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Overview

This instructor-led course shows in detail the setup of technical asset structures which will be used as the basis and the backbone for maintenance processing. This course also contains all relevant customising settings (IMG) for technical objects.

This course is based on software release:

  • SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 8

Note: This course is a common course of curricula SAP Enterprise Asset Management and SAP Customer Service.

Audience

  • Business Process Owner / Team Lead / Power User
  • Industry Specialist

Prerequisites

Essential

  • PLM300 – Business Processes in Plant Maintenance

Recommended

  • none

The supply of this course by DDLS is governed by the booking terms and conditions. Please read the terms and conditions carefully before enrolling in this course, as enrolment in the course is conditional on acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Outline

  • Functional Locations
  • Equipment
  • Linear Asset Management
  • Classification
  • Bill of Material (BOM)
  • Serial Numbers
  • Measurement points and Counters
  • Functional Locations – advanced functions
  • Equipment – advanced functions

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If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. Its a cost effective option. One on one training can be delivered too, at reasonable rates.

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SPVC = Self Paced Virtual Class

LVC = Live Virtual Class

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