SAP ISU DM Online Training
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SAP ISU DM Online Training

SAP ISU DM Online training, Globus provides SAP ISU DM Online training with certified real time experienced consultants. We also provide project support assistance

SAP ISU DM Online Training Overview:

SAP Utilities (SAP IS-U) is a process-oriented sales and information system that supports all services of utility and waste disposal companies. You can use SAP Utilities to manage and bill residential, commercial and industrial, and prospective customers.

SAP Utilities helps you to keep you business processes as streamlined and as efficient as possible. As a single software solution, SAP Utilities eliminates incompatible and isolated information in the back office. With SAP Utilities, you can access data at any time from diverse business areas, providing you with the information you need to make the right decisions.

SAP Device Management is fully integrated with the PM and MM and AM modules. A device (e.g.: meter, transformer) is a serial number of a device category and in the same time a piece of equipment. The device category is defined as a material in the material master.

The SAP IS-U Billing component is used for billing the following standard divisions: Electricity, gas, water/waste water, district heating, and multimedia services (for example, cable TV).  The supply and services provided by a utility company are billed using this component.  It offers a range of billing procedures with a variety of selection and control options.

The IS-U Invoicing component enables you to group services and invoice them on one bill.  You can also use the component to calculate and charge fees and taxes.

SAP IS U Billing & Invoicing is fully integrated with SD. For example we can implement a process where some services are billed in SD and Invoiced in IS-U.

SAP ISU DM Online training Curriculum

1. Utilities Industry Overview

1.1. De-Regulatory Market

1.2. Unbundling

2. Introduction to SAP IS-U

2.1. SAP R/3 Overview

2.2. Extended R/3 Integration Model & SAP ISU

2.3. SAP IS Utilities components

2.4. ISU/CCS Integration Model

2.5. Relation between R/3 and ISU Components

2.6. Typical ISU Scenario

3. Regional Structures

3.1. Purpose of regional structure

3.2. Postal Regional structure

3.3. Political Regional structure

3.4. Company Regional structure

3.5. Portions & Meter reading Units

3.6. Scheduling tasks

3.7. Dependencies of Regional structures

4. ISU Master data

4.1. Introduction to Master data

4.2. Business Master data

4.2.1. Business Partner

4.2.2. Contract account

4.2.3. Contract

4.2.4. System configuration in SAP IS-U & R/3

4.2.5. Creation of Business master data

4.3. Technical Master data

4.3.1. Connection Object

4.3.2. Premise

4.3.3. Installation

4.3.4. System configuration in SAP IS-U & R/3

4.3.5. Creation of Technical master data

5. Move-in & Move-out

5.1. Move-in Introduction

5.2. Move-in Business scenario

5.3. Move-in Processing

5.4. Changes to contract data during Move-in

5.5. Allocation of Contract to installation

5.6. Installation History

5.7. System Configurations @ SAP IS-U

6. Device Technology (Device management)

6.1. Device Category & Device

6.2. Device management Overview

6.3. Integration with Logistics

6.4. Register & Register data

6.5. Modeling of devices

6.6. Device Inspection and certification

7. Installations & Order processing

7.1. Installation Overview

7.2. The Installation service process

7.3. Installation services

7.4. Service processing

7.5. Periodic Device replacement

7.5.1. Replacement of a meter

7.5.2. Reversal of Removal

7.6. Business scenario: Replacement of sample device

7.6.1. Generation of service order

7.6.2. Executing the service order

7.6.3. Determining the Device location

7.6.4. Device Location & data

8. Overview of Technical Objects

8.1. Relationship between Technical objects

8.2. Service order execution steps

8.3. Technical installation structure

8.3.1. Example of installation structure

8.3.2. Billing related process & data entry

8.4. Device History

8.5. Device life cycle

9. Meter reading Overview

9.1. Meter Reading introduction

9.2. Types of Meter reading

9.3. Meter Reading Organization(Street route)

9.4. Creating Meter reading orders

9.5. Validating Meter reading results

9.5.1. Monitoring meter reading results

9.5.2. Reversing Meter reading orders

10. Integration of DM with other modules :

10.1. Integration with MM module.

10.2. Integration with PM module.

11.  Billing Master Data, Rate structure, Creation and Execution

Billing Class

Rate type

Rate Category

Operands

Prices, price categories, Price types

Rates, Rate line items

Facts

Schemas, Working with schemas

Rate Determination

discounts/Surcharges

12.  Important Billing Functions

  1. Billing Tasks
  2. Billing periods
  3. Special Billing functions
  4. Process of Billing
  5. Entry of selection
  6. Billing & Simulation
  7. Document Information
  8. Out-sorting (Billing and Invoicing)
  9. Billing Reversal Process

10.  Manual billing

13.  Invoicing

  1. Invoicing Overview
  2. Tasks of invoicing
  3. Invoicing Processing
  4. Budget Billing procedure
  5. Payment plan categories
  6. Creation of Budget billing plan
  7. Payment plan (Creation and Configuration)
  8. Payment schemes (Creation and Configuration)
  9. Invoicing reversal (Basic settings for Invoicing reversal)

10.  Out-sorting (Billing and Invoicing)

11.  Lock Reasons for Invoicing

12.  Bill Printout

13.  Bill form

14.  Control Parameters for bill printout

15.  Classification criteria of billing line items

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