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Enterprise Resource Planning, or in short ERP, is a standard software for any business around the world. ERP systems help to organize 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 organization 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 organization is more than likely. SAP being the world market leader in this area of enterprise software, SAP ERP is the most prevalent ERP system there is.

SAP Stands for "Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing". A SAP system is divided into fully integrated modules that can be broadly divided into two categories: Functional Modules, and Technical Modules. Under functional part we have modules like SD (Sales & Distribution), MM (Material Management), PP (Production Planning), FICO (Financial Accounting & Controlling), HR (Human Resource), PM (Plant Maintenance), PS (Project Systems), etc., and under technical part we have modules like Basis, ABAP, Netweaver, etc., which maps business process of that particular department or business unit and covers virtually every aspect of the business management.

As the market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies of all sizes and industries run better. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, desktop to mobile device - SAP empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively to stay ahead of the competition.