In this course, we look at the challenges of implementing SAP with a virtual team whose members sit remotely in individual locations across the globe. A business case simulation looks at the possible challenges and how to address them in a situation such as the Covid-19 Pandemic. After an introduction to the challenges, subsequent lessons explain the preparation needed before starting the execution, how the project is executed, and what lessons were learned.
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Experienced in Product Management, Implementation, Consulting, Development, Training and Testing of ERP Products Baan IV, Oracle EBS R12, SAP ECC and PS9 across the continents of Africa, Europe, Middle East and US. has 7 years of Product Management experience in Oracle corporation and Baan Company. Before moving to IT, acquired experience in Power Plant Operation & Maintenance. Has extensive experience in Presales of IT Enterprise Solutions. Prepared methodologies and templates for Presales. Conversant with ERPs (SAP, Oracle, Baan and Peoplesoft), Solution Manager, Implementation methodologies of Oracle Unified Process (OUP), SAP ASAP and Activate (Beginner). Authored Proprietary methodology for ERP Implementation, Support and Integration for one of the employers. Major modules of expertise in SAP include SAP MM, PP, SAP SRM7 and SD. Some of the achievements include: 1. Led Virtual Go Live of SAP full ECC for a Japan Automobile Customer completely during the COVID19 lockdown period 2. Led the first implementation in Africa of SAP SRM7 3. Contributed to Development and certification (by SAP) of Pre-Configured SAP Solution for IS Utilities Held the Certifications that include CPIM (Certified Production and Inventory Management from APICS, USA), PMP (from PMI, USA), CIERP Certified Implementer of ERP (from CIBRES) and CGBL (Certified Global Business Leader, from U21). Still continues to learn and conversant with latest topics such as RPA, DevOPS, Design Thinking and BlockChain and contributed winning assignments for the organizations.View Details