eProcurement
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

eProcurement

on

  • 2,613 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,613
Views on SlideShare
2,576
Embed Views
37

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
199
Comments
0

3 Embeds 37

http://doba2007.wordpress.com 20
http://www.slideshare.net 15
http://203.208.37.104 2

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

eProcurement eProcurement Presentation Transcript

  • Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Basic terms of e-procurement
    • Key benefits of e-procurement
    • Position of e-procurement system in ERP system
    • E-procurement flow chart
    • Methods and tools
    • Software Architecture, Tiers
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Web based ERP
    • E-sourcing
    • E-tendering
    • E-reverse auctioning
    • E-informing
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Improved management information of purchasing
    • Improved transparency during purchasing process
    • Standardized and streamlined purchasing
    • Spend control and better use of corparate contacts
    • Budget holder have visibility and hands-on control
    • Supplier bills are paid on time
    • Reduction paper work
    • Improved customer service
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
  • Database Intermediary System Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07 E-Procurement Purchase System Accounting System Sale System Warehouse System
  • Buyer Supplier Identify need Input order into system Receive goods Import invoice into system Import detail into system Accounts payable Negotiate Price Deliver goods Import invoice into system Import detail into system Account Receivable Complate request Get Authorization Identify Supplier Negotiate Price Place order Receive order Issue Delivery Receive invoice Match order receipt and order Manage differences File Documentation Issue invoice Reconcile Pay supplier Bank settlement Reporting Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07 Request Order Receive Invoicing Payment Reporting Order Delivery Invoicing Payment Reporting
    • Planning methods and tools
    • Procurement methods and tools
    • Payment methods and tools
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Spend Analysis tools
    • Supplier Management tools
    • Electronic Auctions
    • E-RFXs
      • RFI- request for information
      • RFT- request for tender
      • RFP- request for proposals
      • RFQ- request for quot
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Electronic cataloques
    • Electronic purchase orders (POs)
    • Automated Approvals
    • FMIS-ERP systems (Financial Management Information Systems)
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
  • Transactional Procurement Sytem Agency FMIS Supplier System End User Internal Catalogues Order is created and send to supplier for Processing Order Details and spend Limits Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
  • Transactional Procurement Sytem Agency FMIS Supplier System End User Internal Catalogues Order is created using punch out detailsand send to supplier for Processing Order Details and spend Limits End user browse supplier catalogue via punch out form internal eProcurement system Real time pricing and stock availability Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
  • Agency FMIS Supplier System End User Internal Catalogues Order is paid Order is created and lodged directly in the Supplier system Real time pricing and stock availability Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • P-cards (Purchasing Cards
    • EMS (Expense Management System)
    • EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer)
    • ERS (Evaluated Receipt Settlement)
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
  • Java Runtime Environment Ex: Microsoft SQL server Business Document Exchange (BCX) service Presentation Tier Communication Tier Application Tier Data Tier Web server SMTP mail XPC Workflow Services Order Monitoring Tolerance service Configuration Enterprise Host Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Workflow Services
    • Tolerance Service
    • Order Monitoring Service
    • Configuration
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • Multiplatform
    • Compatible with complex application
    • Object oriented
    • Flexile and modular
    • Accomodate with SAP(JRFC-java remote function calls package)
    • Oracle serves “Oracle Business components for Java” with oracle JDeveloper
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07
    • http://www.agimo.gov.au
    • http:// www.dcita.gov.au/ie/ebusiness
    • www.commerceone.com
    • www.hp.com/solutions/commerceone/procurementexpress
    • www.intel.com/go/solutionblueprints
    • “ Successful use of e-procurement in supply chains ”- Thomas Puschmann and Rainer Alt
    • “ Understanding the incremental nature of e-procurement implementation at the state and local levels”- Susan A. M acManus
    • “ Google Answers” and “Google scholar”
    Emrah Dayioglu, Master of Science E-Business/Fachhochschule Fulda 18.11.07