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of an ASAP Project
Q&Adb
Substructures:
Business Strategy
Organization
General Settings
Master Data
Business Process
Cross Application
Development
Business
Blueprint
Project
Plan
Scope
Config.
Plan
Testing
Plan
Unit testing
Test scenario
Integration
4321 5
Cutover
Plan
Volume
Test
Stress
Test
Conduct
End User
Training
System
Performance
Review
Project
Team
Org.
Stand. &
Proced.
Technical
Operations
Manual
Progr.
Develp.
EU
Training
Material
Microsoft Word
Documents
 
 
 
Phase 1 - Project Preparation 
„ Change Charter - Goals and objectives of Organizational Change Management 
„ Project Plan - This is a first cut focusing on milestones and Work Packages; details to come. 
„ Scope - Sets the initial definition of the project; input from sales cycle. 
„ Project Team Organization - Sets the who of the project: Standards & Procedures - Sets the why and 
how of the project. 
Phase 2 - Business Blueprint - Requirements reviewed for each SAP Reference Structure item and 
defined using CI Templates (in the Q&Adb). Business Blueprint - This is the output of the Q&Adb 
and is the key document for Phase 3. 
Phase 3 - Realization - Master Lists - Define business scenarios and R/3 transactions to be realized in 
the system. BPP - Business Process Procedures representing R/3 transactions; used for unit testing & 
documentation. Planning - Defines how the configuration will be done and how it will be tested. 
Development Programs - Provides details of the external programming requirements. EU Training 
Material - End User training material and process documentation. 
Phase 4 - Final Preparation Stress & Volume Tests - Plans for confirming the production hardware\u2019s 
capabilities 
Cutover Plan - The details of how to move to the production environment and go live 
Conduct End User Training - Delivery of the necessary levels of R/3 End User training prior to going 
live 
Phase 5 - Go Live & Support: Ensuring system performance through SAP monitoring and feedback. 
 
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Critical Success Factors
z Clearly defined and stable project scope
z Only reference-based reengineering
z Implementation using standard R/3 functions
z Adaptable Organization
z Defined Business Direction
z Best People = Best Results
z Whole company committed to using the ASAP Methodology
and the R/3 Business Processes:
„ Committed management (steering committee) and
fast decision-making
„ Committed, empowered project team, competent,
well-trained users and decision-makers
 
 
 
„ The project manager of an ASAP implementation must facilitate communication between team 
members while directing and controlling the project. 
„ Building a diversified team that complements the strengths of each member is very important. In 
addition, the project manager should foster an environment that promotes team functioning as a 
cohesive unit. 
„ Reference-based reengineering use of SAP as the reference to conduct reengineering of the business 
(adjustment/redesign/realignment of the customers own business processes and practices), and not 
vice versa. 
 
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AcceleratedSAP Overview: Topics
UnitUnitUnit
TopicTopicTopic
Legend:Legend:Legend:
ASAP within
SAP Services
AcceleratedSAP
Overview
Purpose, Functions,
Deliverables of ASAP
 
 
 
 
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Upon completion of this topic, you will be able to:
z Explain the purpose of User Profiles
z Explain and demonstrate what the Implementation
Assistant is and how its contents are organized
and used
z Distinguish the purpose and functions of the:
SAP Reference Structure; Reference IMG; and
Project IMG
z Overview the purpose of the externally linked
modeling tools
z Outline the purpose and function of the tools for:
documenting an SAP implementation project; and
transporting SAP objects
Tools Available in ASAP: Objectives
 
 
 
 
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Overview
ComponentComponent PurposePurpose
ASAP Admin Tool Control Project Access and Database
Implementation Assistant Roadmap - Steps to Complete Project
Knowledge Corner - Comprehensive
library of reference material
Q&Adb Set Project Scope
Document Business Requirements in
Detail
Create a Business Blueprint Geared to
the Enterprise
Project-IMG
Transport
BC-Sets
Customizing in R/3
 
 
 
y In notes of this slide indice Q&Adb refers to Question and Answer Database, Project IMG means 
project implementation guide and BC-Sets refers to Business Configuration Sets 
 
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ASAP Administration - User Maintenance
ProjectProject Maint Maint.. UserUser Maint Maint..
New SessionNew Session ExitExit
CancelCancelSaveSaveCopyCopyDeleteDeleteAddAddffügenügenEditEdit
General User Information
Q&Adb
R/3 
Specify ownership
categories:
DatabaseDatabase Maint Maint..
R/3 connection
parameters
User identification
and information
fields
z Owner (Customer)
z Consultant
ASAP 4.6C (Training)
All Projects on Server XXXXX
Team Members
Team Leaders
Smith
Project Managers
asap
sap
Read-only
 
 
 
„ One project is highlighted on the User Maintenance screen. 
„ Depending on your access level and the access level of the user you wish to maintain, each of the 
buttons or some parameters and data within a user profile may not be accessible to you. Once a User 
ID is saved for a user, it can never be edited. See Determining ASAP Administration Tool User 
Access Level in the Help File for more information. 
„ General User Information - Clicking this tab displays the user identification and information fields. 
The fields displayed and active (not grayed out) differ according to your access level and the 
function you selected. Some fields are for information only, others are mandatory for user access and 
authorization. The mandatory fields to enter a new user are User ID, Access Level, Password, and 
Confirm Password. 
„ The Q&Adb screen contains two radio buttons that allow you to specify the ownership category you 
belong to in the project. The options are Owner (Customer) or Consultant. In addition, there is a 
selection field that allows you to select a Business Modeler from a list of modelers. Some viewing 
tools come with the Q&Adb installation package, others have to be purchased separately. 
 
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IA Overview
Project Area Viewing Area
Holding Area Attachment Area
AcceleratedSAP Implementation Assistant (IA)
Displays Documents
from Project Area
Displays Documents
from Project Area
RoadmapRoadmap
KCKC
FindFind
Favorites from
Project Area
Favorites from
Project Area
LinksLinks
RolesRoles
SubjectsSubjects
 
 
 
„ The AcceleratedSAP (ASAP) Implementation Assistant (IA) provides the Roadmap methodology for 
your SAP implementation. It will point you to associated services and tools as appropriate. The 
Q&Adb can also be accessed directly from the IA. 
„ After logon to the IA, the initial Roadmap main screen is displayed. This is divided into four 
function frames: 
y The project area: 
- Selecting the Roadmap tab displays a tree view of Roadmap phases. The Roadmap is structured 
into five phases. Each phase is sub-divided into Work Packages. A Work Package comprises 
Activities, and each Activity is made up of a number of Tasks. 
- The KC (Knowledge Corner) tab displays a tree structure of documents that are available to 
provide you with information relevant to SAP processes and usage. 
- The Find display allows you to search for specific documents within the Roadmap. 
y The Viewing Area: When you click on a document