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SNP System Scan Transparent SAP Systems SNP System Scan Transparent SAP Systems Goals How does the SNP System Scan work? SNP System Scan allows you to collect statistical and structural information from any SAP ERP-System. Based on the raw data of the scan, a detailed analysis will be generated, which provides an overview of the system under investigation.

The main feature of the SNP System Scan is to show the usage of objects in the system. For example: How big is the organizational structure in size and complexity? How many transactions occur in the system per day? Which modules are been used? It is possible to combine scans of different systems or clients and to compare them. |2 SNP System Scan Transparent SAP Systems Benefits How does SNP System Scan help you? Transparency of your SAP system

Identify potentials for optimization Monitor the development of the system over time Benchmarking of your system |3 SNP System Scan SNP System Scan Result Presentation |4 SNP System Scan |5 Transparency

How is the proportion of data is stored in customer, 3 rd party and SAP tables? How does this analysis work? The analysis is based on database statistics and is therefore very fast. Clients are not taken into account. Tables are categorized based on development system and namespace. The following categories exist: Customer, 3rd party and SAP standard. The space occupied by indices is not taken into account. What can I learn from this? How many data exist in customer created data models? Is the SAP standard model sufficient to cover my operational needs? How high is the level of customization vs. standardization? How many efforts have to be made to migrate, harmonize or restandardize your data? SNP System Scan

|6 Transparency Where does the data come from? Customer, 3rd Party or SAP developments? How does the analysis work? The analysis is based on usage data collected by the SAP system. Transactions codes and programs are categorized into custom, 3rd party and SAP developments based on the development system and namespace. What can I learn from this? How big is the amount of data created / modified by customer, 3rd party and standard development in SAP tables. Do my own developments impact their own or the SAP data model? Heavy updates of SAP tables through

custom developments is often an indicator for SAP standard development being copied into the customer namespace Chance of restandardization. How high is the level of customization vs. standardization? SNP System Scan |7 Transparency How often do I use custom developments compared to SAP standard? How does the analysis work? Based on usage statistics Depending on the development system and name space in SAP Standard, transactions and programs are divided into 3rd party provider and customer development What can I learn from this?

Do users refer to many customer developments and products of 3rd party providers, 1. Are my processes defined individually 2. or was SAP Standard not sufficient before. Customer developments can be obsolete and a higher release could be available. There is a higher chance depending on the latest changes or updates. If I use few customer developments that, however, move many data (in comparison to the previous chart), these data are probably of particular importance. SNP System Scan |8 Transparency When and by whom are different modules used? How does the analysis work? Based on usage statistics

The module is determined by the assignment of transactions/programs to development packages. What can I learn from this? The frequency/intensity of used modules by the user per weekday. On which days the system is used the most? When does availability/performance play the most important role to users? When is the best time to import transports, maintenances or migrations? E.g. dont implement critical functions before days that require a lot of work. What is the effect of those processes on daily business? Work peaks can be taken to improve processes. SNP System Scan |9 Transparency

Where did I modify my SAP system? How does the analysis work? The analysis is based on the modification log and the master data of the development objects like development package, module, namespace etc. Classical modification, enhancements, BADIs and exits are taken into account. What can I learn from this? Which modules have been adapted / modified most? For which module do I have to expect the biggest amount of efforts during system upgrade or update? SNP System Scan | 10

Transparency Are my custom developments current? How does the analysis work? The analysis is based on the catalogue of developments The objects are categorized as standard or custom development based on their namespace. What can I learn from this? The amount of objects being created or updated in the last years. A big amount of custom development is a risk for ERP transformations.

If there is a lot of custom development, a restandardization should be considered. During a merge of two or more systems custom developments can lead to conflicts. When selling part of a company, not all customer developments are supposed to be transferred? SNP System Scan | 11 Potentials How good is my custom development? Are my customer Developments performant?

How does the analysis work? Based on the usage statistics Average time of response: time between the interaction of a user until the system processed the request What can I learn from this? High time of response puts a strain on employees in daily business If the average time of response is too high, customer developments are probably not performant. In this case,

survey customer developments to identify any leaks. If current customer developments are inperformant, adjust development guidelines or check procedures (e.g. SAP Code Inspector)? The average time of response for 3rd party provider or SAP Standard is too high: are there any updates so far? SNP System Scan | 12 Potentials How complex are my processes? How many different transactions are used frequently per module? How does the analysis work? Based on usage statistics

Frequent means >1000 usages or dialog steps What can I learn from this? How many different transactions are used on a daily basis per module? Less different transactions can indicate that processes are less complex. This is accompanied by low costs for training and documentation. SNP System Scan | 13

Potentials How complex are my processes? How many process variants are there on average per module? How does the analysis work? The application data of different modules are analyzed for the frequency of used document types, request types, plan types, sales document data, etc. What can I learn from this? How high is the variance of processes or the complexity of sections? E.g. how many different sales document types are used? The higher the average value, the more complex are

my processes in corresponding sections on average. The higher the sum, the more know-how is required in the departments, the more complex becomes the training of new employees, etc. SNP System Scan | 14 Business Processes Which processes are used the most? MM purchase to pay Priority Name of the process 2

PM Plant Maintenance 3 QM Inspection lots 4 PS Project system 5 SD Order to cash SNP System Scan | 15 Business Processes Which processes are used the most?

How does the analysis work? The process view is based on a mapping of transaction calls of usage statistics and table fill levels against reference processes. Consequently the degree of coverage and the rank are defined. What can I learn from this? How much does the process with the highest degree of coverage correspond to the reference process? How closely are your processes aligned to reference processes? If an unexpected process has the highest level of coverage, it has a high level of individualization.

SNP offers a comprehensive process analysis, which is able to identify process variants by certain criteria such as organizational units. SNP System Scan | 16 Potentials - What is rarely used or unused? Are my customer developments used? How does the analysis work? Based on usage statistics. Usually, these cover the last three months. For this reason rare procedures such as end-of-quarter closings or year-end closings are ignored. The module is determined by the assignment of transactions/programs to development packages. For transactions, the creation date and change date cannot be determined. What can I learn from this?

Many current customer developments that are used rarely indicate bad investments, because they were either not necessary or their poor performance limited usage. Many old customer developments that are used less can be removed by restructuring or ignored during migrations. SNP System Scan | 17 Potentials - What is rarely used or unused? Are there unused organizational units? How does the analysis work? Controlling area: booking-/document date of CO object Company code: booking-/document date of accounting document Plant: booking date of material document Purchasing organization: creation date/date of sales document Sales organization: date of sales document

What can I learn from this? Organizational units that havent been used recently can be removed or deactivated during a restructuring or migration of your system. You can possibly reduce the complexity of your organizational structure and the documentation needed. The data quality can be improved by deactivating / removing unused organizational units since these units wont be assigned by accident anymore. SNP System Scan | 18 Potentials - What is rarely used or unused? Are there unused process variants? How does the analysis work? The application data of different modules are analyzed for the frequency of used document types, request types, plan types, sales document data, etc.

Rarely used < 500 occurrences not used = 0 occurrences (but defined in customizing) What can I learn from this? Which process variants, document types, document types, etc. are used rarely or not at all? Rare cases could be removed during a business process optimization. The more process variants, document types, etc. are actually used, the more know-how and training is required. SNP System Scan | 19 SNP System Scan Result reports SNP System Scan | 20 HTML Report

Detailled report of all aspects of your SAP ERP system SNP System Scan | 21 Graphical Analysis Detailed analysis analyze ad hoc SNP System Scan | 22 Organizational Structure Analysis Identify relevant organizational structures SNP System Scan | 23 SNP System Scan Execution

SNP System Scan | 24 Execution How do I run the SNP System Scan? SNP Delivers the scan Customer Installs Scan Customer Runs Scan Customer Sends Result

SNP Analyses Result Customer Gets Report SNP System Scan | 25 SNP System Scan System Requirements SNP System Scan | 26 System Requirements What do You need to run SNP System Scan?

Extraction SAP systems from R/3 4.6c upwards are supported SAP non-ERP are supported SAP systems from R/3 4.0b are supported partially only Reporting Internet Explorer 9+ Firefox Chrome Safari etc. Thank You for your attention. To learn more about SNP: www.snp-ag.com

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