Enterprise Resource Planning, or in short ERP, is a standard software for any business around the world. ERP systems help to organise big amounts of data and plan enterprise resources most efficiently. All of the business processes within an organization, such as controlling, human resources, manufacturing, supply chain management, project management etc., can be controlled via an ERP system. It depends on the kind of organisation which functional areas are needed and, thus, what kind of requirements have to be satisfied. However, to meet an ERP system in a future job in any kind of organisation is more than likely. SAP being the world market leader in this area of enterprise software, SAP S/4HANA is the most prevalent ERP system there is.
The erp4students course Enterprise Resource Planning with SAP S/4HANA (TS410)
functions as the perfect introduction into the “SAP-universe”. Not only does it present the setup and functions of the SAP S/4HANA system theoretically, complex case studies also help the participants to gain a profound practical understanding of the system. This, in the end, helps to quicker understand the ERP system of a future employer and, thus, makes an application strike out.
TS410 Consultant Certification at SAP
erp4students offers participants of the course Enterprise Resource Planning with SAP S/4HANA (TS410) to take the official SAP certification exam after all case studies are completed successfully. Due to the kind sponsorship of SAP University Alliances, the exam can be taken at a special student price. It is a three hour, computer-based multiple choice test which covers the theoretical contents of the course. Upon passing the exam, participants will receive the official SAP consultant certificate C_TS410: „SAP Certified Application Associate - Business Process Integration with SAP S/4HANA“. This certificate is recognized as a worldwide standard in all industrial sectors.
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