ERP : A MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVE

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ERP : A MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVE

  1. 1. ERP Requirement of Web-Based Core ERP for Small & Medium EnterprisesSmall & Medium Enterprises Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  2. 2. Management Objectives- Increased Sales. Improved Margins Reduced Losses due to RejectionsReduced Losses due to Rejections Faster recovery of Returns on Investment Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  3. 3. Challenges of Global Market Compulsions to work at Reduced Prices Demand of Improved Quality Reduced Lead timesReduced Lead times Requirement of On time dispatches. Scope for enhancements in all spheres of an organization. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  4. 4. Customer objectives and Management Objectives can be achieved only if - Customer satisfaction gets increased. Utilization of Materials,Machines and MenUtilization of Materials,Machines and Men gets increased Performance of employees gets improved Level of quality standards in all functional areas gets improved. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  5. 5. Deviations in Customer objectives and Management Objectives can be tracked only if ‘ICEBERG’ monitoring is done. •Rework •Claims •Rework •Claims • Excessive use of material • Inadequate resource utilization • Cost of re-inspection • Cost of resolving customer problems • Lost customers / Goodwill Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  6. 6. Demand On Industry Aggressive cost control initiatives. Need to analyze costs/revenues on Product/Customer basis. More Informed Management DecisionMore Informed Management Decision making. Timely execution of processes. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  7. 7. What holds you back? Difficulties in getting timely and accurate information Difficulties in retrieving past historic data to support decision making.support decision making. Misinterpretation of data due to lack of relevant information from other functions. Time consuming data recording methods Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  8. 8. What is solution? - Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  9. 9. What is ERP Enterprise Resource Planning ERP is software solution which addresses the information needs of the organization by integrating relevant functions of anby integrating relevant functions of an enterprise. The need arises as it’s controls all processes of an organization in a systematic way. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  10. 10. Sales Planning Purchase Stores Manuf. Utility Design HR ERP holds the key !! Account Purchase Stores EDP Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  11. 11. Features of ERP Designed by Experts in Manufacturing and systems fields. Readymade solutions for most of the functionalReadymade solutions for most of the functional areas. Integration of all functions already established. Functionally working across various industries. Will be redesigned as web based application. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  12. 12. Subsystems of ERP Sales Purchase StoresStores Accounts Planning & Production Quality Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  13. 13. Requirement for ERP implementation Commitment from HODs. Forming a task force with personnel from concerned functional areas.from concerned functional areas. Problem solving approach from End user. Systematic plan for Implementation. Patience for Results. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  14. 14. Implementation Approach Understanding existing business processes. Mapping the existing business processes with ERP functionalities. Finalizing Screen designs and softwareFinalizing Screen designs and software specifications. Software design and testing. Training to End User. Implementation of ERP. Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey
  15. 15. Thank You ! kamleshwar12@sify.com Contributed By : Kamleshwar Pandey

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