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can any one explain structure of the business process in Business Blue Print? this question is raised in MNC interview . Please give reply.



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Hi Murali

For any organisation, while implementing SAP, there are 6 Roadmap which defines different phases of implementation process. Out of six, Business Blue Print is the second phase as detailed below:

1. Project Preparation

· Initial planning & preparation for SAP implementation project.
· Define project goals & identify scope of project (ie: identify which biz process we want to map into SAP & the modules & functionality we are going to use for each module.
· Define Landscapes and teams.
· Project Kick -off

2. Business Blue Print

· We identify the requirements perform re-engineering & record the requirements to be delivered by SAP.
· Identify Base line scope (80% of the project deliverables) & Master data, Q & A Database & Workshops.
· Develop system environment, biz organization structure, biz process definition, Currencies and chart of Accounts.

3. Realization Phase

: Project management realization phase.
· Implement all the documented requirements in biz blue print, perform integrated tests & setup system for productive operation
· It’s divided into Baseline configuration phase, Final configuration phase, Unit testing phase & Integration testing Phase.
· Create Forms, reports, Test Plans & conduct Workshops.

4. Final Preparation

· End user training.
· Checking of setting for O/P, Printing and associated hardware.
· Cut – over and Back – up support.

5. Go – Live & Support

· Checking for transaction data.
· Project team accompanies till productive system stabilizes.
· Project management prepares for acceptance from client management.

6. End Project


· Assessment of specified & achieved biz process.

· Responsibility passed on to clients IT Department.


G. Lakshmipathi

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