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MÁSTER EN SOFTWARE DE GESTIÓN DE EMPRESA 
SAP R/3 
 
2003-2004 
Certificación MM (7137) 
Xavier Rovira-Juan Carlos Sarrasi
TSCM 52-2ª parte (24-1) 
 
 
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Appendix
 
 
 
 
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Implementation Roadmap
z Phase 1 - Project Preparation
z Phase 2 - Business Blueprint
z Phase 3 - Realization
z Phase 4 - Final Preparation
z Phase 5 - Go Live & Support
Content:
 
 
 
 
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Upon completion of this unit, you will be able to:
z Outline the purpose and content of the work
packages in each phase of the ASAP Roadmap
z Identify the main roles and responsibilities of
each phase of the ASAP Roadmap
z Explain and demonstrate the major tools &
accelerators supporting each phase of the
ASAP Roadmap
Implementation Roadmap: Unit Objectives
 
 
 
 
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UnitUnitUnit
TopicTopicTopic
Legend:Legend:Legend:
Phase 1
Project Preparation
Phase 2
Business Blueprint
Phase 3
Realization
Implementation
Roadmap
Phase 4
Final Preparation
Phase 5
Go Live & Support
Overview Diagram: Implementation Roadmap (1)
 
 
 
 
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Phase 1: Project Preparation: Objectives
On completion of this topic, you will be able to:
z Explain the activities and tasks that are
important in the Project Preparation phase of
your implementation project
z Highlight the tasks essential from the project
team perspective
z Identify the importance of the Sample Scope
Document for Phase 2: Business Blueprint
 
 
 
 
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The Purpose of Phase 1: Project Preparation
ASAP Roadmap
Project 
Preparation
Realization
Final
Preparation Go Live &
Support
Business 
Blueprint
 
 
 
„ The purpose of this phase is to provide initial planning and preparation for your SAP project. 
Although each SAP implementation project has its own unique objectives, scope and priorities, the 
steps in Phase 1 help identify and plan the primary focus areas to be considered. As you prepare for 
your SAP implementation, there are important issues you must address at the beginning of the 
project, including: 
y Defining your project goals and objectives 
y Clarifying the scope of your implementation 
y Defining your implementation strategy 
y Defining the overall project schedule and implementation sequence 
y Establishing the project organization and committees 
y Assigning resources. 
„ By addressing these issues early in your implementation, you help ensure that the project proceeds 
efficiently, and that you have established a solid foundation for a successful SAP implementation. 
 
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Project Preparation - Roles & Key Focus
Sign-Off
Quality Check/
Sign-Off
Sign-Off
QCQCTech.Tech. Req Req..PlanningPlanning
Project Project 
KickoffKickoff
Training Training 
PlansPlans
ProjectProject
ProceduresProcedures
InitialInitial Proj Proj
PlanningPlanning
SteeringSteering
SponsorsSponsors
ProjProj. Mgmt.. Mgmt.
ConsultantConsultant
CustomerCustomer
TechnicalTechnical
TrainingTraining
ChangeChange
SecuritySecurity
Role
Groupings
Phase
Content
******************
Proj. Charter
and
Implementation
Strategy
******************
Implementation
Strategy
Plan / Budget/
Resources
Organization /
Plan
Proj. Mgmt.
Standards &
Procedures
Deployment
Strategy
Change Mgmt.
Plan
Comm./ Doc.,
Issue Mgmt
Change Mgmt
Plan
System Authoriz.
Standards
Project Team
Training Plan
Project Team
Org. Change
Management
Training
Kickoff
Meeting
Kickoff
Meeting
Project Team
Standards
Kickoff
Meeting
******************
Kickoff
Meeting
Proj. Team
Standards
******************
ID Tech
Requirements/
Procure HrdWr
 
 
 
„ There are ten primary roles in an SAP implementation; details of each are in the Implementation 
Assistant. 
Steering Committee - members include Project Sponsors, the SAP Consulting Manager (and/or the 
TeamSAP Coach), and project managers. The committee is also the primary source for the 
company\u2019s long-term goals and vision, sets priorities, approves scope, and resolves company-wide 
issues. 
Project Sponsors - Directly communicates the company's long-term goals and visions and are 
members of the steering committee. 
Project Management - TeamSAP Project Manager and Customer Project Manager 
Consultant - TeamSAP Members, application, cross application, business process 
Technical - Customer or consultants for System Administration and Technical, Help Desk Provider 
Training - Training & Documentation, Project Manager/Lead, Training and Documentation 
Developer/Instructor, Training Coordinator, Training Technology Administrator 
Change -These are dedicated individuals assigned to manage the Organizational Change 
Management processes: Risk Assessment, Communication, Sponsorship and Leadership, Skills 
Development, Knowledge Transfer, or Business Optimization. 
Security - Authorization, Administration, or Internal Auditor responsible for managing the system 
security and authorization environment and may be combined with other (technical) administrative 
roles. 
„ Shared items are marked by the ************ brackets. 
 
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 Master Lists
Microsoft Excel
Spreadsheets for
Development, Organization,
Business Processes and
Authorizations
Project
Charter
BPP
Documents 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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ProjectProject
 Procedures Procedures
QCQC
TechnicalTechnical Req Req. . 
PlanningPlanning
Initial