SAP Modules can be categorized into

  • Functional Modules
  • Technical Modules

These functional and technical modules are tightly coupled. Below is a list of key SAP Modules

  1. SAP FI Module - FI stands for Financial Accounting

SAP FI module is very robust and covers almost all financial business process encountered in various industries. It is one of the widely implemented modules in SAP. Learn more about SAP FI

  1. SAP CO Module - CO stands for Controlling

Cost Accounting (CO) module of SAP provides information to managers decision makers to understand where the company's money is being spent. CO helps them to optimize business costs.

  1. SAP HCM Module - HR stands for Human Resources

SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) is also called SAP-HR. SAP HCM consists of sub-modules like Personnel Administration (PA), Organizational Management (OM), Time, Payroll that help in employee management. Learn more about SAP HCM

  1. SAP MM Module - MM is Materials Management

Materials Management module in SAP consists of several components and sub-components including Master Data, Purchasing, and Inventory. Learn more about SAP MM

  1. SAP QM Module - QM stands for Quality Management

SAP QM (Quality Management) is an integral part of several key business processes of SAP like production, sales, procurement, material management, etc. Learn more about SAP QM

  1. SAP PP Module - PP is Production Planning

SAP PP ( Production Planning) is a SAP module, specially designed for integrating different department involved in production and manufacturing. It has various components like Data Center, BOM, Work Center, CRP etc. Learn more about SAP PP

  1. SAP SD Module - SD is Sales and Distribution

SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) is an important module of SAP ERP consisting of business processes required in selling, shipping, billing of a product. The module is tightly integrated with SAP MM & SAP PP. Key sub-modules of SAP SD are Customer and Vendor Master Data, Sales, Delivery, Billing, Pricing and Credit Management. Learn more about SAP SD

  1. SAP BW Module - where BW stands for Business (Data) Warehouse

SAP BI (Business Intelligence) or SAP BW is a leading data warehousing and reporting tool. It helps convert raw data into information and insights that help improve business margins. Learn more about SAP BW

  1. SAP Basis -

SAP Basis is a set of programs and tools that act as an interface with Database, Operating system, communication protocols and other SAP modules like FI,HCM, SD etc. Learn more about SAP Basis

  1. SAP ABAP -

ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) is the default programming language for SAP applications. You can also use Java to code in SAP. Learn more about SAP ABAP

  1. SAP CRM - where CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management

SAP CRM is the Market Leader in Customer Relationship Management Software. SAP CRM plays a pivotal role in strengthening customer relationships. Learn more about SAP CRM

  1. SAP HANA - where Hana stands for High-performance Analytic Appliance.

SAP HANA is an in-memory computing platform that allows real-time data analysis. Its currently the market leader in BI.Learn more about SAP HANA

  1. SAP EC Module - where EC stands for Enterprise Controlling
  2. SAP TR Module - where TR stands for Treasury
  3. SAP IM Module - where IM stands for Investment Management
  4. SAP IS -where IS stands for Industries Specific Solution
  5. SAP PS Module- and PS is Project Systems
  6. SAP CAC - Cross Application Components
  7. SAP SCM- where SCM stands for Supply Chain Management
  8. SAP PLM- where PLM stands for Product LifeCycle Management
  9. SAP SRM- where SRM stands for Supplier Relationship Management
  10. SAP CS- where CS stands for Customer Service
  11. SAP SEM - where SEM stands for STRATEGIC ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT
  12. SAP RE - where RE stands for Real Estate
  13. SAP PM Module- where Plant Maintenance is the PM
  14. SAP Security Learn more about SAP Security
  15. SAP FSCM - where FSCM stands for Financial Supply Chain Management
  16. SAP NetWeaver
  17. SAP IS - where IS stands for Industry Specific Solution
  18. SAP XI - where XI stands for Exchange Infrastructure
  19. SAP Solution Manager – Learn more about Solution Manager
  20. SAP LE - where LE stands for Logistics Execution
  21. SAP APO- where APO stands for Advanced Planning and Optimization
  22. SAP AFS - where AFS stands for Apparel and Footwear Solution
  23. SAP CC - where CC stands for Convergent Charging
  24. SAP ITS - where ITS stands for Internet Transaction Server
  25. SAP ICM - where ICM stands for Incentive and Commission Management
  26. SAP KW - where KW stands for Knowledge Warehouse
  27. SAP MDM - where MDM stands for Master Data Management