SAP Trade Promotion Management

ICP600 5 days

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SAP Trade Promotion Management

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EHP2 FOR CRM 7.0

Goals

  • Course participants will learn about the business processes in the SAP Trade Promotion Management solution. They also gain knowledge of how to set up the basic configuration for an integrated TPM scenario using SAP CRM, SAP ERP, and SAP BW.

Audience

  • Consultants, customers and project team members who want to have greater knowledge of the functions and scenarios in SAP Trade Promotion Management

Prerequisites

Essential

  • SAPCRM Overview of the SAP CRM solution
  • CR100 CRM Customizing Fundamentals
  • General experience with SAP BW-BPS
  • General experience with SAP CRM and SAP ERP

Recommended

  • Knowledge of Consumer Products Industry
  • General experience with SAP BW
  • SCM620 Pricing in Sales and Distribution
  • CR600 SAP CRM Marketing
  • CR580 - SAP CRM User Interface

Course based on software release

  • SAP CRM 7.0 EhP1
  • SAP ECC 6.0 EhP5
  • SAP BW 7.3

Content

  • SAP TRADE PROMOTION MANAGEMENT
    • Introduction Web Client UI: TPM
    • TPM Business Environment
    • SAP TPM Solution Overview
    • Headquarter Planning
    • Trade Funds Management
    • Account and Promotion Planning
    • Integrated Marketing Calendar
    • Trade Promotion Optimization
    • Account Sell In and Trade Promotion Execution
    • Trade Claims Management
    • Demand Planning
    • Trade Promotion Effectiveness
    • Conclusion
  • CONFIGURATION FOR SAP TPM
    • TPM Relevant Master Data
    • Configuration of Integrated TPM Scenario - Trade Funds Management Configuration
    • Configuration of Integrated TPM Scenario - Trade Promotion Management Configuration
    • Configuration of Integrated TPM Scenario - Trade Claims Management Configuration
    • Planning Integration and Configuration
    • External Data Integration

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