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    • European Union SAP Summit 20119.00 9.15 Welcome Coffee Welcome and Introduction9.15 9.30 Henri Van der Vaeren, Managing Director SAP Belgium & Frank Soudan, Account Director EU SAP Strategy, Innovation without Boundaries9.30 10.15 Ken Hamel, Senior Vice President, Global Customer Solutions & Presales SAP – Trends in Public Sector10.15 11.00 Thomas Kunert, Senior Director Federal & State Government EMEA & Christophe Compain, Principal Consultant public sector11.00 11.15 Break Learn how SAP state of the art Business Intelligence allows a real transformation strategy11.15 12.00 Jean-François Dierckx, solution expert SAP BI12.00 13.15 Lunch Break SAP Business Planning and Consolidation bringing agility and transparency for Public Governance13.15 14.00 (including the EMSA business case) Kris Van Delm, solution architect SAP Technology meets Public Sector Business requirements14.00 14.45 Karim Benakli, Principal SAP Netweaver consultant14.45 15.00 Break SAP Field Services for the European Institutions15.00 15.45 Bertrand Andries, Field Service Director SAP Belgium15.45 16.15 Conclusions & Closing Remarks16.15 17.00 Drink © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 1
    • SAP Business Planning and Consolidation bringingagility and transparency for Public GovernanceAn SAP BusinessObjects Analytic ApplicationKris Van Delm/EPM Solution AdvisorDecember, 2011
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
    • What is an SAP BusinessObjects Analytic Application? Purpose-Built Industry Solutions  Industry specific content, data universes, metrics, reports, and dashboards addressing a unique business issue  All required SAP BusinessObjects application licenses included  Priced per business user All analytic applications use flexible standard reference architecture and can integrate with any data source Co-innovated with leading customer organizations © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
    • What are the Benefits of SAP BusinessObjectsAnalytic Applications? Rapid time to value  Reduce development time  Reduce implementation time to <12 weeks  Free up internal technical resources Best practice adoption  Use proven approaches for faster ROI  Better adoption by business for improved productivity  Extend existing customer architecture to protect existing investments Fully supported by SAP  Reduce headcount maintaining projects  Production quality to reduce risk © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
    • Challenges: What’s Driving Investment in EnterprisePerformance Management Solutions? Key public sector questions: How can I align and optimize outcomes with resources? How do I contain the growing costs of service delivery? How do I maximize the mission impact of budgets How do I realign resources to adjust to shifting priorities How should I integrate budget, cost, and performance? How do I increase operational efficiency and productivity? How do I provide more transparency to the public?© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
    • Total Managed Expenditure and Receipts: UK Treasury According to the latest government figures, total managed expenditure (TME) is likely to rise to 48% of GDP in the current year, 2009/10, a level last seen in the 1970s. At the same, time receipts from tax proceeds are expected to fall to levels last seen in the recession of the early 1990s.© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
    • Best Practice Performance Management Is Well-Documented 2 1 Translate Develop the the Strategy Strategy 3 Strategic Plan 6 Align the Test Organization an d AdaptThe Execution PremiumLinking Strategy to Operationsfor Competitive AdvantageRobert S. Kaplan and 4 5David P. Norton Plan Monitor Operation Operating/Financial Plan and Learn Execution Process Initiative © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
    • SAP Provides a Complete Solution for Best-Practice Performance Management Vendor rating for SAPSAP BusinessObjects October 2010 Rating : Strong positiveStrategy Management Translate Develop 2 the strategy 1 the strategy“  Review performanceCPM with SAPs linkage of against peers  Review past achievements governance, risk and compliance (GRC) through its Align the Test Strategy ManagementSAP BusinessObjects 3 organization 6 and adapt component is a visionary move.” 3Profitability and Cost Management Define mission, vision,  Review cost of service delivery of SAP BusinessObjects and values services by customer type and region enterprise performance  Optimize plans with shared services Conduct strategic management (EPM) analysis address every solutions orgs step of the execution Formulate strategySAP BusinessObjects process 4 Plan MonitorPlanning and Consolidation 4 5 and learn operations  Plan for strategic initiatives  Review past performanceSAP BusinessObjectsRisk Management  Identify key risks and develop contingency plans and measures © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
    • Manage Financial Performance Support for well-defined, best- practice performance management process (example: Kaplan and Norton) SAP BusinessObjects SAP BusinessObjects Strategy Management Risk Management More informed decisions through better visibility of information throughout the cycle Faster and more incisive decision making leading to a CFO and COO more agile organization – more Closed-loop financial able to cope with today’s performance uncertainty management Better resource and capacity alignment minimizing unnecessary expenses SAP BusinessObjects Profitability and Cost Management SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation* Improved productivity of the finance function Incorporation of risk management*SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation, version for the Microsoft platform – release 7.5 © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 14
    • Methodologies Overview 3 Program Administrative Business budgeting budgeting planning and performance Nonfinancial reporting Re-forecasting Preconfigured targets modeling views or templates Multiple versions Decision Multiple passesPayroll support GL/ERP 4 5 Monthly SAP Program planning reporting process Executive Data BusinessObjects imports dashboards Planning and  Consolidations Consolidation  Eliminations 1  Re-forecasting Multiple versions Multiple passes Preconfigured modeling views or Funding Baseline templates Long- guidelines forecasting range planning Options Scenario costing modeling 2 © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15
    • 1. Long-Range Planning© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 16
    • 2. Business Planning and Performance Reporting© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 17
    • 3. Financial Reporting and Consolidation© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 18
    • 4. Executive Reporting Pack Executive Reporting© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 19
    • AgendaWhat is an Analytic Application?Public Sector ChallengesWhat Does a Best-Run Government Look Like? Performance Management for Government Application OverviewBenefits and Value – EMSA business case © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 20
    • Business Value Streamlined planning, budgeting, forecasting, and consolidation Familiar and easy to use  Enables rapid adoption by leveraging native Microsoft Office tools (e.g. Excel)   Consolidations businessand accuracy of the Increase the speed rules are configured by finance users (no scripting required) planning processes  User owned and managed  Anticipated ROI of 50% to 150%, and 6- to Process-centric 12-month payback  Customizable business process flows ensure Can reduce the duration of the  consistency and minimize training planning cycle  by 30% to 90%, and reduce the cost by 25% Enforce policies and procedures - track process to 75% status and completion Gartner ‘”Finding the Fast Path to Corporate Performance,” Neil Chandler,  Step-by-step guidance for users May 28, 2009, G00165790  Unified planning and consolidation  Single, integrated application reduces maintenance, improves data integrity  Simplified deployment while enabling flexible consolidation and planning functions  Optimized for SAP and non-SAP environments© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 21
    • What Problem Are We Trying to Solve?Streamline Planning Processes and Reduce Risk Performance Data sources management application User suites and modules interface Reporting Structured data ERP CRM ERP HB LOB LOB GRC LOB CRM CRM HB Planning ? LOB CRM ERP HB LOB ProcessUnstructured data CRM ERP HB LOB© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 22
    • SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation SAP BusinessObjects Planning & Database Application BPC MS Excel Consolidation Advantages Advantages Well-known and available Data storage Comprehensive Multi-user system Calculation-Engines Robust security Formatting capabilities Simple Disadvantages Disadvantages Desktop Tool Difficult to use Combined Models Long implementation times No Workflow Complex modeling Limited security Dependant on IT © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 23© SAP 2007 / Page
    • The environment SAP Business Planning andConsolidation Creates Unified Repository Transactional C systems : ERP, B CRM, DW, ... SAP BPC A A B C© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 24
    • Why SAP BPC at EMSA?Microsoft Office User InterfaceSAP BPC uses Microsoft office and the web as the userinterfacesSupport of various Time HorizonsDifferent time scales can be deployed simultaneouslyMaintenance done by Business UsersModels, structures, hierarchies and reports can becreated and maintained by business usersFinancial Planning per Project and Budget LineReporting and Planning structures are flexibly beingsetup within SAP BPC, with the granularity needed foreach AgencyIntegration with ABACIntegration with SAP and non-SAP sources is easilyachieved via the Data Manager moduleKPI definition and follow-up© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 25
    • Why SAP BPC at EMSA?Various kinds of planningSAP BPC caters for different types of planning, likeexpense planning, headcount planning, financialplanning, etc.Link between Expenses and FundingSAP BPC can tie expense planning to the variousfunding means of these expenses.Simulation and VersioningModels, structures, hierarchies and reports can becreated and maintained by business usersIntuitive follow up on budget creationCentral departments can easily follow up on theprogress of each budget by means of Business ProcessFlowsError Reduction and Data Quality ImprovementControls allow for build in error checking and improveddata quality© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 26
    • Why SAP BusinessObjectsAnalytical Applications?Your unique industry needsProven, industry-specific best practices to enable you tooptimize your operations and businessPackaged for rapid deploymentPrebuilt, extensible solutions that are designed to berapidly implemented in either SAP or heterogeneousvendor environmentsAn industry-leading business analytics portfolioCombines SAP BusinessObjects BI, EIM, EPM, andGRC solutions with industry-specific data models, keyperformance indicator (KPI) libraries and visualizations,and quick-start deployment servicesIndustry-leading supportSolutions are formally backed, maintained, andsupported by SAP – a world leader in enterprisebusiness software© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 27
    • Summary of Benefits and ValueThe SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation for Public Sectorapplication provides:  Long-range planning  Business planning  Management reporting Multiple versions  Executive reporting Multiple passes  One database  One user interface  One point of maintenance  One set of business process flows  One executive reporting pack© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 28
    • Thank You!Contact information:Van Delm KrisSr. Solution Advisorkris.van.delm@sap.com+32 486 57 46 89