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what is business blueprint?

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    Nov 14, 2007 at 08:04 PM

    blueprint is simplest terms is a pictorial representation of the whole business organisation(process).please google it for more information.

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    Aamir

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  • Nov 14, 2007 at 08:07 PM

    Hi,

    >>blueprint

    It represents the whole Business detailed plan.

    A blueprint is a type of paper-based reproduction usually of a technical drawing and architecture Business requirement.

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    Agasthuri Doss

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    Nov 15, 2007 at 06:45 AM

    Hi

    The Business Blueprint is a detailed documentation of your company's requirements in Winword format. Application consultants and the Business Process Teams achieve a common understanding of how the enterprise intends to run its business within the R/3 System, by carrying out requirements-gathering workshops.

    In a Business Blueprint for Projects, you create a project structure in which relevant business scenarios, business processes and process steps are organized in a hierarchical structure.

    Refer

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_sm32/helpdata/en/f1/30e9e8252111d5b3760050dade3beb/content.htm

    http://www.sapfans.com/sapfans/asap/be_04_e.htm

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_sm40/helpdata/en/45/f6da633a292312e10000000a11466f/content.htm

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  • Nov 15, 2007 at 07:20 AM

    Gap Analysis: It is the the process of analysing/maping the gap between the current business process of the organisation and the SAP Best Practices suggestions or the desired Business Process of the organisation.

    <b>Blue Print:</b> After Gap analysis a documentation is prepared or a kind of road map is done to Bridge the GAP between Current Business Process (AS IS) and Desired Business Process(TO BE) with the help of SAP Functionalities, based on which the Implementation is done.

    Realisation: Customising the SAP-ERP, according to the Blueprint Prepared for that specific organisation.Blue print is a road map documentation and its actual implementation is called Realisation.

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    Prashanth Polsani.

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    Nov 15, 2007 at 11:36 AM

    Hi vivek b ,

    ASAP stands for Accelerated SAP. Its purpose is to help design SAP

    implementation in the most efficient manner possible. Its goal is to effectively

    optimize time, people, quality and other resources, using a proven methodology to

    implementation.

    ASAP focuses on tools and training, wrapped up in a five-phase process oriented

    road map for guiding implementation.

    The road map is composed of five well-known consecutive phases:

    •Phase 1 Project Preparation

    •Phase 2 Business Blueprint

    •Phase 3 Realization

    •Phase 4 Final Preparation

    •Phase 5 Go-Live and support

    Phase 2 Business Blueprint :

    In this phase scope of the R/3 implementation is defined & Business Blueprint is created. Business Blueprint is a detailed documentation of company’s requirements.

    Various tools are used in this phase.

    AcceleratedSAP Implementation Assistant

    Question & Answer Database (Q&Adb)

    Business Process Master List (BPML)

    R/3 Structure Modeler

    Business Navigator and external modeling tools

    Project Management:

    Activities in this work package are:

    Conducting Status meeting for project team

    Conducting steering committee meetings

    General project management

    Addressing organizational issues relating to organizational change management.

    Other activities include:

    Project Team Training

    Developing the System Environment

    Defining Organizational Structure

    Defining the Business processes

    R/3 reference model can be used for

    Comparing the standard functionality with your companies own organizational requirements

    Creating documentation for the conceptual design

    Optimizing business processes

    Training the project team and users

    Writing user documentation

    Question and Answer Database can be used to determine

    The Baseline Scope

    Cycle Plan

    Integration test Plan

    Business Blueprint

    http://www.sceis.sc.gov/content/FI-MM_Implementation_Prep/Blueprint-Gap/1.7_SRM-Materials_Management.pdf

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    gyanaraj

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