Introducing Customer Project and Utilization Analysis (BGI - BGJ)

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Introduce Utilization Analysis and Customer Project Analysis

Introduction to Customer Projects and Utilization Analysis

How to Access SAP S/4HANA Cloud Scope Item Process Flows and Test Scripts

  1. Navigate to SAP Best Practices for SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Enterprise Management.
  2. Select a country localization from the Version dropdown list.
  3. If necessary, select the Login icon in the upper left corner to log in.
  4. Go to the Accelerators section and, under General Documents, choose the link SAP Best Practices content library.
  5. Select the relevant scope option checkboxes to filter information and locate scope item test scripts and process flows.
Ignore the BPMN2 version of process flows.

Utilization Analysis (BGJ) Description

Utilization Analysis is a guide on using custom CDS view and CDS query. It takes the .utilization rate of employees across several predefined analysis steps such as company, service organization, cost centers, employee details, and so on, as an example. This ultimately leads to the analysis of billable versus non-billable employees in commercial project management.

Key Process Steps

  • Create Custom CDS Views
  • Build a Custom Analytical Query
  • Create an App as a Tile


Analyze the employee utilization and the billable versus non-billable associations

Customer Project Analysis (BGI) Description

Customer Project Analysis is an analytical feature based on CDS views and SAP S/4HANA embedded analytics. This feature provides rich visualization and analysis of customer projects based on margin, revenue, cost, and so on. The views use several predefined analysis steps such as country, service organization, profit centers, projects, and more.

Key Process Steps

  • Check the relevant CDS Views in View Browser
  • View Content
  • Create an App out of the CDS view


Analyze the Customer projects and the margin associated.

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