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It helps you manage your project structures, dates, costs, and resources throughout the entire project lifecycle. Both of these structures, as well as basic functions and processes of SAP PS, are described in this course using two sample projects. The business examples for these two projects are introduced in this lesson.
More information on these two example projects is provided in this lesson. Introduction Both large-scale projects, such as constructing a factory, and smaller projects, such as organizing a trade fair, require the numerous activities involved to be planned, controlled and monitored precisely, systematically, and efficiently.
Professional project management is becoming an increasingly important factor for boosting the competitive strength of companies, and not just for those whose success is based on project-oriented business processes. These conditions include the objectives of the project, the time frame for executing it, as well as financial and capacity-related restrictions. Projects are often cost-intensive, time-consuming, and of strategic importance; as a result, they can also represent a risk for the company.
Projects are normally given an appropriate structure to allow dates, resources, costs, budgets and payments to be planned, controlled, and monitored transparently. Hierarchies are often used for evaluating aggregated data, allocating budgets, and defining responsibilities. Project-specific organizational forms are usually created for projects that are integrated in an enterprise s business processes.
These organizational forms are in a position central to the user departments involved so that all the tasks that occur when the project is executed can be properly controlled. SAP PS provides structures that allow you to map projects flexibly and with the appropriate structures.
Using suitable tools and reports in SAP PS, you can plan and monitor dates, costs, revenues, budgets, resources, materials, and so on, for these structures.
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