Sap Variant Configuration:

Variant configuration is for manufacturing complex products. The manufacturer is always having to offer new variants of its products. Often, new variants are created by modifying existing product designs as you process the order. The important thing is to react quickly to customers' requirements. The customer determines the features of the product. A customer buying a car, for example, can choose the features of the car and combine these features as required. The product configurator improves information exchange between sales, engineering, and production. Variant configuration helps the customer or salesperson to put together specifications for the product and ensure that the product can be produced from these specifications. It also ensures that production costs do not overstep the mark

SAP Variant Configuration Online Training Course Details

Unit 1: SAP Variant Configuration Overview

  • What is SAP Variant Configuration
  • Why Variant Configuration Required
  • Advantages of Variant Configuration
  • VC Model and Master Data
  • Implementation Requirements
  • Variant Configuration Integration
  • Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Challenges in Variant Configuration
  • Process with Variant Configuration
  • Configuration Workgroup
  • VC Demo

Unit 2: VC Configuration and Master Data Settings

  • Characteristic Group
  • Dependency Groups
  • Defining a Material as Configurable
  • Configuration Profile
  • Super BOM
  • Super Routing

Unit 3: Characteristics

  • Creating Characteristics
  • Naming Conventions
  • Entering Basic Data, Values, Additional Data
  • Allowed Changes to Characteristics
  • Characteristics Dependency Assignments
  • Reference Characteristics
  • Reporting Functions for Characteristics and Where used List
  • Changing, and Displaying Characteristics

Unit 4: Class and Classification

  • Class Types and Overview
  • Create Class
  • Assign Characteristics to the Class
  • Assign Dependencies to the Class
  • Classification
  • Object Dependencies in Classification
  • Finding Objects
  • Reporting to the Class and Classification
  • Changing/Deleting Classes and Classification

Unit 5: Variant Functions

  • Overview
  • Create Variant Function
  • Function Call
  • Procedure using Variant Function
  • Changing/Deleting Variant Function

Unit 6: Variant Tables

  • Creating Variant Table Structure
  • Link to Data Base Tables
  • Maintaining Table Entries
  • Tables used in Preconditions
  • Tables used in Selection Conditions
  • Tables used in Procedure
  • Tables used in Constraints
  • Changing/Deleting Variant Tables

Unit 7: Dependencies

  • Dependency Overview and Types
  • Creating Dependencies
  • Preconditions
  • Selection Conditions
  • Procedure
  • Constraints
  • Dependency Syntax
  • Dependency Assignments
  • Where Used List and Reporting
  • Changing/Deleting Dependencies

Unit 8: Configuration Profile and Interface Design

  • Creating Configuration Profile
  • Process OverviewOrder BOM
  • Interface Design
  • Changing/Deleting Configuration Profile
  • Possible Combinations of Configuration Profiles

Unit 9: Super BOM

  • Creating Super BOM

Unit 10: Super Routing

  • Creating Super Routing
  • Routing Operations
  • Procedure in Super Routing
  • Assigning Selection Conditions to the Routing Operations
  • Variant Tables for Routing Operations Times
  • Reference Characteristics in Super Routing
  • Changing/Deleting Super Routing

Unit 11: Variant Pricing

  • Variant Conditions Overview
  • Variant Conditions Creation
  • Variant Conditions using Tables
  • Call Variant Conditions through Procedure

Unit 12: VC Landscape and Master Data Change Process

  • Variant Configuration System Landscape
  • VC Roles
  • VC Master Data Change Process
  • ALE Settings
  • VC Master Data Approval Process

Unit 13: VC Implementation Methodology

  • VC Blue Print and Workshops
  • MTO and MTS with Variant Configuration
  • VC Master Data Scope
  • VC Master Design Sheets
  • Upload and Validation