SAP PS Training – SAP Project System (PS) Course

This course covers basic SAP Project System in 19 lessons, including master data, project planning, acquisitions, network activities and settlements using the new Project Builder. This is an interactive simulation course and includes simulated SAP screens. This allows you to interact with the screens just like a real SAP system, including entering data in fields and clicking on buttons or links.

SAP PS Training Goals

This course will help you become familiar with SAP’s PS (Project System) module using the Project Builder. You will learn how to:

  • Create a Project with Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) & Network Activities
  • Create Project Plans with Easy Cost Planning and Project Planning Board
  • Create Requisitions and Purchase Orders for WBS
  • Run Settlements
  • Run Project Reports

Training Content
Lesson 01
Display PS master data: WBS and Network templates FREE LESSON
Lesson 02
Create project description and project number

Lesson 03
Create internal work activity
Lesson 04
Create cost activity: purchasing and stock reservation
Lesson 05
Attach PS text document and perform mass maintanance
Lesson 06
Activity relationships and constraints
Lesson 07
Scheduling project dates
Lesson 08
Planned costs report
Lesson 09
Project planning board: Gantt diagram and re-scheduling
Lesson 10
Create project version of your initial project plan
Lesson 11
Release project

Lesson 12
Project purchase order and financial account assignment
Lesson 13
Goods receipt of purchase order to project
Lesson 14
Confirmation of actual work hours performed
Lesson 15
Insert new work activity: re-schedule time plan and re-calculate cost plan
Lesson 16
Close project

Lesson 17
Project version comparison: initial vs present project plan
Lesson 18
Project cost reports: plan/actual and version cost comparison
Lesson 19
Project schedule reports: basic dates, progress, and PS materials

The price for this course is $89.

SAP PS Training

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