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Large Enterprises are using a 2-tier ERP strategy to mange their subsidiaries worldwide.

Large Enterprises are using a 2-tier ERP strategy to mange their subsidiaries worldwide.

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  • Single version of the truthData synchronized between Corporate and Subsidiaries Global integration Manage currency, exchange rates, language. More effective cross-functional processes Eliminate points of failure between multiple systems—FIN, HCM, CRM, MFGReal–time information available any time, anywhere Uniform best practices and standards Forecast Accuracy: Sales forecasting, which allows inventory optimization Profitability: Order tracking, from acceptance through fulfillment Cash Flow: Revenue tracking, from invoice through cash receipt Ensure company wide governance and compliance (IFRS, SOX, Basel, company specific) Improved customer experience - 360 view of the customer Comprehensive enterprise view (no "islands of information"), effective data management between Corp and Subs....Single version of the truth Consistent data structure for accurate consolidated reporting Real–time information available to management anywhere, any time to make proper decisions. Global integration – Easier to bridge barriers of currency, exchange rates, language. Improve workforce efficiency through automated workflow Eliminate points of failure between multiple systems—Integrated FIN, HCM, CRM, MFG Automate and Improve standard processes and best practices Forecast Accuracy: Sales forecasting, which allows inventory optimization Profitability: Order tracking, from acceptance through fulfillment Cash Flow: Revenue tracking, from invoice through cash receipt Meet compliance requirements (IFRS, SOX, Basel) Access controls and data security Improved customer experience - 360 view of the customer
  • One size does not fit all – Corporate suite and available resources may not fit subsidiariesSubsidiaries need a little bit of all functionsNeed for fast ROI requires quick deploymentsLimited corporate internal resources to support subsidiary implementationsUsability – subsidiaries need applications that are easy to learn, easy to useSupport for a fast acquisition / exit strategyIntegration of truly independent businesses can create unnecessary dependencies.
  • SAP Business ByDesign is a comprehensive business solution built from the ground up specifically for dynamic, growing small and midsize organizations.Key Points: Certainty, Time to Value and Affordability. SAP Business ByDesign is an end-to-end, on-demand enterprise solution. It addresses all critical business functions while providing robust configurability and extensibility. Because its an integrated business application, it eliminates the cost of having to integrate point solutions to enable these end-to-end processes, more importantly for every internal point of integration within ByDesign, that’s a point of failure that’s eliminated. The more points of failure eliminated, the lower the long-term risk and cost of an ERP solution.Moreover, its engineered to handle increasing operational complexity without having to incur further systems integration or configuration costs. Business ByDesign is an integrated business solution that meets the three main criteria for ERP selection:Risk – integrated solutions eliminate points of failure, lowering overall riskTime – integrated solutions speed the time of arrival, capturing opportunity costCost – integrated solutions simply cost less to acquire and less to maintain, not to mention the efficiency gains associated with standard business process adoptionKey Innovations include:Full Suite covering all relevant aspectsLarge set of scenarios & processesSOA architected and model drivenModular & Flexible – easy to configure and changeBusiness Network enabledIntuitive user experience incl. CollaborationBusiness Insight & AnalyticsBuilt in in-memory technology Flexibility, Extensibility & Partner platformIntegrated knowledge baseBuilt in complianceBuilt in Service & Support

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  • 1. SAP Business ByDesignfor Large EnterprisesBuilding a Unified, Global SAP Software System
  • 2. Management of corporate networks has been a challenge Intercompany synchronization Conflicting priorities Limited IT resources of subsidiary Dynamic local needs Sales Emerging market Customer Small Mergers and units opportunities service subsidiaries acquisitions© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 2
  • 3. Business needs vary by type of subsidiary Local sales organization Manages customer relationships Sells products that are delivered from central storage or directly from the factory to customers (drop shipment) Local -service unit Manages customer relationships Provides customer service on behalf of the company, such as maintenance, repair,and consultingServices, consulting, and Manages customer relationships engineering Provides project-related services to headquarters, subsidiaries, or customers Includes project team members from headquarters, service units, or subsidiaries Has a typical professional services scope Shared-service unit Provides standardized, knowledge-based services for headquarters or subsidiaries in the corporate network, such as procurement, personnel services, and IT support or help desk Distribution Manages customer relationships Manages supply-demand match Sells and delivers products Manufacturing Manages customer relationships Produces product Manages supplier and vendor supply chains Sells and delivers products© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 3
  • 4. What does unified enterprise resourceplanning (ERP) look like? Single version of the truth Availability of real-time information anytime and anywhere for everyone Uniform best practices and standards across the company Better company-wide governance and compliance A 360-degree view of the customer© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 4
  • 5. Challenges to successfully deployment of a single,unified ERP system Recognition that one size does not fit all Speed to deploy Usability Infrastructure and resource requirements Support for a fast acquisition and exit strategy© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 5
  • 6. A two-tier ERP strategy is the quickest path to successStart with the system at corporate Corporate tier one Subsidiaries - tier two EcosystemComplex 1st Tier – SAP Business Suite Support for complex businessLess scenarioscomplex Maximized process efficiency through customization Requirements to meet compliance standards Complex external integration© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 6
  • 7. A two-tier ERP strategy is the quickest path to successAdd subsidiaries, joint ventures, acquisitions, and divestitures Corporate tier one Subsidiaries - tier two Ecosystem AcquisitionsComplex Established Emerging businesses Planned 2nd Tier – ERP solution divestitures Drive to adoption of standards andLess best practicescomplex Joint ventures Low cost to deploy and maintain Fast time to implement and ease of use Subsidiaries Minimal IT involvement© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 7
  • 8. A two-tier ERP strategy with SAP software delivers unifiedand global ERP Corporate tier one Subsidiaries - tier two Ecosystem AcquisitionsComplex Established 3rd Party Emerging businesses 1st Tier – SAP Business Suite  Support for complex business Suppliers scenarios Planned  Maximized process efficiency divestitures through customization  Requirements to meetLess compliance standardscomplex Joint ventures  Complex external integration Customer 2nd Tier – SAP Business Subsidiaries ByDesign Drive to standards adoption / best practices 3rd Party Low cost to deploy & maintain Integration into 1st Tier© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 8
  • 9. SAP Business ByDesignThe most complete, cloud-solution for small to midsize organizationsSecond-tier organizations need a solution that allows them to retain thedynamics of a small organization at an affordable price Complete: Addresses the needs of the entire subsidiary, supports integration with SAP Business Suite, and helps comply with HQ requirements Flexible: Allows subsidiaries to react quickly and economically to business changes Fast to value: Helps subsidiaries deploy in as little as three weeks thanks to an integrated knowledge base Easy-to-Use: Increases productivity with rapid adoption through an user-friendly user experience Affordable: Fits a subsidiary budget with predictable cost of ownership and on-demand pricing Innovative: Incorporates the latest technology from SAP© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Public 9