Discovering the Engineering Concept Phase

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Link to all simulations used in this unit
  • Summarize the processes in the Engineering Concept Phase

Summary of all Simulations

You will find for your reference a list of all simulations, which show you how to execute the described functions in SAP S/4HANA R&D Engineering. A prerequisite accessing the simulations is running this course in e-;earning mode. With the use of simulations you will be able to experience and explore some of the supported business processes. The simulations allow the look and feel of the system behavior without the need of a personal SAP S/4HANA system or additional access to other trial, demo, or learning systems.

Therefore, please be advised, that the label Exercise used across all embedded simulations is not meant to experience the full content of the several end-to-end exercises offered to you via SAP Learning System Access, but is used because the simulation is provided to you in Practice mode, meaning it provides you a kind of hands-on exercise learning experience while working with the e-learning content only.

It is not intended that you navigate again through all simulations at this point of the training. The individual simulations are referenced again in those parts of the training where they fit best. This is only a reference in case you want to go back to any simulation and you are looking for a central point of entry.

Link to All Simulations Used in This E-Learning

Process Overview: Engineering Concept Phase

Now let’s have a closer look at the product development process. The product development process starts with the concept phase. In this phase, the product requirements, pricing estimations or deadlines are defined. From a technical perspective the production technology is defined.

In the concept phase, the major goal is to prove that business requirements and technical targets can be fulfilled. The requirements are set by the customer or by the business unit of the company.

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