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Introduction to ASAP Methodology

ASAP Methodology
AcceleratedSAP methodology is proven, repeatable and successful approach to implement SAP solutions across industries and customer environments.
It provides content, tools and expertise from thousands of successful implementations.

Phase 1: Project Preparation:
During this phase the team goes through initial planning and preparation for SAP project.
Define project goals and objectives
Clarify the scope of implementation
Define project schedule, budget plan, and implementation sequence
Establish the project organization and relevant committees and assign resources

Phase 2: Business Blueprint:
The purpose of this phase is to achieve a common understanding of how the company intends to run SAP to support their business. Also, to refine the original project goals and objectives and revise the overall project schedule in this phase. The result is the Business Blueprint, a detailed documentation of the results gathered during requirements workshops.

Phase 3: Realization:
The purpose of this phase is to implement all the business process requirements based on the Business Blueprint. The system configuration methodology is provided in two work packages: Baseline (major scope); and Final configuration (remaining scope). Other key focal areas of this phase are conducting integration tests and drawing up end user documentation.

Phase 4: Final Preparation:
The purpose of this phase is to complete the final preparation (including testing, end user training, system management and cutover activities) to finalize your readiness to go live. The Final Preparation phase also serves to resolve all critical open issues. On successful completion of this phase, you are ready to run your business in your live SAP System.

Phase 5: Go Live & Support:
The purpose of this phase is to move from a project-oriented, pre-production environment to live production operation. The most important elements include setting up production support, monitoring system transactions, and optimizing overall system performance.


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