Plant Maintenance with SAP

About Plant Maintenance with SAP 

"It's really a good book for studying SAP Plant Maintenance Module as it contains full of technical details with process flow, configuration and many more.  It fully covers all the topic of Plant Maintenance module."


This is a must-have guide for anyone interested in learning about the implementation and customization of plant maintenance with SAP. Readers will learn the basics of the plant maintenance process, how to evaluate which processes work best for them, and the actual configuration steps of these processes using SAP Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). 

They will also learn how to enhance the usability of the system and discover practical tips and best practices for implementation projects. Controlling issues, interfaces to other SAP components, as well as new technologies such as Mobile Asset Management, RFID, and portal integration are also covered. This new edition is based on SAP ERP 6.0, and includes coverage of enhancement pack 4, with extended information on subcontracting, tour planning, easy document management, and much more.

In Summary:

Learn how to successfully structure your technical systems and business processes in plant maintenance using SAP Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). You’ll learn the ins and outs of SAP Plant Maintenance, including essential customization settings and processes—from refurbishment to condition-based maintenance. 

  • Master real-life business processes, asset structuring, and customizing.
  • Discover tips and tricks for implementing daily operations.
  • Explore interfaces, reporting, and technologies—MAM, RFID, SOA, NetWeaver Portal, and much more.


  • Structuring of Technical Systems

  • - Functional Locations, equipment, materials,BOMs
  • Business Processes

  • - Planned and preventative plant maintenance, immediate repair, subcontracting, Refurbishment, condition-based and project-based maintenance, and much more
  • Integration

  • - Interfaces to external systems, integration within SAP ERP
  • Plant Maintenance Controlling

  • - Reporting, budgeting
  • New Information Technologies

  • - SAP NetWeaver Portal, cFolders, Asset Management, RFID, SOA
EAM Tricks from the Experts

You use EAM every day. Maximize your time with real-world tips and tricks designed to help you get everything you need out of the system!

Business Process Integration

Map and implement your business processes! Learn how to select important plant maintenance functions to monitor, when to include other departments, and how to store information. Then design a process that is truly unique to your organization.

EAM Expanded

Take your daily work a step further by understanding new technologies like SAP Work Manager, SAP Rounds Manager, SAP NetWeaver Business Client, and SAP HANA, and employing them alongside EAM.

  • Organizational structures
  • Business process alignment
  • Shift notes and shift reports
  • Linear asset management
  • Usability
  • Controlling maintenance
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Mobile applications
About the Author:

Karl Liebstuckel is Professor of Information Management and Business Software at the Wuzburg-Schweinfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He is also Chairman of the German SAP User Group (DSAG) and leads its Plant Maintenance and Service Management work group.

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