The latest release of the SAP Oil & Gas Secondary Distribution (OGSD) add-on will be available in the fourth quarter of 2014. At the same time, we will start a brand new openSAP course that will give you a complete overview of the capabilities of this solution and the benefits it brings for downstream Oil & Gas companies. During the course, you will learn about the technical installation and the many applications that come with OGSD. This is an overview course and is open to everyone. You need no previous knowledge of the industry or SAP Logistics in general. The course is targeted at a broad audience. Consultants, customers, partners, account executives, and sales experts will all gain considerable insight into the OGSD solution.
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Course Summary

The latest release of the SAP Oil & Gas Secondary Distribution (OGSD) add-on will be available in the fourth quarter of 2014. At the same time, we will start a brand new openSAP course that will give you a complete overview of the capabilities of this solution and the benefits it brings for downstream Oil & Gas companies. During the course, you will learn about the technical installation and the many applications that come with OGSD:

OGSD Telesales adds value to the standard order-taking applications in Sales and Distribution, with comprehensive customer information and a greatly improved order-taking process.

With OGSD Data Collation, you can automate the typical business processes in the downstream business to a high degree, reducing errors and enhancing productivity.

Integrated Dispatch Management is a powerful truck dispatching solution for bulk deliveries, and helps significantly reduce costs for the truck fleet.

Retail Fuel Network Operations offers a new solution for managing typical business processes at service stations, like stock management, fuel sales, and fleet card management.

Continuous Product Replenishment helps monitor stock levels in tanks and calculates reorder points based on actual local temperatures and individual consumption.

In this course, you will learn how to use these and many more OGSD 7.0 applications to gain greater value from SAP installations in downstream Oil & Gas companies.

This is an overview course and is open to everyone. You need no previous knowledge of the industry or SAP Logistics in general. The course is targeted at a broad audience. Consultants, customers, partners, account executives, and sales experts will all gain considerable insight into the OGSD solution.

Course Characteristics

  • Starting from: November 5, 2014, 09:00 UTC
  • Duration: 4 weeks (4 - 6 hours per week)
  • Final exam: December 3 - 10, 2014
  • Course language: English
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Course Content

  • Week 1: Introduction and Order Taking
  • Week 2: Logistics Automation
  • Week 3: Retail Fuel Network Ops, Interfaces
  • Week 4: Consumption Forecast/Truck Dispatching
  • Week 5: Final Exam

Target Audience

  • Oil & Gas Consultants
  • Developers working in implementation projects
  • Account Executives
  • OGSD customers
  • SAP Implementation Partners

Course Requirements

  • No knowledge of IS-OIL required
  • Basic knowledge of SAP Logistics modules, MM, and SD advantageous, but not essential

Development Systems

This course is based on online lectures only. You need no development system to successfully participate in the course.

Further Course Instructors

Anna Henriksen

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Anna Henriksen is a senior SAP consultant at Implico GmbH and a member of the support team where she is responsible for all OGSD customers. She solves all kinds of SAP and OGSD problems, supports new customers and designs and implements new functionalities.

Anne Luther

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Anne Luther is senior developer at Implico GmbH and one of the leading developers of OGSD Retail Fuel Network Operations. She has also designed and developed other OGSD applications and has also experience in OGSD implementation projects.

Fouad Sebbane

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Fouad Sebbane is development team lead and senior SAP developer at Implico GmbH. He is also responsible for the integration of new SAP Technologies and for the design of new applications at Implico GmbH.

Frank Latour

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Frank Latour is development team lead and senior SAP developer at Implico GmbH and is responsible for the development of Data Collation and the OGSD Interface Module. He is also an expert for OGSD Installations and Upgrades and has much experience with Interface implementations.


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Course contents

  • Week 1:

    Introduction and Order Taking
  • Week 2:

    Logistics Automation
  • Week 3:

    Retail Fuel Network Operations, Interfaces
  • Week 4:

    Consumption Forecast, Truck Dispatching
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  • Final Exam:

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This course was held from Nov 05, 2014 through Dec 10, 2014.

2642 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.

When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 4281.

8799 learners enrolled.

Certificate Requirements

  • Gain a record of achievement by earning more than 50% of the maximum number of points from all graded assignments.
  • Gain a confirmation of participation by completing at least 50% of the course material.

Find out more in the certificate guidelines.

This course is offered by

Thorsten Klingspor

Thorsten Klingspor is development manager at Implico GmbH and is responsible for the development and delivery of the SAP Add-on Oil & Gas Secondary Distribution.

He is the author & owner of this course.

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