Erp study (Understand and select ERP)

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OpenERP - ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) is a system which used by organization to streamline their all organizational process and provide it a centrally accessible platform. So across the organization the flow of information becomes faster and reliable. In the present scenario of world only those organizations can move faster who are equipped with central information system where all the organization data is stored in one central location because by this decision making become very fast and reliable. ERP System provides a facility to exchange of information between different departments. As we all know that all the activities in organization are independent of their monetary aspect effects the organization, so in that case all activities in an ERP system can be mentioned and the effect of that activity can be also measured.

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Erp study (Understand and select ERP)

  1. 1. ERP- Enterprise Resource Planning ( An Introduction) By: Gaurav Kumar (www.apagen.com)
  2. 2. Definition Of ERPSoftware solution that addresses all the needs of an enterprise with the process view of an organization to meet the organizational goals and integrate all the functions of the enterprise
  3. 3. What is ERP ?• Facilitates Company-wide integrated Information Systems Covering all functional Areas.• Performs core Corporate activities and increases customer service augmenting Corporate Image.• Organizes & Optimizes the data input methodologies systematically.
  4. 4. Evolution of Business Applications• MIS - Management Information Systems Decision Support - No• IIS - Integrated Information Systems No Decision Support - No• EIS - Executive Information Systems Decision Support - Yes• CIS - Corporate Information Systems Decision Support - Yes• EWS - Enterprise Wide Systems Decision Support - No Logistics are considered as a part of system
  5. 5. Evolution of Planning Systems• Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)• Manufacturing Resource Planning ( MRP II)• Enterprise Resource Planning ( ERP)Other terminologies are :• Money Resource Planning (MRP III)• Supply Chain Management• Value Chain Management
  6. 6. Is It Only a Jargon ? • No. MRP and MRP II were there for a long time. • ERP is an enhancement over these. • It is true that Year 2000 problem accelerated the sales and acceptance of ERP. • Introduction of ERP provides you a chance to have a new look at your working.
  7. 7. Is It Going to be there long?Yes and No.ERP will be there for a long time, if you are willing toupgrade to new versions with new features as andwhen the are released in the marketYour ERP may still work after a long time withoutenhancements, if your company is not growing!Moral : Upgrading the systems are a must!
  8. 8. Can We wait ?Wait if you have : Good systems running. No immediate threat of Y2K, Euro and other known/unknown problems. No management commitment. Financial problems.Do not wait if you have : Tough competition in the market. Multiple location operations. Plans to grow Globally. Management Commitment for change.
  9. 9. Why ERP ?
  10. 10. ProfitabilityYou have Two Choices :Increase in sales - Say 30%ORReduce Procurement Cost - say by 5-10 %
  11. 11. What IT Dept. shall look into? Automatic Identification System Hardware & Networking Software DBMS/RDBMS Communication ERP Supply Chain Management EDI Intranet Internet
  12. 12. For Healthy Operations Integration of Systems across the Functional Departments in a Company as well as across the Enterprise as a Whole. Better Customer Service. Introduction of Latest Technologies as and when the are ready for the Industry acceptance Expertise database Avoids data redundancy
  13. 13. Competition In the Market!Manufacturing Challenges. Manufacturing Globally. Distribution network spread. New Product introduction. Lower manufacturing lead time.Focus on industry markets. Satisfying the needs of customers. Develop specific business methods and processes. Integration with third party products.
  14. 14. Demands on the Industry Better products at lower costs Tough competition Need to analyze costs / revenues on a product or customer basis Flexibility to respond to changing business requirements More informed management decision making
  15. 15. What are your Problems ? Unable to get accurate, timely information Applications not complete for existing business practices Modifications are time consuming or not feasible
  16. 16. A Typical IT StoryManufacturing Financelocation 1 My growth will be OK . No? Corporate office Sales Group Manufacturing location 2
  17. 17. ERP - The Enabler
  18. 18. What is that ERP enables ?Systematic Look into your Systems & proceduresOptimizing the processesEnables you to adapt yourself to new technologiesDiscipline across the functions
  19. 19. What does ERP integrate ?• Database• Applications• Interfaces• Tools
  20. 20. What drives ERP ?• Business • Customer Satisfaction • Business Development - new areas, products, services • Ability to face competition • Efficient processes required to push the company to top gear• IT • Present Software does not meet business needs • Legacy systems difficult to maintain, Y2K Problem , Euro currency • Obsolete hardware/software difficult to maintain
  21. 21. Problems Taken Care of• Availability check at the time of Accepting Sales order• On-line Material Status & Shortages• Productivity Enhancements• Material Planning• Customer Service• Cash Management• Inventory• Quality
  22. 22. Subsystems of ERP• Logistics• Bill Of Materials• Sales & Marketing• Master Scheduling• Materials Requirement Planning• Capacity Requirements Planning• Purchasing• Shop Floor Control• Accounts Payable/Receivable• HR
  23. 23. Understanding ERP
  24. 24. Integration of Information Systems IS messages IS messagesManufacturing Head Quarters Marketing/Sales Local purchasing,  InformationSystems:  Sales, shipping invoice verification  Project Mgmt and billing Inventory management  Inventory  Purchasing of Internal sales,  Purchasing trading goods shipping and billing  Sales  Inventory Profit/loss  Budget Management Capacity utilization  Cash Management  Customer service
  25. 25. Definition of Business IntelligenceAny tools enabling people to make better decisionsand thus improve their business processesExamples: • Decision support systems (DSS) • Executive information systems (EIS) • Reporting • Data mining • Early warning systems (robots)
  26. 26. Enabling Best Business Practices Customer BusinessCustomer Supplier’s EngineeringRequire- Reference Model Workbench ments Best Business Practices New Business New Concepts Technologies
  27. 27. Changes of Customer InformationPlease Accept my Change customernew order for 1000 master data more sets Customer Representative Launch Increase Workflow Schedule credit limit customer visit Prepare production Credit Manager Product Manager Sales Manager
  28. 28. The Integrated Supply Chain ControlFinance Capital Costs Profit/Loss Balance sheetProcurement Purchasing Production Sales. market Machines Operating resources Human resources Managing Resources
  29. 29. Process Automation and Lead Time Standard functions Pricing Allocation TransportATP Credit limit PickingEDI Sales order Delivery Billing EDI entry EDI EDI Scan Loadingentry Blocked note log list Workflow for exception handling, Trigger for mail, transactions, EDI
  30. 30. Go Ahead with ERP
  31. 31. Business Process Re-Engineering ( BPR)• In-depth study of existing systems/processes is required before ERP is considered.• This study brings out deficiencies of the existing system/process.• This study is called BPR• BPR attempts to re-structure and re-organize the human resources, functional areas, Man- Machine interfaces in the organization.• Hence BPR attempts to maximize productivity
  32. 32. Re-engineering• Study the current system & Processes• Design and develop new systems• Define Process, organization structure, procedures• Develop/Customize the software• Train people• Implement new system
  33. 33. ERP without Re-engineering• Advantages – No visible changes in Functionality – Users find it more acceptable – Can be completed within time frame. – Cost can be with in your control – Impact on Organization will be moderate• Disadvantages – Best Business practices would have been ignored – Stability of the system is known only in long run – May not achieve Corporate wide systems integration – New technologies have to be studied your self – Some functionality may be lost
  34. 34. Re-Engineering -a part Life with ERP!• Re-engineer process before going for ERP• Re-engineer during implementation of ERP• Re-engineer after implementing ERP• Continuous re-engineering through ERP
  35. 35. If It is a Big Change, don’t do it! If the Modifications are small and important to the business, you may customize and implement. If the proposed changes are more, discuss with all concerned . Else you may be going towards a dead-end!
  36. 36. The USA Principle• Understand, Simplify, Automate Simplify Automate Understand Processes the Existing by Process Practices Eliminating wasteDiagramming Eliminating EDIStory-boarding Combining ERPBrain storming Rearranging
  37. 37. ERP Selection• Check whether all functional aspects of your Business are covered• Check whether all the business functions and processes are integrated• Check whether all latest IT trends are covered• Check whether the vendor has customizing & implementing capabilities• Check the Service options available• Check your purse & calculate ROI
  38. 38. Prepare Base for ERP• Do not start without Management commitment• Allocate sufficient funds• Identify Core Project Team• Select specialists from all functional areas• Evaluate and select ERP package• Evaluate Implementation Partner• Make an Implementation Plan• Present plan to Management Committee for sanctions• Present plan to Employee groups for feedback/acceptability• Plan for User Training• Plan for Future upgrades
  39. 39. Define Requirements• Determine the hardware required• Analyze the existing Processes• Fine tune the processes to be in line with those of ERP defined• Analyze effect of system changes.• Prototype and present• Refine the prototype & freeze the specifications
  40. 40. ERP Implementation• Commitment from Management• Form a task force with personnel from all functional Areas• Take care of Hardware requirements• Step-by-step rather than big-bang introduction• Be patient. ERP implementation takes Time.
  41. 41. ERP Involves• Project Planning• Business & Operational Analysis, including Gap Analysis• Business Process Re-engineering (BPR)• Installation & Configuration• Project Team Training• Business Requirements Mapping to Software• Module Configuration• System Modification and Interfaces• Data Conversion• Custom Documentation• End User Training• Conference Room Pilot• Acceptance Testing• Production• Post-Implementation Audit/Support
  42. 42. Implementation Approach Phase Tasks Deliverables Detailed  Project Initialization  Accepted norms & Conditions Discussions  Evaluation of current processes,  Project Organization Chart business practices, requirements  Identify Work Teams  Set-Up Project Organization Design &  Map Organization Customization  Map Business Processes  Organization Structure  Define Functions and Processes  Design Specification  ERP S/w Configuration  Process Flow Diagrams  Build ERP System Modifications  Function Model  Configuration Recording  Systems Modification Implementation/  Create Go-Live Plan & DocumentationPrepare to Go Live  Integrate Applications  Testing Environment report  Test the ERP Customization  Customization Test Report  Train Users  Implementation Report Production/  Run Trial Production Go Live  Maintain systems  Reconciliation Reports  Conversion Plan Execution
  43. 43. Advantages Of ERP
  44. 44. Advantages Of ERP Package Highly Graphics based User Interface. Zero Down time/ planned down time. Readymade solutions for most of the Problems. Only Customization required. Integration of all functions ensured. ROI earlier than the software developed in-house. Easy enterprise wide information sharing. Suppliers and Customers can be on-line communication. Knowledge transfer between industries guarantees innovation. Automatic adaptation to new technology.
  45. 45. Decide - Make Or Buy !
  46. 46. In-house Development ERP packageProject Development takes time . Ready made Projects.Reinventing the wheel. Needs only customizationProcess specific to your industry Best Business practices followedare implementedDocumentation may not be present Documentation is part of systemEDI implementation modifications EDI Compatible. Universally acceptedto be taken care ofEnterprise implementation is The package itself is designed asdifficult as each unit follows Enterprise Package.different S/W optionLatest Developments to be studied Constant Updates on Technologyas and when they are introduced. and Processes assured
  47. 47. Embrace - New Technologies
  48. 48. Internet/Intranet enabled
  49. 49. Electronic Data Interchange TransportersBanks EDI Vendors Customs Retailers
  50. 50. Value Chain Management Demand Chain Management Supply Chain Management
  51. 51. Summary• Optimum utilization of resources• Customer satisfaction• Seamless integration between Functions• Reduced overheads & inventory• Timely responsiveness• Market share & image enhancement• Faster design to manufacturability• Keep up with technology changes• Only way for integrated systems for a client with multiple locations
  52. 52. Feel Free to contact us for any ERP related queryCorporate Office: Registered Office: 297- A 4-6, Menara Bangsar ,Plot No. 124, Kualalumpur, MalaysiaFunctional Industrial Estate,Patparganj, Delhi, India Pin - 529100Pin - 110092Tel: +91 11 2487892 | Mob.: +91- 9971800665 Tel: +601-968-69167

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