. HANA alert checking
    5. SAP HANA Multitenant Database Container Architecture
Session 4:
Hana Architecture With Memory Management and Data Persistence
Session 5:
    1. Installing SAP HANA Cockpit 2.0
    2. Introduction of SAP Hana Cockpit
    3. Configuration of SAP Hana Cockpit
    4. Updating SAP Hana Cockpit
Session 6:
    1. Performing Post-Installation Steps
    2. Updating SAP HANA
    3. Using the Resident SAP HANA Database Lifecycle Manager Tool
    4. Importing Catalog Objects
    5. Creating, Renaming, and Deleting a Tenant Database
    6. Explaining the Revision Strategy of SAP HANA
Session 7:
    1. Explaining the Administration Tools
    2. Using the SAP HANA HDBSQL Command Line Tool
    3. Using the SAP HANA Database Explorer and SQL Console
    4. Explaining SAP HANA as Primary Persistence for SAP NetWeaver-based Applications
    5. Working with the DBA Cockpit
    6. Managing SAP Landscapes
Session 8:
    1. Starting and Stopping SAP HANA
    2. Checking for SAP HANA Alerts
    3. Daily Database Administration Tasks
    4. Configuring the SAP HANA Database
    5. Using SAP HANA Mini Checks
    6. Working with SAP HANA Traces
Session 9:
    1. Explaining Backup and Recovery
    2. Performing Data Area Backup
    3. Configuring a Log Area Backup
    4. Describing Additional Backup Topics
    5. Performing Database Recovery
    6. Using Advanced Recovery Techniques
    7. Creating a Fallback Snapshot
    8. Explaining Backup and Recovery Using Data Snapshots
    9. Explaining Database Copy
Session 10:
    1. Describing Security Functions
    2. Explaining Encryption
    3. Describing Auditing
Session 11:
    1. Understanding SAP HANA Authentication and Authorization
    2. Explaining Types of Privileges
    3. Understanding SAP HANA Roles
    4. Performing Administrative Tasks
    5. Explaining Information Sources for Administrators
Session 12:
    1. Hana System replication setup
    2. S4 Hana Installation Concepts
    3. Fiori Installation
    4. SAP Hana 2.0 installation in HA environment
    5. S4 Hana conversion concepts
Session 13:
    1. Handling System Offline Situations
    2. Handling System Hang but Reachable Situations
    3. Analyzing a Suddenly Slow System
    4. Analyzing Memory Issues
    5. Analyzing CPU Issues
    6. Analyzing Expensive Statement Issues
    7. Analyzing Disk and I/O Issues
    8. Configuring the SAP HANA Alerting Framework
    9. Setting up SAP HANA Workload Management
    10. Using SAP HANA Capture and Replay

Who can take this course
 1. knowledge in any SAP module
 2. knowledge of Operating System
 3. Basic understanding of Infrastructure/Data Centre management
 4. Designing, Installation & Developer professionals and corporates working with SAP
 5. People who want to upgrade their knowledge with different SAP modules

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.20000/- + 18% GST


Duration: 45 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1: Getting Started
    1. SAP ERP Overview
    2. Concepts of Business Intelligence & Data warehousing
    3. Introduction to SAP HANA
    4. Overview of SAP BW
    5. Overview of SAP BW/4HANA
Session 2: SAP BW HANA Data Modeling
    1. Datawarehouse workbench, Eclipse and essential T-codes
    2. Overview of InfoObjects and InfoObject creation
    3. InfoObjects Characteristics and Key Figures
    4. Using Reference Characteristics / Template Characteristics
    5. Classification of Master data (Attribute, Text, Hierarchy)
    6. Overview of Key figures and Dataflow
    7. Describing the Core InfoProviders ( Infocube , DSO , MP , Info set)
    8. Describing the Extended Star Schema of an InfoCube
    9. Creating InfoCubes
    10. Different Types of DataStore Object (DSO's)
    11. Modeling MultiProviders
    12. Modeling an Info Set
    13. SAP HANA Basics & SAP HANA concepts
    14. Overview of BW Modeling tool (BWMT) in Eclipse/SAP HANA Studio
    15. Understanding SAP HANA From a Modeling Perspective
    16. Understanding SAP BW From a Modeling Perspective
    17. Understanding the Strategy for SAP BW on SAP HANA
    18. Modeling Advanced Data Store Objects (ADSOs)
    19. Modeling a Composite Provider for Agile Data Mart Scenarios
    20. Modeling Open ODS view
Session 3: Data Provisioning
    1. Overview of various Data provisioning methods
    2. Data Flow management
    3. Flat file data source
    4. Introduction of Generic and standard data source
    5. Configuring Generic Data Sources
    6. Configuration of COPA Data Sources
    7. Delta management and delta enabled Data source
    8. Configuration of Standard Data Sources
    9. Configuring the Logistics Data Extraction (LO Cockpit)
    10. Configuring Generic Delta Data Sources
    11. Learning Info Package Settings
    12. Different types DTP's Standard, Error Stack, RDA, Direct Access
    13. Learning Data Transfer Process(DTP) Settings
    14. Full Load/ Delta Load / Repair Full load
    15. Describing Data Acquisition with Operational Data Provisioning (ODP)
    16. Analyzing Operational Delta Queue (ODQ)
Session 4: InfoSource and Transformation
    1. Explaining Transformations Framework
    2. InfoSource and Transformation
    3. Writing routines in ABAP and Debugging
    4. Start, End, Expert and Field Rotines
    5. Transformation Rule Types
    6. Transformation Rule Groups
Session 5: SAP BW Reporting + BW/HANA Query Design
    1. Introduction to BW Reporting - BEx Reporting Suit
    2. Bex Query Design and Navigation & RSRT Overview
    3. Info provider in the Bex query designer and Analyzer
    4. Bex Query Properties, Filters, Free Characterstics
    5. Conditions and Exceptions
    6. Restricted and Calculated Key Figures
    7. Properties of Key Figures
    8. Structures and Cells
    9. Properties and Attributes of Characterstics
    10. Query variables/ Processing types
    11. Report--Report Interface
    12. Web Query
    13. SAP BW/4HANA Query design
Session 6: SAP BW Operations
    1. Process Chains Design
    2. Maintaining Process chains and monitoring Process chains
    3. Data acquisition administration and monitoring
    4. Administration of Infoproviders
    5. BW Transport
Session 7: SAP BW4HANA Operations
    1. SAP BW/4HANA capabilities
    2. SAP BW/4HANA high-level architecture
    3. Comparison of SAP BWOH and BW/4HANA
    4. SAP Landscape Transformation (SLT)

Who can take this course
 1. Basic programming knowledge
 2. Working experience with any SAP modules (optional)
 3. IT security professional
 4. IT graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with knowledge of Reports

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Not scheduled

8. Solution manager 7.2

Duration: 32 Contact Hours in 2 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    1. Describe the Application Lifecycle Management with SAP Solution Manager
    2. Managing Authorizations in SAP Solution Manager
    3. Describe the sizing considerations for SAP Solution Manager
    4. Describe the installation and upgrade of a SAP Solution Manager system
Session 2:
    1. Explain the SAP Solution Manager architecture and a typical SAP Solution Manager landscape
    2. Explain the Agent Infrastructure and planning of the Agent Infrastructure
    3. Planning the SAP Solution Manager Landscape
Session 3:
    1. Describe Functions and Consumers of the System Landscape Directory (SLD)
    2. Describe how to synchronize data to the Landscape Management Database (LMDB)
    3. Explain the Solution Administration and Solution Documentation function
    4. Explain the Solution, the Logical Component Group, Logical Component and the Landscape Model
    5. SLD Configuration
    6. LMDB configuration
    7. Diagonistic Agent(DAA)
Session 4:
    1. Describe the prerequisites for the Solution Manager configuration
    2. Describe the Guided Procedures for configuration of SAP Solution Manager
    3. Describe the system preparation, infrastructure preparation and basic configuration
Session 5:
    1. Explain how to prepare the Managed Systems configuration and perform the Managed Systems configuration
    2. Explain the available user interfaces for SAP Solution Manager and customization
Session 6:
    1. Explain the Job Request and perform the Job Documentation function
    2. Perform the scheduling configuration
    3. Explain how to Monitor Background Jobs and analyze Background Processing with SAP Solution Manager
Session 7:
    1. Explain MAI Architecture and features
    2. Explain the Monitoring Template concept and configuration
    3. Explain Alert Inbox
    4. System Monitoring functions
    5. Dashboards and Solution Manager Mobile Architecture
Session 8:
    1. Explain the SAP EarlyWatch Alert (EWA) Concept and Configuration
    2. Perform the manual Creation of an SAP EarlyWatch Alert (EWA)
    3. Report Configure Service Level Report, explain how to access Service Level Reports (SLR)
    4. Concept of SDCCN
Session 9:
    1. Charm Concepts and transports in charm
    2. Charm 7.1 installation concept
    3. Cycle Concept
    4. Switch open and close concept
    5. Landscape Alignment (LA) concept
    6. Charm Flow conversion

Who can take this course
 1. Knowledge in application security and threats
 2. Basic programming knowledge
 3. Working experience with any SAP modules (optional)
 4. Application Security, administrators, professionals, and corporates
 5. IT security professional
 6. IT graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with networking, Security, and application security

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.25000/- + 18% GST

9. SAP HR & SuccessFactors

Duration: 30 Contact Hours in 2 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1:
    1. Cloud and SF Architecture
    2. Instance, Provisioning explanation
    3. Technical Architecture
    4. Integration Technology/Tools
    5. Bizxpert Methodology – Implementation Methodology
    6. Basic company settings in Provisioning
    7. Creating administrators in Provisioning
    8. Creating administrators in Instance
    9. Instance basic settings – Passwords, Home Page, Welcome Menu, Company info, Employee files
    10. Administrator tools
    11. Commonly used terms
    12. Admin Privileges
    13. Proxy Management
    14. Setting up company Logos
    15. Manage Data User Records
    16. Employee Data File
    17. Permissions
    18. Role Based Per missioning (RBP)
    19. Pick list Management
    20. Text Customization in Instance
    21. XML and Data models
    22. People Search
    23. Rating Scales
    24. Route Maps (Workflow)
    25. Launching forms
    26. Employee Profile
Session 2:
    1. Data models     2. Employee Central Structure
    3. Data model Management
    4. Data model Associations
    5. Enable employee central and RBP
    6. Update employee details
    7. ESS/MSS functionality
    8. Understanding security
    9. Managing security with RBP
    10. EC as a system of record
    11. EC Customizing and Populating Basic Foundation data
    12. Customizing Country specific files in Foundation tables
    13. Creating and modifying associations
    14. Propagations
    15. Importing users and data
    16. Mass Changes
    17. Customizing employee files
    18. Customizing CSF for employee files
    19. Position Management
    20. Absence Management
    21. Employee Central Reporting and Integration
    22. MDF Overview
    23. MDF Objects creation
    24. Manage Business Configuration Rules setup
    25. Manage Workflow Requests/groups
    26. Org Chart
    27. Manage Sequence
    28. Monitor Job
Session 3:
    1. Manage Positions
    2. Position Management settings
    3. Position Org chart
    4. Import & Export Data
Session 4:
    1.Introduction to Reporting
    2.Introduction to Dashboards
    3.Set up process dashboards
    4.Analytics 2.0 Overview
    5.Manage Report Permissions
    6.List view reports
    7.Spotlight view reports
    8.Spreadsheet reports
    9.Classic reports
    10.Ad Hoc reports
    11.Advanced Reporting
Session 5:
    1.Overview of Success
    2.Factors PMGMEnd-user demo of SuccessFactors PMGM
    3.Provisioning Settings for Goal Management Module
    4.Goal Template XML setup
    5.SMART Goal Wizard, Goal Library
    6.Goal Creation, Goal Cascading
    7.Copy Goals from other Goal Plan
    8.Import Goals
    9.Goal Plan validations – Weights and No. of Goals
    10.Custom fields and Custom Calculations
    11.Goal Execution
    12.Email Notification settings
    13.Role-based permissions
Session 6:
    1.Provisioning Settings for Performance Management Module
    2.Manage Templates and Form template settings
    3.Rating Scales
    4.Route Maps
    5.Job Profile Builder
    6.Rating options and Rating Calculations
    7.Custom sections and Custom fields on PM Templates
    8.Required and Action Permissions
    9.CalibrationStack Ranker and Team Overview
    10.Continuous Performance Management
    11.360 Degree Multi rater Evaluations
    12.Form Launching options
    13.Form Routing options
    14.SuccessFactors Online
    15.Modify form Route Map
    16.Email Notification settings
    17.Role-based permissions

Who can take this course
 1. Basic knowledge of HR domain
 2. Working experience with any SAP modules (optional)
 3. IT professional
 4. IT graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Not scheduled

10. SAP Finance And Controlling (FICO)

Duration: 48 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
   1. Introduction to ERP and SAP
   2. What is SAP / R/2-R/3 ARCHITECTURE
   3. SAP Server landscape
   1. Definition of company
   2. Definition of company code
   3. Assignment of company-to-company code
   4. Definition of business area
   5. Definition of fiscal year variant
   6. Assignment of fiscal year variant to company code
   7. Definition of posting period variant
   8. Assignment of posting period variant to company code
   9. Open and close posting period
   10. Defining document type & number ranges
   11. Maintenance of field status variants
   12. Assignment of field status variant to company code
   13. Definition of tolerance groups for GL accounts
   14. Definition of tolerance groups for employees
   15. Assignment of tolerance group to users
   16. Taxes on Sales & Purchases (input & output)
   17. Creation of chart of Accounts
   18. Defining Accounts Groups
   19. Defining Retained Earnings Account.
   1. Creation of General Ledger Master (with and without reference)
   2. Display/Change/Block/Unblock of general ledger master.
   3. Document Entry posting normal postings and posting with reference.
   4. Display and change of documents.
   5. Display of GL balances
   6. Display GL account line items
   7. Parked documents
   8. Hold documents.
   9. Creation of Sample Document and postings with sample documents
   10. Defining recurring entry document and postings with recurring doc.
   11. Creation of account assignment model and posting
   12. Configuration of line layouts for display of GL line items
   13. Reversal of individual documents, mass reversal, reversal of cleared items
   14. reversal of accrual and deferral documents
   15. Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation ratios
   16. Define Exchange rates & posting of foreign currency transactions.
   17. Interest calculations on term loans
   18. Accrual and Deferral documents
   1. Creation of vendor account groups
   2. Creation of number ranges for vendor master records
   3. Assignment of number ranges to vendor account groups
   4. Creation of tolerance group for venders
   5. Creation of vendor master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
   6. Posting of vendor transactions (invoice posting, payment posting, credit memo)
   7. Settings for advance payments to parties (down payment)
   8. Clearing of down payment against invoices (special GL transactions)
   9. Posting of partial Payment & Residual Payment
   10. Creation of payment terms
   11. Creation of house banks and account ids.
   12. Creation of check lots and maintenance of check register
   13. Display check register
   14. Cancellation of unissued checks
   15. Creation of void reasons
   16. Cancellation of issued checks.
   17. Posting of purchase returns
   18. Configuration of automatic payment program
   19. Payment to vendors through APP
   20. Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts
   1. Creation of customer account groups
   2. Creation of number ranges for customer master records
   3. Assignment of number ranges for customer account groups
   4. Creation of tolerance group for customers
   5. Creation of customer master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
   6. Posting of customer transactions (sales invoice posting, payment posting, debit memo)
   7. Settings for advance payment from parties (down payment)
   8. Configuration of settings for dunning
   9. Generating the dunning letters
   10. Defining correspondence and party statement of accounts
   11. Bills of exchange
   12. Posting of sales return
   1. Defining chart of depreciation
   2. Creation of 0% tax codes for sales and purchased.
   3. Assignment of chart of depreciation to company code
   4. Defining account determination
   5. Definition of screen lay out rules.
   6. Definition of number ranges for asset classes
   7. Integration with General Ledger & Posting rules.
   8. Defining Depreciation key
   9. Definition of multilevel methods
   10. Definition of period control methods
   11. Creation of main asset master records
   12. Creation of sub asset master records
   13. Acquisition of fixed assets
   14. Sale of fixed assets
   15. Transfer of assets
   16. Scrapping of assets
   17. Depreciation runs.
   18. Line-item Settlement of assets under construction of capital work in progress
   1. Parallel ledgers
   2. document splitting
   3. Segments
   1. Definition of organizational units in materials management i.e. plant, storage location and purchase organization
   2. Assignment of organizational units to each other
   3. Definition of tolerance groups for purchase orders
   4. Definition of tolerance groups for goods receipt
   5. Definition of tolerance groups for invoice verification
   6. Definition of vendor specific tolerances
   7. Creation, display and change of material master records.
   8. Creation of plant parameter
   9. Maintenance of posting periods for materials management
   10. Maintenance of parameters for invoice verification
   11. Maintenance of plant parameters for inventory management and physical inventory
   12. Definition of attributes for material types
   13. Assignment of GL accounts for material transactions in financial accounting
   14. (Integration of MM with FI)
   15. Creation of purchase order, posting of goods receipt, invoice verification
   16. Goods issue for production
   1. Definition of sales organization
   2. definition of distribution channels
   3. definition of divisions
   4. assignment among various organizational units in SD
   5. definition of partner functions
   6. definitions of shipping point and loading points
   7. definition of pricing procedures
   8. determining the shipping points
   9. determining the pricing procedures
   10. maintenance of SD condition types
   11. maintenance of condition records
   12. assignment of GL accounts for sales transactions (integration of FI with SD)
   13. creation of sales order
   14. initialization of stock
   15. posting the delivery of goods
   16. creating the sales invoice
   1. Defining Controlling Area
   2. Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area
   3. Maintain Planning Versions
Session 11: REPORTS
   1. Financial statement version
   2. General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Report

Who can take this course
 1. knowledge in any SAP module/any programming language
 2. knowledge Finance/Accounts/GST
 3. Basic understanding of company accounts
 4. People who are in accounts or admin department and want to upgrade their knowledge with SAP modules as user or admin

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.30000/- + 18% GST

11. SAP SD

Duration: 40 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1: Introductions to SD
   1. Introduction to ERP
   2. SAP Overview
   3. Functions and Objectives Of SD
   4. Overview Cycle of SD  
Session 2: Organizational structure of an Enterprise in the SAP ECC system
   1. Navigation basics- Easy access, favorites, settings
   2. Creation Of Organizational Elements – Company, Company code, Plant, Storage Location, Sales organization, Distribution channel, Sales Office, Sales group and Assignments
Session 3: Master Data
   1. Material Master
   2. Customer Master
   3. Customer Material Information record
Session 4: Pricing Process and Determination
   1. Pricing Condition technique overview
   2. Define Access sequence
   3. Define Condition Types
   4. Define pricing procedures
   5. Pricing procedure determination
   6. Pricing conditions in sales order
   7. Pricing conditions in Invoicing
Session 5: Document Types for Pre-sales and Sales Documents
   1. (IN,QT,OR,QC,WK1,WK2,CS,RO,CR,DR)-vov8
   2. Define Document types
   3. Define Number Ranges for Document Type
   4. Defining Sales document types with controls
   5. Sales Item category defining and controls 
   6. Schedule line categories
   7. Item category and schedule line categories determinations
Session 6: Sales Cycles - sales processes
   1. Sales Inquiry Process
   2. Sales Quotation Process
   3. Contracts processing
   4. Sales Order Process
   5. Delivery and Shipping process
   6. Invoicing Process
   7. Credit and Debit Memo process
   8. Credit Sales Process- Configuring credit checks, risk categories
   9. Cash Sales process
   10. Rush Order process
Session 7: Free goods processing
   1. Free goods process overview
   2. Free goods Condition technique
   3. Exclusive and Inclusive free offers
Session 8: Revenue Account Determination
   1. Integration of SD with FI/CO
   2. Revenue account determination process
   3. Revenue account determination
   4. G/L account determinations
Session 9: SD Basic Functions
   1. Partner determination process
   2. Output determination process
   3. Text determination process
   4. Material determination
   5. Transfer of requirements
   6. Availability check process
   7. Incompletion process
   8. Listing and Exclusion
   9. Route determination process
   10. Working with Bill of Materials
Session 10: Special Sales Special Processes
   1. Consignment Sales process
   2. Stock transport order
   3. Third party process
   4. Intercompany Sales
   5. Rebates processing
Session 11: Invoicing Plans
   1. Periodic Invoicing
   2. Milestone billing
Session 12: SAP S/4 Hana
   1. Basic knowledge on S4 Hana database
   2. Difference between S4h & ECC
   3. Basic knowledge on SAP Fiori APPS
Session 13: Integration with Other Modules and Support:
   1. Integration of SD with FI/CO
   2. Integration of SD with MM
   3. Integration of SD with PP
   4. Idocs handling
   5. Batch Jobs handling
   6. Support Projects Handling documentation
   7. Implementation Projects handling & documentation
   8. Resume Preparation
   9. Interview preparation

Who can take this course
 1. Corporate and Professional from the field of Sales and Distribution
 2. SAP users in corporate sectors
 3. IT & Computer Science graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with programming knowledge
 4. People who are in the corporate sales & pre-sales domain

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Not scheduled

12. SAP Warehouse Management (WM)

Duration: 48 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1: Introduction to Warehouse Management
   1. Warehouse management overview in SAP R/3
   2. Organization Data
   3. Warehouse Structure
   4. Warehouse Master Data
   5. WM Material master view
Session 2: Organization Data
Session A: Define Warehouse structure
   1. Warehouse number
   2. Storage type
   3. Storage section
   4. Storage Bin
   5. Picking Area
   6. Storage unit
   7. Quant etc.
Session B: Master Data
   1. Material Master
   2. Storage bin
Session C: Transfer Requirement
   1. Create Transfer requirement automatically
   2. Create Transfer requirement manually
   3. Create Transfer requirement for storage type
   4. Create Transfer requirement for material
Session 3: Transfer Order
   1. Number Range for TO
   2. Create TO w.r.t Transfer Requirement
   3. Create TO w.r.t Posting change notice no
   4. Create TO w.r.t Storage unit
   5. Create TO w.r.t Material document
   6. Create TO w.r.t Inbound delivery
   7. T.O. Creation In Background
   8. Confirm the Transfer Order
   9. Cancel the Transfer Order
   10. Print Transfer Order
Session 4: Put away Strategies
   1. Next to empty bin
   2. Fixed Bin
   3. Open Storage
   4. Addition to existing bin
   5. Pallets
   6. Fixed bin strategy
Session 5: Picking Strategies
   1. Shelf life expired
   2. FIFO
   3. Stringent FIFO
   4. LIFO
Session 6: Warehouse Management Business Scenario's (MM)
   1. Goods Receipt processing with inbound delivery (with ASN)
   2. Goods receipt processing without inbound delivery
   3. Goods issue for internal consumption
   4. Replenishment Control for Storage Type
Session 7: Warehouse movement types
   1. Define reference movement types for WM
   2. Assign reference movement types to WM movement types
Session 8: Search Strategies
   1. Storage type search strategies
   2. Storage section search strategies
   3. Storage bin type search strategies
Session 9: Batch Management in WM
   1. Condition Tables
   2. Access Sequence
   3. Strategy Types
   4. WM Batch Search Procedure
   5. Batch Status in WM
   6. Characteristics and class
   7. 'SLED in Batch in WM
   8. Manual and Automatic Batch Display in WM

Who can take this course
 1. Corporate and Professional from the field of Sales and Distribution
 2. SAP users in corporate sectors
 3. IT & Computer Science graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with programming knowledge
 4. People who are in the corporate sales & pre-sales domain

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.36000/- + 18% GST

13. SAP MM

Duration: 48 Contact Hours in 3 Month
Topics Covered:
Session 1: Define Procurement Processes
Session 2: Describe the components of commonly used procurement processes.
Session 3: Describe configuration using Procurement
Session 4: Define Organization Levels and the Master Data
Session 5: set up Material and Vendor Master records
Session 6: Describe configuration using Organization Levels and Master Data
Session 7: Configure Vendor Master, Material Master and Organization levels
Session 8: Define Purchasing Optimization
Session 9: Define Inventory Management
Session 10: Process Goods Receipts, Goods Issues, Transfer Postings and Special Inventory Processes.
Session 11: Define Valuation and Account Determination
Session 12: Describe account determination and valuation set up.
Session 13: Define Logistics Invoice Verification
Session 14: Describe Invoice Blocks, Subsequent Debits/Credits, Tolerances and Special Settings for LIV.
Session 15: Define Material Requirements Planning
Session 16: Set up MRP Parameters in Configuration and Application sides.
Session 17: Describe configuration using Inventory Management
Session 18: Set up Movement Types, Documents and Plant Parameters.
Session 19: Define Physical Inventory

Who can take this course
 1. Corporate and Professional from different heavy industries and plants
 2. SAP users in corporate sectors, Plants, logistics and heavy industries
 3. IT & Computer Science graduates, B.Tech, M. Tech, MCA with programming knowledge

We will provide course completion certificate only. Assistance for Power User and Global Certification for the willing students.

Fees: Rs.30000/- + 18% GST

SAP Global Certification

Candidates can appear for SAP Global Certification for all the above modules. The SAP Global Certification is awarded by SAP Inc. and is valid globally across different organizations and industries.

More details about the certification is available in https://www.sap.com/india/training-certification/education-courses.html#certification.

What is SAP training?

How does SAP training help?

SAP Training cultivates proficiency and practical expertise in the management and application of technology. It caters to individuals across all levels, from everyday users to senior management.

Whether to train from recognised / non-recognised Institutes?

The SAP Curriculum provides a standardized, structured, and systematic approach to learning. SAP Education is available through SAP and its educational partners. At the same time, there are thousands of Institutes offering SAP training.

What is the SAP training cost?

SAP training cost for different modules are mentioned in our brochure but that may varies time to time. Please contact our help line number or our website for details a latest information.

Can I pay my course fees in instalments?

Yes, you can make payment in 2 instalments.

I am making plans to do the sap course. Do I get a certificate?

Yes, sap course completion certificates are given by the institute after the completion of the course.

However, if you want to bag a Globally valid certificate from SAP Inc. then you need to appear and clear the Global SAP Certification examination. The certification exam administered at SAP and Pearson VUE is identical. When taking the exam at an SAP or Education Partner's site, the S User ID is generated by them. If you are booking at Pearson VUE, then you need to ask your company’s basis team or SAP Education team to help you. If the S ID is created by your company, then they may delete when you are moving out of the company. Recently, at Pearson VUE, the exam was conducted under CCTV and students were not allowed to keep anything. They will also capture your photograph during the identification process. Nevertheless, at SAP / Education Partner, identification is conducted through your passport or driving license, deviating from this practice.

How much is SAP global certification cost?

The cost is 40,000 in India, and it varies from country to country. This amount does not cover training expenses. If you factor in the training costs as well, the overall package may escalate to Rs. 3 lakhs, depending on the certification course you choose.

Who are my trainers?

The courses are handled by SAP Consultants who have a rich functional as well as technical experience and are highly skilled in handling SAP implementations and support and roll out and upgrade projects.

I want to be a SAP consultant. What relevant course should I choose?

Whitehat Academy is the best route for those who wish to gain knowledge and become a Certified Consultant in SAP.

Functional Modules:

  • Financial Accounting (FI)
  • Controlling (CO)
  • Sales and Distribution (SD)
  • Material Management (MM)
  • Production Planning (PP)
  • Human Resources (HR)
  • Project systems (PS)
  • Quality Management (QM)

Technical Module:

  • SAP BW

System Administration:

  • SAP Solution Manager
  • SAP Authorization
  • SAP BW

Whether SAP Certification gives me a guaranteed job?

SAP Certification does not guarantee employment. Instead, it serves to certify your proficiency in a specific area based on your knowledge at the time of certification. This certification aids employers in trusting SAP as a third-party endorsement when hiring consultants. SAP Certification is just one component of the recruitment process, and it is essential for consultants to manage their expectations accordingly.

Is Certification a mandatory thing to get a job?

Certification is not a prerequisite for securing a job in the SAP field. Numerous skilled consultants thrive without holding SAP Certification, and conversely, some well-qualified consultants may not pass the certification process. Conversely, not all certified consultants necessarily excel in their roles. While having certification is beneficial, employers may prefer certified consultants in certain situations when faced with CVs of equal merit.

What are the prerequisites for doing a SAP training

To take any Functional module, you need to have a minimum of 2-3 years of industrial/domain experience in the relevant business function. To take the technical module of SAP you need to be strong in programming /networking concepts. Typically advised for individuals with a minimum of 1-2 years of technical experience, candidates should also hold professional qualifications such as a BE/B.Tech, MBA, CA, or equivalent credentials.

What is SAP R/3 standard training? What are the offerings?

SAP R/3 Training provides you the training on Real time Data with 3 tier Architecture. Courses introduce you to fundamental business processes that can be modelled using the SAP System. The courses serve as an introduction to a particular specialist area, for example, procurement, production planning, and so on. This course not only explores the complete range of functions in a given application, but concentrates even on key business processes, and on the integration with other modules.

Courses focus on providing detailed information about individual application areas and concentrate on SAP Customizing and functional description. They usually build on information covered in the corresponding level 2 courses and are tailored to meet the requirements of project team’s needs.

Admission Going-On for Our Next SAP Course Batch

Start Date – 1st July, 2024

Last Date of Admission – 25th June, 2024

For online classes, classes will be held Via Google Meet. Video recordings of all lectures will be available for later reference.

Classroom training will be done at our following center as per the training schedule –

Imagine Techpark
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Saltlake Sector V, Kolkata, 700091, India

Contact us for further details and admission procedure.

Fees are inclusive of GST

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SAP Security Basics

Fees: Rs.35400/-

SAP Security Advance

Fees: Rs.37760/-


Fees: Rs.23600/-


Not scheduled

Solution Manager 7.2

Fees: Rs.29500/-

SAP HR & SuccessFactors

Not scheduled

SAP Finance And Controlling (FICO)

Fees: Rs.35400/-


Not scheduled

SAP Warehouse Management (WM)

Fees: Rs.42480/-


Fees: Rs.35400/-

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