SAP Plant Maintenance (PM) Training



Title SAP Plant Maintenance (PM) Training
Length 4 Days
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Details Table of Contents for the training manual: Download PDF >
Sample Chapter from the training manual: Download PDF >
Onsite Courses Available upon request.
Who Should Attend
  • Project team members supporting PM
  • Business Analysts supporting PM
  • IT staff
  • Maintenance Managers, Reliability Practitioners, Planner/Schedulers, and procurement personnel who support maintenance
Prerequisites
  • General knowledge of SAP Navigation and a basic understanding of SAP configuration methods
  • Basic understanding of maintenance organizations
  • Basic familiarity with maintenance program objectives
Level Beginner-Intermediate
Advanced Preparation None
Objectives To obtain an understanding of the module and how it is integrated with other applications. Furthermore, attendees will understand business processes within PM.
Configuration Points
  • Learn how PM supports the business aspects of a maintenance organization
  • Understand and configure enterprise and organizational structure, technical objects, transactional objects
  • Understand key concepts and make basic configuration settings to support corrective maintenance
  • Understand key concepts and make basic configuration settings to support preventive maintenance
  • Gain understanding of integration between PM and other modules
  • Gain understanding of basic queries, reports and the potential benefits of using BW with PM
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ERPtips SAP Plant Maintenance class begins with overviews of the core process areas of plant maintenance and an examination of the more popular ways businesses incorporate them into their business model to support the concept of Enterprise Asset Management. Once a sound understanding of these processes is achieved, they are deconstructed, explored and reconstructed from the ground up with including the basic configuration required to begin using Plant Maintenance. The course then examines basic reporting and reliability data collection, and finishes out with a look at how Plant Maintenance can be integrated with other areas of the business process such as procurement and finance.