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Overview ERP

Applications
in
Supply Chain
Management
Integrations

Advantages

Failures

Submitted By:
Sourabh Bajpai
ERP, CRM, SCM

Source: O’Brien, James. Introduction to Information Systems, 12e, 2005


Enterprise Business Systems
Enterprise Application Architecture
Suppliers

Partner Relationship Management


Collaboration – Decision Support
Supply Chain Management
Knowledge Management

Selling – Distribution
Sourcing - Procurement
Employees

Partners
Enterprise Resource Planning
Internal Business Processes

Customer Relationship Management


Marketing – Sales - Service

Customers
Enterprise
Resource Planning
The Technological
Backbone of e-Business
Production Integrated
Planning Logistics
Sales,
Distribution, Customer/
Order Employee
Management Accounting
Human and Finance
Resources
Enterprise
Resource Planning
The Business Value of
ERP

Demand Manufacturing Logistics Distribution Order


Planning Planning Planning Planning Entry
Enterprise Resource Planning

Customers
Suppliers

Purchasing MRP Manufacturing Inventory Distribution


& Accounts Inbound & Production Control & & Accounts
Payable Inventory Scheduling Warehousing Receivable
Plant Mgmt.

Finance and Accounting


Human Resources
Enterprise
Resource Planning
Benefits of ERP
Quality and Efficiency
Decreased Costs
Decision Support
Enterprise Agility

Failures in ERP Do Exist


Enterprise
Resource Planning
Causes of ERP Failures
Underestimating the Complexity of
Planning, Development, and Training
Needed
Failure to Involve Affected Employees
Trying to do “Too Much Too Fast”
Over Reliance by Company on Claims of
Software Companies
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