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ERP POPOSALFOR HPCL-SAPGroupVivek SrivastavaMeethu MohanKalyan PrasadPrabhu PReema G
HISTORY OF SAP Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing Founded in 1972 by Wellenreuther, Hopp, Hector, Plattner and Tschira Re named in 1977 Before 1977 : Systems Analysis and Program Development (German : Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung) SAP is both the name of the Company as well as their ERP Product SAP system comprises of a number of fully integrated modules, which covers virtually every aspect of the business Three systems developed : R/1, R/2, R/3
ABOUT HPCL Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), whose roots go back to 1952, is today operational in the oil refinery and LPG distribution space. A Fortune 500 company, HPCL recorded an annual turnover of over Rs 91,448 crores for the financial year ended March 2007. Currently, the company enjoys a 16 percent refining and marketing share in India and a strong market infrastructure. 2 Refinaries : 3 Million Metric Tonnes per annum 80 regional Offices, 20 terminals, 120 Depots, 8900 retail outlets
OPERATIONAL AREA OF HPCL1) Financial accounting (FI)2) Asset management (AM)3) Materials management (MM)4) Sales and Distribution (SD)5) Production Planning (PP)6) Quality management (QM)7) Plant maintenance (PM) & Customer Service (CS)8) Human resources (HR)
CURRENT SITUATION1.Issue in Employee management2.Human right issues, rehabilitation issues3.High Competition from other players Bharat Petroleum IOCL Reliance Industries ONGC4.Improper pricing mechanism5.Reducing income constraining further investments6.Increasing competition from private as well as other PSUs7.Inefficiencies in retailing outlets leading to loss of customer satisfaction
SO WHAT NEXT.... SOLUTION To Problems ELSE
WHY SAP(HOW DIFFER FROM OTHER ERP) 1. Vast array of modules, with huge spectrum of functionalities which ARE NOT PROVIDED by other ERP applications. 2. Specific functionalities which are core competencies of SAP while they are not available in other ERP applications, makes it an obvious choice for some specific industries. Eg. Variant configuration and Automobile industry. 3.SAP knowing the demand for special processes for each industry has come up with industry specific solutions which are unheard of from other applications. 4. Not only on the functionality side, but also on the system architecture and landscape SAP is innovating day by day from R2 to R3 to ECC to SOA, to adopt to the business needs, thus adding immense value to the customers. 5. SAP also gets complimented by most ubiquitous office applications of MS namely MSWord. 6. Also SAPs market share gives some certainty of business and hence it is much better than any other smaller ERP applications in terms of career prospects.
BENEFITS OF SAP ERP SAP ERP delivers a comprehensive set of integrated, cross-functional business processes. With SAP ERP, you can gain the following benefits: Improve alignment of strategies and operations Improve productivity and insight Reduce costs through increased flexibility Support changing industry requirements Reduce risk Improve financial management and corporate governance Optimize IT spending Gain higher ROI faster Retain top performers Provide immediate access to enterprise information
PROPOSED SAP MODULES SD – Sales and FI – Financial Distribution Accounting MM – Materials SD FI CO – Controlling ManagementPP – Production MM CO AM – Asset Management Planning PP AM SAP R/3 QM HR QM – Quality HR – Human Resources Management PM WFPM – Plant Maintenance WF – Workflow WM – Warehouse WM PS PS – Project System Management
Module Functionalities for HPCL MM PP SD Material Procurement BOM/Work Center/Routing Inquiry processing Inventory Management MRP Sales Order Processing Batch Management Capacity Evaluations Delivery Processing Goods inspection Production Orders Billing Invoice Verification QM in production FI CO General Ledger Cost Center Accounting Accounts Payable Product Costing Accounts receivable Order Contribution Analysis Cash management
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION PROCESSING MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
Sales Order Process(Order-to-Cash) Sales Order Check Entry Availability Pick MaterialsReceipt of PackCustomer Payment Materials Invoice Customer Post Goods Issue