Internships can certainly help trainees specify position paths. Often your internship is going to conclude your decided position in the journey of your career.

Training, without practical experience, yields no results. We, at iTraining London, understand this need- and are engaged in providing internship opportunities to our trainees. Industry experience nourishes their training experience and boosts up their confidence. They feel motivated while working with qualified peers. By working on different SAP projects, and being in the supervision of our qualified mentors; amplify their practical knowledge and create value addition in their skills and competencies. It helps trainees to see the practical implementation of their learning. Through industry experience, they tend to understand and get acquaintance with different business processes -and functioning of SAP applications in a production environment.

Level of competition is very aggressive, & so purchasing a real-life perform feel which includes some sort of internship or simply coop enables trainees as a much more eligible candidate.

1: Requirement gathering phase:

This phase includes thorough analysis of system, internal control and business processes of client to understand the exact requirement of business. On the basis of understanding, we recommend best suitable system to our valuable client, which have potential to add value for his/her business:


Business process understanding:
Students needs to analyzeand understand the project deck, in order to develop detailed understanding about the project. Objective of this phase is to enable students to prepare work flow diagrams and capture the exact system requirements.
Integration Consideration:
SAP, as being ERP system, is an integrated module. In this phase, students are asked to integrate the different module of SAP system to enhance their system understanding.
Task & Exercises:
This is an evaluation phase, in this phase students are asked to present their undertaking in form of power point presentation. They are also encouraged to provide useful impetus in making system more useful and compatible.

2 -(Design plan) Blue Print Phase

In this phase business blue print is prepared. Business Blueprint is a document containing assessment of team regarding the intended use of SAP reference model in running the business, by the management. The team;

Document the business requirements, which would be used in organization, configuration and development activities.
Evaluate the team competencies, whether they have perfect understanding of system.
Finalize detailed scope and develop blue print

Our Approach:
Signing off the AS IS document is the starting point in this phase. Then workshop is planned to clarify the points as, we highlighted in requirement gathering phase. This is decisive phase, before embarking for system design
Integration consideration
Again, team would be made to think the logic of all integrated points.
Task & Exercises:
In order to refine the requirement Interfaces, Conversions and Enhancements (RICE), team would compare the SAP business processes with system actual process. Content of blue print will be reviewed by students and would be approved in presence of our dedicated trainer

3- Realization phase

Project team would transform the business blue print into SAP system through customization and configuration.

The project team would perform following activates:

The baseline configuration is created and prototype are finalized for final implementation phase.
Custom reporting, interface and enhancement and conversion programs are developed.
Planned business changes would be identified and it would be communicated to the management that, how planned change is useful for implementation of system and how it would add value for business.

Our Approach:
Signing off of blue print document, now team would embark toward system design phase.

In this phase, following tasks would be required to complete:

Writing functional specifications of the system
Students should get the approval of trainer with regard to suitability of functional specification.
Specification shall be sent to SAP ABAP consultants
SAP ABAP consultant would write the code with reference to specification written by students in this phase. Configuration is key phase, one all the system development activates have been completed. The team would configure the system by identifying the key IS process and to-be processes

All the configuration, which have been done by team, will be written down in document; duly approved by the dedicated trainer.

4- Integration testing phase

End to end testing will be carried to identify and resolve issues and it would assessed that, whether system is running efficiently, with the SAP implication, and whether it added value in this value chain activities or not.
Our Approach:
Our dedicated trainer will review configuration document and after being satisfied will give a signal to go ahead for final integration testing
Task & Exercises:
Team would be required all possible test scenarios and test cases and our trainer will review them and give his final approval to proceed further

Team would be required to perform all test cases and end-to-end scenarios

5.Project preparation and take over phase

In this phase, SAP system is finally made functional in production environment. All crucial issues shall be analysis and if any identified- be resolved immediate. System management process are implemented to ensure the effective running of all organizational business operations. Cut off procedures and user training are other procedures to be carried in this phase.
Our Approach:
Dedicated will review all activities and business process and if satisfied with all system will give signal to go ahead.
Task & Exercises:
After getting final approval from trainer, team is required to list down all training requirement as part of train to trainer program.

Project team may be asked to prepare all training documentation as part of train the trainer program.


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