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ENTERPRISE RESOURSE PLANNING(E.R.

P)

The Current Scenario


Islands of Information Difficult to get timely & accurate information Heterogeneous Hardware & Software platforms & practices Poor connectivity between different organizational locations Sticking with obsolete technology Resist to change Lack of proven man-power to develop integrated software

What is ERP??
ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning.

ERP is an enterprise-wide information system that facilitates the flow of information and coordinates all resources and activities within the business organization.
ERP is a way to integrate the data and processes of an organization into one single system. ERP systems can cover a wide range of functions and integrate them into one unified database. Integration is Key to ERP

Before ERP Systems

Transfer to Accounting Office

Secretarys New Printer application

Companies after ERP Systems

Evolution of ERP

Need of ERP
ISSUES Lack of Integration ERP SOLUTIONS INTEGRATION
Accurate Common database Transparency

Limited features with the existing systems

Comprehensive system

Difficult to maintain
Business Processes have to be changed due to dynamic business environment, but systems cannot keep pace Delay and re-work in desired reports generation Lot of Paperwork

Easy to maintain
BPR with worlds best business practices business practices dynamic system changes On-line information Availability Less paper office

The ERP Selection Process


Business Assessment Appoint a Selection Team and Follow a Structured Selection Process

Assess Business Requirements and Resource Constraints


Determine Selection Criteria Find Compatible Vendors Communicate with Potential Vendors Create the Request for Information (RFI)

Shortlist and Demo Systems


Select Your ERP System Formalize Your Project Plan

ERP Vendors
ERP Vendors

Large Enterprise ERP

Midmarket ERP

Small Business ERP

SAP Oracle Microsoft

Infor QAD Epicor Sage

Exact Globe NetSuite Visibility Consona

Steps to Select an ERP Implementation Partner: Check, Check, Check, and Check
Check the Partners experience Check the Partners methodology Check the Partners training and support resources Check your gut

Hardware & Software Specifications


Hardware and Network Main computer, CPU, or file servers Optical disk storage PC workstations, Printers Network and data communication software

Software Application software System performance monitoring and utility software Custom programming

Interfaces Interfaces Hardware and Software Interface programming, installation and testing

Implementation Hardware installation Cable and network installation Data conversion Training Travel and expenses Documentation

Discounts Hardware & Software discounts

ERP Implementation Organization


Sponsor Execution Committee Steering Committee Project Management
Site2 Coordination Development Coordination

FUNCTIONAL TEAMS

TECHNICAL TEAMS
BASIS System Administration

SUPPORT TEAMS

SD Sales & Distribution

PS Project Systems

MM Materials Management

FI/CO Financial Accounting & Controlling

sbu1 P&S

ABAP/4 Programming
TASK FORCES CREATED FOR: 1. COMMUNICATION NEWSLETTERS -

sbu2

Team of Torch Bearers - Power Users

What will ERP fix in business?


Integrate financial information Integrate customer order information Standardize and speed up manufacturing processes Reduce inventory Standardize HR information

ERP Modules

ERP Functionality
Finance
-General Ledger -Accounts Receivable -Accounts Payable -Procurement -Fixed Assets -Treasury Mgmt -Cost Control -Grant Management

Human Resources
-HR/Benefits Administration -Payroll -Self-service HR

e-Business
-eProcurement - Employee Self Service - e-Recruiting/e-Hiring - e-Filing - Citizen Access - Web-enabled transactions - e-Commerce

Transaction Engine
Core software that manages transaction flow among applications and handles tasks like security and data integrity

Customer Relationship Mgt


Data Analysis
Decision support software that lets senior executives and other users analyze transaction data to track business performance

Supply Chain Mgmt


Planning, scheduling and fulfillment applications that address all procurement requirements across the enterprise

-Consistent user experience - Personalization of services - Realtime access- enterprise info

ERP System- Cost Components

OUTPUTS of ERP Systems


DOCUMENTS
Printer
Proposal Orders approval

Fax

Delivery plans
Shipping papers Warehouse check list Material document

Telex

Mail

Accounting document
Delivery/shipping document Invoice Dept & credit doc.

Teletext

EDI

Advantages of ERP System


A totally integrated system The ability to streamline different processes and workflows The ability to easily share data across various departments in an organization Improved efficiency and productivity levels Better tracking and forecasting Lower costs Improved customer service

Disadvantages of ERP System


Customization in many situations is limited The need to reengineer business processes ERP systems can be cost prohibitive to install and run Technical support can be shoddy ERP's may be too rigid for specific organizations that are either new or want to move in a new direction in the near future.

Conclusion
Think

Enterprising
Be

Resourceful
Look towards future

Plan