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  • 07/04/13 SAPCOE is a consumer electronics company with plants, suppliers and customers all over the world. The following scenario demonstrates how SAPCOE’s fully integrated suite of SAP solutions helps them to react faster and more efficiently to real-world business problems. Call Center - Chris Johnson from Midland Industries is interested in purchasing 500 WebPhones, specifically, the SAPCOE WebPhone 2000. Customer Relationship Management - Working from home, a SAPCOE sales representative uses the Mobile Sales application to follow up with the customer, help them configure the phones, confirm cost and shipping date, and uploads the order to SAPCOE’s R/3 System. Advanced Planner & Optimizer - Midland’s order for 500 phones triggers a due date alert in the APO system. Production is shifted to another plant and optimization routines reschedule production. A material shortage alert is forwarded to the SAPCOE Purchasing Manager. Business to Business Procurement - Using the e-commerce solution, 500 camera assemblies are ordered from Munipack. After receiving a quote from Munipack’s R/3 system, a SAPCOE purchase order is created and a Munipack sales order is created in their respective R/3 Systems. Warehouse Management - The completed WebPhones are shipped to Midland Industries on the promised date. SAP Business Information Warehouse - SAPCOE’s president wants to see a report on customer contribution margins and drill down to view Midland Industries’ satisfaction ratings.
  • Integration in the “old” economy meant business process integration. ERP made SAP R/3 a worldwide standard system Since 1996 SAP R/3 has been e-commerce capable SAP products incorporated business technology for the future allowing customers to be ready for the future without system change Integration in the “new” economy requires integration of processes between enterprises. Collaboration More than working together Processes, where many users participate, can be executed simultaneously as one-step-business

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  • 1. SAP Overview SAP SolutionsSAP Solutions
  • 2. 2 Agenda for the overview Introduction to the SAP R/3 system  SAP system’s functionality  SAP implemenation methodology  mySAP.com
  • 3. 3 What is SAP SAP stands for Systems, Applications and Products in data processing. – A ERP dynamo 10 million users, 30,000 installations, 1000 partners, 21 Industry solutions. Customer world-wide, mostly Fortune 500 companies. 95% of the top 100 German companies use SAP. SAP is the fourth largest software company in the world. The SAP R/3 system is a business software package designed to integrate all areas of a business.
  • 4. 4 SAP R/3 Application R/3 Client / Server ABAP CO Controlling AA Asset Accounting PS Project System WF Workflow IS Industry Solutions MM Materials Mgmt. HR Human Resources SD Sales & Distribution PP Production Planning QM Quality Mgmt. FI Financial Accounting PM Plant Maintenance Integrated solutions Open systems Client / server architecture Enterprise data model Designed for all types of business Multinational Euro Y2K Comprehensive functionality
  • 5. 5 SAP – system landscape Server Client
  • 6. 6 SAP technology environment SAP Application ModulesSAP Application ModulesSAP Application ModulesSAP Application Modules R/3 Data RepositoryR/3 Data RepositoryR/3 Data RepositoryR/3 Data Repository DatabaseDatabaseDatabaseDatabase UserUser InterfaceInterface UserUser InterfaceInterface CommunCommun icationsications CommunCommun icationsications Enterprise NetworkEnterprise Network Operating SystemOperating System Hardware Platform and EnvironmentHardware Platform and Environment PlatformPlatform IndependentIndependent PlatformPlatform DependentDependent (Basis)(Basis)
  • 7. 7 R/3 Technology Environment DB2/390DB2/390 ADABAS DADABAS D DB2 for AIXDB2 for AIX INFORMIX-OnLineINFORMIX-OnLine ORACLEORACLE Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT,Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT, OSF/Motif, OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM),OSF/Motif, OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM), Macintosh, JavaMacintosh, Java ADABAS DADABAS D MS SQL ServerMS SQL Server INFORMIX-OnLineINFORMIX-OnLine ORACLEORACLE ABAP/4, C, C++, HTML, Java, ActiveX-ControlsABAP/4, C, C++, HTML, Java, ActiveX-Controls DB2/400DB2/400 OS/390OS/390 AIXAIX Digital UNIXDigital UNIX HP-UXHP-UX ReliantReliant UNIX (SINIX)UNIX (SINIX) SOLARISSOLARIS Windows NTWindows NT OS/400OS/400 Hardware Bull/ZenithBull/Zenith CompaqCompaq Data GeneralData General ...... NCRNCR SequentSequent SNISNI DigitalDigital HP (Intel)HP (Intel) IBM (Intel)IBM (Intel) BullBull DigitalDigital HPHP IBMIBM SNISNI SUNSUN UNIX SystemsUNIX Systems IBMIBM AS/400AS/400 Operating systems Dialog SAPGUI Languages Windows NT,Windows NT, Windows 95,Windows 95, PM, JavaPM, Java Databases IBMIBM S/390S/390
  • 8. 8 SAP in the business modeSAP in the business mode
  • 9. 9 •Integrated •Enterprise-Wide •Best Business Practices SAP •Multi-Currency •Multi-Lingual •Secure Information Why - SAP R/3 has been successful
  • 10. 10  Real time processing with an integrated suite of client/server applications.  Comprehensive  Open  Business Process orientation  Fully Integrated business process  Modular Structure  International – yet consistent  Providing maximum flexibility & Scalability  Strong backbone for future technologies. OSS 24 hr support available. Why - SAP R/3 has been successful
  • 11. 11 Integration ---- an example ProductiProducti onon Stock andStock and consumptionconsumption accounts updatedaccounts updated Goods ReceiptGoods Receipt MRPMRP FI / CO SD Sales orderSD Sales orderSD Sales orderSD Sales order Purchase Req Purchase Order MMMMMMMM
  • 12. 12 ASAP - methodology
  • 13. 13 PROJECT PREPARATION Define Goals & objective Clarify Scope Strategy, schedule Resources BUSINESS BLUEPRINT Requirement workshops Document business process Define Baseline scope Refine overall schedule REALISATION System Implementation Testing Release it for production FINAL PREPARATION Testing End user training System management Cut over activities GO LIVE & SUPPORT Pre production to live production Support organisation ASAP tools are tailor-made for an effective, fast, and well-organized SAP R/3 implementation. The complete implementation process is well documented.
  • 14. 14 SAP solutions for theSAP solutions for the NewNew, new, new economyeconomy
  • 15. 15 The Next Wave: mySAP.com solutions for the new, new economy The new economy changes everything1111 4444 2222 Expand corporate boundaries More products, partners & Transaction 3333 Creating a new generation of e-business
  • 16. 16 Enterprise Management Supplier of my Supplier Customer of my Customer Direct Supplier Direct Customer Logistics Execution Service Execution Manu- facturing Execution Enterprise Resources Sell Side Integration Buy Side Integration Selling MarketBuying Market Extending the Enterprise is Crucial for Survival
  • 17. 17 mySAP.com products mySap Enterprise Portal mySap Supply Chain Management mySap CRM mySap E-procurement mySap Product lifecycle mySap Business intelligence mySap Financials mySap Human Resources mySap Mobile Business mySap Market Place mySap Hosted solutions mySap Technology
  • 18. 18 Advanced Planner & Optimizer Business to Business Procurement Customer Relationship Management Business Information Warehouse Call Center Warehouse Management Co-operative Scenario Demonstration
  • 19. 19 Employee Self Services Business Intelligence Supply Chain Management Customer Relationship Management Enterprise Portals Business Framework Technology, BAPIs XML-enabling Continuous Knowledge Transfer Industry Solutions Marketplaces e-Commerce Internet Application Components 9494 9696 9999 mySAP.com Strategy: From Integration to Collaboration Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Resource Planning Inter-Enterprise Co-operation Inter-Enterprise Co-operation Inter-Enterprise Collaboration Inter-Enterprise Collaboration Portals Partnering Platform Outsourcing Business Scenarios
  • 20. 20 Thank You