What is SAP..? does it related to Database? and what is the basic concept?

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Anirudh Reddy

  • Oct 20th, 2005
 

Sap stands for Systems Applications & Products. Its basically an ERP (Enterprise resource and planning) software. Its basically a package that integrates all modules of a company like Finance, accounting, Sales & Distribution, Material management, HR etc into one.

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Deepak Gupta

  • Oct 26th, 2005
 

SAP is a concept through which you integrates the different modules(working Departments like finance,sales etc.) of the industry so that the tranparency of the data among the modules should be achieved.

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sujeet kumar

  • Nov 6th, 2005
 

i have decided to switch over to sap- SD and PP module course. Pls guide me as i am having 9 odd years of experience in the field of Sales,Business Development and Production planning and control 

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Srihari

  • Dec 14th, 2005
 

SAP is ERP package, and SAP automates and integrates business process of different departments in a company. (HR, Finance, Marketing, Inventory, Production etc). SAP is the first complete ERP package which is very popular now.

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Padmaja. singaraju

  • May 1st, 2006
 

SAP stands for Systems, Applications & Products. It is one of the ERP's standard package meets a broad range of all business needs and works in an integrated way which means the data needs to be entered just once and the system automaticlly updates other logically related data. It supports all relational data bases.

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sudhar

  • May 1st, 2006
 

Sap stands for system applications and products for dataprocessing. SAP is a integerated suite of applications that is used for fufiling the dataprocessing requirements of large bussiness organizations. It consist of application areas such as(HR , Finance , sales etc.) in one single application with a single database along with other tools for development purpose.

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Lehrasib

  • Nov 28th, 2006
 

SAP stands for Systems Applications & Products. ItÂ’s basically an ERP software (Enterprise resource and planning) that integrates all departments of a company like Finance, accounting, Sales & Distribution, Material management, HR etc into one. SAP works in an integrated way which means the data needs to be entered just once and the system automatically updates other logically related data. It supports all relational data bases. SAP is the first complete ERP package which is very popular now.

Balaram reddy

  • Aug 5th, 2007
 

SAP means system application products. Yes It is related to Database because SAP is a ERP (enterprize resource planning) package. So it indicates all types of database modules can be related.

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Mustafa

  • Sep 28th, 2007
 

SAP stands for system applications products and databases its a three diff alfabet
S-A-P its was developed in Germany in 1972 by IBM employees and was implemented in the market in 1992 fully its an ERP enterprice resource planing software were all the business into can be inserted or updated rather than having diff softwares for the same business and all the departments can work on there end.

Now look R/3 is nothing but a three tier of three layer architecture where we deal with presentation layer -GUI, Application layer -Core part of sap were all the evaluations and processing is done, And the last one is date base this might be any ex:db2 or any date base however Oracle is the most commonly used.

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aagnasoft

  • Dec 12th, 2016
 

SAP is a System Applications Products.
SAP has different modules.
Example: Finance (FICO)
Sales & Distribution (SD)
Material Management (MM)

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