SAP Support

University of Mississippi

Training

SAP Training is a prerequisite for access to SAP functionality. IT offers training in twelve areas of SAP commonly used by academic and administrative employees. Training qualifies a user to enter and approve time, create purchase requisitions, view student data and book students in classes, view account information, run property reports, request maintenance from Physical Plant and other administrative tasks. All SAP GUI users must attend the SAP Beginners Class before attending training in a functional area.

 

DateCourseRegistration
12/06 SAP Notifications: Learn how to request maintenance from Physical Plant or telecommunication services from Telecom
9:00 - 10:30, Powers 203, DONNA P MOONEY
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12/07 CATS/Time Entry: Entering and approving time for payroll, recording leave, applying related policies
2:00 - 4:00, Powers 203, DESHA ANTHONY FERGUSON
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12/07 CATS/Time Approval: Learn how to approve attendances and absences for payroll, and apply related policies.
2:00 - 4:00, Powers 203, DESHA ANTHONY FERGUSON
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12/08 Tableau: Start Here: The first part of this introductory course gives an overview of the Tableau products and the ways you can access Tableau at the university, including the data sets that are available; and help you identify whether you'll primarily consume reports (a Viewer) or generate them (a Producer). The second part of the class provides an overview of the Tableau Desktop interface along with a guided tutorial on connecting to a data source and creating your first viz. Producers will need to complete this required training before requesting a desktop license.
9:00 - 10:00, Weir 107, TERRIE L THOMPSON
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12/08 SAP Grants Management: Overview of features and reports in support of post-award grant management.
9:00 - 11:00, Powers 203, RENITA L GRAY
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12/08 Tableau Topics: IREP Data Overview: IREP will review the current visualizations available for consumption in the IREP Executive folder as well as show some tricks and tips to optimize the dynamic capacity of the visualizations.
10:00 - 11:00, Weir 107, TERRIE L THOMPSON
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12/12 SAP Beginners Only : Initial Training for all SAP GUI Users to familiarize users with icons, terms, basic maneuvering techniques, setting up favorite (most used transactions),etc. This class does not include student information.
9:00 - 10:15, Online Training Workshop, MICHAEL B MOSELEY
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12/12 SAP Payroll Detail Reports: How to run reports showing actual payroll expenditures and future payroll commitments.
9:00 - 10:00, Powers 203, NADIA RENEA WISEMAN
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12/12 SLcM Student File/Student Master Data: Overview of the contents and functionality of Student File and Master Data which includes student information: personal data, address, related persons, tests/transcripts, admission status, majors/minors, registration, holds, progression,grades,GPAs,schedules, etc.
10:00 - 11:30, Powers 203, MICHAEL B MOSELEY
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12/12 SAP Materials Management: Learn University policies and SAP procedures for creating Purchase Requisitions
1:30 - 3:30, Powers 203, BELINDA K REDMOND
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12/13 SAP Reports I - Work Order and Purchase Order Reports: Learn how to run Work Order reports and Purchase Order reports in SAP.
9:00 - 10:30, Powers 203, RACHEL R BOST
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12/13 SLcM Reports: How to run reports on student data: Selection Method Reporting and Queries.
2:00 - 3:30, Powers 203, LAURIE RICHLOVSKY
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12/14 SAP Procurement Card: Learn how to manage transactions made with the department VISA credit card.
8:30 - 10:30, Powers 203, SHELLEY B MORRISON
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12/14 SAP Reports II - Budgets and Line Items: Learn how to run reports in SAP Funds Management (Budget) and Controlling (Profit Center Line Items).
1:30 - 3:30, Powers 203, KATHY H PARKER
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01/17 Account Reconciliation: Learn how to perform monthly account reconciliations on revenue and expenditures (including payroll) in order to stay compliant with the Responsibilities of Signatory Officers Policy. This class is designed for signatory officers as well as other employees who have been delegated the responsibility for reconciling departmental accounts. If you plan to use SAP reports for your reconciliation process, SAP Payroll Detail Reports and SAP Reports II- Budgets and Line Items are pre-requisites for this training (they will cover how to run reports in SAP needed for reconciliation). If you plan to use the new Tableau Budget Report for your reconciliation instead of the SAP reports, we recommend you either attend the Tableau Budget Report training (can be scheduled by contacting sap@olemiss.edu) or review the End User Guide for Tableau prior to attending this class.
10:30 - 11:30, Insight Park, 1st Floor Seminar Room (East End), TANYA NICOLE SATTERFIELD
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