Course announcements

  • SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM) provides you with innovative methods to coordinate your business processes with your key suppliers and make them more effective. SAP SRM enables you to optimize your procurement strategy, to work more effectively with your supplier pool, and thus to gain long-term benefits from all your supplier relationships. With SAP SRM you can examine and forecast purchasing behavior, shorten procurement cycles, and work with your partners in real time. This allows you to develop long-term relationships with all those suppliers that have proven themselves to be reliable partners.


  • Gain insight into the overall features and functionality in SAP SRM
  • Outline SRM procurement processes using catalogs and shopping carts
  • Describe Strategic Sourcing and contract management


  • Application Consultant
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Process Architect
  • Business Process Owner / Team Lead / Power User
  • Change Manager
  • Help Desk / COE Support
  • Program / Project Manager



  • Basic knowledge of procurement processes


Course based on software release

  • SAP SRM 7.0 with Enhancement Package 3


  • SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) Overview
    • Describing the SRM Business Scenarios
    • Describing the SAP Procurement Portfolio
    • Describing SRM Architecture
    • Evaluating the SRM Deployment Scenarios
  • SAP SRM Operational Procurement
    • Explaining the Organization Plan in SRM
    • Describing Master Data in SRM
    • Using Catalogs in SRM
    • Creating Shopping Carts for Indirect Procurement
    • Approving and Reviewing Shopping Carts
    • Creating Confirmations
    • Creating Invoices
    • Creating Shopping Carts for Direct Procurement
    • Processing Purchase Orders
    • Processing Requirements in the Sourcing Cockpit
    • Ordering Services in SRM
  • Strategic Sourcing and Operational Contract Management
    • Creating an RFx and Submitting Bids in SRM
    • Creating Auctions and Submitting Bids in SRM
    • Creating Central Contracts
  • Supplier Self-Services
    • Collaborating with Suppliers using Supplier Self-Services