After SAP SD is installed (i.e. SAP ECC ), I understand there are functional configurations in addition to some Basis steps that need to be done.
Could you tell me what are things to configure?
Is there a documentation or SAP Best Practice templates to follow? Does implementation roadmap provide such a guide?
I mean a documentation that provides good , practical instructions.
I tried searching for enterprise structure but could not find much under this forum.
Have a nice day.
I am not able to uderstand your question completely. Providing two points based on ur question :--
01.The SAP Best Practices packages include the documentation and preconfiguration that helps you set up a mySAP All-in-
One solution. Various SAP Best Practices industry packages are designed to meet industry-specific needs. For example,
SAP Best Practices for High Tech comprises everything that is needed to set up a comprehensive solution in the area of the
High Tech industry including diverse predefined industryspecific business scenarios. In contrast to the SAP Best Practices
industry packages, the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package provides business scenarios that are not designed to meet the
needs of a specific industry. Instead, these rather generic scenarios can be used as the basis for creating a mySAP All-in-
One solution independent of the focus of that particular solution. Finally, an assortment of SAP Best Practices crossindustry
packages provides predefined business scenarios that focus on the areas of customer relationship management, supply
chain management, and business intelligence (for example, SAP Best Practices for Business Intelligence).
Customers who choose a mySAP All-in-One solution based on SAP Best Practices can be confident they are receiving proven
expertise and concrete values. All the comprehensive functions covered by SAP Best Practices can be fine-tuned to meet a
companyu2019s specific needs.
( Source : SAP.COM )
Pls refer following links :--
02. Enterprise structure : --
SAP enterprise structure is organizational structure that represents an enterprise in SAP R/3 system. It consists of some organizational units which, for legal reasons or for other specific business-related reasons or purposes, are grouped together. Organizational units include legal company entities, sales offices, profit centers, etc. Organizational units handle specific business functions.
Organizational units may be assigned to a single module (such as a sales organization assigned to Sales and Distribution (SD) module, or to several modules (such as a plant assigned to Materials Management (MM) and Production Planning (PP) module).
SAP R/3 system can represent a complex enterprise structure. Its flexibility can integrate the structure of an enterprise by linking its organizational unit. Enterprise structure design is a fundamental process in a SAP implementation project. The design is mainly determined by the business scenarios performed in an enterprise. Once the design is determined, it will affect many things such as how to perform a transaction and generate reports on SAP system. Although itu2019s possible, it requires great effort to change the enterprise structure. So , we must ensure that the enterprise structure designed in the SAP implementation project can accommodate all business scenarios and enterpriseu2019s requirements for current and future situation.
Edited by: Rajesh Kumar Bhansali on Mar 2, 2011 2:16 PM