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  • 3/9/2010
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    ERP
  • Enterprise Resource Planningpresented by
    goutam Singh (Mba-I)
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    • Enterprise Resource Planning
    ERP covers the technique and concepts employed for the integrated management of business as a whole,
    ERP packages are integrated software packages that support the above ERP concepts.
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  • Is ERP for Everyone..
    • A business must analyze its own business strategy, organization, culture and operations before choosing an ERP approach.
    • A company may not be ready to implement ERP.
    • The company’s business processes may not be well defined or managed.
    • If a company is not prepared to make its processes more efficient, then it will not gain the benefits an ERP system can provide.
    Is ERP for Inflexible..
    • ERP software is designed around best practices, so companies are encouraged to adapt their processes to the way ERP software works.
    • With SAP, companies can customize the software by creating custom capabilities using its Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) language.
    • SAP is an open-source product, meaning that the customer has access to the software’s source code.
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    • Selection process of an ERP Package
    The Common Criteria for selection for a package:
    1.How best the package fits the requirement of the company.
    2. Provision for accommodating the changes in the system.
    3. Implementation and Post Implementation support from vendor.
    4. Reliability of Vendor.
    5. Change in Hardware and Skill requirement.
    6. Cost of the Package and Budget.
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    • Cost of ERP Implementation
    The following costs are to be considered:-
    ERP package cost.
    2. Consultant cost.
    3. Cost of Data conversion.
    4. Cost of training.
    5. Cost of testing.
    6. Cost of Post-Implementation support.
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    • Modules in an ERP Package
    • Finance Module
    • Manufacturing Module
    • Human Resources Module
    • Material Management Module
    • Sales and Distribution Module
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    • ERP LIFE CYCLE
    ERP lifecycle is in which highlights the different stages in implementation of an ERP.
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  • Pre-selection Process
    Package Evaluation
    Project Planning
    Reengineering
    Configuration
    Gap Analysis
    Implementation Team Training
    Testing
    End- user Training
    Going Live
    Post – implementation Phase
    ERP implementation Life Cycle
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    • Different phases of ERP
    Pre evaluation Screening
    Evaluation Package
    Project Planning
    GAP analysis
    Reengineering
    Team training
    Testing
    Post implementation
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    • Pre evaluation screening
    Decision for perfect package
    Number of ERP vendors
    Screening eliminates the packages that are not at all suitable for the company’s business processes.
    Selection is done on best few package available.
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  • Package Evaluation
    Package is selected on the basis of different parameter.
    Test and certify the package and also check the coordination with different department
    Selected package will determine the success or failure of the project.
    Package must be user friendly.
    Regular up gradation should available.
    Cost
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  • Project planning
    Designs the implementation process.
    Resources are identified.
    Implementation team is selected and task allocated.
    Special arrangement for contegencies.
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  • Gap analysis
    Most crucial phase.
    Process through which company can create a model of where they are standing now and where they want to go.
    Model help the company to cover the functional gap
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  • Re-engineering
    Implementation is going to involve a significant change in number of employees and their job responsibilities.
    Process become more automated and efficient.
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  • Team Training
    Takes place along with the process of implementation.
    Company trains its employees to implement and later, run the system.
    Employee become self sufficient to implement the software after the vendors and consultant have left.
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  • Testing
    This phase is performed to find the weak link so that it can be rectified before its implementation.
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  • Going Live
    The work is complete, data conversion is done, databases are up and running, the configuration is complete & testing is done.
    The system is officially proclaimed.
    Once the system is live the old system is removed
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  • End User Training
    The employee who is going to use the system are identified and trained.
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  • Post Implementation
    This is the maintenance phase.
    Employees who are trained enough to handle problems those crops up time to time.
    The post implementation will need a different set of roles and skills than those with less integrated kind of systems.
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  • The reason for accepting ERP System
    • Improved business performance through optimum resource utilization.
    • Reduction in manufacturing cycletime by integrated planning process.
    • Better support Customers in fast changing in market conditions.
    • Better Cost Control mechanism by way of accurate costing system.
    • Enhanced efficiency in control through feedback information and online access to accurate information.
    • Establishment of Decision Support System etc.
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  • conclusion
    An organization can get the maximum value of these inputs if it successfully adopts and effectively uses the system.
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