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Enterprises resource planning

  1. 1. Enterprises Resource planning
  2. 2. What is an ERP System Simplistic Definition ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning Detailed Definition “a business strategy and set of industry-domain- specific applications that build customer and shareholder communities value network system by enabling and optimising enterprise and inter- enterprise collaborative operational and financial processes”
  3. 3. Objective of The Software  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.  To have a fully harmonised online system, which can integrate with Back Office  To introduce proper systems and processes which will not be man dependent
  4. 4. Key characteristics  Integration is key to ERP  ERP packages  Best practices  Evolving  Some assembly required
  5. 5. Advantages  Improved access to Data for operational decision making  Elimination of costly , inflexible legacy system  Upgrade of Technology infrastructure
  6. 6. Tech Stack - Internet Computing Architecture 2 Tier Application Application Application Application X 3 Tier Database Application Application Browser Java Application Server Browser
  7. 7. Production and supply chain management Sales and operational level Demand management Detailed scheduling Material requirement planning Purchasing Production
  8. 8. Production and supply chain management 1. Customer Relationship management 2. Sales ordering
  9. 9. Financial and managerial accounting
  10. 10. Why implement an ERP System?  To support business goals  Integrated, on-line, secure, self-service processes for business  Eliminate costly mainframe/fragmented technologies  Improved Integration of Systems and Processes  Lower Costs  Empower Employees  Enable Partners, Customers and Suppliers
  11. 11. How should we implement ERP systems Obtain the right mix of people, processes and technology!!
  12. 12. Different phases of ERP  Pre evaluation Screening  Evaluation Package  Project Planning  GAP analysis  Reengineering  Team training  Testing  Post implementation
  13. 13. Pre-selection Process Package Evaluation Project Planning Gap Analysis Reengineering Configuration Implementation Testing End- user Training Team Training Going Live Post – implementation Phase ERP implementation Life Cycle
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. What is that ERP enables ?  Systematic Look into your Systems & procedures  Optimizing the processes  Enables you to adapt yourself to new technologies  Discipline across the functions
  17. 17. Subsystems of ERP  Store and purchase  Raw Materials  Payroll and HRD  Production Planning and scheduling  Financial Accounting  Sales and dispatch  Export process  Marketing  Customer Relationship  Inter office communication  Event Tracking  Inter office data synchronization  Engineering & Maintenance
  18. 18. ERP cycle
  19. 19. Advantages of an ERP Package? 1. Highly Graphics based User Interface. 2. Readymade solutions for most of the Problems. 3. Integration of all functions ensured. 4. Easy enterprise wide information sharing. 5. Suppliers and Customers can be on-line communication. 6. Knowledge transfer between industries guarantees innovation.
  20. 20. Advantages continue 8. Automatic adaptation to new technology. 9. Sales and distribution 10. Purchases 11. Manufacturing 12. Improved access to Data for operational decision making 13. Elimination of costly , inflexible legacy system 14. Upgrade of Technology infrastructure
  21. 21. Disadvantages  Expensive and time consuming in implementation  Difficulty implementing change  Difficult integrating with other system  Risk of implementation Failures
  22. 22. Authorization and Security  User / Password level authentication  User wise activity permission  Tracking of changes made by users  Facility of authorization/approval of transaction  Restriction in modifying the transaction after approval is done
  23. 23. Management Information  Online follow ups and status information for various activities  Consumption mismatch  Budgeting and control
  24. 24. Special Features  Remote authorization/approval  Online remote connection  Through e-mail  Through file transfer
  25. 25. Web Notes ERP  Web based ERP which is offered by Web Notes Pvt. Ltd.
  26. 26. Advantages • General • 100% Web based • SMS Integration • Email, print, excel export • Role based permissions • Report Builder • To Do List • Reminders • Calendar
  27. 27. CRM screen Shot
  28. 28. SRM screen shot
  29. 29. Screen shot of Financial Accounting
  30. 30. Balance Sheet screen shot
  31. 31. Material management screen shot
  32. 32. 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

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