Prepare your zap Cash project by following these five simple steps
zap Cash analyzes double payments within one SAP client across multiple company codes and for up to three fiscal years. Your zap Cash preparation journey is as easy as it can get. Please prepare the following minimal steps to get started.
1. Defining the scope
- Which SAP clients do you want to analyze?
- What are the essential company codes?
- How many years do you wish to analyze?
We at zapliance follow a simple rule when starting a new project: Start small, scale fast.
Which means: For the first zap Cash project, let's pick one or two interesting company codes that are neither too small not to produce results nor too big to squeeze the last bit of energy out of your hardware.
2. Identifying suitable hardware
zap Cash is ready for your large SAP data sets. Please talk to your infrastructure team to organize a virtual machine or equivalent with the following parameter:
- Windows 64-bit operating system
- 64GB RAM of memory, ideally scalable between 16GB RAM and 128GB RAM
- A modern multi-core processor (min. 8 cores)
- 1-2TB hard disk space which supports read and write speeds of up to 300 MB/s
3. Identify or apply for a suitable SAP User
Probably one of the most significant advantages of zap Cash is that there is no need to update SAP. All you need is an SAP User with RFC read table access. To be more precise, the user profile needs to look like this:
If you would like to have more details on how to set up the user, have a look at the following article:
4. Download zap Cash
zap Cash is currently in BETA mode. If you have not talked to our CEO, Alex, this is your chance!
Just write him an Email or directly book a meeting with him.
Once you have logged in, we will then assign zap Cash to your download area. Simply download zap Cash and follow the instructions.
5. Connect to your SAP system
Also, please make sure you have the SAP connection parameters (Message / Application server, system name, system number, client, router string) at hand and downloaded the SAP JCO file from the SAP Marketplace free of charge. The following links will provide more detail if needed: