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Project Management With SAP Project System.pdf


Project stakeholders should be able to manage these issues and change requests effectively so that effects due to the same can be minimized on the duration, quality, and cost of the project. They should also be able to track the changes along with their financial impact on the project during the complete life cycle of the project.




Project Management With SAP Project System.pdf


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Project Issue and Change Management in Commercial Project Management can help project stake holders to identify, document, communicate and track issues and changes. The financial impact due to the same can be estimated and sent for approval before these changes are implemented.


Users can also go into project workspace and report Issues and Change requests for the master project. However, user has to select if he / she wants to report issue or a change request in this case. Since, issue is triggered within the project workspace, master project will be automatically selected in this case.


All the issues and change requested created against the master project are displayed in the project workspace. Users can always go into any issue to check the current status. Progress on the issues can also be updated along with the status of the same.


Information, as shown below, should be entered into the change request before it is sent for approval. Master project is mandatory to be entered while creating a change request. So, it should be created beforehand. Master project will be automatically selected while creating change requests from the project workspace.


In most businesses, managing projects is an important key to success. Optimizing business processes, analyzing important data, and keeping up with a project timeline can seem a bit daunting to tackle at one time. But, SAP Project Systems has the tools you need to handle project activities effectively and efficiently throughout the entire project lifecycle.


Before a project can begin in SAP, users need to classify the project, define a project goal, and outline the specific activities to be completed throughout the project. Projects can be classified in each of the following ways and are dependent on budget and project management resources:


In addition to the two key project classifications, SAP PS also allows users to further categorize projects by activity or project structure, including Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) or per work packages for individual activities. With this level of classification and organization, the SAP PS module lets users shape their experience to fit their own needs, helping to increase the productivity and optimization of their project management system.


SAP PS offers a number of ways to structure a project, including WBS and network diagrams. You can define your project structures manually, based on template, or even automatically using sales documents. Essentially, no matter what type of project structure makes sense given your business requirements, SAP PS can help you make it work.


Similar to time scheduling, SAP PS users can either plan their project costs manually in the WBS or automatically through networks and assigned orders. The former allows for using profiles to enter quantities (such as materials or internal/external activities) to each individual WBS element. The latter makes copying plan data to new projects a breeze, not to mention the fact that cost planning shifts automatically with activities if parts of a project end up getting rescheduled.