T4 – SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK

T4- target group

Objectives            

The participants get a basic overview of the used GK products and the technical architecture for this solution.
They become familiar with the SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK (OMS) processes and their basic configuration options.

 

Target group

Functional Consultant
Technical Consultant

   

Requirements

Pre-requisite for participation is at least participation in course T1 (M10+M20).
Basic knowledge of Merchandise Management and MM processes is expected.

   

Content

  • GK basic technical architecture (excerpt)

  • SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK

    • Solution and covered Merchandise Management processes

    • Mobile Clients and supported platforms

  • Merchandise Management
    • Data exchange with SAP ERP Retail via SAP Store Device Control by GK
    • Processing in OMS solution
      • Process related examples and exercises

 

Module

  • M40 - SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK: Content


Module M40 - SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK: Content

  • This training covers an introduction to the solution and processes of SAP Offline Mobile Store by GK.
  • The training guides through the covered Merchandise Management processes and their basic configuration options.

  • Executing Merchandise Management Processes with the help of examples and exercises.

  • Supported mobile device types and platforms are introduced.

  • The data exchange and integration with SAP ERP Retail via SAP Store Device Control by GK is described and executed in examples and exercises.


Table of Content:

  • Architecture for the OMS solution

  • Configuration nodes in Storemanager

  • Supported mobile device types and platforms

  • Merchandise Management processes

    • Purchase Orders

    • Goods Receipts

    • Goods Movement

    • Stock Taking

    • Stock Transfers

    • Inventory Management

    • Item Maintenance and Check

    • Miscellaneous functions

  • Mobile Clients

    • Setup

    • Mobile functions

  • Portal

    • Portal functions (vs. Mobile functions)

    • Monitoring