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  • 1. Project proposal for theimplementation of an ERPII system at MoorreesburgPet Food Catering Company(Pty) Ltd. Group 7
  • 2. 1. INTRODUCTION Re-engineering of current ERP. Improvement to supply chain management (SCM). “back of office" operational excellence value proposition. Minimize the negative effect of the implementation process on daily activities.
  • 3. 2. BACKGROUND M P F C C (Pty) Ltd manufactures quality dry dog food Operation includes a mixing, extrusion, dryer and blending process. ALPHACOM ERP – normal functional processes; procurement, finance, human resources, maintenance, time management of employees and logistics Information was kept on SCADA system and on spread sheets.
  • 4. 3. ASSUMPTIONS & LIMITATIONS Change management factors Decision making process Quality of the master data tables which define entities. Availability and quantity of the employees identified to be trained as super users. Identification of critical success factors (CSF’s)
  • 5. 4. PROPOSED SYSTEM Current ERP system is a single-instance strategy SYSPRO ERP II system A complete re-engineering Leveraging the information involving the resources
  • 6. ERP / ERP II - a comparative summary.
  • 7. 5. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND OVERVIEW Forecasting Distribution Requirement Planning (DRP). Available to Promise (ATP). Back to back Sales Orders, Purchase Orders and Jobs. Customer Relationship Management Module (CRM). e.Net Solutions and Document Flow Manager
  • 8. Screen shot of proposed ERP II Screen shot of current ERP
  • 9. 6. BENEFITS OF UPGRADING TO ERP II SYSTEM  A change in focus from enterprise-centric to process integration and external collaboration.  ERP II penetrates the entire value chain.  Exploit the latest advancements in information technology.  ERP II will perform collaborative commerce or c- commerce
  • 10. 7. BUSINESS IMPACT OF ERP II SYSTEM Increased business focus on external integration. Wide intensive and extensive coverage Flexibility in handling functions WEB centric application Worldwide integration Contract management
  • 11. 8. IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH Accurate planning = less disruption of daily processes. Establish a steering committee. Cross-functional installation team will have representatives from the major business functions, project team and IS department. Weekly flash reports and monthly executive dashboards A phased approach with pilot groups of super users.
  • 12. 9. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Planning and preparation Standard solution design Standard solution development Pilot deployment Rollout
  • 13. 10. COSTS. Direct and indirect cost of implementation  training and education - effective transfer of both tacit and explicit knowledge  introduction of middleware to ensure integrated connectivity Cost associated with adoption success/failures.  A poorly executed project can cause huge monetary losses  Careful analysis of potential vs. risk  Effectiveness of company change management  levels of utilization and proficiency
  • 14. 11. CONCLUSION ERP II is regarded as the “next generation” of ERP’s ERP II should be an effective part of a management information system (MIS). Greater flexibility in the integration of functions between departments and industries. Link together company structures, strategies and business processes within the wider supply chain IS.